Panaramic view

Harewell Hall  | OS Grid Ref: 418335,463963  | Site classified as: Orchard:Site Of  | HPG Ref: 60069

Map Evidence

1909 OS
Orchard to W of house. Plot no 1138, acreage 1.729 (which includes house and other enclosures).
1946 OS SE 16 SE
As above

Extract from Site Visit report

Site Description: Orchard
Site Access: Footpath through farmyard adjacent to orchard
NB: This is now diverted to the N of the house.
Visibility: Good
Micro climate: South-west aspect
North boundary: Dry stone wall – approx 2m20
South boundary: Dry stone wall – approx 1m
East boundary: Dry stone wall – approx 1m
West boundary: Dry stone wall – approx 1m
Buildings: N/A
Walkways / Gateways / Paths etc: Gateway from yard into enclosure on south wall
Natural features: N/A
Planting: Rough grassland
General Condition: Neat
Local knowledge: Orchard attached to 17th farmhouse, built by Ingilby family of Ripley.
Other comments: NFA
Recorder: MAH
Date: 18/1/10

Additional Information

An orchard is depicted to the west of a building called Harewell Hall on 1856/57 OS map. The area is 1.83 acres as shown on 1909 OS map.
A footpath runs east-west to the southern boundary wall, but there is no orchard today.

Extract from 1851 OS map centred on Site
Extract from OS Landranger map centred on Site
Extract from Google Map image map centred on Site
Harewell Hall farmhouse as depicted on an old postcard.
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