The beautiful stone-built Oddfellows Hall in Weldon

Fancy owning a beautiful bit of history in Weldon?

Take a look around the former Oddfellows Hall

By Kate Cronin
Tuesday, 16th June 2020, 12:10 am

An historic Weldon building used as a dance hall for American servicemen during the war has gone on the market.

The former Oddfellows Hall, converted to a stylish five-bedroom home, was built in 1890. Its original owners, The Oddfellows, was a society set up to provide friendship, charity and welfare. The Weldon Stone hall in High Street was home to a branch of the Oddfellows and its meeting room was used as a dance hall for local people and serviceman stationed at nearby US Air Force bases during WWII.

It’s now a beautiful house with a host of original features over three floors including stripped floors, oak beams a stunning inglenook fireplace, a huge garden and a kitchen to die for.

The home is on the market with Chris George The Estate Agent for offers in the region of £600,000.

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