List grade: 1
List number: 1156641
Keys to the Past HER: N9298
Grid ref: NY9392671154

Cocklaw Tower


Cocklaw Tower is a well preserved towerhouse dating from late 14th or early 15th century, located in Cocklaw, just under a mile south-east of Chollerton in Northumberland. Located near Hadrian's Wall, Cocklaw Tower is thought to be constructed of re-used Roman material. Cocklaw Tower is a Grade I listed building.

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Cocklaw Tower

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Cocklaw Tower (2)

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Cocklaw Tower

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Grazing, Cocklaw

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COCKLAW TOWER - List Entry
- "Towerhouse, late C14 or early C15. Large squared stone, probably re-used Roman material. Rectangular plan; 3 floors,each with single large chamber,smaller chamber to south and newel stair at ...

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COCKLAW TOWER, WALL
- "Towerhouse, late C14 or early C15. Large squared stone, probably re-used Roman material. Rectangular plan; 3 floors,each with single large chamber,smaller chamber to south and newel stair at ...

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Cocklaw Tower (Wall)
- "Cocklaw Tower is one of the better-preserved fortified medieval towers in Northumberland. Although, there is now no visible evidence of other medieval buildings around the tower, there are records of ...

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