Historic houses of the area

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The following pictures show various houses from Belton and Burgh Castle built in the previous century’s

Built by T.V. Palmer

Built by T.V. Palmer

This picture is of “Coronation Terrace” in Burgh Castle built by local builder T.V. Palmer of Gorleston – on – Sea in the 1950’s

Renovation of No1 Station Road North Belton showing original brickwork prior to being re-rendered.

cot3 cot4No1 Station Road

No1 Station Road (1)

No1 Station Road (2)

No 1 Station road after being re-rendered and all freshly re painted ready to be placed on the market in 2013.

Possibly the oldest building in Belton

Possibly the oldest building in BeltonThis is recognised to be the oldest building in Belton Known as “Old Dame School” and later this was a Doctors surgery.

Hall farm Beccles Road Belton

Hall farm Beccles Road

Hall farm on Beccles road. This old farm house stands on the edge of the village on Beccles road.

Beech Farm house Beccles Road

Beech farm stands on the corner of Beccles Road and Church lane, and has been owned by the Botwright family since the early 1950’s.

Beech Farm Barn Beech Farm House 2 Beech Farm House 3

Views of Beech corner & farm house from Beccles Road

Beech Farm inside yard Beech Farm old cow sheds Beech Farm Stables

The old stables at Beech farm.

These are general views of Beech farm in the early years of the 21st Century

Inglenook house on Station Road

Inglenook station road (5) Inglenook Station road (4) Inglenook Station Road (3) Inglenook Station road (2) Inglenook station road (1)

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