Cirencester Park

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Historic mansion in Cirencester. House and attached offices. c1714-1718, probably incorporating parts of late C16 house, alterations and additions of 1830 by Sir Robert Smirke. Limestone ashlar to east front, render to west front, attached offices coursed limestone rubble; Welsh slate double-pile hipped roof, hipped to left only on east front, hipped roof to 1830 wing, Welsh slate roof to offices; 12 ashlar stacks with moulded tops to left- and right-ends and on ridges of main range and 1830 wing, 2 similar ridge stacks to offices.

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