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Farm Buildings at Beamish Hall Farm

A Grade II Listed Building in Stanley, County Durham

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.8829 / 54°52'58"N

Longitude: -1.6662 / 1°39'58"W

OS Eastings: 421512

OS Northings: 554294

OS Grid: NZ215542

Mapcode National: GBR JCTZ.2D

Mapcode Global: WHC43.CJTJ

Entry Name: Farm Buildings at Beamish Hall Farm

Listing Date: 2 December 1969

Last Amended: 21 January 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1240809

English Heritage Legacy ID: 439355

Location: Stanley, County Durham, DH9

County: County Durham

Civil Parish: Stanley

Traditional County: Durham

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): County Durham

Church of England Parish: Stanley and South Moor

Church of England Diocese: Durham

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Listing Text

NZ 25 SW STANLEY BEAMISH MUSEUM
8/152 Farm buildings at
2/12/69 Beamish Hall Farm
(Formerly listed as Farm
buildings at Beamish Home
Farm)
GV II
Farm buildings, consisting of former midden and foldyard enclosed by byres,
barn and shelter shed with cart shed behind, and gingang attached to barn; pig-
sties form fourth side of midden yard, and walls with muck pump attached form
fourth side of fold yard. Boiler engine house at end of barn. Now museum.
Late C18 to mid C19, with c.1973 restoration. Double square plan, the farmhouse
(q.v.) forming the east side of the midden yard. Coursed squared sandstone
rubble with quoins and ashlar and brick dressings; iron pump; Welsh slate and
pantile roofs with stone gable copings. 2 low storeys; 4- and 5-bay byres on
west and north sides of midden yard; 5-bay shelter shed and 4-bay barn on west
and north sides of fold yard.
Brick-arched low segmental openings to byres and shelter shed, and to 2 bays
of barn; small louvred loft openings in each range at eaves. Gingang to north
of barn has stone piers and half-octagonal roof. Boiler house attached to west
end of barn has tall round brick corniced chimney on ridge of hipped roof;
other ranges gabled.
Pig sties and one earth-closet attached in midden yard have round-coped stone
walls forming enclosures on side away from yard; flat stone lintels over
entrances to sties; pantiled roof. Fold yard has round-coped wall forming
south side, and external cast iron pump for extracting liquid from yard; 2
square piers form wide entrance to yard. Gin gang contains horse engine of
c.1830 resited from Berwick Hill Low House Farm, Ponteland.


Listing NGR: NZ2151254294

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

Description

NZ 25 SW STANLEY BEAMISH MUSEUM
8/152 Farm buildings at
2/12/69 Beamish Hall Farm
(Formerly listed as Farm
buildings at Beamish Home
Farm)
GV II
Farm buildings, consisting of former midden and foldyard enclosed by byres,
barn and shelter shed with cart shed behind, and gingang attached to barn; pig-
sties form fourth side of midden yard, and walls with muck pump attached form
fourth side of fold yard. Boiler engine house at end of barn. Now museum.
Late C18 to mid C19, with c.1973 restoration. Double square plan, the farmhouse
(q.v.) forming the east side of the midden yard. Coursed squared sandstone
rubble with quoins and ashlar and brick dressings; iron pump; Welsh slate and
pantile roofs with stone gable copings. 2 low storeys; 4- and 5-bay byres on
west and north sides of midden yard; 5-bay shelter shed and 4-bay barn on west
and north sides of fold yard.
Brick-arched low segmental openings to byres and shelter shed, and to 2 bays
of barn; small louvred loft openings in each range at eaves. Gingang to north
of barn has stone piers and half-octagonal roof. Boiler house attached to west
end of barn has tall round brick corniced chimney on ridge of hipped roof;
other ranges gabled.
Pig sties and one earth-closet attached in midden yard have round-coped stone
walls forming enclosures on side away from yard; flat stone lintels over
entrances to sties; pantiled roof. Fold yard has round-coped wall forming
south side, and external cast iron pump for extracting liquid from yard; 2
square piers form wide entrance to yard. Gin gang contains horse engine of
c.1830 resited from Berwick Hill Low House Farm, Ponteland.


Listing NGR: NZ2151254294

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