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  • Reason for inclusion: Contender for Yoxley Old Place, the home of Professor Coram and scene of the murder

    Accessibility: Private residence

    Description: A black and white building with a recessed frontage and pillars supporting a Tudor-style overhanging upper floor with three projecting Oriel windows. Above are steeply pitched roofs and sharply-peaked gables. Situated in Lower Shorne, 150 yards from The Crown Inn.


    The house, which had a cottage in its garden as described by Watson, was built in the 1870s by the Revd Tufnell Barrett who spent a great deal of time designing and building idiosyncratic houses and cottages on his property.

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