Description"A confusion of names for this grand house in a small village near Bedlington. Nedderton also boasts an impressive schoolhouse built in 1846 and funded by the Earl of Carlisle (see [[NZ2381]] for a photo). Pevsner, in his Buildings of England, is slightly less impressed by the house: "A tall rather plain house, now subdivided. The oldest part, at the E end, is probably C17; it was enlarged to the W in the early C18, heightened and refenestrated later in the same century, and enlarged to the rear in the C19."" Photo by Alan Fearon, 2005.
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Added by: Simon Cotterill
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Picture Taken: 2005-12-13