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Haughton Castle, UK. It Was Built Originally in the 13th Century As a Tower House and Enlarged and Fortified in the 14th Century. By the 16th Century the Castle Fell Into Disrepair and Ruin and It Was Attacked by Border Reivers. A Survey of 1541 Reported the Roof and Floors to Be Decayed and Gone. The Property Was Acquired by the Smith Family in About 1640, But in 1715 a Further Survey Stated the Building to Be Ruinous.-Significant Alterations Were Carried Out for the Smiths Between 1816 and 1845, Latterly by Architect John Dobson to Convert the Ruin Into a Substantial Mansion. The Crawshaw Family Came Into Possession in 1862 and a West Wing Was Added for Them by Anthony Salvin in 1876. Part of the Castle Served As a Hospital During the Second World War. It is Now an Oblong Tower House and One of the Best Preserved Hall Houses in the North of England.
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