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

Remains of a fortified house, first recorded in 1522, converted into a bastle-like house in the late 16th century, and now incorporated into a two storey farm building. The upper floor was probably rebuilt in the late 16th or 17th century. The ground floor has a square headed doorway in th...

LOWER COURT FARM

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Barn and stables 50 yards south of Lower Court Farmhouse. Built of coursed rubble with a pantile roof the barn dates from the late 15th -early 16th century. The building was altered in the late 16th-early 17th century. Extensive remodelling occured in the 18th century, this included the ad...

MERTON MANOR FARM

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Merton Manor Farm, which stands on a site formerly bounded by a moat to the north east and east, consists of a farmhouse and buildings. The two-storeyed house, framed and partly plastered is of two main dates. The west cross wing and central range are of the late 15th or early 16th century...

STRAPP FARM

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Two-storey, two-unit house with central entry and two-storey rear wing built of Ham stone and dated 1576. Substantial re-building occurred in the mid-17th century and another phase of building is dated 1792. A series of farm buildings is associated with the house.

FIVE GABLES

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Farmhouse and associated outbuildings. The farmhouse is of partly one and partly two storeys with some attics, mostly framed and plastered, with various brick casing and underbuilding, and tiled roofs. It has a 15th or early 16th century nucleus, originally an open hall. During the 17th ce...

LOW BIRKWITH FARM

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Barn Low Birkwith Farm. Large seven-bay barn, with hay/crop storage, possible threshing area and two byres. Constructed of dressed sandstone and built in the 18th century.

COUGHTON COURT

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The manor of Coughton is recorded in the Domesday Survey. Its medieval manor house was moated and occupied the site now occupied by the post-medieval house. Early maps show the position of the moat, the house and outbuildings, including a barn, dovecote and slaughter house and the gardens...

CHURCH FARM

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Farmstead, 18th century and later; long range of three barns, also granary, cart shed, stable, horse or cattle shelters.

WHITELY FARM

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L-plan with cross-passage 17th century farmhouse with 17th century barn and dovecote.

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

Earthwork remains of a moated fortified manor house with associated fishponds, known from documentary evidence to have been built in 1221 and rebuilt in the reign of Henry VIII. Empty and in poor condition by 1675 but repaired circa 1692. Barns, stables and other outbuildings, including a...