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S.L.W.Williams (2014) Level 2 Historic Building Survey, Yew Tree Farm, 21 Wards Lane, Yelvertoft, Northamptonshire, NN6 6LY. Midland Archaeological Services, Digby, Lincolnshire: Midland Archaeological Services, MAS/387/14.

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Document Details

TitleLevel 2 Historic Building Survey, Yew Tree Farm, 21 Wards Lane, Yelvertoft, Northamptonshire, NN6 6LY
ProducerMidland Archaeological Services
Place of productionMidland Archaeological Services, Digby, Lincolnshire
Other bibliographic detailsMAS/387/14

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Site details

Site nameYew Tree Farm, 21 Wards lane, Yelvertoft, Northamptonshire, NN6 6LY
Grid reference SP 460124 275503 (point)
Monuments and Finds      

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DescriptionLevel 2 Historic Building Survey of farm buildings at Yew Tree Farm prior to their conversion. Some 18th century fabric remaining but mostly mid/late Victorian structure. Some timber stalling and mangers survive. The buildings were originally intended as a hand threshing barn, stabling and other animal housing.
Associated identifier midlanda1-186455
Validation HistoryThis report has been submitted in association with an archaeological event recorded through OASIS. The details of this report have not been verified by the local authority Historic Environment Record who should be consulted for more information.