Range Of Farmbuildings South-West Of Hartburn Grange Farmhouse

Range Of Farmbuildings South-West Of Hartburn Grange Farmhouse, Wallington Demesne, Castle Morpeth, Northumberland, NE61 4EL
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WALLINGTON DEMESNE HARTBURN GRANGE NZ 08 NE NZ 064867 9/191 Range of farmbuildings south-west of Hartburn Grange Farmhouse GV II Barn C18 heightened early C19,other buildings various early C19 dates. Squared tooled stone with dressings; tooled and margined in C19 parts; granary roof stone slate, other roofs slate. Long range links with cartshed to north, adjacent to farmhouse (q.v.). Shorter hemmel block runs west from south end. East elevation: 2-storey barn has boarded door in chamfered alternating-block surround and C20 double doors to right. 2-storey granary block to right, in two sections: 3-bay left section has 2 stable doors, with alternating-block surrounds, and slit vents; slightly earlier 4-bay right section has arcade of 3 segmental-headed arches, and cart entrance with timber lintel; small windows on 1st floor of both parts. Left return: to left of-gable end of barn, single-storey hemmels with 2 arcades, each of 3 segmental-headed arches, flanking central blocked cart entrance with timber lintel.

Rear elevation: stone ramp up to partly-blocked 1st floor door in barn, stone external stair up to boarded door into granary.

Listing NGR: NZ0640286735


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Photographer: Carter, Peter

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Slate, Stone, Stuart Barn, Georgian Agriculture And Subsistence, Farm Building, Agricultural Building, Cart Shed, Transport, Road Transport Site, Granary, Food And Drink Processing Site, Hemmel