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Hepple Tower


Hepple Tower is a ruined 14th century tower house in Hepple, Northumberland. An early 19th century farm building, now a holiday cottage has been built onto it's western side. The medieval tower was probably originally three storeys high. Hepple Tower is a Grade II* Listed building and Scheduled Monument. 

Hepple Grade II* Listed Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hepple Civil Parish
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Hepple Tower

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Hepple Tower, Croquetdale

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HEPPLE TOWER - List Entry
- "Tower. C14. Squared stone. Ruined. South wall stands to c.40 ft. Lower part of stair projection to right was originally in centre of south wall but east side has ...

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Hepple Tower
- "Hepple Tower is a 14th century tower house. It is almost rectangular and has thick sandstone wall. An early 19th century farm building, now a holiday cottage has been built ...

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HEPPLE TOWER
- "...Listed in the 1415 Survey as 'Turris de Heppell'. Described in the 1541 Survey as the tower belonging to Lord Ogle, decayed in the roofs and scarcely in good repair ...

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List number: 1371440
List grade: 2*
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NT9865900652

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