Stokes Hall Great House Development Proposal


Jamaica National Heritage Trust - Jamaica - Stokes Hall Great House Development ProposalErected circa 1680, soon after the British took control of the island from the Spanish, the house had walls approximately 2 feet thick with several loopholes from which to fire small cannon and muskets. At the corner of the main buildings were towers almost thirty feet high which served as lookouts for miles around. It was also a comfortable family home with large bedrooms and all the conveniences.

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  • Name: Stokes Hall Great House Development Proposal
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  • Address: 79 Duke Street 
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