Unthank Hall, nr Alnham


Not to be confused with Unthank Hall at Unthank near Stanhope!

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Unthank Hall

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Unthank Hall

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UNTHANK HALL - List Entry
- "Country House. C16 origins, remodelled and extended 1815 and 1865 by Dobson, altered 1900 and reduced in size 1965. Squared stone with ashlar dressings; west wing rubble with dressings. Slate ...

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Unthank Hall

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Unthank Hall

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Walled garden east of Unthank Hall

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GATE PIERS, GATE AND GARDEN WALL TO WEST OF UNTHANK HALL - List Entry
- "Gate piers, gate and garden wall. Mid C19. Rock-faced masonry, ashlar dressings, terracotta balusters, wood and wrought-iron gate. Ashlar gate piers with attached jambs, dentil cornice,moulded caps, and ball ...

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KITCHEN WING, WALLS AND OUTBUILDING 30 METRES SOUTH OF UNTHANK HALL - List Entry
- "Kitchen wing, outbuilding and yard wall, c.1860 by Dobson, with re-set C16 features. (The linking range to the main house was demolished 1965). Rock- faced masonry with dressings, slate ...

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SETTLING TANK AND DRAIN OUTLET 120 METRES NORTH WEST OF UNTHANK HALL - List Entry
- "Drainage works comprising 3 drain entrances and associated features. C18 or early C19. Stone. Diamond-plan settling tank at NY 72856308 with squared stone walls and entrances to slab-roofed drain to ...

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TERRACE WALLS, BALUSTRADES AND STEPS TO NORTH OF UNTHANK HALL - List Entry
- "Terrace walls, balustrades and steps. Probably mid C19 but brought to Unthank c.1900. Rock-faced masonry with ashlar dressings. Terrace retaining wall has rounded projections at east end, in centre ...

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