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Denton Hall

East Denton Hall, located off West Road in the Denton area of Newcastle, dates from 1622, with later alterations to the building.

It is often known as the 'Bishops's House' as it was the house and offices of the Roman Catholic Bishop of Newcastle & Hexham from 1942. The building was on the market for sale in 2020.

East Denton Hall is Grade I listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Denton East Denton Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle Grade I Listed
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East Denton Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1910

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Denton Hall

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Denton Hall

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Bishop's House
- "NZ 16 NE NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE WEST ROAD (north side) 7/559 No. 800 (Bishop's House) (Formerly listed as East 14.6.54 Denton Hall) I House; R.C. Bishop's residence and offices since …

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Denton Hall, Northumberland.

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List grade: 1
Tyne & Wear HER: 1304
List number: 1338212
Post code: NE5 2BJ
Borough: Newcastle
Grid ref: NZ1987065677


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