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Hartford Hall


Hartford Hall is a large country house located by Hartford Bridge near Bedlington in Northumberland. The Hall was built in 1807 by William Stokoe for William Burdon (1764–1818), a local mine owner and liberal philosopher. Substantial alterations were made to the building in 1875 for Augustus Burdon [1]. The Hall was later used as a Miners' Rehabilitation Centre, but was converted to luxury flats by 2004 [2]. The Hall is a Grade 2* Listed Building. 

Bedlington Historic Buildings and Monuments in West Belington Civil Parish Private Residence Bedlington Hartford Bridge (village) Grade II* Listed 1807
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Hartford Hall, near Bedlington

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Gateway to Hartford Hall

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HARTFORD HALL - List Entry
- "Country house, now Miners'Rehabilitation Centre. c.1807 by William Stokoe, for William Burdon, altered c.1875 for Augustus Edward Burdon. Tooled ashlar with service wings of tooled-and-rnargined stone, meat ...

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Private Residence
- A private residence - generally not somewhere you can visit and go inside! The building may have been added to this Website because of it being a Listed Building or ...
Hartford Bridge (village)
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Hartford Bridge (village)
- Overview Map Street View Hartford Bridge is a small village in Northumberland, located a mile North of Cramlington and just over a mile South West of Bedlington. The village is by ...
Bedlington
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Bedlington
- Overview About Bedlington Map Street View Bedlington is a town in Northumberland, located by the northern banks of the River Blyth, about 10 miles north of Newcastle and 4 miles south ...
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Hartford Hall families win estate fight
- The Journal, 6 July 2013. "Families on the exclusive Hartford Hall estate have succeeded in buying the freehold of the exclusive estate..."

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List number: 1041423
List grade: 2*
Post code: NE22 6AG
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ2448580126

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