List number: 1326959
List grade: 2*
Grid ref: NY7392008096

Smardale Hall


Smardale Hall, at Smardale in Cumbria, is built on the site of a 14th century tower house which was constructed by the Smerdale family. The oldest parts of the current buildings date from the 15th and 16th centuries, built by the Warcop family. There have been numerous extensions and alterations to the Hall over time; the hay loft was once the Great Hall.[1] Smardale Hall is a Grade II* listed building.

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Smardale Hall

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Smardale Hall

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Smardale Hall and some of its farm buildings

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Smardale Hall

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Cut benchmark, Smardale Hall

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SMARDALE HALL AND ADJOINING BUILDINGS - List Entry
- "Buildings date from C15/C16 centuries. Present Hall of coursed rubble has a tower at each corner, banded just below top. Graduated slate roof with stone chimneys; ball finials to ...

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