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Number 76 Incorporating Number 74, Darlington

Description: Number 76 Incorporating Number 74

Grade: II
Date Listed: 6 September 1977
English Heritage Building ID: 110564

OS Grid Reference: NZ2717515573
OS Grid Coordinates: 427175, 515573
Latitude/Longitude: 54.5347, -1.5815

Location: Hillgarth, Darlington DL3 9EG

Locality: Darlington
County: Darlington
Country: England
Postcode: DL3 9EG

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Listing Text

1. (North Side)
No 76 incorporating No 74
NZ 2715 1/272


Substantial 2-storey C18 farmhouse of 2 wide bays, renovated and with a rear span
added in early C19. Rear span projects to east of main house and has one sash
window with glazing bars in the corner. Old house is of rubble stone, now rendered,
the rear span of local pinkish brick. Pantiled roofs with end chimneys, the old
roof very steeply pitched and with swept eaves. Renewed sash windows in near-flush
box frames on 1st floor. Ground floor 2 early C19 rounded bows having reeded pilasters
with medallions in heads, entablatures and flat, leaded roofs. Replaced central
6-panel door, top glazed, has oblong fanlight with margin lights. Internal fittings
and woodwork early C19 including elliptical hall arch with reeded pilasters and
carved spandrels; and a pretty staircase whose spiral rail end has a central column
newel. Enriched drawing-room doorcase and door with fine brass lock and ringer

Listing NGR: NZ2717515573

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Source: English Heritage

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