Betchton Hall

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Betchton Hall is a country house in the parish of Betchton, Cheshire, England. It was originally a timber-framed house, and was substantially rebuilt in brick in the 18th century for Richard Jackson, prebendary of Chester. In the early years of the following century it was extended for Richard Galley. The house is in two storeys. The southeast front is in seven bays that include a round-headed doorway. The southwest front has three bays, and contains Venetian windows.



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Cheshire East, North West England, England, United Kingdom osm

County Cheshire East
Region England
Country United Kingdom