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Sandhoe Hall, Sandhoe

Description: Sandhoe Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 15 April 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 240078

OS Grid Reference: NY9692366238
OS Grid Coordinates: 396923, 566238
Latitude/Longitude: 54.9907, -2.0496

Location: Sandhoe, Northumberland NE46 4LU

Locality: Sandhoe
County: Northumberland
Country: England
Postcode: NE46 4LU

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Listing Text

NY 96 NE (South side)

5/319 Sandhoe Hall
(previously listed as
15.4.69 Sandhoe House)


Country house. 1850 by John Dobson for Sir Rowland Errington, incorporating
part of earlier house. Squared stone with ashlar dressings; graduated Welsh
slate roofs. Irregular L-plan of main block and long north-west domestic wing.

Main south front 2 storeys and attics, four wide bays, the first and third
gabled. In third bay 6 steps to French doors in a one-storey projection with
canted corners and pierced parapet; 3 close-set windows above. Right bay has
2 windows, the others one; 2- and 4-light casements, those on ground-floor with
pointed-arched lights, those above mostly under hoodmoulds. Slit windows in
gables and a half-dormer in second bay. Plinth; string below coped parapet
with ball and spike finials. Coped gables; stacks with conjoined hexagonal
shafts. Left return shows 2-stage oriel above pointed-arched door; and 3-
storey service wing (possibly incorporating older masonry) with dormers and
sash windows, projecting on left. East entrance front 4 bays, the left two
gabled. One-storey porch, with arcaded sides and elaborately-shaped gable,
projects from first bay. Second gable is also shaped. Sashes and casements
in raised surrounds and an oculus between the 2 right first-floor windows.
Plain eaves; coped right gable and ridge stacks.

Interior: Drawing Room with rich plaster ceiling and heraldic stained glass;
similar glass in porch. closed well stair with segmental vault and ornamental

There appear to be at least 3 building phases in the house, although none later
than 1860 when the 25" : 1 mile O.S. map shows the present plan. Earlier
estate maps suggest that the north-west wing is part of an older house, remodelled
in the mid-C19.

Listing NGR: NY9692366238

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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