Loxbrook Farm, Broadclyst, Devon. Building appraisal (OASIS ID: acarchae2-386752)

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Loxbrook Farm, Broadclyst, Devon. Building appraisal (OASIS ID: acarchae2-386752)

An historic building appraisal was undertaken to inform proposals for change of use of former agricultural buildings. The present farm was built in the mid 19th-century (between 1842 and 1888), and replaced an earlier farm on a different, nearby site. The buildings included a threshing barn, stable, linhay, and pigsties. A small extension was added to the farm buildings soon after construction. In the second half of the 20th century part of the north range suffered a fire, and was not rebuilt. Later 20th-century changes included replacement of the roofs to the remaining farm buildings.


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