List number: 1139758
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ5460115765

Upsall Hall, Nunthorpe


Upsall Hall near Nunthorpe was built for the family of ironmaster John George Swan in c.1873. The hall came into the ownership of the local authority in the 1960s. It was used as a  day centre for people with learning disabilities up to 2013. The Hall is a Grade II listed building.

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Upsall Hall

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from http://www.gazettelive.co.u...
Upsall Hall future looks uncertain again after proposed sale falls through
- Gazett, 15th May 2015, article by Dave Robson. "Redcar and Cleveland Council must think again after preferred bidder for Nunthorpe mansion withdraws offer..."

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from https://historicengland.org...
UPSALL HALL, GATEPIERS, SERVICE WING AND LAUNDRY - List Entry
- "Country House (now used as adult training centre). Late C.19. Rock-faced sandstone in narrow courses; ashlar dressings; hipped clay patent-tile roof; 4 stacks. French Renaissance style. 2 storeys. Eaves ...

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John George Swan (1839-1900)
- John George Swan was born in Walker, Newcastle, in 1839. He worked for Bell Brothers, first at Newcastle and later at Middlesbrough as commercial manager. In 1864, he co-established and ...

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