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Hauxley Hall


Hauxley Hall is a large house in High Hauxley. The north wing dates from 1724, with major extensions to the hall in the late 18th century.The house is now subdivided into separate dwellings. Hauxley Hall is Grade II* listed on the National Heritage List for England. The former stable range, built in the late 18th century, is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. 

High Hauxley Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hauxley Civil Parish
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Hauxley Hall

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High Hauxley

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HAUXLEY HALL - List Entry
- "House, now subdivided. North part dated 1724, with major late C18 extension giving new front facing east. Squared stone, tooled on south and east fronts; Welsh slate roofs with pantiles ...

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STABLE RANGE TO WEST OF HAUXLEY HALL - List Entry
- "Stable range. Late C18 incorporating early C18 building at south-west corner. Squared stone with cut dressings except for early C18 part of coursed rubble; Welsh slate roof with old brick ...

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List number: 1303591
List grade: 2*
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NU2787303106

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