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Langleeford Farmhouse


Langleeford Farmhouse dates from around the mid 18th century. The farmhouse is a Grade II listed building. The poet Sir walter Scott once stayed here in 1791 and wrote:

...Behold a letter from the mountains for I am very snugly settled here in a farmer's house ... in the very centre of the Cheviot Hills in one of the wildest and most Romantic sites ... My uncle drinks the goat's whey here, as I do ever since I understood it was brought to his bedside every morning at six by a very pretty dairy-maid.

All day we shoot, fish, walk and ride; dine and sup on fish struggling from the stream ... all in perfection; and so much simplicity resides among these hills that a pen ... was not to be found about the house, though belonging to a considerable farmer, till I shot the crow with whose quill I write this epistle.

The Letters of Sir Walter Scott (1787-1832) ed. Sir Herbert J.C. Grierson. Quoted in Historic England list entry.

Langleeford Historic Buildings and Monuments in Earle Civil Parish
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Langleeford farmhouse flanked by Hedgehope Hill

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Bridge and "Private Road" leading to Langleeford

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LANGLEEFORD FARMHOUSE - List Entry
- " House. Mid - late C18. Rendered and painted with painted stone dressings. Scottish slate roof. 2 storeys, 3 bays with single-storey, 1-bay addition to left. Central 6-panelled door. Sash windows with ...

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List number: 1152979
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NT9491321964

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