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Latitude: 55.0383 / 55°2'17"N
Longitude: -2.1255 / 2°7'31"W
OS Eastings: 392078
OS Northings: 571538
OS Grid: NY920715
Mapcode National: GBR FBL5.MQ
Mapcode Global: WHB1Z.BM3F
Entry Name: Humshaugh House
Listing Date: 24 May 1988
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1156020
English Heritage Legacy ID: 240025
Location: Humshaugh, Northumberland, NE46
Civil Parish: Humshaugh
Built-Up Area: Humshaugh
Traditional County: Northumberland
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Northumberland
Church of England Parish: Humshaugh St Peter
Church of England Diocese: Newcastle
HUMSHAUGH HUMSHAUGH VILLAGE
NY 9271 (North side)
13/266 Humshaugh House
House. Early C18 incorporating medieval or C16 fabric, enlarged to rear in
later C18. Brick front and rear, west end rubble, east end rendered; ashlar
rusticated quoins, dressings and cornice. Graduated Lakeland slate roof, stone
stacks. South elevation 2 storeys, 5 bays, symmetrical. Brick in irregular,
largely stretcher, bond. Plinth, sill bands, 1st floor band, modillion eaves
cornice. Central renewed glazed door with patterned fanlight, in eared
architrave with pulvinated frieze,cornice and pediment. Plate-glass sash
windows with wedge lintels cut to represent alternately-raised voussoirs;
ground floor sill band steped down beneath sills. Overlapped-slab coping to
gables, with rebuilt end stacks. Left return shows rear quoins of early C18
house with blocked stone-surround doorway above, beneath roof weathering of
Rear elevation similar to front, brick in English garden wall bond 1 and 3.
Doorway in eared architrave in porch which has renewed door flanked by rusticated
pilasters with moulded bases; moulded cornice with pediment, later infill,
rendered, to sides.
Interior renewed after serious fire in 1969. Central spine wall, rear wall of
early C18 house, 1.2 metre thick; probably remnant of an earlier defensible
structure. At one time known as the Manor House.
Listing NGR: NY9207871538
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