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  • Reason for inclusion: a possible candidate for Baskerville Hall, the ancestral home of Sir Henry Baskerville

    Accessibility: Cannot be visited due to being in a dangerous state of collapse and being in the grounds of an active farm

    Description: Now a ruin but the main building took the form of a central block originally dating from 1537 , two large wings built between 1792 and 1865, two towers, crenellations, mullioned windows and a porch. All surrounded by parkland and a water garden. The 17th century stable block was built around a courtyard, which may also have been the location of the kennels for a pack of hounds used for fox and deer hunting.

    Comments: Stated by Philip Weller as being possibly the best Devonshire candidate for Baskerville Hall in terms of external appearance. But it is situated well away from the moor. The house was owned by the family of the wife of Richard Cabell

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