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Dovecote, Haugh Head


There is a 2 storey hexagonal dovecote on high ground a 100 yards from Surrey House in Haugh Head, near Wooler in Northumberland. It was built in the late 18th century originally as a gazebo.[1] It was later converted into a dovecote with around 225 nesting boxes.[2] The dovecote is Grade II listed.

Haugh Head Grade II Listed Historic Buildings and Monuments in Wooler Civil Parish Dovecote
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Dovecote at Surrey House

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Surrey House Dovecote

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DOVECOTE CIRCA 100 YARDS SOUTH EAST OF SURREY HOUSE - List Entry
- "Dovecote, formerly gazebo. Late C18. Ashlar. Hexagonal 2-storey building with boarded door in south-east side. 3 windows on ground floor, now blocked. On 1st floor one large square window opening ...

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List number: 1042355
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NU0038325735

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