DOMESTIC BUILDINGS RESEARCH GROUP (SURREY)


11 buildings recorded in the parish of Wanborough

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BuildingDateN.G.R.
Inwood Farm - Granary E19c SU911485
A timber framed building lapped over the uprights and nailed.
- Later Barn [demolished] E19c SU911485
4 bay barn,framing of small scantling,machine cut,long braces & struts for lap boarding.
- Old Barn L17c SU911486
The old barn has 5 bays,one threshing floor,an aisle on the South & North side,& a West outshot with separate access. The axis is East-West.
Little Flexford E17c SU933502
3 bay early 17c central chimney house,2 storeys & attics added 17c, brick facade, mediaeval pottery in the grounds.
- Granary E19c SU933502
A Regency granary with shallow pyramid slate roof sitting on mushroom staddles.
Starlings L17c SU935491
A square rose-coloured brick faced cottage of 2 floors,2 rooms downstairs.
Wanborough Springs L17c SU935491
Originally a single storey service building projecting westward from NW corner of Wanborough Manor.
Wanborough Manor M17c SU935499
The manor features in the Domesday Book - now 2½ stories brick house.
- South Wing, "The Court" M17c SU934490
The South wing overlaps the Manor by 40cm and is constructed quite separately. Joined in 19c & then blocked again. Parallel to the Church.
- Great Barn or Tithe Barn c1388 SU934489
A long barn,a few yards from the church,built between 1350/1400. 7 bays with aisles on both sides.
- Smaller Barn M17c SU934492
A small 3 bay barn in the corner of a field some distance from the farm.

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