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Titlington Mount


Titlington Mount is a hamlet in Northumberland located just over half a mile north of Titlington, and about 6 miles north-west of Alnwick. There is a farm and a few cottages here, with some former farm buildings converted for residential use. There are earthwork remains of earlier settlements close by, including an Iron Age defended settlement to the west of Titlington Mount[1], and a medieval farmstead to the east[2] - both Scheduled Monuments. Titlington Mount forms part of Hedgeley Civil Parish.

Titlington Hedgeley Civil Parish
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Titlington Mount

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Converted farm buildings at Titlington Mount

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Converted farm buildings, Titlington Mount

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Converted farm buildings at Titlington Mount

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Alpaca at Titlington Mount

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Cottages near Titlington Mount

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SHELTER SHEDS TO NORTH OF TITLINGTON MOUNT FARMHOUSE - List Entry
- "Pair of shelter sheds, probably c.1840. Tooled stone with tooled-and-margined quoins and dressings; Welsh slate roof. 2 + 2 bays, stepping downhill to right; each part has 2 segmental arches ...

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DOVECOTE AND ATTACHED YARD WALLS TO NORTH OF TITLINGTON MOUNT FARMHOUSE - List Entry
- "Dovecote, probably c.1840. Rubble with tooled-and-margined quoins and dressings; Welsh slate roof with wooden cap under synthetic sheeting; cast- iron weathervane. Square plan.... In external face of south wall ...

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Medieval farmstead near Titlington Mount
- "Earthworks near Titlington Mount are all that remain of the buildings and enclosures of a medieval and post-medieval farmstead. The farm comprised three related enclosures together with earthworks of rectangular ...

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Iron Age defended settlement west of Titlington Mount
- "This Iron Age defended settlement is surrounded by a stone and earth bank. An extra bank outside the western side of the enclosure formed an annexe. Several house circles..."

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