An exterior view of nos. 11-12 Houndgate, showing the front elevation of the two houses from the north

11 Houndgate, Darlington
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No 12 Including Wall Running From Corner of House, 12 Houndgate, Darlington
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No. 11 is a late 18th century house of seven bays, three storeys and a basement. The central bay is slightly wider than the rest and has a panelled door with three rectangular fanlights and a small pediment supported by large corbels. It was previously used as the town Clerk's Office.

To the left is no. 12, a two storey house with a basement and five bays. It has a round headed window in the central bay of the first floor, and a projecting porch with a door and segmental fan lights.

The Red Box Print has been given the number AA42/08563.


This is part of the Series: WOO02/01 Series of negatives taken for the National Buildings Record; within the Collection: WOO02 George Bernard Wood Collection


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Photographer: Wood, George Bernard


Georgian House, Georgian Office, Georgian House