This house, built some time before 1840, is situated on the west side of Bedford Place opposite Carlton Place. In 1861 it was the residence of John Snook the local architect/builder responsible for building many of the houses in the Bedford Place area. In 1882 it was bought by major-general William Robert Farmar, who had fought in the Crimean War (1853-57) and the Indian Uprising of 1857, and who was later the Assistant Commandant of Netley Hospital. It has also been known as Trinity House and is Grade II listed.

Bedford House, 77 Bedford Place

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Photograph, c.1980


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