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Top Farm, Newton

History of Barn Top Farm

Listed building:

House, probably early C17, with late C17 alterations and C19 lean-to at the rear. Timber frame, plaster rendered, and cased in yellow brick.

Barn, late C17. Dressed clunch on red brick plinth with red brick upper courses at eaves height and to gable ends.

Outhouse, formerly a dairy and coach-house. C19.



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