List number: 1304198
List grade: 2
Post code: NE65 9AG
Grid ref: NU2123603685

Guyzance Hall


Guyzance Hall is located by the River Coquet, to the south-east of the village of Guyzance in Northumberland. In 1892, J.D. Milburn, who was an industrial entrepreneur and ship owner from Newcastle, bought the Barnhill estate and much of Guyzance. He commissioned Newcastle architect W.H. Knowles, to convert and extend Barnhill Farm (an 18th century building) into a neo-Tudor style country house. The original farmhouse was restyled as the west wing of the much larger building, completed in 1905.[1] The residence became known as Guyzance Hall. Large gardens were also developed around the residence. A tower was added to the hall c.1920.[2] Guyzance Hall is a Grade II listed building.

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GUYZANCE HALL AND EAST WING COTTAGE - List Entry
- "Country House: Original Barnhill farmhouse c.1800 with major extensions 1894 by W.H. Knowles for J.D. Milburn; tower c.1920. Squared stone except for squared rubble in north-west ...

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Guyzance Hall
- Guyzance Hall and holiday cottages. "Guyzance Hall is a privately owned estate, available for exclusive hire throughout the year for short stay and family gatherings....."

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Look at this multimillion pound home owned by man once dubbed Britain's wealthiest vicar
- Chronicle Live, 22nd April, 2016. "Rev Robert Parker puts Northumberland country pile Guyzance Hall, which he bought as a second home, up for sale at £6m....."

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