List number: 1154981
List grade: 2
Post code: NE65 8DH
Grid ref: NU1304901370

Embleton Hall, Longframlington


Embleton Hall in Longframlington is a country manor house built in c.1730 for Thomas Embleton. It was bought by the Fenwick family in 1780 and remained in the Fenwick Family until 1986. A large extension wing was added in 1893 for Dr. J.C.J. Fenwick. The building is Grade 2 Listed.

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Embleton Hall and Gardens in Northumberland

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Embleton Hall

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EMBLETON HALL - Longframlington - List Entry
- "House. c.1730 for Thomas Embleton, extended to east in later C18; larger new house built on south of C18 extension in 1893 for Dr. J.C.J. Fenwick. C18 ...

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Historic Embleton Hall in Longframlington is sold
- the Journal, 2nd Jan 2013, article by Brian Daniel

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Embleton Hall (rear)

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Embleton Hall

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