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IoE Number: 314558
Location: BROWN'S FOLLY, BATHFORD HILL (north side)
Photographer: N/A
Date Photographed: N/A
Date listed: 14 June 1988
Date of last amendment: 14 June 1988
Grade II

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ST 76 NEMONKTON FARLEIGHBATHFORD HILL(north side)1/112Brown's Folly

ST 76 NE MONKTON FARLEIGH BATHFORD HILL (north side) 1/112 Brown's Folly II Partly in Bathford C.P., Avon. Folly. 1848 by Mr. Wade Brown. Coursed rubble stone with shallow hipped Welsh slate roof. Tapered square tower with offset top stage. Square-headed doorway with C20 steel door on south side, datestone inscribed W 1848 B/ C 1903 H, oculus below top stage on north, east and south sides. Top stage has round-arched openings with keystones and balustraded handrails, the balustrading missing on north and west sides. Roof on deep bracketed eaves with chamfered stone cornice below. Built as an eyecatcher, reputedly to use agricultural labour during a slack time, commands fine views over Bath and the Avon valley, Wade Brown lived at Monkton Farleigh Manor House (q.v.) in 1840s.

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