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Coordinates: 54°30′50″N 1°34′05″W / 54.514°N 1.568°W / 54.514; -1.568 Blackwell Grange Blackwell Grange  Blackwell Grange shown within County Durham OS grid reference NZ280132 List of places: UK • England • County Durham Blackwell Grange is an early 18th century country house, much altered in the 19th century, now an hotel, at Blackwell, near Darlington, County Durham, England. It is a Grade II* listed building. The house was built about 1710 for George Allan, a wealthy industrialist who died in 1748. The three storey five bayed central block was extended in the mid 18th century by the addition of two substantial two storey five bay wings and a ten bay south garden front. Allan left the estate to his granddaughter and in 1785 it passed to her cousin James Allan of Darlington. In 1828 it was bequeathed to George Allan and from him it later passed in about 1850 to a cousin Robert Henry Allan (High Sheriff of Durham 1851), whose mother was Hannah Havelock. In 1880 another cousin Sir Henry Havelock Bt. came to the property on the condition that he changed his name to Havelock-Allan. The Havelock-Allan Baronets held the estate until after the death of the second Baronet in 1953. The Estate park is now a golf course, The Blackwell Grange Golf Club, and the house is a Forestdale Hotel. References English Heritage: Images of England, photograph and architectural description of listed building A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland Sir Bernard Burke (1862) 4th Ed Pt 1 p 12. Google Books. Allan of Blackwell