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Name:Well Hall
NY SMR Number:MNY14578
Type of record:Building
Last edited:Dec 15 2009 1:58PM

Protected Status

  • Listed Building (I) 332673: THE HALL
  • Conservation Area: Well Conservation Area
Grid Reference:SE 267 820
Parish:Well [2167]; Hambleton

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Full description

This building is of significant importance, as it includes a three storey building dating to circa the thirteenth century, including an undercroft. A watching brief revealed post medieval and possibly medieval deposits within the undercroft. Previously unrecorded elements of the building (e.g. windows) were also discovered during the renovation work. (1)

Sources and further reading

<1>SNY7535 - Report: Alison Clarke, Archaeological Consultant. 06/1998. Archaeological Watching Brief and Excavations at Well Hall, Well, Near Bedale. Clarke, A.
<2>SNY12580 - Catalogue: Yorkshire Vernacular Buildings Study Group. 02/2009. Yorkshire Vernacular Buildings Study Group List of Building Reports. Report number 1083.

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