- Jun 7, 2014
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Not an awful lot is known about this Farmhouse.
The property is grade 2 listed & describes as dating from Mid C1600, Timber frames with early facade. Front elevation cement rendered.
Right gable end red brick on the ground. floor the banded plain and fishscale tiles to first floor. Plain tiles on the roof. 5 timber framed bays, with continuous jetty to rear and probably originally also to front. 2 storeys on plinth. Projecting eaves with flat soffit. Steeply pitched hipped roof with gablets. Red brick stack in front slope of roof with gables.
Addictions to rear of 3rd quarter circ 1900/1910.
The vehicles here are were of the main attractions for me, but the house itself has some lovely overlooked features.
Very relaxed explore here but I am led to believe the house is pretty well sealed now & they are not so keen on visitors these days.
Even the barns had an interesting selection of items left.
Back inside the house
Proper nice loo!
Back outside & will finish with the vehicles
Thanks For looking