Keys to the Past

Headlam Hall, The Green, Headlam (Headlam)

Headlam Hall, South-East Front  © DCC 2002
Headlam Hall, South-East Front © DCC 2002

Headlam Hall, North-West Front  © DCC 2002
Headlam Hall, North-West Front © DCC 2002

Headlam Hall, North-West Front  © DCC 2002
Headlam Hall, North-West Front © DCC 2002

Headlam Hall, South-West  © DCC 2002
Headlam Hall, South-West © DCC 2002

Headlam Hall, South-West Entrance detail  © DCC 2002
Headlam Hall, South-West Entrance detail © DCC 2002

This is a listed building. Headlam Hall is a country house with a 17th century core which perhaps incorporates oler stonework. However, a mid 18th century entry block and an early 20th century north wing obscure this. The 17th and 18th century buildings are constructed of dressed sandstone, the 20th century north wing of dressed ashlar.

Reference number:D35497
Historical period: Elizabethan (1558 to 1603)
Georgian (1714 to 1830)
Victorian (1837 to 1901)
Early 20th Century (1901 to 1932)
21st Century (2001 to 2100)
Legal status:Listed Building
  • National Heritage List for England Entry Number: 1121082
Event(s):Watching brief at Headlam Hall, County Durham, 2005; The Brigantia Archaeological Practice

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Source of Reference
Local History of Headlam


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