Ovington Brewery (Ovington (Northumberland))
One of only six known sites in Northumberland where brewery-related structures survive. The 18th century Lumley's Ovington Brewery is now in residential use but retains ventilation openings and has kept the general appearance of the building almost unaltered. (2)
An early 19th century brewery built of coursed rubble with a pantile and stone slate roof. The brewery was converted into two houses after 1993 by Michael Drage the existing ventilation openings were retained and the general appearance of the building left unaltered. (3)
Late 20th Century (1967 to 2000)
21st Century (2001 to 2100)
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