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Tanfield Hall

Tanfield Hall is a private dwelling on Front Street in Tanfield, County Durham. The three storey Hall is a Grade 2* Listed building on the National Heritage List for England. It was the Manor House for the district between Burnopfield and Beamish with records dating back to 1388, historically owned by the Percy and Shafto families. The current Hall was built in the 17th century and re-fronted in the 18th century.[1] The wrought iron gates and railings date back to 1730 and are Grade I listed, restored under the auspices of English Heritage. 

Tanfield Grade II* Listed Historic Buildings and Monuments in Stanley Gates and railings, Tanfield Hall
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Tanfield Hall

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Tanfield Hall, Front Street, Tanfield
- Includes photos of the hall.

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- "House. C17, refronted mid C18. Coursed squared sandstone with ashlar dressings and quoins; part of rear wing brick; roof of graduated Lakeland slates; part of rear wing roof Welsh slate. …

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List number: 1240892
List grade: 2*
County: County Durham
Post code: DH9 9PX
Grid ref: NZ1886755455


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