List grade: 1
List number: 1197852
Grid ref: SD2407966307

Rampside Hall


Rampside Hall in Rampside, was built in the late 17th Century for the Knype family, on the site of an earlier house, recorded in 1634.[1] Known locally as the "Twelve Apostles", because of the unusual row of 12 chimneys - it was the custom in the past to have all 12 smoking on Christmas morning.[2] Rampside Hall is a Grade I listed building.

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Rampside Hall - The Twelve Apostles

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House With 12 Chimneys

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RAMPSIDE HALL - List Entry
- "Large house. Late C17 (Pevsner). Roughcast over stone with ashlar dressings, graduated slate roof. 3 storeys and attic, 5 bays, double-depth plan; later wing to rear left. Central doorway has ...

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