Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm

Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm The Spencer–Peirce–Little Farm is a Colonial American farm located at 5 Little's Lane, Newbury, Massachusetts, United States, in the midst of of open land bordering the Merrimack River and Plum Island Sound.

The farmhouse, dating to c. 1690, was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1968 as an extremely rare 17th-century stone house in New England. It is now a nonprofit museum Owned and operated by Historic New England and open to the public several days a week during the warmer months; an admission fee is charged for non Members.Description and historyIn 1635, John Spencer was the original grant

The farmhouse, dating to c. 1690, was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1968 as an extremely rare 17th-century stone house in New England. It is now a nonprofit museum Owned and operated by Historic New England and open to the public several days a week during the warmer months; an admission fee is charged for non Members.Description and historyIn 1635, John Spencer was the original grant

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