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Healey Hall


Healey Hall is located by Healey Burn, about half a mile south of the village of Healey in Northumberland. Healey Hall was built by Robert Ormston in 1834, on the site of a late 16th century bastle or pele tower.[1] There is also the remains of a deserted medieval village near the Hall.[2] Healey Hall is a Grade II listed building.

Healey Grade II Listed 1834 Healey Civil Parish Historic Buildings and Monuments in Healey Civil Parish
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Healey Hall

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Healey Hall

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THE HALL - Healey - Northumberland - List Entry
- "House, 1834 for Robert Ormston, extended in late C19. Ashlar, except for squared stone to rear; slate roofs. Irregular plan. Tudor Gothic style. Entrance (east) front 2 storeys, 3 bays ...

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Gardeners Cottage

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Healey deserted medieval village (Healey)
- "Healey is mentioned in a number of old documents which give some idea of the number of people who once lived here. In 1268 it was valued at a very ...

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HEALEY HALL
- "Robert Ormston (1789-1882) took down the old peel house and, partly on the old foundations, erected the present farmhouse. Illustration of Healey House about 1819 shows an L-shaped building. One ...

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List number: 1252746
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ0047157875

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