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Description: Farmbuildings Adjacent to Stable Block, and Attached Roadside Wall
Date Listed: 18 June 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 240594
OS Grid Reference: NY9443560794
OS Grid Coordinates: 394435, 560794
Latitude/Longitude: 54.9418, -2.0884
HEXHAMSHIRE LOW QUARTER NEWBIGGIN
NY 96 SW
2/224 to stable block, and
attached roadside wall.
Planned farmbuildings with mill, early C19. Rubble with tooled-and-margined
quoins and dressings, except for squared-stone road front of mill and brick
infill of single-storey range; slate roofs. Buildings around rectangular
yard open to east; adjacent stable block (q.v.) to rear of south range, at
higher level; mill projects to rear of west range.
South range 2 storeys, 6 bays; boarded doors with 7- or 14-pane overlights
and scattered fenestration, roof hipped to left. Single-storey extension to
far left is pent cartshed with cast iron columns; right part,infilled with
brick , has vertical-panelled door under Gothick fanlight and flanking 24-
pane casements, all under pointed arches. Double doors to right and left.
West range has doors with 12-pane Yorkshire sash between. North range
2 storeys, 7 bays; central stable door under 14-pamoverlight flanked by
arcades with timber lintels (left) or segmental arches (right); part-
slatted windows above. Roof hipped to right.
Rear elevation of west range, to road, shows projecting twin-gabled mill
with 2 doors and pitching doors over. Attached wall to right with gable coping,
ramped down and then ramped up to link with gate lodge (q.v.), door near
Most doors vertically-panelled.
Listing NGR: NY9443560794
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Source: English Heritage
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