Causeway House, Bardon Mill, Northumberland
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July's edition features Causeway House, an 18th-century farmhouse that is the only house in Northumberland still thatched in heather, known locally as 'black thack', and stands in the rolling fertile land behind Hadrian’s Wall. Past the front runs a Roman road, with the stump of a Roman milestone nearby that gives visitor access to the fort and settlement of Vindolanda. Indeed few houses in Britain can have so many traces of Rome around them.
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