Croxdale Wood House


Croxdale Wood House is an 18th century farmhouse located by Croxdale Woods, about a mile north-east of Sunderland Bridge and Croxdale. It was extended in the mid 19th century by the Slavin family.[1] The house is a Grade II listed building.

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Croxdale Wood House

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Croxdale Wood House

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Croxdale Wood House

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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CROXDALE WOOD HOUSE - List Entry
- "Mid C18 farmhouse with c. 1860 wing. Squared sandstone rubble; upper floor of wing dressed sandstone. Welsh slate roofs but with stone flags on rear of original farmhouse. Rendered chimney ...

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Sunderland Bridge, County Durham
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Sunderland Bridge, County Durham
- Overview About Sunderland Bridge Map Street View Sunderland Bridge is both a bridge and a village in County Durham. The old bridge spans the River Wear about 5km south of Durham ...

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