|Date Started||September 29, 2014|
|Date Completed||September 29, 2014|
Appleton is a medium-sized town near the source of the Cockleswent in the Reach. House Appleton resides in a small keep overlooking the river and its smaller unnamed tributary. Little is mentioned of House Appleton, but their semi-canon sigil contains an apple tree on yellow, a grey gatehouse on white, quarterly.
Despite it's proximity to the foothills of the Dornish Marches, this area is very agriculturally productive. In addition to apples, Appleton exports a fair amount of other fruit from its numerous orchards, including cherries, apricots, and plums.
Additionally, its wheat, beans, and iron exports, while not famed, are not insubstantial!
Started September 29, 2014, completed January 21, 2015. Originally constructed in February 2013 as a personal project by BimJeam4, Appleton was rebuilt by Lorddyvim to be a more prominent site in the Reach, despite its lack of canon influence. Meanwhile Camden was built by Summerfair at around the same time.
Old Appleton by BimJeam4
Considering that Appleton is little mentioned in the books, it is assumed they are not very prominent. Being that the sigil contains a prominent grey gatehouse, primary inspiration for the keep was based on Stirling Castle, with influences also by Boldt Castle.
Appleton was featured in Episode 44 of WesterosCraft Walks. DutchGuard begins near one of the sources of the Cockleswent, explores the town and keep, and finishes on the roof in the lord's chambers by the rooftop apple tree.