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Tarn House, nr Ravenstonedale


Tarn House is located about a mile and a half south-east of the village of Ravenstonedale in Cumbria, and half a mile west of the tarn (small lake) from which it is named. The house is dated 1664 on door lintels with initials G.F. & J.F. (for George Fothergill and his wife Julian).[1] The house is thought to incorporate part of earlier building. Tarn House is Grade II* listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Ravenstonedale Grade II* Listed 1664 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Ravenstonedale Civil Parish
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Tarn House

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Tarn House on the A683

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TARN HOUSE AND STABLE ADJOINING WEST RETURN - Ravenstonedale - List Entry
- "House; dated 1664 on door lintels with initials G.F. & I.F. (for George Fothergill and his wife Julian). May incorporate part of earlier building; some later alterations. Stable is addition, probably C18. House, wet-dashed rubble with quoins; stable, coursed squared rubble....House has ...

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List number: 1158397
List grade: 2*
Post code: CA17 4LJ
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY7497403396

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