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Haughton House, South Bailey


No. 3 South Bailey, is the main building of St John's College, Durham University. The house was originally built in the early 18th century for Sir Robert Eden and his family. Later it housed the Durham High School for Girls, before it was purchased by the college in 1912.[1] The building is Grade II* listed.

South Bailey Grade II* Listed St John's College Historic Buildings and Monuments in Durham city
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Haughton House, North Bailey, Durham

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Haughton House

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St John's College, Durham

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ST JOHN'S COLLEGE - Durham - List Entry
- "House, now college. Early C18. Sandstone ashlar; roof not visible; brick chimneys. Basement and 3 storeys, 7 bays, the central 3 projecting. 6 steps and terrace to central renewed double ...

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St John’s College
- "St John’s College was originally founded in 1909 to train ordinands for the Church of England, and became associated with Durham University in 1923. However, it is independent from ...

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St John's College, Durham City

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Haughton Dining Room

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List number: 1161313
List grade: 2*
County: County Durham
Post code: DH1 3RJ
Grid ref: NZ2741841990

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