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New House Farm

New House (Newhouses) and the neighbouring Lea Gate farms are situated in and odd offshoot protruding from the Southeast corner of Malham Moor township, bounded by Bordley township to the East and South and Malham to the West.


Below is a facsimile of the Sale notice for the farm dating from 1803.


New House farm External Website logo is a National Nature Reserve now owned by the National Trust and is still farmed traditionally External Website logo to protect its unimproved hay meadows, which support an amazing 30 species of plants per square metre. View the many species the area around the reserve supports External Website logo.
NEW-HOUSE Barn and Outbuildings Calf Croft House Close Colt Bottom Close head Close foot Stephens Ground Malham Style Walker Field Stack garth Dale Bent and Rakes Bordley Inclosure Pasture MASTILLS Flock Rake and High Mark Mr. Stephen Sharp Mr. Peart Thomas Taylor Newhouses 1803

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