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Fell Close, Healyfield (Castleside)

Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield 2002
Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield 2002

Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield 2002
Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield 2002

Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield 2002
Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield 2002

Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield 2002
Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield 2002

Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield 2002
Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield 2002

Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield © DCC 2007
Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield © DCC 2007

Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield © DCC 2007
Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield © DCC 2007

Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield 2002
Fell Close Cottage, Healeyfield 2002

This two storied deserted house has a small porch thatched with heather. The walls are made of rubble and clay, and the roof is supported by a cruck. It was built in 1760.

Reference number:D237
Historical period: Elizabethan (1558 to 1603)
Stuart (1603 to 1714)
Legal status:Listed Building
  • National Heritage List for England Entry Number: 1299441
Event(s):Tree-ring Analysis of Fell Close, Healeyfield, 2004; English Heritage

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Source of Reference
Local History of Castleside


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