List grade: 1
List number: 1042911
Keys to the Past HER: N11375
Wikipedia: Netherwitton Hall
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Netherwitton Hall


Netherwitton Hall is a grand country House, built in 1685, by Robert Trollope for Sir Nicholas Thornton.[1] It is located to the north of the village of Netherwitton in Northumberland. The Hall incorporates 16th century, or earlier fabric: the rear of the house has a stair turret with blocked windows, which are likely the remains of a medieval fortified tower.[2] The Hall has been the home of the Trevelyan family since 1778. Netherwitton Hall is a Grade I listed building.

 

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Netherwitton Hall, Netherwitton

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Netherwitton Hall

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Netherwitton Hall - rear view

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Netherwitton Hall

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Netherwitton Hall

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Netherwitton Hall

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NETHERWITTON HALL - List Entry
- "Country House, 1685 probably by Robert Trollop for Sir Nicholas Thornton, incorporating C16 or earlier fabric to rear. Squared stone with dressings, coursed rubble to rear; flat lead roof. Rectangular ...

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Netherwitton Hall
- "Netherwitton Hall is a large rectangular building. The main house appears to have been built in the late 17th century, but the back of the house appears to have been ...

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Gatepiers, Netherwitton

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