Private Residence


A private residence - generally not somewhere you can visit and go inside! The building may have been added to this Website because of it being a Listed Building or having local or historical interest. This tag has been added to remind everyone to respect the privacy of the residents and to make it clear that it is not somewhere you can routinely visit (some larger properties do have occasional open days).
Horsley Tower
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Horsley Tower
- Overview Street View The fortified towerhouse in Longhorsely was built by the Horsley family in the 16th century at a time when there were frequent boarder raids and hostilities with ...
Blenkinsopp Castle
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Blenkinsopp Castle
- Overview About Blenkinsopp Castle Map   Blenkinsopp Castle is a fire-damaged, partly demolished 19th-century country mansion, incorporating the ruinous remains of a 14th-century tower house, which is located above the ...
Mortham Tower
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Mortham Tower
- Mortham Tower, near Greta Bridge, is a Grade I listed fortified courtyard house and pele tower which dates from the reign of King Henry VII (1485-1509). The estate was the ...
Acton House, Felton
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Acton House, Felton
Etal Manor
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Etal Manor
- Overview Map A large country house in Etal, Northumberland, built in 1748. It was extended in 1767 for William Carr, and again in 1888 for James Laing. The Manor is ...
Elstob Hall
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Elstob Hall
Skelton Castle
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Skelton Castle
- Country house, c1770
Former Methodist Chapel, Wearhead
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Former Methodist Chapel, Wearhead
Old Vicarage, Embleton
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Old Vicarage, Embleton
- Overview Map Street View The former Vicarage and pele tower, is located next to the Church of the Holy Trinity in Embleton.  In 1332 Merton College, patron of Embleton, agreed to ...
Bolam Hall
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Bolam Hall
- Overview Map Bolam Hall was built in 1810 for Robert Horsley for his daughter Charlotte Philadelphia on her marriage to John Beresford, the Baron Decies. In 1816 John Dobson was ...
Leamside Chapel
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Leamside Chapel
- Overview Map Street View The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Station Road in Leamside was built in 1867. The Chapel closed in 1973 and later sold for use by the scouting ...
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Former Ebenezer Chapel, West Rainton
- Map Street View "John Wesley himself is believed to have twice preached to the miners of West Rainton in April 1747. Services were held in the homes of members until ...
Roberts Battery, Old Hartley
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Roberts Battery, Old Hartley
- Robert's Battery at Old Hartley was a defensive site dating from the First World War. When a battleship which had been permanently based on the river Tyne was redeployed in ...
Thornton Hall
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Thornton Hall
- Thornton Hall is a 16th century Manor House (now a farmhouse) located within the Civil Parish of High Coniscliffe in County Durham. It lies off the B6279 road near Ulnaby. The ...
Old Vicarage, High Coniscliffe
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Old Vicarage, High Coniscliffe
- Overview Map The former Vicarage of St Edwin's Church in High Coniscliffe dates from the 18th century, with the main building built c.1860. It is now private house and is ...
Mill House, High Coniscliffe
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Mill House, High Coniscliffe
- Overview Map The former water mill by Unalby Beck on Mill Lane in High Coniscliffe was built in the late 18th and early 19th century. Now a house, this is ...
Ormesby House, Church Lane
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Ormesby House, Church Lane
- The former the home of Lady Caroline Brown, on Church Lane in Ormesby. The Elizabethan style mansion was built in 1904 and is located close to Ormesby Hall and St Cuthbert's ...
Haughton Castle
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Haughton Castle
- Overview About Haughton Castle Map Haughton Castle is a privately owned country house in Northumberland located a mile north of Humshaugh and on the south side of the River North ...
Wester Hall
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Wester Hall
- Overview Map Webster Hall in Haughton, near Humshaugh, was built in 1732. The Hall is a Grade II listed building.
Former School, Carrshield
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Former School, Carrshield
- Overview Map Street View A former school for miners’ children was built in Carrshield in 1851, paid for by WB Beaumont. The boys school was in the right-hand building and ...
Bastle House, Cambo
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Bastle House, Cambo
- Overview Street View A 16th century bassle house in Cambo, Northumberland. In 1818 it was converted into shop and still has a lintel above the former shop window inscribed "J.T. ...
Pele Tower, Shilbottle
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Pele Tower, Shilbottle
- Former vicarage, Grade II listed building.
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Surrey House, Haugh Head
- Overview Map Surrey House in Haugh Head lis located beside the A697 road about a mile from Wooler. It was was built in the mid-19th century. The building is a former coaching ...
Earle Mill Cottage
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Earle Mill Cottage
- Overview Map The cottage by Earle Mill dates from the 18th century and is a Grade II listed building. The cottage is close to Wooler Water and is about half ...
Earle Mill
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Earle Mill
- Overview Map Earle Mill is a watermill located by Wooler Water. It was built in the 18th century and has a distinctive 19th century drying kiln attached. It is aproximately ...
Stanhope Castle
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Stanhope Castle
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Horden Hall
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Horden Hall
- Overview Map Street View Horden Hall is a manor house built in the mid 17th century located at the north end of Horden in County Durham. The building is thought ...
Former Station Building, Wolsingham
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Former Station Building, Wolsingham
- Overview Map Street View The former station building in Wolsingham is a Grade II listed building. It was built in 1847 for the for the Wear Valley branch line of the ...
Elwick Windmill
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Elwick Windmill
- Overview Map Street View Elwick Windmill was built in the mid 19th century and is located about half a mile south west of Elwick, and is visible from the A19 ...
Fatfield House
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Fatfield House
- Overview Map Street View A 19th century house on Vigo Lane in Harraton - which had been in Fatfield before the boundaries changed with the creation of Washingon new town. ...
Longhirst Hall
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Longhirst Hall
- Overview Map Street View Longhirst Hall near Morpeth in Northumberland was built in 1824. It was designed by John Dobson for the land owner, William Lawson, who became wealthy from ...
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Hebburn Hall
- Overview About Hebburn Hall Map Hebburn Hall (aslo known as Ellison Hall) is a 17th century manor house in Hebburn, largely rebuilt in 1790-1792.[1] It was built on the site ...
Allenheads Hall
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Allenheads Hall
- Overview Map Allenshead Hall is a country house, built in 1847 by E.B. Lamb for Thomas Sopwith, engineer and mine agent to the Beaumont family. Some sources indicate it was ...
Methodist Chapel, Sinderhope
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Methodist Chapel, Sinderhope
- Overview Map Street View Now converted for a private residence, the Primitive Methodist Jubilee Chapel in Sinderhope was built in 1860. It is a Grade II listed building.
Allenheads Church
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Allenheads Church
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Callerton Hall
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Callerton Hall
- Overview Map Street Callerton Hall is located in High Callerton, Ponteland. It was built in the early 18th century, and extensively altered in 1892 by R. Norman Shaw.[1] The hall ...
Hilton Hall, County Durham
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Hilton Hall, County Durham
- Overview Map Street View Hilton Hall is a house in Hilton Village in County Durham. The bulk of the house dates from the 16th century, with 17th and 18th century ...
Barforth Hall
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Barforth Hall
- Overview Map Barforth Hall is a farmhouse which was once the manor house of Barforth. The Barforth estate came into the possession of the Pudsey family during the reign of Edward ...
Croxdale Hall
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Croxdale Hall
- Overview About Croxdale Hall Map Croxdale Hall is a privately owned country mansion located about half a mile north of the modern village Croxdale in County Durham. The Hall has ...
Tuggal Hall
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Tuggal Hall
- Overview Map Street View Tuggal Hall is a large country house located in Tughall, near Beadnell, in Northumberland. The house dates from the 17th/early 18th century and is a Grade ...
Former Church of St James, Duddo
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Former Church of St James, Duddo
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Former Church of All Saints, Duddo
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Former Church of All Saints, Duddo
- Overview Map Street View The former Parish Church of Duddo is located approximately half a mile north-west of the village. It was built in 1879 by F.R. Wilson of Alnwick.[1] The ...
Twizell North Lodge
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Twizell North Lodge
- Overview Map Street View Lodge by the north entrance to the estate of the Twizell House. Built in the mid 19th century, the lodge is a Grade II listed building. ...
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Tow House Bastle
- There is a 16th century bastle (fortified tower house) in Tow House, near Henshaw, built at a time of hostilities with Scotland and frequent border raids. The building has altered ...
The Hermitage, Sunderland Bridge
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The Hermitage, Sunderland Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The 'Hermitage' is a large mid 17th century house, with c1930 alterations and additions. The Hermitage is a Grade II listed building.
Former Church of St John the Baptist, Hamsteels
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Former Church of St John the Baptist, Hamsteels
- Overview Map Street View Former Parish Church of St John the Baptist - now a private dwelling. The church was built in 1875 and located next to the former school‐house ...
Bridge Mill, Haggerston
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Bridge Mill, Haggerston
- Overview Map Street View Bridge Mill is a former water mill located by Allerdalemill Burn, just north-west of Haggerston, and about a mile and a half south-east of Ancroft. The ...
Beaufront Castle
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Beaufront Castle
- Overview About Beaufront Castle Map Aerial View Beaufront Castle is an extensive privately owned country house, located about a mile and a half north-east of Hexham, situated between the villages ...
Wooperton Hall
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Wooperton Hall
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Church of St Nicholas, West Kyloe
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Church of St Nicholas, West Kyloe
- It replaced an earlier Norman church.
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Urpeth Hall
- Overview Map Street View Urpeth Hall in High Urpeth was built in the mid 18th century, with the addition of flanking and rear wings in the late 19th century. The ...
Old Primitive Methodist Chapel, Lanehead
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Old Primitive Methodist Chapel, Lanehead
- Overview Map Street View There is a former Primitive Methodist chapel on School Hill in Lanehead, now converted into a house. The church was built in 1858, and replaced a ...
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Sledwhich Hall
- Sledwich Hall is a large manor house located about half a mile west of Whorlton in County Durham. The Hall dates from the late 16th century, with restoration work done ...
Bede Cottage, Monkton
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Bede Cottage, Monkton
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Bavington Hall
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Bavington Hall
- Overview About Bavington Hall Map Street View   Bavington Hall is a 17th-century privately owned country house at Little Bavington in Northumberland. It is a Grade II* listed building. A ...
Former Station, Gilsland
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Former Station, Gilsland
Burradon Hall
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Burradon Hall
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Old School, Gatehouse
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Old School, Gatehouse
Croxdale Wood House
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Croxdale Wood House
- Overview Map Croxdale Wood House is an 18th century farmhouse located by Croxdale Woods, about a mile north-east of Sunderland Bridge and Croxdale. It was extended in the mid 19th ...
Tursdale House Farm
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Tursdale House Farm
- Overview Map Tursdale House, was the manor house of the medieval village of Tursdale in the 12th century.[1] The current building at Tursdale House Farm dates from the 17th century, with ...
Tudhoe Old Hall
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Tudhoe Old Hall
- Overview Map Street View Tudhoe Hall, off the village green in Tudhoe, dates from the early 17th century, probably incorporating the fabric of an earlier building. The building was altered ...
Shoreswood Hall
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Shoreswood Hall
- Overview Map Street View Shoreswood Hall was built in the early 18th century. It is a Gtade II listed building.
Shoreswood National School
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Shoreswood National School
- Overview Map Street View The former Shoreswood National School was built c.1836 for 70 pupils. The school closed in 1962 and it's 17 pupils were transferred to a new county ...
Barningham Park
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Barningham Park
Hoppyland Lodge, Bedburn
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Hoppyland Lodge, Bedburn
Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Walbottle
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Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Walbottle
Seven Stars House, Whalton
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Seven Stars House, Whalton
- Overview Map Street View Seven Stars House in Whalton was built in the late 18th century as a coaching inn. It became a private house c.1945. The house is a ...
Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Barningham
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Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Barningham
- Overview Map Street View The Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in Barningham is dated 1815 and was converted to a residential house in c.1980. "The building is said to have been a ...
Old School House, Hartburn
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Old School House, Hartburn
- Overview Map Street View The Old School House in Hartburn was built in 1762 by Dr. John Sharpe, vicar of Hartburn. It was also used as the 'Parish Stable' (hearse house).[1] Now ...
Former Fox and Hounds Inn, Whitley Chapel
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Former Fox and Hounds Inn, Whitley Chapel
- The former Fox and Hounds Inn in Whitley Chapel dates from the 18th century and is a Grade II listed building.[1] It is now a private residence known as 'Clickem House' ...
Hesleyside Hall
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Hesleyside Hall
- Overview About Hesleyside Hall Map Hesleyside Hall is a large country house, located about a mile and a half north-west of Bellingham in Northumberland. It was built in 1719 on or ...
Warnell Hall, nr Sebergham
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Warnell Hall, nr Sebergham
- Overview Map Street View Warnell Hall, is a large farmhouse to the south-west of Sebergham, It was built as a fortified house, dated 1683, and incorporating part of a 14th century ...
Hewthwaite Hall, nr Cockermouth
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Hewthwaite Hall, nr Cockermouth
- Overview Map Street View Hewthwaite Hall is a farmhouse located about tow and a half miles north west of Cockermouth, dated 1581. Hewthwaite Hall is a Grade II* listed building.
Corby Castle
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Corby Castle
- Overview About Corby Castle Map Street View Corby Castle has at its core a medieval tower house, which was altered in the 17th century and the significantly remodelled and extended ...
Corby Castle Gardens
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Corby Castle Gardens
Elsdon Tower
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Elsdon Tower
- Overview About Elsdon Tower Map Street View "Elsdon Tower is a medieval towerhouse, now converted for residential use. It was recorded as a 'Vicar's Pele' in 1415 and thought to ...
Bacchus House, Elsdon
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Bacchus House, Elsdon
- Bacchus House in Elsdon is a former coaching inn, built in the early 18th century. It is a Grade II listed building.
Arkleby Hall
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Arkleby Hall
- Overview Map Arkleby Hall is a large farmhouse in the village of Arkleby, built in c.1740, incorporating earlier house of 1725. It has the Thompson coat-of-arms over front entrance, and ...
Derwent Gardens, Seaton, Cumbria
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Derwent Gardens, Seaton, Cumbria
Bellister Castle
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Bellister Castle
- Overview Map Street View Bellister Castle is a ruined tower house dating from the 13th century with an attached occupied house which is dated 1669.[1] It is located about half ...
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5 Ravensworth Terrace, Newcastle
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6-8 Ravensworth Terrace, Newcastle
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