Hethpool House, Kirknewton
Hethpool House is an Edwardian house at Kirknewton, near Wooler, Northumberland which has Grade II listed building status. Built in 1919 on the site of a late 17th-century house which had been the seat of Admiral Lord Collingwood, it was improved in the Arts and crafts style in 1928 for Sir Arthur Munro Sutherland Bt. .
The grounds include the remains of an ancient pele tower, Hethpool Tower, which was a small fortified 14th-century tower house, and which is now a Scheduled Ancient Monument and Grade II listed building.
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