Seaward House
Despite looking like Fawlty Towers this old house was built in 1721 and still contains many of its original features.  The
front bay windows seem to have been added on in more recent times but much of its original plan remains in situ.  The
building was also used as a
boarding school for young boys in 1872 and continued to be so until the 1920's.  Seaward
house is probably named after its view pointing across the water to Wales and is noted as a building of historical interest
in Parkgate.    
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