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Addycombe Cottages


Addycombe Cottages are located on Addycombe Gardens in Rothbury. The houses were built in 1873 by Norman Shaw for Lord Armstrong. They were built as cottages for retiring staff of the Armstrong household. There are two terraces; Nos. 1-12 (Grade II* listed building) and Nos. 13-19 (Grade II listed).

Rothbury Lord William Armstrong (1810-1900) Historic Buildings and Monuments in Rothbury 1873
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Addycombe Cottages, Rothbury

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Armstrong Cottages, Rothbury

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ADDYCOMBE COTTAGES WITH ATTACHED WALLS AND OUTBUILDINGS -Rothbury- List Entry
- "Nos. 1-12 26.3.73 consecutive) with attached rear walls and outbuildings (formerly listed as pact of Nos 1-22 Addycombe Cottages) II Terrace of houses 1873 by Norman Shaw for ...

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ADDYCOMBE COTTAGES - Rothbury - List Entry
- "Addycombe Cottages (Nos. 13-19 25.3.73 consecutive) with attached rear walls and outbuildings... Terrace of houses 1873 by Norman Shaw for Lord Armstrong, restored and rear walls reduced in ...

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Lord William Armstrong (1810-1900)
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Lord William Armstrong (1810-1900)
- Overview About William Armstrong William George Armstrong was born on 26th November 1810, in Shieldfield, Newcastle. He became a prominent engineer and industrialist who founded the Armstrong Whitworth company, producing armaments which ...

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List number: 1041930
List grade: 2*
Post code: NE65 7PD
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NU0593801947

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