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There is something immensely dreamy about relics from the past. From vintage gramophones to antique furniture, these little nuggets of history take us back to a much simpler time where when things broke, they were fixed, not thrown away.

If you’re a big softy for all things historical, this one is a must-read for you! This farmhouse’s 1800s exterior is just run-of-the-mill. The insides, however, will blow you away to a bygone era. Are you the type who’d simply love to live in, or own a house like this? Or would you remodel it? Don’t forget to tell us what you think!

Located on Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Grange Farm looks like a typical 1800s farmhouse from afar.

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But when you step inside, you’ll find that you just can’t judge a house by it’s cover.

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When siblings Jack and Audrey Newton recently passed away, a surprising secret was discovered. Here they are in their younger days.

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From the 1940s onwards, time stood still.

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The Newton’s farmhouse is being preserved forever, like a living museum. It is now open to the public.

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Since neither Jack nor Audrey ever married or had children, they lived together in this family farmhouse all their lives.

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They tended their farm until the 80’s and maintained the house just as their parents had left it.

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After their death, there was no one to inherit the estate and farmland. The home and its contents are up for auction.

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