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

    Accessibility: Strictly private residence but a limited view can be obtained over the hedge from the lane which leads from the entrance gate of Hayford Hall to Ludgate, and a good view of its location can be seen from Pupers Hill

    Description: A large block-like building with crenallations and a central tower as well as an old yew alley leading out onto the moor. Transformed from a modest farmhouse of 162 acres into a gentleman’s residence and hunting lodge by the addition of three wings 1817-1838

    Comments: Meets the locational requirements of the story- in a hollow, surrounded by trees, with an old yew alley that runs directly onto the high Moor, a large gateway and a tunnel like driveway through the trees. But internal construction is different from Baskerville Hall. Rented by one of the Guggenheim heiresses whose lover chose the house as he was called Holmes

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