23 buildings recorded in the parish of Wotton

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Avery's Barn L17c TQ146413
A 3 bay boarded threshing barn,doors gone;weatherboard on brick plinth.
Cherry Tree Cottage E18c TQ127440
Random stone cottage,2 rooms on each floor,good inglenook hearth. Ridge to roof.
Cockshot Farmhouse L16c TQ141430
A timber framed 4 bay house with later brick & tile hanging,some 18c windows - traces of open hall house.
- Outbuildings 19c TQ141430
3 bay open fronted shelter with feeding troughs & 5 bay ditto,one bay weatherboard to form store room.
Gosterwood Manor 15c TQ125414
3 bays remain of a mediaeval house; early 17c jettied wing with Oriel window.Modern additions each end in keeping.
- Barn M17c TQ125414
A 4 bay timber framed barn,lined internally with breeze blocks.
- Granary L18c TQ125414
7.5m x 4m granary,tile hung 2 sides & boarded the other 2,on brick staddles.Half hipped tile roof,stands below barn in farmyard.
Hartshurst 15c TQ140421
Mediaeval manor house of 4 bays,with 16c parlour wing,the front of this rebuilt in 18c.Smoke blackened rafters.
- Granary 18c TQ140421
12 staddles of brick with Horsham stone remain. 3 bays of re-used timber. Grain bins.
Lonesome Lodge,Broadmoor [demolished] M18c TQ132462
A brick & stone classical building;Ionic columns,pediments rusticated base by Theodore Jacobsen egg.
The Old Cottage,Broadmoor M17c TQ135457
Built as a 2 bay single storey stone house.Timber framed 1st floor added mid 17c. 2 storey Victorian end chimney added,also modern extensions.
Park Farm Cottage E19cTQ120483
A brick built L-shaped cottage butting on to Park Farm House, probably converted from original service wing.
Park Farm House c1700 TQ121484
Four unit brick house with central chimney, hipped roof & rear service wing,c1700. Wing converted into house E19c.Unusual plan.
Park - Aisled Barn 17c TQ121483
A fine 5 bay aisled barn.Rafters pegged at apex,central entrance,porch over E end. Shallow implement shed under N. end
- East Range barns [demolished] E19c TQ121483
A 3 bay barn in line with another 3 bay barn at right angles to North barn together forming 2 sides of a stock yard. Now demolished.
- Stable 18c TQ121483
A brick stable with hipped tile roof & 2 symmetrically placed iron-barred windows.Tiled floor,ceiled with beaded boarding.
- North Barn [demolished] 18c TQ121483
A 7 bay barn,with high stone cill set into hillside. Formerly used as a milking parlour. Now demolished.
- Granary 18c TQ121483
A 4 bay timber granary,with bins,set above a cart shed with brick walls.Rear outshot.
Pond Cottage,Broadmoor E18c TQ138453
A 2 bay stone with brick groins end chimney house.Originally end entry beside hearth.
Nos.1/2 Sheep Green E17c TQ140412
No.2 built as an outside chimney house of 2 bays & stair turret.No.1 added c1786,1 bay with outshot,end chimney & outshot
No.3 Sheep Green E17c TQ142413
A 3 bay 2 storey house with smoke bay.Divided into two late 17c.
No.3a Sheep Green E17c TQ142413
One bay of a smoke bay house,with an added bay,end chimney & outshot. Rare example of early house division.
Tanners Hatch [Youth Hostel] E16c TQ140515
2 bays remain of a larger house;one brick bay with end chimney has been added.Largely re-roofed in 20c.
Tillingbourne Cottage Broadmoor L15c TQ137457
A 2 bay house with 1 bay open hall;added chimney at rear.House now clad in stone with brick quoins.

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