13 buildings recorded in the parish of Bletchingley

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Brays Farm Barn 1857? TQ302494
A 5 bay timber framed threshing barn,probably removed from elsewhere.
Dysarts E17c TQ322534
Unusual house on a slope,kitchen & cellars below main rooms;attic over 2 rear wings & later additions.
No. 37 High Street c1496 TQ326508
A heavily built 3 bay house with a 2 bay hall, only one bay of which was open (a "half-floored hall").
Ivy Mill House 1698 TQ344512
A former central chimney house rebuilt in stone & brick,with outshot extended and built up in 18c.
Long Row L17c TQ341578
Formerly 2 cottages in a terrace of 6 - the others have gone.
Mill Cottage L16c TQ313501
A 3 bay house of 1½ storeys.
North Park Farm - Barn L17c TQ343523
A picturesque 6 bay barn,with one aisle,outshots & porch. Now converted into a theatre.
Place Farm E18c TQ326512
Part of a splendid courtyard house formerly Bletchingley Place,(Anne of Cleeves). Rebuilt in the 18th century on the gatehouse base.
- Barn L17c TQ328521
7 bay barn with attached stable block.
Pound Hill Cottage [demolished] M17c TQ327487
A 2½ bay house,with sunken 2 room outshot on the end of the building,perhaps a former mill house?
Rabys M16c TQ342498
A fine 4 bay 2 storey house,at one time made into 2 houses by adding another bay. Has many original features.
Spynes Barn [burnt out] 17c TQ315507
A burnt out 5 bay shell; sole remains of former hamlet of Worsted Green.
Yew Tree Cottage M16c TQ314528
3 bay timber framed house with large end bay open to roof. Fourth bay added 100 years later along with backing hearths.

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