Brimpton History: Byeways

Brimpton History: Byeways

Byeways today (c) Google Streetview

The bungalow known as Byeways appears to date to the early 1930s or 40s, when it was built by the owners of East View (now Eastbank) in what was their garden. The house was originally built to house the Brimpton Post Office (one of at least 4 present buildings that has housed this at one time or another!) – you can still see some of the features on the modern building, if you look closely.

The old shed you can see to the right of the photo was the farrier’s building, in what was until recently the car park of the Three Horseshoes.

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