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Garden Walls, Farmbuilding and Smithy to North and East of Ulnaby Hall, High Coniscliffe

Description: Garden Walls, Farmbuilding and Smithy to North and East of Ulnaby Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 16 July 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 110851

OS Grid Reference: NZ2269017217
OS Grid Coordinates: 422690, 517217
Latitude/Longitude: 54.5497, -1.6507

Location: B6279, High Coniscliffe, Darlington DL2 2LT

Locality: High Coniscliffe
County: Darlington
Country: England
Postcode: DL2 2LT

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Listing Text

(East side, off)
5/129 Garden walls,
farmbuilding and
smithy to north
and east of
Ulnaby Hall
Garden walls, farmbuilding and attached smithy. Probably C17 walls and mid C19
farmbuildings. Coursed rubble walls. Smithy has pantiled roof; farmbuilding
has roof of concrete ridged tiles. Walls enclose 3 sides of paddock with
farmbuilding enclosing south side. Smithy at right-angles on west end of
Short, partly rebuilt L-plan section, with rubble coping, 10 metres north of
house. Tall wall, with triangular coping stones, then runs east for 35 metres
and south for 35 metres and joins a single-storey farmbuilding which encloses
south side of paddock.
Farmbuilding has altered openings and roof hipped over east end. Smithy has
boarded door, partly-glazed hit-and-miss window and end stacks.
Farmbuildings on south side of smithy and on single-storey range are altered
and not of special interest.
Included for group value.

Listing NGR: NZ2269017217

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Source: English Heritage

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