28 buildings recorded in the parish of Holmwood

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Anstiebury Farm E16c TQ157442
Much rebuilt 5 bay house. Mid 16c roof reconstructed on crown post ties:other early 15c features.17c parlour wing added.
Betchetts Green formerly Buckland Cottage L16c TQ169447
A 3 bay cottage with smaller former smoke bay at one end;chimney;further bay & back wing added later.
Chadhurst Farm L17c TQ152469
17c 2 storeys with attics & cellar,with fine 18c brick wing facing South.
Cherry Tree Cottage L18c TQ169446
A symmetrical 3 bay central entry house with many additions in matching style.
- Bakehouse E19c? TQ169447
A detached bakehouse with brick oven, incorporating the outside privy with its own door and window.
Cinders Cottage L16c TQ179451
2 bay cottage on the edge of the common - had been a Verderer's home."Victorianised" as an entrance lodge.
Collickmoor Farm M17c TQ152457
A 3 bay random stone with brick groins house with cellar & attics & back timber framed wing. Kitchen wing may be an older house.
Folly Farm L18c TQ167452
A fine stone gentleman's farmhouse,2 storeys with cellar under - almost square plan,double pile roof,central gutter.
- Barn 17c TQ167452
3 bay barn with central wagon entrances. English bond brick plinth. Roof replaced with King posts.
Holmwood Park Farm, formerly Swytes L18c TQ182450
A 3 room plan brick house with 19c outshot,wing & fine double stack chimney.
- Granary 18c TQ182450
2 bay boarded granary over implement shed.
Moorhurst c1600 TQ165438
Originally a smoke bay kitchen at right-angles to and separate from a 3 bay end chimney house,all now within 18c additions.
Nutcracker Cottage, formerly Royston Cottage L17c TQ169470
Originally 2 bay 2 storey end chimney house,now additional bay & 2 outshots.
Oakdale Cottage - bothy c1870 TQ171453
A reputed former Crofters cottage - 3.9 x 7.0 m.
The Old Cottage 19c TQ177455
Built as 2 mill-workers' cottages,now in one occupation.Rat-trap brickwork walls including internal partitions.Rough roof timbers cut from Common
Old Nags Head Cottage E18c TQ169462
Dressed stone facing the road,random elsewhere,built up outshot.
Redlands Farm L16c TQ164464
A 3 bay house with additions either end.Jowl posts & arch braces & framing for smoke hood?
- Barn E16c TQ163462
3 bay timber framed,massive jowl posts;later an added bay & door away from farmyard.
- Granary E19c TQ163462
Gable-ended,on brick pillars,light scantling with brick nogging.Has been used as a dwelling.
- Milking Parlour 18c TQ163462
3 bay gable-ended weatherboarded on a high brick cill,variously used,a milking parlour when recorded.
South Lodge c1790 TQ177448
A 2 bay Estate cottage with outshot along whole of back.For some time used as a Penny School.
Stoneheal E17c TQ172450
A 2 bay cottage with end chimney & entry (unusual in Surrey). The Horsham stone graded roof has since the report been replaced with tiles.
Stumbleholt E17c TQ180470
A 3 bay house with contemporary 2 bay jettied parlour wing,and an early small rear wing - perhaps a stair turret?
- Stables & Coach House E19c TQ180471
A coach house,double stable & a smaller tack room,with an outshot at back.
Vigo Farm E17c TQ171444
A bricked over 3 bay smoke bay house.
- Dairy L18c TQ171444
A separate building SW of main house,but linked to an adjoining cottage.
Waterlands Farm 1590TQ184458
A 2½ bay smoke bay house of two storeys and integral attic,transitional in having both early and late features.
The Willows M19c TQ169465
A symmetrical double pile house,sash windows; bays on ground floor & porch added.Brickwork painted white - some rat-trap bond.

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