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Search Aspect ( Moorfield House )
Location - Leeds & District

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Alma Road, Moorfield House (Headingley) (5 comments)
Black & White imageMarch 1983 View shows the doorway of Moorfield House situated on Alma Road. This house was built in 1866 for William Glover who was the owner of a Leeds chemical firm. Ornate stone carvings frame the door and fanlight windows. This building is still standing.
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Moorfield House Estate (Moortown) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated, View shows two person flats which were built after the War in the Moortown area. Situated at the junction of Stonegate Road and Scott Hall Road.
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Moorfield, from the rear gardens of Moorfield House (Gildersome)
Black & White image18th June 1979 View of Moorfield, a small estate of brick built terraced and semi-detached homes. The photograph is taken from the rear gardens of Moorfield House, a large stone built detached residence. Moorfield is located off Church Street.
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Moorfield, Moorfield House, rear view (Gildersome) (1 comment)
Black & White image18th June 1979 On the right of image is a rear view of Moorfield House, a large, stone built property with a considerable amount of land bound by perimeter larch fencing. A caravan is parked adjacent to the property. On the left is a red brick house, part of the Moorfield estate off Church Street, Number 69 Moorfield.
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Moorfield, showing Moorfield House, front and side view (Gildersome)
Black & White image18th June 1979 The substantial stone built residence on the left is Moorfield House. It has a front bay window and an elevated entrance to the side approached by flights of steps from the front and the rear. Two caravans are parked adjacent to the house. Homes on the right are part of an estate called Moorfield. They number from left to right, 69 to 63. The land in the foreground belongs to Moorfield House.
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