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Gate-Piers, Walls and Gates South of Church of St Edmund

A Grade II Listed Building in Bearpark, County Durham

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Latitude: 54.7824 / 54°46'56"N

Longitude: -1.6301 / 1°37'48"W

OS Eastings: 423886

OS Northings: 543120

OS Grid: NZ238431

Mapcode National: GBR KF14.WF

Mapcode Global: WHC4P.X2X1

Plus Code: 9C6WQ9J9+XX

Entry Name: Gate-Piers, Walls and Gates South of Church of St Edmund

Listing Date: 14 January 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1323211

English Heritage Legacy ID: 109991

Location: Bearpark, County Durham, DH7

County: County Durham

Civil Parish: Bearpark

Built-Up Area: Bearpark

Traditional County: Durham

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): County Durham

Church of England Parish: Bearpark

Church of England Diocese: Durham

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NZ 24 SW
(North side)
5/2 Gate-piers, walls
and gates south of
Church of St.Edmund

Gate piers, walls and gates. Probably c.1879 by C. Hodgson Fowler. Sandstone
ashlar gate piers and wall coping, on brick walls; wrought iron gates. 2
piers are square towards boundary walls and half-octagonal towards gates,
and have steeply-sloped octagonal tops with pointed coping of lower pitch.
Dwarf walls behind flank drive to church and have low gabled coping. One
wide and one narrow gate; spiral-headed uprights and dogbars, and plain stay
from wider gate on west to drive wall.

Listing NGR: NZ2388643120

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