39 buildings recorded in the parish of Leigh

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No.1 Brook Cottages L17c TQ225467
Single bay with outshot,2 storeys; one of a pair with central chimney(s),perhaps built as almshouses
Brook House L17c TQ226466
A smallish brick house. Large end chimney removed when Victorian parlour added with bathroom over.
Chantry Cottage E15c TQ224469
2 bays remaining of mediaeval hall house,steep pitched roof. Separate house added in line.
Charmans Farm L16c TQ214469
Dawes Mead M15c TQ218472
Originally a 4 bay open hall house,1½ bays rebuilt & chimney inserted, now brick faced and tiled hung. Modern wings on N side.
Gospel Hall [demolished] L19c TQ218471
3 bay corrugated iron pre-fab,match board lining. Demolished 10-16 October 1976
The Greenings M16c TQ239454
Built as a one bay open hall house, now bricked, with 18c, 19c & 20c additions. Shows on 1636 map of Shellwood Manor.
Herons Head Farm 16c TQ223450
4 bay timber framed house - former 2 bay open hall: moated site
Honeysuckle & Lavender M18c TQ208469
Look like a pair of 1920 semi-detached bungalows - in fact former almshouses
Hook Farm 17c TQ211471
A solid looking farmhouse,many Georgian features
Little Flanchford Farm E19c TQ233481
3½ bays with 2 end chimneys; looks like 19c building.
Little Mynthurst Farm M15c TQ236446
An impressive 3 bay open hall (originally) with an apparently contemporary separately framed wing. Modern wing joins it to the barn.
- Barn L16c TQ236446
3 bay barn,once part of farmyard,now incorporated as dining room at right angles to main building
Lowbridge Farm E19c TQ224264
An imposing Georgian house, 2 storey with cellar, much altered internally, now incorporating adjoining barn.
Nalderswood House M/L16c TQ241456
2 bay central smoke bay/hood with 17c, 18c, 1910 & modern additions
Oak Farm [formerly Shellwood Farm] 18c TQ217462
A comfortable Georgian building with some timber framing remaining: with its farmyard and buildings adjacent
- Barn [rebuilt] ? TQ217462
A 3 bay barn made from re-used timbers - replaced roof covered with corrugated iron
Oakleigh Grange formerly Bunts Common Farm L17c TQ208467
A fine brick squarish house. 2½ storeys in past,formerly on edge of Common.
Old Cottage L18c TQ218473
A 2 bay cottage with fine hearth & outshots,later bays added. Rebuild of 17c house. Now brick & half tile hung.
Old Oaks L17c TQ213469
A brick,half tile-hung,2 bay house.19c added bay formed 2nd cottage. Now one house with 20c additions.
Old School House & Old School L19c TQ224468
A school house enlarged 1884/5 with adjoining school rooms - a pretty Victorian building with stone quoins,decorative barge boards & tiles.
Orchard Cottage Shellwood Road M17c TQ206467
2 bays remain of a timber framed house. Later brick rendered additions create a picturesque complex.
Orchard Cottage Leigh Place Road L18c TQ224469
Addition to Church Grove farm; later divided into 2 properties. Was half a P.O. & General Store until 1955.
Park House Farm c1373 TQ218444
A very fine early 4 bay (2 open) hall house,with added wing, both early and high quality.
Priests House L14c TQ225468
A picturesque rambling house of many builds,some imported: central core of 2 bay hall with 2 bay jettied cross wing
Profits E18c TQ215459
A 4 bay 2 storey Georgian farmhouse, added bay & end outshot. 1st floor may be timber framed behind tile hanging.
Reeves Cottage M17c TQ233453
A comfortable 2½ storey farmhouse now clad in brick with tile hanging
Rigden Farm L16c TQ225454
A former 3 bay home farm gentrified with 'Georgian' & Victorian replacements. Some good timber framing still visible.
The Seven Stars E17c TQ218472
A 3 bay building,bricked & tile hung,with outshots at rear & W end.
Sheepcote Cottage 14c TQ230451
A single bay hall house - solar wing gone - with modern brick additional bay at other end
Shellwood Cross M16c TQ211444
A 3½ bay house, Horsham slab roof & tile-hung 1st floor - modern additions in matching style.
Shellwood Manor 17c TQ206459
A 17c 2 storey house encasing traces of earlier hall house, and with Georgian and later additions
- Barn E16c TQ206459
A 4 bay fine mediaeval barn,now used for calf boxes
- Granary 17c TQ206459
A brick built 17c pig-house,with 18c granary over - used a a village bakehouse in WW2.
- Stable L17c TQ206459
A late 17c 4 bay stable with hay loft all over
Snellings Cottage L17c TQ197459
A 2 bay end chimney house now bricked all round with modest extensions, built where 2 former trackways met.
Swains Farm, now Old Swains Farm c1470 TQ232463
A 4 bay open hall house, now re-roofed but with the remains of some fine ornamental features.
Thyme Cottage E16c TQ217471
Good quality service bay remaining of hall house gone
Willow Cottage - workshop L17c TQ214462
A 3 bay barn - reputedly from Sussex - with thatched roof and upper floor used for storage.

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