Hadlow castle is a 19th century neo-gothic castle located in
Walter May, who died in 1823, erected the very ornate Gothic building, which he
called Walter Hadlow Court Castle. Barton May added the "costly appendages and embellishments" to
The tower was used as a watchtower during World War II, by the Royal Observer
After Barton May’s death, the estate was split up and in 1952, the Castle, being
impossible for modern living, was sold for demolition.
May's 1840 tower, along with some courtyard buildings, has outlived his 1830
Gothic-revival house, and it is currently scheduled for renovation.
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Hadlow Castle is located in Hadlow, Kent TN11,
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Hadlow Castle 1838