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Newlyn, West Green, Barrington (RGL 2022)

Newlyn, 14 West Green, Barrington

History of Newlyn

Listed building:

House. Early C14 aisled hall with a crosswing to the west of two building periods, c1550 and early C17. A small wing was added to the south east c1650. Timber framed, plaster rendered and old tile roofs. Three ridge stacks. One inserted in the aisled hall is early C17 and has red brick base with moulded brick cornice and diagonally set grouped shafts. The other two are similar and both mid-late C17.


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