Keys to the Past

Ash Cleugh Farmhouse (Hartleyburn)

Ash Cleugh Farmhouse, Hartleyburn. Photo by Peter Ryder.
Ash Cleugh Farmhouse, Hartleyburn. Photo by Peter Ryder.

The farmhouse dates back to the late 16th or early 17th century when it was probably a bastle. Although the building is now in ruins, there are still a few original features. These include the east wall which is over one metre thick, the square-headed byre doorway and a possible narrow window known as a loop. The bastle was probably altered and added to in the later 17th century as well as in the 19th century. By then the building had become a rather superior farmhouse in Tudor style. This is a Grade II Listed Building protected by law.

Reference number:N6114
Historical period: Post Medieval (1540 to 1901)
Legal status:Listed Building
Event(s):PHOTOGRAPHIC SURVEY, Towers and Bastles in Northumberland 1995; P RYDER
WATCHING BRIEF, Ash Cleugh Farmhouse 2010; P Ryder

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Source of Reference
Local History of Hartleyburn


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