It covered a low hill and was expanded as the Brandybuck family grew. By the time of the War of the Ring, the hall had "three large front-doors, many side-doors, and about a hundred windows." The Gaffer referred to it as "a regular warren." It was Frodo Baggins' childhood home before he was taken in by his uncle Bilbo Baggins.
The head of that family was called the Master of the Hall or Master of Buckland, and his authority was acknowledged throughout Buckland.
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