This old nineteenth century barn, part of Place Farm, Patcham stood in semi-isolation for many years with only a nearby dewpond for company. However when the Ladies Mile estate developed started in the early 1930s the housing tide gradually crept nearer to, but stopped short of the barn and other farm buildings from the south on 13 August of that year, while the very fine view of the barn in close-up was taken on 2 June. In much more recent years Eastwick Close has been built here. The old building still stands but has been converted and put to residential use.
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