List number: 1155082
List grade: 2
Keys to the Past HER: N9189
Post code: NE48 3JG
Grid ref: NY9242279960

Carrycoats Hall


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Carrycoats Hall & Garden

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Carrycoats Hall

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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Farmland and woodland around Carrycoats Hall

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Carrycoats Hall (Birtley)
- "This house was built in the mid-19th century but seems to have been built around an earlier building. Old documents from 1541 record a bastle at Carrycoats and some of ...

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Simon Cotterill
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CARRYCOATS HALL - List Entry
- "House. C16/C17, early C18 and 1830's. Oldest parts are random rubble, the rest ashlar. Welsh slate roofs. 2 storeys. 3-bay front of 1830's with rusticated quoins. Gabled ...

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GARDEN WALL EAST OF CARRYCOATS HALL - List Entry
- "Garden wall. C18. Random rubble and brick. Round 2 sides of garden. c12 ft. high, but ramped to lower section on east side. Flat coping. South face lined with brick ...

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GARDEN WALL AND GATE PIERS SOUTH-WEST OF CARRYCOATS HALL - List Entry
- "Garden wall and gate piers. Early C19. Dressed stone. c5 ft. high with flat coping. Ends on left with quadrant walls leading to square gate piers with shallow pyramidal caps...."

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STABLES AND GROOM'S COTTAGE C20 YARDS NORTH-WEST OF CARRYCOATS HALL - list Entry
- "Stables with carriage house and groom's cottage. 1830's. Ashlar with Welsh slate roof. 2-storey carriage house with single-storey cottage to right and lean-to stables to rear. L-shaped. Projecting ...

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