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Yew Tree Farm / Yew Tree Cottages, historic farmstead, Polesden Lacey

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Listed building (Wotton no. 1/126) Grade II. 17th century and later farmhouse on earlier site. Farm shown here on 1614 map (SRO 34/3); also referred to in late 16th century records. The site could be of great antiquity as it stands on a possible old hatch site known as Flood Gates. These...

Hotbank Farmhouse

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Imposing double pile farmhouse, the two service rooms of which comprised the 18th century farmhouse. Two new parlours were added to the front before 1837, which pre-dated the building of the L-shaped arrangement of the farm buildings. Its position in the incline between Crag Lough and Hotb...

HICKS FORSTAL FARM

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The present farmhouse was built in the mid 20th century but occupies the site of the farmhouse shown on the 1838 tithe map. the main farmyard is to the west of the house and was altered in the late 19th century.

Highshield Farmhouse

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In 1860, Highshield comprised of two linear steadings originally dating back to c1700 on either side of the farm track; East and West High Shield. Highshield had long been in the ownership of the Blackett family. Simon Wilkinson of Highshield signed the General Release on 9th March 1745 (Z...

BEERLAND FARM

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Beerland farm is mentioned in a Court Book of 1505-56. Before 1655 the farm was sold off from the manor of Luxborough Eve and from 1808 the land was managed by other farmers. The tithe map of 1843 shows a house only and this is thought to have been demolished by 1861.

BRIDGE FARM

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Dairy farm, built circa 1880 and located on the Crewe estate.

BIRCHENCLIFFE HOME FARM

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Home farm complex built for the Turner family of Shrigley Hall circa 1825 with later nineteenth century alterations and additions. Partly demolished in the later twentieth century. The L-shaped farmhouse forms the eastern corner of a courtyard of buildings set around a rectangular pond. Th...

LITTLE NEW HOUSE FARMSTEAD

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Remains of a farmstead identified as `Stuckleys on the tithe map of 1837. It is shown on the map comprising four buildings arranged in a square with a house on the northeast side. The Ordnance Survey first edition map of 1889, however, shows two agricultural buildings and yards. There is n...

FINGER FARM

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The farmhouse forms the northwest side of the farmstead. A two-storey building with two attic rooms, a single storey lean-to on the north gable and another single storey addition on the northeast front. Built of local rubble limestone with a plain tile roof. The earliest phase dates from t...

LOWER FARM

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The farmhouse was built c1870, to replace an earlier house that stood further north before the construction of the railway line. The farm buildings are earlier than the house, though it is difficult to say how much earlier. The farmhouse is built of brick and roofed with tiles; it has the...