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Stone House, Upper Dentdale


Stone House (aka Stonehouse) is a settlement in the South Lakelands district of Cumbria, situated by the River Dee in Upper Dentdale. It is about 4 miles east of the village of Dent and 8 miles south-east of Sedburgh. The hamlet of East Stone House is located near where Artengill joins the River Dee. Stonehouse (house) here dates from the 18th century and was the home of Paul Nixon, owner of Dent marble works.[1] Stonehouse Bridge, over the River Dee, dates from the 17th century. The Sportsmans Inn is located in near-by Cow Dub.

Cumbria Dent Civil Parish, Sedbergh River Dee, Cumbria Artengill Viaduct Sportsmans Inn, Upper Dentdale Stonehouse Bridge, Dentdale
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Stone House, Upper Dentdale

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River Dee at East Stonehouse

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East Stone House

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The Dales Way

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Slingsby Barn, Stone House Farm

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The Dales Way

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Old Bridge Marker in Dent Parish by Stone House Bridge

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STONEHOUSE - Dentdale - List Entry
- "Marble manufacturer's house, now 2 dwellings. Probably c1800, extended and altered, and internally remodelled in C20. Watershot coursed squared sandstone with gritstone quoins, stone slate roof. Double-depth double-fronted plan ...

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