This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
NY 50 SW LONG SLEDDALE
3/26 Yewbarrow Hall 21.11.52 II
Also known as Ubarrow Hall. Tower House, probably medieval, and attached C17 Farmhouse with later alterations. Tower: rubble walls formed of boulders, crowstepped gable and stone lintels and cills. 2 storeys, previously higher.
Entrance at first floor from external stone stair, 2 small windows on ground floor. Interior has vaulted undercroft with stone fireplace and wide chimney; kingpost roof, probably C16; remains of circular stair in East corner. House: roughcast render with slate drip; graduated slate roof, 2 end chimney stacks. 2 storeys. Central stone porch with slate roof and side benches, C19 board door.
C20 casements to either side. 2 C19 sashes with single vertical glazing bar above. Interior has exposed beams; beef loft over fireplace; C19 board partitions; old plank doors, court cupboard with enriched panels in kitchen.
See RCHM p.158.
Listing NGR: NY5040302597
© Mr Adrian Allchin. Source: Historic England Archive
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