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IoE Number: 239410
Photographer: Mr Thomas Sealy
Date Photographed: 08 June 2002
Date listed: 07 March 1985
Date of last amendment: 07 March 1985
Grade II*

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NY 88 SEBELLINGHAMHOLE6/29Hole bastle, 20 yardsnorth of Hole farmhouse

NY 88 SE BELLINGHAM HOLE 6/29 Hole bastle, 20 yards north of Hole farmhouse GV II* Bastle house. C16. Long sides heightened and 1st floor windows added C18. Random rubble 4½ ft thick with boulder plinth and stone slate roof. 2½ storeys. 35 ft by 22 ft. Original ground-floor doorway now blocked on left return and later door inserted on right return. Slightly later stone outside stair to original 1st floor doorway with chamfered surround and rebates for harr-hung door. C18 windows to either side. 2 smaller original windows, re-set above are 16 by 18 inches and have chamfered surrounds with holes for 2 vertical iron bars. Similar window to rear and 2 slit windows on right return; also 5 pigeon holes above alighting ledge in right gable. Interior has barrel-vaulted ground floor with narrow ladder-hole to 1st floor. Fireplace on 1st floor has timber lintel and square recess to right. Rustic wood stair to attic. Shielings and Bastles: Ramn, McDowell, Mercer. HMSO. 1970.

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