The tower house in Angle was built in the fourteenth century, perhaps by the Sherborne family, although this information is not confirmed. Later, the tower was used as a dwelling for the rector of the village.
The tower was erected on a square-like plan with walls up to 4.5 meters long and over 9 meters high. It had a barrel vaulted ground floor of a pantry function and three residential floors, each with a single chamber with internal dimensions of 3.6 x 3.6 meters. The floors were heated by fireplaces, and on the first floor there was also a latrine, at the eastern wall, in an overhung projection. All floors were covered with flat, wooden ceilings. The communication between them was provided by a spiral staircase located in the corner of the tower, in the protruding rounded wall. Originally, the tower house was surrounded by a moat, and the entrance led through a small drawbridge to the level of the first floor. Defense was also provided by battlement and machicolation crowning the top of the building.
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