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This building is the oldest known house in Lymington. A Georgian brick facade conceals a timber-framed house of jettied construction and believed to date from the 15th C. During the renovation items found included children's shoes some hundreds of years old.

26-27 High Street, Lymington, United Kingdom

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Lymington's first National School, St. Barbe's, was built here in 1835 /6, operating until 1994. With National Lottery, councils' and much voluntary support, it was refurbished during 1998/9 as the St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery

St. Barbe Museum & Art Gallery, New Street, Lymington, United Kingdom

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Lymington Community Centre

Lymington Community Centre, New Street, Lymington, United Kingdom

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This house built in 1765, was for many years the home of the St. Barbe family. Charles, and influential businessman was a Saltern owner, the First Banker, and five times Mayor of the Borough. Francis Walsingham St. Barbe was an early partner in the law firm of Moore and Blatch, founded 1797, who are the present owners of the property.

Bellevue House, 48 High Street, Lymington, United Kingdom