Historic Grade-II listed Walbottle hall outside Newcastle up for sale

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    Chronicle Live, 17th June, 2014. "Walbottle Hall, a Grade-II listed building on the outskirts of Newcastle, has been put on the market by its current owner Norman Richardson. The hall contains eight bedrooms, eight reception rooms, three bathrooms, a large collection of outbuildings, a walled garden and more than an acre of land. It is also rich in history, with previous owners including several dukes of Northumberland, William Potter, grandfather of the industrialist Lord Armstrong...."
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    Link: https://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/local-news/historic-grade-ii-listed-walbottle-hall-7278972
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