Halfway House, Arnwood Close, Bentley.

An early 18th century farmhouse, built of red brick with purloined and tiled roof, and parapet verges. The original windows have all been replaced with modern casements. The building was originally occupied by the Bentley Hall farm bailiff, when Bentley Hall was still in use. It possibly stands on an ancient farmstead and is locally listed.

The building has had a variety of uses during the last century. It has been part of a police station and later used by the local authority. After being empty for a number of years it is being lovingly restored by its present owner.

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