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Description: Walls, Gate Piers and Gates to North of Egglestone Hall
Date Listed: 26 November 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 111807
OS Grid Reference: NY9979423467
OS Grid Coordinates: 399794, 523467
Latitude/Longitude: 54.6064, -2.0047
EGGLESTON B6281(North side
25/6 Walls, gate piers
and gates to North
of Eggleston Hall
Garden wall, with 2 piers, gate and short wall at entrance to churchyard.
Probably late C18 for Timothy Hutchinson. Coursed squared rubble with ashlar
dressings and piers; wrought iron gates. Wall c. 3 metres high, battered and
with inward-tilted flat stone coping, forms boundary along north and west sides
of irregularly-shaped garden. Flat stone lintels over 3 boarded doors, one at
west and 2 at north.
Churchyard entrance, at right-angles to south end of west wall: 2 banded domed
piers, the westernmost with 4-metres-long curved wall, c. one metre high,
attached. Gates have spike-headed uprights and urn finials.
The churchyard was described as being within Timothy Hutchinson's botanic
garden. Source: Mackenzie and Ross Historical, Topographical and Descriptive
View of Durham Vol. I:1834 p. 255.
Listing NGR: NY9979423467
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Source: English Heritage
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