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Willow Farm, Barton Road, Haslingfield

History of Willow Farm

Listed building:

Barn, now stables. C18. Timber-framed, weatherboarded and longstraw thatched.

The house has queen struts at either end. The later gable end chimney shows a date of 1825 and typical East Anglian feature of bricks set at an angle.

(Walk and Look  Around Haslingfield pub 1994).


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