Location within Somerset
|Town or city||Spaxton|
The tall house in the centre of the building dates from the 15th century, however this was extended in the 16th century, with further additions and renovations in the 17th and 19th centuries. Many of the original roof timbers survive. It was originally surrounded by a moat.
In World War II the house was used by the War Department and afterwards became a kindergarten. It was later used as a farmhouse and farm outbuildings can be found to the rear. The house remains a private dwelling and centre of a working farm.
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