24 buildings recorded in the parish of Effingham

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Blacksmith Cottage 18c TQ117503
A 2½ bay flint & brick cottage,2 floors + loft room,single storey workshops in line,later used as hound kennels.
Browns L16c TQ118535
A re-build of a hall house,with central chimneys & smoking chamber. 17c & 18c service quarters added at back making a double pile.
Nos. 3,4,5,6 Church Cottages once formed a complex known as Ruffinshaw
No.3 Church Cottages L18c TQ118538
Latest building in a complex of 4 known as Ruffinshaw.A brick wing with triangular gable end outlined in brick dentils. Diagonal hearth.
No.4 Church Cottages L18c TQ118538
The SE corner of a former hall house's added rear wing. (Part of the complex known as Ruffinshaw)
No.5 Church Cottages E17c TQ118538
The South wing of a mediaeval hall house,timber framed bricked over.Cellar possibly inserted when the house was used as an Inn.
No.6 Church Cottages,Rookery Cottage E16c TQ118538
3 bay mediaeval hall house with internal jetty.2 brick wings on South side,plus 18c brick wing on SE. Built facing the church.
The Cottage E19c TQ124532
A double pile 2 storey house,symmetrical front of knapped flint with brick quoins.
Crosslands L15c TQ119533
A 3 bay mediaeval house with 2 bay hall & crown post roof,with a Georgian house added on front (not measured).
Dormers & Thorncroft L16c TQ117537
A 3 bay good quality house facing the church. Added parlour in line.
Effingham House - Ice house 19c TQ118532
Circular brick dome,earth covered;entrance tunnel random bond. Base not excavated.
Friars Elm M17c TQ117506
A 3 bay flint & brick house,now much altered;19c & 20c extensions on 3 sides.
Home Farm House E16c TQ117536
A mediaeval hall house with 2 surviving bays; 2 bay cross wing with another good quality 2 bay building now joined.
Huckamore (formerly Brickfield Farm) E18c TQ102553
L shaped brick house with possibly original outshot. Originally a brickmaker's house until the clay ran out.
Middle Farm E14c TQ117537
A 4 bay hall house,2 open;low end bay replaced by 2 bay cross wing. Inserted smoke bay,then brick chimney.
Norwood Farm 15c TQ109556
An imposing brick front hides a 4 bay mediaeval hall house,with a later crosswing of 2 bays. Fine timbers internally.
- Barn 17c TQ108556
A 9 bay barn with 2 porched exits,built in 2 sections of 4 & 5 bays. Open lean-to between porches.
The Old Cart Lodge Restaurant E19c TQ112501
Part of a large planned farmyard,14 bays terminating in a forge.
Old Hollies L18c TQ119535
A double pile house with semi-basement; 19c 2 storey extension to the N. Rendered with sash windows.
- Stable/Coach House L19c TQ119534
Brick building 7 metres long partitioned into coach house & stable with lean-to tack room. Now garages.
Old Post Cottage L17c TQ118537
Double pile symmetrical house,moulded brick cornice & front string course. 3 light windows,centre ones lift off hinges.
Old Post Office Cottages L16c TQ117537
One bay Tudor extension to an earlier building,not recorded. Formerly part of Home Farm.
Old Vicarage M18c TQ118573
L shaped red brick house,of several builds from 18c - mid 19c.
Old Westmoor Cottage L15c TQ116537
3 bay open hall house,added smoke bay,kitchen,1½ bays.Spectacular porch c1630.18c sunken dairy.
Western Cottage L18c TQ115537
A mirror image pair of boarded cottages,now one,much exteneded.

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