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Casterton Grange


'The Grange' is a large house, set back of the A638 road, a short distance north of Casterton. It was built in 1848 on lands owned by the Carus-Wilson family for the Reverend David Barclay-Bevan, who married the daughter of William Carus-Wilson.[1] The building was designed by Ewan Christian, architech of The National Portrai Gallery and several churches and cathedrals. The building was restored in the 2000's, sympathetic to it's original design. It is now used as a venue for weddings and other events.[2]

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The Grange, Casterton

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The Grange, Casterton

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Casterton Grange
- Website of Casterton Grange - "....The Casterton Grange Estate, designed by iconic 19th Century architect Ewan Christian boasts a history steeped in English tradition. In recent years, this unique house has ...

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County: Cumbria
Post code: LA6 2LD
Grid ref: SD622801

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