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Latitude: 55.0776 / 55°4'39"N
Longitude: -2.0285 / 2°1'42"W
OS Eastings: 398276
OS Northings: 575903
OS Grid: NY982759
Mapcode National: GBR G98Q.MM
Mapcode Global: WHB1T.TM7T
Entry Name: Hallington Hall
Listing Date: 5 September 1985
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1155634
English Heritage Legacy ID: 239644
Location: Whittington, Northumberland, NE19
Civil Parish: Whittington
Traditional County: Northumberland
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Northumberland
Church of England Parish: St Oswald-in-Lee with Bingfield
Church of England Diocese: Newcastle
NY 97 NE WHITTINGTON HALLINGTON
11/109 Hallington Hall
Country house. 1768 with later C18 and mid C19 additions and alterations.
For Ralph Soulsby. Later work for Trevelyan family. Garden front ashlar,
dressed stone elsewhere. Welsh slate roof. Irregular plan. 3 storeys.
Entrance front 5 bays. 3-bay centre has doorcase with Ionic pilasters, pulvinated
frieze and pediment, said to have been moved from present garden front. Flanking
Venetian windows on ground floor. 1st floor has 12-paned sashes in raised
surrounds. Similar windows on 2nd floor set in gabled ½-dormers with kneelers.
Projecting gabled left bay has ground-floor window with architrave, pulvinated
frieze and cornice on consoles. Similar window in slightly-projecting gabled
right bay inserted mid C20. 1st and 2nd floor windows in outer bays are 12-pane
sashes in raised surrounds.
Gabled roof with kneelers and ridged coping. Tall stone corniced conjoined
ridge and end stacks.
Garden front has rusticated quoins and 4 irregular bays. At left, 2 bays with
12-pane sashes in architraves. 3rd bay has narrow windows in architraves. 4th
bay has wide 2-storey canted bay window inserted in mid C19. 2nd floor windows
are gabled ½-dormers.
Interior has early C19 3-storey open-well staircase with panelled balusters
The home of G.M. Trevelyan from 1928.
Listing NGR: NY9827675903
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