MHG17007 - Rosehall House & Walled Garden


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  • HOUSE (Post Medieval - 1560 AD to 1900 AD)

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An early C19 mansion at Rosehall.

ARCHITECT: Alexander Ross (I.A. Sept 10, 1873) Improvements

The house and its adjacent walled garden were listed at Category B in 1971.

Woodland History Rosehall & Glencassley, Bell-Ingram Forestry Dept (see copy in file NC40SE0014 - ie mining): "the canal was however used for the transport of facing stone & timber for Rosehall House constructed by uniting 2 existing houses together in 1823 (burnt to ground in 1870) A landscape painting of the House at this period shows extensive woodland on the lower ground etc etc" NB the grounds are apparently formed by landscaping old mining spoil heaps - see same file for corres - HAW 12/2003

See also:
NC40SE0020 Rosehall, North Lodge
NC40SE0021 Rosehall, kiln
NC40SE0025 Rosehall, water garden, iron gate
JHooper, 20/09/2001

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Grid reference Centred NC 4749 0157 (58m by 47m) (2 map features)
Map sheet NC40SE
Geographical Area SUTHERLAND
Civil Parish CREICH

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