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Rectory Farmhouse, Barrington

History of Rectory Farmhouse

Listed building:

House. C15 open hall, C16 crosswing and 1772 main range to the south. Renovated. Timber framed, rendered, and red brick. Tiled roofs with end and ridge stacks. C15 open hall of two bays. Two storeys. Late C20 fenestration and openings. Rebuilt ridge stack.


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