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River Farm, Haslingfield

History of stables at River Farm, Haslingfield

Listed building:

House, now two dwellings. Mid C17, and 1711. Timber-framed, rendered, and soft red brick. Steeply pitched, tiled roofs with two ridge stacks, both possibly original, now rendered. One to the principal range has a recessed panel to the base with the date 1711 (now concealed).

Stable adjoining the house to the east. c.1711.


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