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Selside Hall

Selside Hall is located in Selside, about 3½ miles north of Kendal. The house dates from 1540, with 16th and 18th century alterations and a small 19th century north extension. Selside Hall is the home of the Thornburgh family, until 1744. A 1st floor room at the north end of the house was used as a Catholic chapel, and also used as Anglican chapel until church built in 1718. Selside Hall is a Grade II* listed building on the National Heritage List for England.

Selside Historic Buildings and Monuments in Selside and Fawcett Forest
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Selside Hall

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Selside Hall nr Kendal
- "Selside Hall is situated about three miles outside of Kendal, between Watchgate and Garnett Bridge. The hall was built in 1540, on the site of an earlier house built in ...

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- "House. Late C14 with C16 and C18 alterations and small C19 north extension. Roughcast stone with some ashlar dressings, slate roofs. L-plan, south wing has thick walls, probably the oldest ...

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List number: 1311671
List grade: 2*
County: Cumbria
Post code: LA8 9LA
Grid ref: SD5345999043


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