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Carlton Hall: The Garden Front

Extract from Pevsner (Nottinghamshire, p94): Carlton Hall, nearly opposite the church. Large and completely of brick. According to the Architectural Publications Society Dictionary by John Johnson of Leicester, but Joseph Pocklington, the Newark Banker for whom it was built, was an amateur architect himself. To the road, five-bay, two and a half storey centre, dated 1765, with two full height cant…