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Dockray Hall, Penrith

Dockray Hall is located on Great Dockray in Penrith. The Hall dates from c.1470, but most of the building seen today dates from the late 16th century. It was the traditional home of Duke of Gloucester (later King Richard III). Dockray Hall is Grade I listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Penrith Historic Buildings and Monuments in Penrith Grade I Listed
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Dockray Hall, Penrith

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Dockray Hall

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DOCKRAY HALL - Penrith - List Entry
- Circa 1470, but now mainly late C16. Traditional home of Duke of Gloucester (late Richard III). Red sandstone with painted stucco front, 2 storeys. Wide yard entry and 3 bay …

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List number: 1312065
Post code: CA11 7DE
County: Cumbria
List grade: I
Grid ref: NY5148830045


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