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Description: Garden Folly South East of Nabb's House at Junction with Nabbs Way
Date Listed: 3 November 1980
English Heritage Building ID: 210597
OS Grid Reference: SD7812914065
OS Grid Coordinates: 378129, 414065
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6227, -2.3321
SD 71 SE BRANDLESHOLME ROAD
Garden folly south-
east of Nabb's House,
at junction with Nabb's
Probably c.1835. Stone. Sited at the apex of the triangular garden, terminating
the short vista from the house and backing on Brandlesholme Road and the converging,
minor, Nabb's Way. Gothic in style, having the character of miniature castle on the
rear, road sides and that of bare ruined choir on the front facing the house. Front
symmetrically arcaded with narrow Gothic arches. Twin circular turrets behind. Rus-
ticated walls of one-storey height to three sides of rectangular rear, with various
pseudo-primitive carved heads and figures. Miniature arcaded covered way extends
from left side along Nabb's Way and path. Of similar character to Tottington Dungeon.
Listing NGR: SD7812914065
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Source: English Heritage
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