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Description: Walls on East and West Sides of Kitchen Gardens, with Linking Wall Between
Date Listed: 29 October 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 331804
OS Grid Reference: SE3493667177
OS Grid Coordinates: 434936, 467177
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0993, -1.4672
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The following amendments should be made to the entru for the Walls on east and west sides
of kitchen gardens, with linking wall between (Item 1+2/47):-
Lines 4, 5 and 6 of the list description should be amended to read:-
'100 metres long, the linking wall approximately 200 metres long. The link wall is now
pierced in the middle by a double gateway, the west wall by a similar gateway at north
end and a narrower gate at south end, the east wall with similar openings. All have
pilasters acting as'.....
SE 36 NW NEWBY WITH MULWITH NEWBY PARK
SE 36 NE
1/47 Walls on east and west
2/47 sides of kitchen gardens,
with linking wall
Kitchen garden walls. Late C18 possibly by William Belwood, for William
Weddell, restored mid C20. Red brick with rusticated ashlar piers and
copings. H-plan. Up to 4 metres high, the north-south walls approximately
100 metres long, the linking wall approximately 200 metres long. The west
wall is pierced by double gateway at north end and a narrower gate at south
end, the east wall with similar openings. All have pilasters acting as
buttresses, built in ashlar. William Belwood provided plans for a hothouse
and hot walls at Newby in c1777; these surviving walls are probably part of
that scheme. J Low, "William Belwood, Architect Surveyor", Yorkshire
Archaeological Journal, 56, 1984, p 139.
Listing NGR: SE3493667177
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Source: English Heritage
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