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Eastwood House, Healey

Eastwood House is a farmhouse in the parish of Healey in Northumberland, located near Healey Burn and just to the north of Healey Hall. Eastwood House was originally a late 16th/ ealy 17th century bastle house.[1] It gives it's name to the nearby Eastwoodhouse Woods and Eastwoodhouse Fell.

Healey Civil Parish Healey Burn Bastle House
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Eastwood House

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Eastwood House bastle (Healey)
- "Part of Eastwood House is older than the rest and dates back to the late 16th or early 17th century. This was originally a bastle and although no original features …

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Bastle House
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Bastle House
- Bastle Houses are generally two-storey fortified farmhouses, with living accommodation on the first floor and shelter for cattle and sheep on the ground floor. They were built around the Anglo-Scottish …


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