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Home Farm Newton

History of Home Farm Newton

Listed building:

House, possibly of C16 origins with C17 alterations, enlarged and altered again in 1900.

Barn, C18. Dressed clunch with pebblestone to one gable end and the rear wall rebuilt in common brick.

Barn, C18. Dressed clunch with red brick quoins except for the front wall which is timber-framed and weatherboarded.

Dovecote, C18. Clay bat, dressed clunch, flint and red brick. Plain tiled roof with original landing stage.


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