16 buildings recorded in the parish of Horsley,East

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Church of St Martin - Belvedere c1860 TQ095528
Small decorative building at corner of the churchyard with pyramidal roof & decorative bricks
Crocknorth Farm c1600 TQ102508
A timber framed central chimney house of 2½ storeys with butt purlins-in-line & wind braces
- Coach House L19c TQ102508
Large 3 bay rectangular building of flint with brick quoins
Duncombe Farm Cottage E17c TQ092547
Timber framed central chimney house of 4 bays (original farm house)
Horsley Evangelical Church 19c TQ091548
7-bay flint & brick barn typical of the Lovelace Estate with opposing low doors, converted to a Church in 1950s.
Horsley Towers M19c TQ098530
This magnificent house was extensively sketched by DBRG but is quite beyond our powers of recording. Incomplete report.
Newmarsh Farm - Granary and Cartshed L18c TQ107566
3 bay granary over a cartshed. By 2003 almost demolished by neglect
- Stables L18c TQ107566
Half the range of brick stables survived in English bond with rounded headed doors.
Old Green Dene Cottage 15c TQ095511
3 bay mediaeval hall house with 3 bay 17c house added and 19c Lord Lovelace improvements
The Old Rectory M18c TQ093542
Symmetrical brick house of 2 storeys & attics of Mid 18c was considerably renovated in 1789
Polepit Cottage 1863 TQ093517
A 2 roomed 2 floored Lovelace Estate cottage with rear outshot
Rowbarns Grange - Barn 1870 TQ101522
A 5 bay flint and brick barn of the Lovelace Estate
Rowbarns Manor L18c TQ101522
A late 18c house of 2 storeys & cellar almost surrounded by later builds of 1812 or earlier. (1812 scratches on a window by an apprentice)
- Granary 19c TQ101522
Square weatherboarded (vertical) granary
Whites Hill 1729 TQ095539
A pair of brick double pile cottages, each with central hearth but sharing one large chimney
- Stable 1728 TQ095540
Small stable contemporary with the two cottages

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