Barleyhill, Northumberland


Barleyhill is a hamlet in the Parish of Healey in Northumberland. Nearby is the South Lodge for the Minsteracres estate, and School House Farm. Barleyhill farmhouse dates from the late 18th century, and is a Grade II listed building.[1]

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The south lodge of Minsteracres

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Barleyhill

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Barleyhill Plantation

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Trig point on Barley Hill

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Goose on guard duty outside School House

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Old buildings at Barleyhill

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School House Farm

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Down Barley Hill

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Scary dragon in a nich on the south lodge of Minsteracres

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Barleyhill Plantation

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Healey Parish, Northumberland
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Healey Parish, Northumberland
- Healey Village St John's Church Healey Hall Heally Mill Minsteracres Cronkerly  The civil parish of Healey is located in the south of Northumberland. The parish borders with County Durham by ...
Minsteracres
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Minsteracres
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BARLEYHILL FARMHOUSE - Healey - List Entry
- NZ0224554888 "House, late C18. Rubble with cut quoins and dressings, slate roof. North elevation 2 storeys, 3 bays; 1st floor band. Central segmental arch has raised stone surround with imposts ...

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Road junction at Barleyhill

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Barley Hill

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