DOMESTIC BUILDINGS RESEARCH GROUP (SURREY)


12 buildings recorded in the parish of Binscombe (Godalming)



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BuildingDateN.G.R.
Binscombe Farm - Front 15c SU967459
The front house of 2 separate mediaeval buildings at right angles ,later linked.
Binscombe Farm - Back E17c SU967459
2 bay back building with a 3rd bay in brick added at the North end. Built with a 1st floor,linked with front early 17c
- Old Barn Complex E17c SU967459
The barn is of 2 ranges at right angles - the older barn faces West - It has 6 bays of 3 builds.
- Granary E19c SU967469
The granary stands on 12 brick piers capped with square stone slabs parallel with the end of the farmhouse.
- Stone Barn L18c SU967459
This 6 bay barn was timber framed - is now stone clad and bricked over.
No.124 Binscombe Lane 19c SU967459
Two roomed end of terrace house on two floors. Roof has ridge piece.
No.125 Binscombe Lane E17c SU967458
An interesting house,it grew then divided. Nos 125/127 are linked in line.
Nos.126/128 Binscombe Lane E15c SU967458
2 dwellings are part of one mediaeval open hall house of 3 bays.No access to roof space.
No.127 Binscombe Lane (Walnut Tree Cottage) E17c SU967458
An interesting house,it grew then divided. Nos 125/127 are linked in line.
Nos.131-137 Binscombe Lane 14c SU967459
Nos.131 to 137 are a row of dissimilar cottages.Inside 131-135 is a very old mediaeval cottage.
Rosetree Cottage E16c SU967461
Built before 1550 as a 3 bay open hall house. Until 1831 a tenant's cottage to Losely House, with end outshots.
St.Christophers Cottage E16c SU969462
A 3 bay house with end smoke bay - always floored - inside 2 rooms.

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