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  • Reason for inclusion: The candidate for Charlington Hall.

    Accessibility: Private Residence and working farm estate.

    Description: Originally built and landscaped in 1766.

    Comments: The mysterious cyclist who follows Violet Smith starts his journeys from here. The Hall is tenanted by the unfrocked clergyman Williamson, who has Woodley as one of his guests, and is the scene for the climax of the story. One of the approaches to the hall matches Watson’s description of ‘each side-pillar surmounted by mouldering heraldic emblems’. Agreed by all experts (Catherine Cooke, Bernard Davies and Geoffrey Stavert) as Charlington Hall given its proximity to Charlington Heath.

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