16 buildings recorded in the parish of Buckland

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Dungates Farm E16c TQ225501
A 3 bay hall house with added wing and later extensions.
Nos.1-3 The Green c1400 TQ222509
3 bays remain of a mediaeval hall house, with later additions.Now 3 cottages.
No.3 The Green - Privy 20c TQ222509
Corrugated iron privy,with vaulted roof and boarded door with little window
Harvesters L16c TQ226513
A timber framed frontage with catslide roof to the rear.
Jolly Farmer's Cottage 17c) TQ229508
Two 2 bay buildings of different dates joined by 2 chimney stacks.
Old Cottage L17c TQ230507
Built as a 2 bay house; by 19c,with added endshot & outshot, was 2 cottages.
Old Kemps Farm c1600 TQ221517
A 4 bay house with a late 18c parallel pile and modern extensions.
- Granary L18c TQ220518
A boarded granary,20' x 12' on 9 iron staddles.
The Old Post House, Buckland Village Store L15c TQ221509
Originally a 4 bay open hall with 17c brick front.
Petty's Farm L17c TQ219512
A quality stone T-shaped house with later additions.
Stonecrop M17c TQ220514
A 2 bay house with modern extensions,outshot & porch
Street Farm c1550 TQ222508
A 5 bay continuous jetty house with two separate smoke hoods, and additions. Stuccoed.
- Barn E16c TQ221509
A 5 bay boarded barn with massive timbers & added water tower,now a dwelling.
West Lodge L16c TQ221509
A free-standing 2 bay building,later joined onto the Old Post House.
Yew Tree Cottage M17c TQ228509
A 2 room stone cottage with end extensions & later inserted dormer windows.
Yewdells E18c TQ220507

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