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Nos 1 & 2, Clark Place

The two houses at Nos 1 & 2 Clark Place in Belford, were formerly one house with an attached dairy. They were originally built in the early 18th century; the left 2 bays were added in the early 19th century. Nos. 1 & 2 are Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.[1]

Clark Place Historic Buildings and Monuments in Belford with Middleton
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Clark Place, Belford

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Cottages in Clark Place Belford

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1 AND 2, CLARK PLACE - Belford, List Entry
- "2 houses, formerly one house with attached dairy. Early-mid C18. Left 2 bays added early C19. Random rubble with pantiled and Welsh slate roof. 2 storeys, 6 irregular bays. No. …

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Clark's Place in Belford village. This picture was taken around the year 1910.
- Northumberland Archives Service holds over 120,000 photographic images relating to the history of the county of Northumberland. The quality of the photographs mounted on this website has been reduced. High …

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List number: 1233353
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NU1090334033


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