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Casterton Hall


Casterton Hall is located in woodland by the River Lune at the south-west of Casterton. It is a neo-classical style country house built in 1811, thought to have been designed by John Webb. It was built for the Carus-Wilson family, who also owned the older hall at Low Casterton.[1] Today, the hall is divided into 3 separate residences.[2] Casterton Hall is Grade II* listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Casterton Grade II* Listed Historic Buildings and Monuments in Casterton Civil Parish Private Residence
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Casterton Hall

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South facade, Casterton Hall

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Casterton Hall

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Casterton Park

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Casterton Hall, East Wing, The Mews (includes the orangery)
- "House, now three houses. Early C19. Ashlar, the service wing of stone rubble, and hipped slate roofs. South facade of two storeys and five bays with single-storey 5-bay former orangery ...

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List number: 1335933
List grade: 2*
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD6195379398

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