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Milbourne Hall


Milbourne Hall is a privately owned mansion house at Milbourne, near Ponteland, Northumberland, England, which has Grade I listed building status.

The Bates family were a long established Northumbrian family of Bedlington and Halliwell, Northumberland, who enjoyed intermarriage with other prominent landed famililies. Ralph Bates (1764–1813), High Sheriff of Northumberland in 1812 and later Deputy Lieutenant, built the house in about 1810 to a design by Edinburgh architect John Patterson. It was built in a Georgian style in local stone, around an octagonal courtyard and features unusual internal arrangements including a rotunda salon.

In 1891 Georgiana Elliot (née Bates) bequeathed the estate to her grandson Ralph Mortimer (High Sheriff in 1916).

As of 2017, the Hall has been divided into flats.

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Milbourne 1809 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Ponteland CP Private Residence Grade I Listed
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List grade: 1
List number: 1042725
Wikipedia: Milbourne Hall
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ1130874394


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