Smithfield - Historic Places Days


Kisbey, Saskatchewan
House Museum/Homestead
SW4-9-5-W2, northeast of Kisbey, SK, Canada
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Smithfield is a 1903 stone manor house located in southeastern Saskatchewan. It was originally part of a large draft horse and grain farming operation but the house is all that remains. It was abandoned in 1988 but is now being restored, with exterior repointing work substantially completed in 2017. The site has been designated as a Saskatchewan municipal heritage site.


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SW4-9-5-W2, northeast of Kisbey, SK, Canada
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