List number: 1155742
List grade: 2
Keys to the Past HER: N3767
Grid ref: NU0812638452

Farmhouse, Buckton


The farmhouse at Buckton in Northumberland dates from the mid 18th century, located near the site of an earlier Medieval settlement. The farmhouse was refaced and extended early 19th century. The farmhouse is a Grade II listed building.[1] The farmhouse has a walled garden, stable and coach house, also dating from the18th century and separately Grade II listed.[2] There is also an 18th century tack room (a store for saddles and other riding equipment) and bothy (accommodation for farm labourers) - now used as a store - also Grade II listed.
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BUCKTON FARMHOUSE - List Entry
- "House. Mid C18 refaced and extended early C19. Ashlar facade, random rubble elsewhere. Welsh slate roof. L-plan with lower service wing attached to left. 2-storey, 3-bay main block with central ...

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WALLED GARDEN, STABLE AND COACH HOUSE C 30 YARDS NORTH OF BUCKTON HOUSE - List Entry
- "...Walled garden, coach house and stable, both now garages. C18. Random rubble. Stable brick with Scottish slate roof. Wall about 8ft. high, lower on south with flat coping. Coach house ...

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OUTBUILDING C 20 YARDS WEST OF BUCKTON FARMHOUSE - List Entry
- "...Formerly tack room and bothy, now store. C18. Random rubble with pantiled roof. Single storey. 12-pane window in alternating-block surround. Boarded door on left return, double doors on right return...."

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Gateway to Buckton Farm

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