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Garden Wall 70 Metres North East of Longhirst Hall and Outbuildings, Longhirst

Description: Garden Wall 70 Metres North East of Longhirst Hall and Outbuildings

Grade: II
Date Listed: 27 September 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 238165

OS Grid Reference: NZ2246889094
OS Grid Coordinates: 422468, 589094
Latitude/Longitude: 55.1956, -1.6486

Location: Longhirst Village, Longhirst, Northumberland NE61 3LL

Locality: Longhirst
County: Northumberland
Country: England
Postcode: NE61 3LL

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Listing Text

NZ 2289
Garden Wall 70 metres north-
10/22 east of Longhirst Hall and
27.9.85 outbuildings
Garden walls and outbuildings, c.1825. Wall brick on ashlar plinth, external
face brick on east and squared tooled stone on north; outbuildings tooled-and-
margined stone with slate roofs. Tall wall, with flat stone coping, runs
from pier with moulded stone finial, just south of north-west corner of garden,
along north and east sides of garden, stepping uphill on north; northern
angles rounded. Boarded doors with alternating-block surrounds on north and

North external face has pair of attached pent outbuildings. These have
panelled doors and sash windows. C20 shed to west not of interest; further
west blocked heating ducts in wall and, attached to terminal pier, cartshed
with twin entrances divided by stone pier. Glasshouses (q.v.) attached to
internal face of north wall.
Altered stable block to south-east is not of interest.

Listing NGR: NZ2246889094

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Source: English Heritage

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