Saturday, 12 September 2009

Belford Hall, Northumberland


Belford Hall is a an 18th century mansion house situated in Belford in Northumberland. It was designed by architect James Paine and built in 1752. Two wings were added in 1818 designed by John Dobson. It was requisitioned by the army during the Second World war and then became neglected and fell into disrepair. It was acquired by the Northern heritage Trust in the 1980s and was converted to residential apartments.

1 comment:

  1. The idea of living in such a historical building is fantastic! I'm also glad that it found new life. It would have been a shame to just let it completely waste away.