List number: 1121387
List grade: 2
Keys to the Past HER: D35087
Grid ref: NZ2742542191

Abbey House, Palace Green, Durham


Abbey House is a Georgian building located on Palace Green in Durham. It was built in the late 17th / early 18th century, incorporating earlier buildings. The building incorporates the former Abbey Cottage on Dun Cow Lane. Abbey House is a Grade II Listed building.

from Geograph (geograph)
Palace Green across Cathedral graveyard

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Abbey House, Palace Green, Durham City
- "This house was built in the later 17th or early 19th century, though it appears to include parts of an earlier building. It now houses the Department of Theology...."

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Abbey House
- "Abbey House, home to Durham University’s Department of Theology and Religion, was built as a residence in the early eighteenth century, but incorporates fragments from earlier buildings...."

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Simon Cotterill
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ABBEY HOUSE (DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY) - Durham - List Entry
- "House, now university department. Includes former Abbey Cottage, Dun Cow Lane. Late C17 early/18 century, incorporating earlier fragments. Sandstone ashlar front, rendered right return to Dun Cow Lane and ...

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Dun Cow Lane, Durham
  Co-Curate Page
Dun Cow Lane, Durham
- Overview Map Street View Dun Cow Lane runs from North Bailey to Palace Green, along side Durham Cathedral. The lane is part of the Durham World Heritage Site.

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