List number: 1159287
List grade: 2
Grid sq: D36212
Grid ref: NZ2382554010

Urpeth Hall


Urpeth Hall in High Urpeth was built in the mid 18th century, with the addition of flanking and rear wings in the late 19th century. The Hall is now divided into 3 large houses: 'Urpeth Hall' (front), 'Westacre' (left rear wing), and Eastwood (right rear wing). The Hall is a Grade II listed building.[1] There is a well preserved early 19th century Ice House in the grounds of the Hall, which itself is a Grade II listed building.[2]

from https://www.historicengland...
URPETH HALL, EASTWOOD AND WESTACRE - List Entry
- "Large house now 3 dwellings: front range Urpeth Hall; left rear wing Westacre; right rear wing Eastwood. Probably mid C18 centre block with flanking c.1890 wings; C19 rear wings ...

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Simon Cotterill
from http://www.keystothepast.in...
Urpeth Hall, Eastwood and Westacre (High Urpeth)
- "Upreth Hall, Eastwood and Westacre are three houses, which were once a single larger house. The building was originally constructed in the mid-18th century, but were altered in the later ...

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Simon Cotterill
from https://www.historicengland...
ICE-HOUSE, EAST OF EASTWOOD (PART OF URPETH HALL) - List Entry
- "Ice-house beneath tree-covered mound. Early C19. Brick-lined passage and ice- well with stone outer doorway. 2 steps down to square-headed, rock-faced doorway. Short L-plan passage, with segmental barrel vault, leads ...

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Simon Cotterill

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