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Abbey Farm Barns (Faversham)

Abbey Farm Barns are historic buildings in the ancient Kent town of Faversham.

They are monastic, timber framed and weatherboarded barns, situated down near the creek which links to the Swale, and are among the few surviving buildings of Faversham Abbey.

Major Barn, the larger of the two, dates from around 1500.

The smaller, Minor Barn, was built about 1350 and is still in use as a working sawmill.

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