An exterior view of Clarke Hall, showing the north entrance of the house
- Clarke Hall, Wakefield
- Photograph (Negative)
The house dates to the late 17th century and has a 17th century style garden to the south. The north front is symmetrical and has five bays. The first, third and fifth bays are projecting and gabled, and have a single window. The entrance is in the central bay, under a shallow Tudor arch. The gable has three urn finials.
The house was used as a living museum until 2012.
© Historic England Archive
Photographer: Wood, George Bernard
Door, Stuart House, 20th Century Museum
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