Historic property on Northumberland coastline to be restored and brought back into residential use

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    Chronicle Live, 16 APR 2023. "...A historic Northumberland property is set to be restored and be brought back into residential by a specialist heritage housebuilder. Shoreston Hall, in Northumberland, dates back to the 18th century and sits between Seahouses and Bamburgh, with views looking out to the North Sea. Now, Morpeth-based company Ida Homes has bought the property and plans to sensitively restore the building....."
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    Link: https://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/historic-property-northumberland-coastline-restored-26697111
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