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The west and south façades of Appuldurcombe House

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The west and south façades of Appuldurcombe House

Caption - Appuldurcombe began as a priory in 1100. It became a convent, then the home of the Leigh family. From there, the site came into the ownership of the Worsleys. The present house was started in 1702, replacing the Tudor mansion. The architect was John James.

Walk 2350 : Appuldurcombe Circular

Photographer : Ian Capper

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