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English: Holme Hall (or The Holme) is a Grade II* listed ruined manor house near Burnley, in Lancashire, United Kingdom. The house dates back to at least the 15th century, was rebuilt in the 17th century, and extended in 1854. Between 1985 and 2003 it was used as a retirement home. The structure was devastated by an arson attack in 2004 and is currently awaiting redevelopment into flats. (→Holme Hall, Cliviger)
Object location53° 45′ 06.12″ N, 2° 11′ 10″ W Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth - Proximityramainfo Edit coordinates on Wikidata
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Holme Hall, Cliviger 
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Instance of English country house
LocationCliviger, Borough of Burnley, Lancashire, North West England, England, UK
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  • 1717
53° 45′ 06.12″ N, 2° 11′ 09.96″ W
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Holme Hall, Cliviger (en) Engels landhuis in het Verenigd Koninkrijk (nl) The Holme (en)