Southwick Court is a grade II* listed moated medieval manor house situated in the centre of a system of fields and water meadows that lie between the town of Trowbridge and the village of Southwick in Wiltshire. It has remained a private residence under a succession of different owners for at least 800 years. The current house dates back to the late 16th century, but its gatehouse is late 15th century. Both were built on the site of an even older manor house, dating back to the 13th century or before. Nothing remains of the original house, though the current building sits within the same footprint.
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