Newton Surmaville was built between 1608 through 1612 by my 11th Great Grand Father, Robert Harbin. Alson known as Harbin Manor. It is located in Yeovil, Somerset, England. Until August 2006, after the passing of Sophia Rawlins - Newton Surmaville had been continuously occupied by a long line of descendants of Robert Harbin for over 396 years! My visit in March 2002 is an experience that I will never forget.
Newton Surmaville House, Yeovil, Somerset, England
Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, England
It will be mine, oh yes, it will be mine.
Newton Surmaville House Yeovil England
Beyond the garden gate... Barrow Court, Somerset, England (by archidave on Flickr)
Spires and rooftops, Bath, Somerset, England
Clocktower, Brympton D'Evercy, Nr Yeovil, Somerset
Cottage at Stogursey Castle The gatehouse built within the grounds of the ruined Stogursey Castle in Somerset which is now let as a holiday cottage.
ARCHITECTURE – another great example of beautiful design. Summer House of Montacute House, Somerset
Burrow Mump, Somerset
Pulteney Bridge on the Avon, Bath, Somerset, England
Dunster is a village and civil parish in west Somerset, England, situated on the Bristol Channel coast.
U.K. Compton Bishop, Somerset, England // Flickr: by archidave