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Late medieval hall-house in a picturesque village

This medieval hall-house was built in 1308 for the parish priest of the church opposite, and has been little altered since the early 17th century.

Interesting features include the Gothic doorway, magnificent double-height tracery windows and a massive 15th-century stone fireplace.

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