30 buildings recorded in the parish of Elstead

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Apple Tree Cottage c1591 SU906436
Bridge House c1600 SU905435
No.3 Charles Hill Cottages E19c SU893444
Originally 3 cottages and a pottery kiln.
Church Farm E18c SU903434
Domford Cottage c1550 SU902429
The Donkey L18c SU892443
Forge Cottage L16c SU906433
Fullbrook Farm M18c SU905446
- Barn 18c SU906447
5 bay boarded barn on high brick cill. Half-hipped roof,staggered butt purlin construction with butt rafters & ridge board.
- Cart Shed 18c SU906447
The Gables c1432 SU903434
A fine 4 bay open hall house,unusually ornate with chamfered crown post & many stopped chamfers.
Millhouse and Mill 17c SU904438
Old Farmhouse M15c SU906437
A 4 bay open hall house by the bridge, well built and with fine carpentry features.
Old Farmhouse Cottage 15c SU906437
- Barn 15c SU906437
3 bay boarded barn with long passing braces. Originally with wattle & daub nogging. On ironstone plinth. New roof. No opposed entrances.
Peat Farm Cottage 17c SU904420
Polshot Manor E15c SU904441
Red House Farm E17c SU907425
- Barn E18c SU907425
4 bay boarded barn with porch. Roof half-hipped with gablet & raking queen struts. Original outshot.
- Stable 1690 SU907425
Springfield Farm c1500 SU907436
Nos.1/3 The Square M16 SU906436
Stacey Farm Cottage c1550 SU906437
Thundry Farm c1550 SU901440
- Barn 1593 SU900441
Barn,originally 3 bays,now 5 (one of brick), with half-hipped roof,clasped purlins & wind braces.
Tumblers Cottage L16c SU904434
Turners Farm L15c SU897442
- Barn 17c SU897442
4 bay boarded barn with half-hipped roof on an ironstone cill. Posts & ties are re-used.
Wayside c1550 SU908437
Yew Tree Cottage c1580 SU904432

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