Sandon Home Farm

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Description:A view of the farm house, showing the fine ashlar stonework and doric collonades. It was built for Lord Harrowby in 1777, a year after he bought the Sandon Estate. The architect was Samuel Wyatt and it was built at a cost of £2,000. The farm included the farm house, a dairy, stables and a barn.

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Image courtesy of: Mr D. Baddeley

Donor ref:DB04 (151/21288)

Source: Mr D. Baddeley

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