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Barn at Baron's farm, 1929 (photo J H Bullock) (Cambridgeshire Collection)

Baron’s Farm, Shepreth

Baron's Farmhouse

Listed Building

Two principal building periods. Early C16 and later C17. Late C16 part timber framed, on brick plinth, rendered, the front wall retaining some original pargetted panels with birds claw foot pattern. Long straw thatch with ridge at two levels, half-hipped to south west end, gabled to north east end

A barn nearby is dated 1763 on a tie beam.

The 1929 photo of the thatched barn. Later demolished.


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