Country house. c1695-1705 for Sir Edward Blackett, possibly to designs by Sir Christopher Wren; north and south wings added on east side c1775.

Newby Hall from the garden
Newby Hall, Newby with Mulwith Andrew Abbott
Location map of Newby Hall, Newby with Mulwith, England. Click to enlarge.
Aerial view of Newby Hall, Newby with Mulwith, England. Click to enlarge.

Quick Facts

Go Historic ID
452888
Listed Building ID
1150307 view listed building data
Article Title
Newby Hall
Coordinates
54.1016480° N, 1.4695130° W map · aerial
Grid Reference
SE 34786 67436
Street Address
Newby Hall Gardens
Postcode
HG4 5AE
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Listed Building Description

Text courtesy of Historic England. © Crown Copyright, reprinted under the Open Government License.

The following amendments should be made to the entry for Newby Hall, Newby Park, Newby with Mulwith (Item 1/28):-

Line 1 of the list description should be amended to read:- 'Country house. Completed by 1697 (Morris, p97) for Sir Edward Blackett, possibly to.....

Line 62 of the list description should be amended to read:- 'organ, possibly by James 'Athaeneum' Stewart, stands against the south wall' .

Line 83 of the list description should be amended to read:- 'bookcases by Belwood remains in the withdrawing room, after extensive C19 and'....

Lines 146, 147, 148, 149, 150and 151 of the list description should be amended to read:- 'Royal and Fountains Abbey Estate of the Vyner family. Mary Vyner inherited Newby in 1915 having married Lord Alwyne Compton in 1866 (he died in 1911); they were the grandparents of the present owner. J Hodgson, History of Northumberland, (1827) Reprinted 1973, Vol 2, p 258. Robin Compton, Guide to Newby Hall, 1987. Jill Low, 'William Belwood: Architect and Surveyor', YAJ 56, 1984, p 131... read more

Page Info

Place ID
452888
Title
Newby Hall, Newby with Mulwith, England
Date Added
October 8, 2013
Last Updated
May 6, 2022