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Tarn House, Midgeholme


Tarn House is located by the south side of Tindale Tarn in Cumbria. The farmhouse dates from the late 15th century when it was built as a tower house for Humphrey, Lord Dacre. It was substantially extended and alteratered in 1843. The sandstone rubble walls in the older part of the building are 2 metres thick in places. Tarn House is Grade II* listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Midgeholme Civil Parish Grade II* Listed Pele Tower
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Tarn House, Tindale Tarn

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Tarn House, Tindale Tarn

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Road to Tarn House

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Farm Buildings, Tarn House, Tindale Tarn

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TARN HOUSE - Midgeholme - List Entry
- "Farmhouse, formerly tower house. Late C15 for Humphrey, Lord Dacre, with extensions and alterations dated 1843 over entrance and initials T.(&) M.H. on inscribed stone set into wall. Calciferous sandstone rubble walls, over one metre thick and in places 2 metres thick in tower; wall of tower raised by about 3 courses ...

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TINDALE TARN HOUSE
- "Farmhouse, formerly tower house. Late C15 for Humphrey, Lord Dacre, with extensions and alterations dated 1843 over entrance and initials T.(&) M.H. on inscribed stone set into wall....Shown ...

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List number: 1051067
List grade: 2*
Post code: CA8 2PW
County: Cumbria

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