Northgate House was in Bazehill Road where Northgate Close stands today.
It is famous for having been the home of Sir Edward Carson. He was an MP, holding Cabinet and senior judicial positions at the time of the Great War and was prominent in Ulster affairs. His wife is buried near the door of St Margaret’s churchyard.
After Sir Edward’s death the property was rented as an extension to the school at Down House.
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