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Latitude: 55.4535 / 55°27'12"N
Longitude: -1.5951 / 1°35'42"W
OS Eastings: 425709
OS Northings: 617816
OS Grid: NU257178
Mapcode National: GBR K59C.GW
Mapcode Global: WHC1F.G6P2
Entry Name: Long Row
Listing Date: 31 December 1969
Last Amended: 1 September 1988
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1303986
English Heritage Legacy ID: 237028
Location: Longhoughton, Northumberland, NE66
Civil Parish: Longhoughton
Traditional County: Northumberland
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Northumberland
Church of England Parish: Howick St Michael and All Angels
Church of England Diocese: Newcastle
NU 2517 LONGHOUGHTON HOWICK VILLAGE
17/137 Long Row
31.12.69 (Nos. 1 - 6
as Nos. 1 - 7
The Long Row)
Terrace of estate cottages, dated 1841 but probably incorporating C18 fabric.
Roughly-tooled stone with tooled-and-margined quoins and dressings; Welsh
slate roofs. Tudor style. 1 storey + attics and 2 storeys + attics, 3 + 1 +
3 bays. Slightly-projecting centre tower has long window holding 8-pane
casement above 24-pane sash; flanking 18-pane sashes, all under stepped common
hoodmould; date panel above, with Grey crest and motto, flanked by 5-pane
casements, all under common hoodmould; moulded string below parapet with
centre gable containing 2-light mullioned window, boarded with pigeon openings.
Coped side gables with end stacks. Side ranges: 3 renewed part-glazed doors
under flattened 4-centred arches within square frames; 2-light ground-floor
windows holding small-paned casements, under 2-light bedroom windows with
8-pane sashes in gabled half-dormers. All openings in chamfered surrounds,
those to ground floor with hoodmoulds. Chamfered eaves cornice. All gables
with pitched coping on moulded kneelers; stepped-and-corniced end and ridge
stacks with twin octagonal shafts.
Rear elevation of tower shows C18-type masonry and C19 attached turret with
boarded door and pent slab roof. The tower may have originated as a dovecote
before the cottages were built.
Flat-roofed rear outshuts to cottages are not of special interest.
Listing NGR: NU2570917816
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.
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