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 ====== Robert Smith Farm (BE 1073) ====== ====== Robert Smith Farm (BE 1073) ======
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 Sitting on Ashby Fork Road in neglected condition, yet externally intact, the Robert Smith House represents the center-chimney I-house popular in the county in the second and third quarters of the 19th century. ​ The tall, narrow windows and simple, full-width porch suggest the house was built after the [[Civil War]]. ​ Also on the property are a timber-frame barn, concrete tile silo, smokehouse and privy. Sitting on Ashby Fork Road in neglected condition, yet externally intact, the Robert Smith House represents the center-chimney I-house popular in the county in the second and third quarters of the 19th century. ​ The tall, narrow windows and simple, full-width porch suggest the house was built after the [[Civil War]]. ​ Also on the property are a timber-frame barn, concrete tile silo, smokehouse and privy.
  
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