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NOTES: This farmhouse, now two houses, dates from the late 15th or early 16th century with later additions.
NOTES: The original 17th and 18th century farm buildings were enlarged by Edwin Forbes of Forbes & Tate in 1911-1912.
NOTES: The original 17th and 18th century farm buildings were enlarged by Edwin Forbes of Forbes & Tate in 1911-1912. He also added the circular dovecote.
NOTES: A typical Queensland house is constructed of timber with a corrugated-iron roof. It is high-set on timber stumps with verandahs front and back.
NOTES: This early stone and brick Queensland farmhouse was built in 1852 and greatly extended in the 1860s.
NOTES: The house is mostly 17th century with an early 19th century front. The town of Wolverton, along with those of Bletchley, Stony Stratford and Milton Keynes, is part of the urban area of Milton Keynes, designated a new town in 1967.