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Wycliffe Hall


A medieval hall in Wycliffe, County Durham, which was substantially remodelled in the early-mid 18th Century. The North-west wing was built  c.1780, as museum for Marmaduke Tunstall III (most of his collection now in the Hancock Museum in Newcastle). The Hall is a Grade II* listed building.

Wycliffe Grade II* Listed
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Wycliffe Hall from north side of the Teesway

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WYCLIFFE HALL - List Entry
- "Country house. Medieval core remodelled early-mid C18 for Marmaduke Tunstall II. North-west wing probably c.1780, as museum for Marmaduke Tunstall III. Interior restored after 1952 fire, with fittings from ...

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Ha-ha at Wycliffe Hall

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Wycliffe Hall

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A gated entrance to Wycliffe Hall

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Wycliffe Hall

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List number: 1322784
List grade: 2*
County: County Durham
Grid ref: NZ1195014231

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