The Round House was more properly known as Brogborough Park Farmhouse and was listed as Grade II, of special interest. After World War Two the Round House was purchased by London Brick Company as a hostel for immigrant workers. During the 1980s the house became derelict and was put up for sale in 1983. Ten years later it was gutted by fire.
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