Blenkinsop Hall (grid reference ) is a privately owned castellated 19th-century country house situated on the banks of the Tipalt Burn near Greenhead, Northumberland. It is a Grade II listed building.
The estates passed to the Coulson family by the 1727 marriage of the Blenkinsop heiress to William Coulson. Colonel John Blenkinsop Coulson built the present two-storeyed, five-bayed house on the site in about 1800, and the property was extended and improved later in the 19th century with the assistance of architect John Dobson.
Edward Joicey purchased all the Blenkinsop estates including the Hall in about 1876.
- A History of Northumberland (1840) John Hodgson Pt 2 Vol 3 pp133–4
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