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Latitude: 54.8456 / 54°50'44"N
Longitude: -2.4666 / 2°27'59"W
OS Eastings: 370134
OS Northings: 550188
OS Grid: NY701501
Mapcode National: GBR CD6D.SS
Mapcode Global: WH91N.2GPM
Entry Name: Low Row, the Southern of the Two Former Houses
Listing Date: 23 August 1985
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1042920
English Heritage Legacy ID: 240252
Location: Knaresdale with Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, CA9
Civil Parish: Knaresdale with Kirkhaugh
Traditional County: Northumberland
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Northumberland
Church of England Parish: Alston Moor
Church of England Diocese: Newcastle
NY 75 SW KNARESDALE WITH KIRKHAUGH
13/133 Low Row, the southern
of the two former houses
House, now byre. Late C17 altered probably in 2nd quarter of C18. Rubble
with stone dressings, stone slate roof. 3 storeys, 2 wide bays. Off-centre
inserted doorway with overlight between former 2-light chamfered mullioned
windows, now blocked. 3-light chamfered mullioned window with old iron bars,
and single-light window in chamfered surround, to 1st floor. 2nd floor has
2 single-light windows in chamfered surrounds. The 3-light window and the 2nd
floor windows have horizontally-tooled dressings. Left return shows central
ground floor door with chamfered surround, with corbels above for former
projecting stack. Rear elevation shows central boarded door at 1st floor
level with chamfered surround,and chamfer-surround window to left, both with
horizontally-tooled dressings. Inserted door to right. Interior; original
ground-floor doorway in south wall, now opening into adjacent barn, has
chamfered surround and drawbar tunnel. 1st floor has been of stone flags
carried on transverse beams, and has C18 fireplaces against end walls.
The house shows some bastle-like features but has relatively thin walls,c.f.
Bunkershill and Windy Hall near Alston. (Ramm, McDowall & Mercer,'Shielings
and Bastles' HMSO 1970, 74-5). The relatively large ground-floor windows
suggest an early basement function other than as a byre.
Listing NGR: NY7013450188
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