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Whitestaunton Manor

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Whitestaunton Manor in the village of Whitestaunton, Somerset, England was built in the 15th century as a Hall house and has been designated as a Grade I listed building. It consists of an east–west range with two wings which were added later. The first record of the house dates from 1479 with dendrochronology showing roof timbers dating from 1447 to 1492. It has been altered and expanded several times since, including a major expansion in the 1570s. The stables and coach house were built in the 16th century and are now Grade II listed. Excavations carried out in 1882, when the house was owned by Charles Elton, had identified a building, thought to be a Roman villa, which had been incorporated into the grounds, and designated as a Scheduled monument. In 2003 archaeological television programme Time Team carried out an excavation in the grounds, which discovered a Roman bath house. During restoration work, between 2000 and 2011, a Hammerbeam roof was discovered above a Georgian ceili
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