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Middridge Grange Farm, Shildon Road

Middridge Grange Farm, Shildon Road, Newton Aycliffe, Darlington DL4 2QE View on map

Dating back to 1578, originally constructed as a U shaped Elizabethan house with central courtyard, a grand Hall and two flanking wings .Following two fires and rebuilding the house now stands with only one wing and an in-filled courtyard resulting in the off balance appearance it now presents .The interior still has some fine bolection panelled walls with cornices and doors dating from the 17th century. Also from the same period the East wing has some chamfered stone cross windows which would originally have been lead glazed .The south entrance door has a fine stone carved surround with open pediment and restored six panel door.


Opening Arrangements

Possible during normal working hours 9am-5pm Monday-Friday all year round by appointment. Any visits outside these times should be discussed with the owner.


Situated off the A6072 on the roundabout leading onto Redworth Road, Shildon and A6072 Shildon bypass. The farm road takes a right turn at a t-junction then up and into the yard. Rail: Shildon train station 1-2miles north Bus: Bus stop on Redworth Road route 1B amongst others

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes