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Barn Ranges at Laverick Hall, West Boldon

Description: Barn Ranges at Laverick Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 26 February 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 303719

OS Grid Reference: NZ3152461270
OS Grid Coordinates: 431524, 561270
Latitude/Longitude: 54.9451, -1.5094

Location: Newcastle Road, South Tyneside NE10 8YN

Locality: West Boldon
County: South Tyneside
Country: England
Postcode: NE10 8YN

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Listing Text


2/59 Barn ranges at Laverick


U-shaped ranges formerly barn, stables, granary, coach-houses and some living
accommodation. C18 with alterations. Stone rubble with quoins, brick and stone
dressings. High-pitched roofs part pantile, part renewed in French claytiles.
2 storeys. West range blank but for modern sliding door and 2 small windows;
Dutch doors on rear face. North range has a gable at each end with large filled
brick roundels, possibly pitching eyes, in gable peaks; modern first floor windows
with glazing bars; at left a modern garage door; the main block holds 3 elliptical-
arched gauged brick carriage entrances with key and impost blocks and boarded
doors; modern wrought iron gates to courtyard entrance with wooden lintels,
and 4 small doors to the right. East range has boarded loading doors first
floor right, 3 C19 fixed lights below, and a large elliptical-arched courtyard
entrance. In the courtyard a modern gallery of wood runs, at first floor, along
the north range; the ground floor is open, with pillars of wood supporting the
first floor on double corbels.

Listing NGR: NZ3152461270

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Source: English Heritage

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