Killerby, Darlington


Killerby is a small village located about 9 miles north of Darlington and 6 miles north-west of Bishop Auckland. There are some notable older buildings in Killerby; at the south end of the village is Killerby Grange, which has a door lintel dated 1683, and is a Grade II listed building.[1] Also at the south of the village, is a house dating from the 17th century, once the "Old Granary", which is Grade II listed.[2]. At the north end, by the village Green, is Killerby Hall, which dates from the early 19th century, and is Grade II listed.

Killerby is a village in the borough of Darlington and the ceremonial county of County Durham, England. It is situated a few miles to the west of Darlington. At the 2011 Census the population was less than 100. Details are maintained in the parish of Staindrop.

In the Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales (1870–72) John Marius Wilson described Killerby:

KILLERBY, a township in Heighington parish, Durham; 7 miles NW of Darlington. Acres, 605. Real property, £1, 063. Pop., 109. Houses, 20. This place is a meet for the Raby hounds.

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Village centre, Killerby

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Killerby Farm built 1906

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White House Cottage

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Killerby Farm

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Westbrooke Cottage

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Gated entrance to a house in Killerby

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Raby Estates Houses : Killerby

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North Lane from Killerby

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KILLERBY GRANGE - List Entry
- "House. Circa 1800. House dressed sandstone front with rubble returns and rear; roof has Welsh slates on front and pantiles on rear; stone chimney stacks. Wing squared rubble; pantiled roof ...

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THE OLD GRANARY - Killerby - List Entry
- "Originally a farmhouse, later a granary and now converted into a house. Late C16-early C17 with alterations; major restoration 1984-5....."

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