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Stable Block, Belsay Hall


This elegant stable block with an open courtyard was built at the same time as Belsay Hall, c.1817. It was for and by Sir Charles Monck, built in 'Greek Revival' style. with a central clock tower, topped by a dome based on the 'Tower of the Winds at Athens'.[1] It is a Grade II* listed building.
Belsay Hall, Castle & Gardens Grade II* Listed Historic Buildings and Monuments in Belsay Civil Parish 1817
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Belsay Hall Stable Block

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The stables at Belsay Hall

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Part of the stables at Belsay Hall

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The clock tower on the stables at Belsay Hall

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Stable Block, Belsay Hall and Castle

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STABLE BLOCK APPROX 30 YARDS NORTH-EAST OF BELSAY HALL - List Entry
- "Stable block. 1810-17 by Sir Charles Monck. Ashlar with Lakeland slate roof. Open courtyard plan. Greek revival style. 2 storeys. ll-bay centre with projecting one-bay wings. Central block has pedimented ...

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The stables at Belsay Hall - interior

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List number: 1153036
List grade: 2*
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ0883578363

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