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Middle Farmhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Acomb, Northumberland

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Latitude: 54.9931 / 54°59'35"N

Longitude: -2.1077 / 2°6'27"W

OS Eastings: 393207

OS Northings: 566502

OS Grid: NY932665

Mapcode National: GBR FBQP.HX

Mapcode Global: WHB25.LRKM

Plus Code: 9C6VXVVR+6W

Entry Name: Middle Farmhouse

Listing Date: 24 May 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1044850

English Heritage Legacy ID: 239771

ID on this website: 101044850

Location: Acomb, Northumberland, NE46

County: Northumberland

Civil Parish: Acomb

Built-Up Area: Acomb

Traditional County: Northumberland

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Northumberland

Church of England Parish: St John Lee

Church of England Diocese: Newcastle

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NY 9366 (North side)

18/11 Middle Farmhouse


House, dated 1826 with initials I K (John Kitchen) in oval panel on door lintel.
Squared roughly-tooled stone with tooled quoins and dressings; Welsh slate roof,
1 brick stack. 2 storeys, 3 irregular bays. Right-of-centre renewed door with
plain overlight; 12-pane sash windows with slightly-projecting sills. All
openings in alternating-block surrounds. Coped gables; stepped end stacks, that
to left rebuilt. Right return shows 2 similar sash windows.

Listing NGR: NY9320766502

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