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ROWBURY FARM

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Farmstead, comprising an 18th century farmhouse and a group of ancillary buildings including barns and a byre.

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

Post Medieval farm complex with 18th to 19th century farmhouse, stable, granary, pigsty, barn, cow house and cart shed. Part of the original farmhouse was demolished during the late 20th century and a modern house built on the site.

OAKWOOD MILL FARM

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19th century brick farmhouse of several builds. It has been considerably altered inside to form two separate dwellings. The farmyard contains a number of farm buildings in various states of disrepair.

BANK HOUSE FARM

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Longhouse built 1754-6, converted to a farmhouse in the late 18th-early 19th century. Associated with the house is a cow house, stable, loose box and barn built 1780-1850.

MOOR FARM

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Upland farmhouse, and attached farmbuildings, of probable late eighteenth or early nineteenth century date. A Devonshire estate farm.

PEMBROKE FARMHOUSE

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Pembroke Farm consists of a house of two storeys, with clunch walls, white brick dressings, slated hipped roof, and a group of outbuildings of mid 19th century date. The farmhouse was rebuilt between 1844 and 1853. It represents the medieval manor of Castle St. Martin.

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

Farmhouse and farm buildings, late 18th century. The house has two storeys plus attics and is constructed from hammered sandstone with a pantiled roof, it has a crosswing and a 20th century outshut to the rear. The farm buildings are grouped around the stock yard and built from same materi...

GREYHOUND HOUSE

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Farmhouse with stable, barn and byre, used as a public house during the 20th century but converted back to a house by 1987. Two storeyed and roughcast, with slate roofs. The house is dated 1707, the stable 1711 and the rear extension 1732. The barn and by

BRASENOSE FARM

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

Stone farmhouse and barn built in the early 16th century. The associated farm buildings include a cruck-constructed stables, a barn and cow house built between 1557 and 1600. The farmhouse was demolished in 1970.

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

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