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In   1959,   the   Government   recognized   the   need   for   protecting   our   Heritage   by   listing   buildings   of   Historical   Significance.   Today   there   are   over 370,000   listed   buildings   in   England.   These   range   from   Roman   Palace   remains   to   Victorian   factories   &   even   thatched   boundary   walls!   In   Dorset alone   there   are   9,906   listed   buildings;   a   total   unequalled   by   2/3rds   of   the   other   counties   of   England.   Bere   Regis   has   55   listed   buildings;   including the Grade I listed Parish Church. The   listings   were   compiled   under   a   Royal   Commission   on   Historical   Monuments   (RCHM).   They   have   since   been   amalgamated   into   English Heritage who have renamed them the National Monuments Record. Parish Church of St John the Baptist Grade I Parish   Church.   Pre-Conquest   origin,   largely   rebuilt   in   C12.   Further   enlarged   in   C13,   C14,   C15,   C16.   Restored   c   1875,   G   E   Street   - Architect.   Nave of 5 bays, north and south aisles, chancel, west tower, south porch. Tower   C16,   of   3   stages,   of   stone   and   flint   chequer   work   Inset   angle   buttresses,   with   pinnacles,   finishing   below   parapet.   Projecting   octagonal   stair turret   on   north-   west.   Battlemented   parapet,   with   pinnacles.   Top   stage   has   3-light   windows   with   pierced   stone   infil panels Second stage has a 2-light window in west wall flanked by canopied niches. West   door   has   4-centred   arch   and   carved   spandrils.   Nave   and   aisle   roofs   of   lead.   South   aisle,   part   rebuilt   in   C19,   has lower   walls   of   stone   and   flint   banding   -   upper   walls   of   brick   and   flint.   Windows   with   reticulated   tracery.   Eastern   window, of   5-lights   in   3-centred   arch   -   C16.   South   porch   c   1875,   of   brick   and   flint   banding   has   stone   slate   roof   with   coped   gable. Waggon-type roof. 2 fire-hooks fixed over inner door. Chancel   -   C15,   has   rough   ashlar   walls.   3-light   windows   with   Perpendicular   tracery.   East   window   contains   some   C13   material   -   reset   in   C19. Chancel roof stone slated, with coped gables. Angle buttresses to chancel. North aisle C14, rebuilt in C19 - re-using original windows. Walls   of   stone   and   flint   banding.   Square-headed   3-light   windows.   Doorway   with   moulded   2-centred   arch.   Internally,   3   centre   bays   of   north   aisle, early   C12,   have   circular   piers,   plain   caps   and   plain   pointed   arches   of   2   orders.   Corresponding   bays   of   south   arcade,   late   C12,   have   carved   caps and   chevron   moulding   to   arches.   Eastern   bays   originally   led   into   transepts   -   now   incorporated   in   aisles.   West   bays,   C13   -   an   extension   of   the original   church.   Tower   arch   C15,   with   panelled   soffits.   Chancel   arch   C14,   of   2   orders.   Squints   each   side   of   chancel   arch.   Chancel   roof   C19   -   of   4- centred   waggon   form.   Good   late   C16   canopied   table   -   tomb   in   north   wall.   East   end   of   south   aisle   -   Turberville   chapel,con-   tains   2   similar monuments and one earlier tomb recess west of these. Late   C15   nave   roof,   of   arch-braced   tie-beam   form   with   king   and   queen   posts   and   mock   hammer-beams   incorporating   figures   of   the   apostles. Carved   bosses   to   tie-beams   -   all   members   much   enriched.   Repaired   and   re-coloured   c   1875   and   in   C20.   North   aisle   has   C15   lean-to   roof.   Nave pews incorporate re-used C16 carved ends. Font C12, with interlaced arcading. A church of great interest - the nave roof outstanding. RCHM Monument 1. Listed on 20th NOV 1959. West Street Nos 59 & 60 Grade II Pair   of   terraced   cottages.   Probably   C18.   Walls,   lower   part   of   brick,   upper   parts   tile-hung,   with   some   ornamental   tiling.   End   wall roughcast. Thatched   roofs,   brick   end   and   centre   stacks.   One   storey   and   attics.   Entrances   at   rear.   On   front   elevation,   ground   floor   has 3   casement   windows   with   horizontal   glazing   bars.   Evidence   of   earlier   blocked   openings. Attic   has   3   ½-dormers   with   casements   with glazing bars. Dormers at rear have remains of lead lights. RCHM Monument 8. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 No 72  Grade II End   terrace   cottage   on   corner   of   Butts   Lane.   Mainly   C19   -   possibly   earlier   origin.   Walls   part   brick,   part   pebble-dash.   Thatched roof,   brick   end   stack.   2   storeys.   Front   wall   buttressed.   C20   glazed   door.   One   casement   window   on   each   floor.   Elevation   to   Butts Lane,   of   one   storey   and   attic,   has   brick   walls,   tiled   roof   and   brick   end   stack.   C20   casement   windows.   Included   for   group   value. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984  Woodbury Cottage (No 74)  Grade II Terraced   cottage   -   part   used   as   shop.   Probably   C18.   Roughcast   walls,   thatched   roof,   brick   end   stacks.   2   C20   glazed   doors   and   C20   shop   front. Ground   floor   also   has   2   casement   windows   with   horizontal   glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   3   casement   windows   with   glazing   bars. Single-storey   extension   to   east,   a   former   outbuilding,   now   part   of   shop,   has   brick   walls   and   tiled   roof.   C20   glazed   door   and   shop window in this section. RCHM Monument 7. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984. No 75    © Mr Ron Holmes    ARPS   grade II Terraced   cottage.   Probably   C18.   Walls,   lower   part   plastered,   upper   part   brick,   thatched   roof,   brick   end   stacks.   2   storeys.   C20   flush   door.   Ground floor   has   2   double-hung   sash   windows   with   glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   2   C20   casement   windows.   Single-storey   outbuilding   on west,   linked   to   that   of   No   74,   has   plastered   walls   and   tiled   roof,   and   one   double-hung   sash   window.   Included   for   group   value. RCHM Monument 6. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984. No 83   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS   Grade II No image available End   house   of   terrace.   C18.   Walls,   lower   part   plastered,   upper   part   brick,   with   dentil   cornice.   Tiled   roof   with   stone   eaves   courses   and   moulded coped   gables,   brick   end   stack.   2   storeys   and   attic.   Panelled   door   under   flat   hood   on   shaped   brackets.   Ground   floor   has   a   canted   bay   window   with hipped   slate   roof   and   double-hung   sashes.   First   floor   has   2   double-hung   sash   windows   and   one   blocked   window.   RCHM   Monument   5.   Date   listed : 28 MAR 1984 The Post Office (No 85A) & A C Morse & Son (No 85) © Mr James Loxton Grade II Pair   of   shops   -   possibly   originally   one   house.   C17   (RCHM).   Rough   east   walls,   hipped   thatched   roof,   central   brick   stack.   Post Office   has   C20   shop   front   with   panelled   door.   First   floor   has   2   double-hung   sash   windows   with   centre   glazing   bars.   No   85   has   a central   part-glazed   door   and   2   C20   shop   windows.   First   floor   has   2   double-hung   sash   windows   with   glazing   bars.   RCHM Monument 4. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 The Drax Arms, including the attached stable at rear   Grade II Public   House.   C18   origin,   altered   in   mid-C19.   Roughcast   walls   with   smooth   plastered   quoins.   Tiled   roof;   half-hipped   at   west   end.   Roughcast stacks   -   one   at   east   gable,   one   rising   from   front   eaves.   2   storeys   and   attic.   Ground   floor   has   one   part-glazed   door   under   gabled hood   on   brackets.   One   similar   door   under   flat   hood,   continuous   over   adjoining   canted   bay   window.   One   similar   bay   window   - both   with   double-hung   sashes.   One   3-light   double-hung   sash   window.   First   floor   has   3   double-hung   sash   windows. Attic   has   one hipped   dormer   with   casements.   Projecting   rear   wing   at   west   end,   of   brick,   part   plastered,   and   tiled   roof.   At   east   end,   a   C19 single-storey   projecting   rear   wing,   of   brick   and   tile,   links   the   main   block   to   a   C19   former   stable   -   brick   with   slate   roof,   of   one storey and attic. Plain ledged door with loft door over, under gabled dormer. Included for group value. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984. No 87   © Mr James Loxton   Grade II Attached   house.   C18.   Plastered   walls,   with   brick   dentil   cornice,   tiled   roof   with   coped   gable   at   west   end,   brick   end   stacks. Double-pile   plan   with   parallel   gabled   roofs.   2   storeys   and   attic.   Panelled   door   under   small   hood   on   shaped   brackets.   Ground floor has 3 double-hung sash windows. First floor has 4 similar windows -3 with glazing bars. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984. The Central Stores (No 88)   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Attached   house,   used   as   a   shop.   C18.   Plastered   walls,   with   brick   dentil   cornice.   Tiled   ½-hipped   roof,   brick   end   stack.   L-shaped plan.   2   storeys   and   attic.   C20   shop   front.   First   floor   has   3   C20   casement   windows. Attic   has   2   hipped   dormers   with   casements with glazing bars. 2 storeyed rear wing of brick with tiled roof. RCHM Monument 3. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984. No 89   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS  No image available Grade II Detached   cottage.   C18.   Brick   walls,   with   dentil   cornice.   Hipped   tiled   roof,   withstone   eaves   courses,   brick   stack   at   rear.   L-shaped   plan.   2   storeys. Entrance   at   rear.   Ground   floor   -   at   front   -   has   2   canted   bay   windows   under   a   continuous   slate   pentice   roof,   with   double-hung   sashes.   First   floor has   2   double-hung   sash   windows.   2-storeyed   rear   wing,   and   a   single-storey   rear   lean-to,   all   of   brick   with   tiled   roofs.   RCHM   Monument   2.   Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 No 90   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II End   house   of   terrace.   Probably   C18.   Roughcast   walls,   tiled   roof,   brick   end   stacks.   2   storeys.   Central   panelled   door   under canopy   on   shaped   brackets.   Ground   floor   has   2   double-hung   sash   windows   with   glazing   bars   (one   recently   altered).   First   floor has 4 double-hung sash windows with glazing bars. Date listed : 20 NOV 1959. Nos 91 & 92   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Centre   and   end   houses   of   terrace   -   one   now   a   shop.   Probably   C18.   Brick   walls,   tiled   roof,   brick   end   and   centre   stacks. panelled   door   under   canopy   on   shaped   brackets.   In   No   91,   ground   floor   has   one   double-hung   sash   window.   First   floor   has   2 similar   windows,   all   with   segmental   heads,   and   centre   blind   window. Attic   has   one   hipped   dormer   with   casements   with   glazing bars.   Shop   has   2   C19   shop   windows   and   3   double-hung   sashes   on   first   floor,   with   segmental   heads.   Date   listed   :   20   NOV 1959. Date of last amendment : 28 MAR 1984 The Royal Oak Inn, including attached stable range on south © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS   Grade II Public   House,   on   corner   site.   Early   C19.   Walls   part   brick,   part   roughcast   -   all   colour   washed Tiled   roof;   brick   end   stacks   -   one   roughcast.   L-shaped plan.   2   storeys   and   attics,   with   basement   in   south   wing.   C20   door,   under   hood   on   shaped   brackets.   Ground   floor   has   2   3-light double-hung   sash   windows   with   glazing   bars   and   segmental   arches.   First   floor   has   3   similar   windows.   Attic   has   3   hipped dormers   with   casements   with   glazing   bars.   East   elevation   of   south   wing   has   2   canted   bay   windows   on   ground   floor   and   2 double-hung   sash   windows   on   first   floor.   Attached   single-storey   stable   range   at   rear   of   south   wing,   of   brick,   with   tiled   roof. RCHM Monument 10. Listed on 20th NOV 1959. The Cedars (No 26) including attached boundary walls on north-west © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Attached   house.   Early   C19,   extended   to   east   in   mid-C19.   Plastered   walls,   with   brick   dentil   cornice   at   eaves.   Tiled   roof,   plastered   end   stacks.   2 storeys.   C20   door   in   C20   classical   style   surround   and   hoof.   Ground   floor   has   2   3-light   windows   with   ornamental   glazing   -   cast iron - and raised surrounds. First floor has 2 similar windows and one similar 2-light window above door. Late C19 extension has plastered   walls   and   slate   roof,   and   2   casement   windows   on   first   floor.   Internally,   contemporary   cut-string   staircase   has   spandrel brackets   and   wreathed   handrail.   Attached   boundary   wall   on   north-west,   plastered,   with   tiled   capping,   extending   down   Church Lane. An attractive Regency-style house. Date listed : 20 NOV 1959. No 34   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS   Grade II Detached   house.   Mid-C18.   Brick   walls,   thatched   roof,   brick   end   stack.   L-shaped   plan.   2   storeys.   Moulded   panelled   door   under   moulded   hood. Ground   floor   has   one   double-hung   sash   window   with   glazing   bars,   and   one   inserted   canted   bay   window   with   moulded   cornice, and   double-hung   sashes   with   glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   3   double-hung   sash   windows.   Internally,   main   ground   floor   boom   has large open fireplace with timber lintol. RCHM Monument 13. Listed on 20th NOV 1959 Manor Farm House (No 35) © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   house.   Early   C18.   Brick   walls,   mid-C20   concrete   tiled   roof,   brick   end   stacks.   2   storeys.   Ledged   door   in   classical surround   with   moulded   hood   on   shaped   brackets.   Ground   floor   has   3   double-hung   sash   windows.   First   floor   has   4   similar windows. C19 rear wing, of brick, with slate roof. RCHM Monument 14. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 No 40 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   cottage.   Late   C18   -   early   C19.   Plastered   walls,   mid-C20   tiled   roof,   brick   end   stacks.   2   storeys.   Central   glazed   door   in timber   surround   with   simple   reeded   pilasters   and   flat   hood.   Ground   floor   has   2   double-hung   sash   windows   with   vertical   glazing bars.   First   floor   has   3   similar   windows.   2-storeyed   rear   wing,   of   brick,   has   tiled   roof   with   some   fish-scale   tiling. Also   a   C20   single- storey extension. RCHM Monument 18. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 North Street This street has 9 listed buildings Townsend Farm House © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   farmhouse.   Late   C18,   enlarged   in   C19.   Brick   walls   -   parts   of   west   wall   roughcast,   tiled   roof,   brick   stacks   with oversailing   caps.   L-shaped   plan.   2   storeys.   Entrance   in   east   gable   wall.   Main   south   elevation   (facing   Cow   Drove)   has   3 casement   windows   with   glazing   bars   on   each   floor   -   ground   floor   windows   segmental-headed.   C19   single   storey   addition   on north side of main south range. RCHM Monument 65. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984. Date of last amendment : 28 MAR 1984 Nos 6 and 7 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Pair   of   cottages   -   originally   one   house.   Late   C16-early   C17   origin,   enlarged   in   C18,   further   enlarged   and   divided   in   C19. Plastered   cob   walls   on   brick   bases,   hipped   thatched   roof,   brick   stacks.   One   storey   and   attics.   One   ledged   door   and   one   part- glazed   door.   Ground   floor   has   5   casement   windows   with   glazing   bars. Attic   has   remains   of   dormers   with   casements   with   glazing bars.   Large   open   fireplaces   -   part   blocked   -   and   some   exposed   ceiling   beams.   Under   repair   at   time   of   survey   -   1983.   RCHM Monument 24. Date listed : 25 MAY 1982. Date of last amendment : 25 MAY 1982 No 8 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Attached   cottage.   Late   C16   -   early   C17.   (RCHM)   Roughcast   walls   with   raised   plaster   quoins,   thatched   roof,   brick   end   stacks.   2 storeys.   C20   glazed   door.   Ground   floor   has   2   casement   windows   with   glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   3   similar   windows.   Later   2- storeyed   rear   wing,   of   similar   construction.   Main   ground   floor   room   has   large   open   fireplace   with   timber   lintol.   Some   exposed ceiling beams. RCHM Monument 23. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984. Date of last amendment : 28 MAR 1984 No 14 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Attached   cottage.   C17,   (RCHM)   Walls   part   brick,   part   plastered   cob.   Thatched   roof,   hipped   at   south   end,   central   brick   stack.   3- room   lobby   entrance   plan.   2   storeys.   Central   panelled   door.   Ground   floor   has   2   horizontally   sliding   sash   windows   with   glazing bars.   First   floor   has   2   similar   windows   under   slight   dormers.   Evidence   of   large   open   fireplaces   -   now   part   blocked.   RCHM Monument 21. Date listed : 24 MAR 1983. Date of last amendment : 24 MAR 1983 The Acorn (No 15) © Mr James Loxton Grade II Detached   cottage.   At   right   angles   to   road.   Late   C17   -   early   C18.   Brick   walls,   half-hipped   thatched   roof,   brick   stacks   with oversailing   caps.   2   storeys.   Main   south   elevation   has   brick   porch   with   tiled   gabled   roof   and   round   arched   opening   Ground   floor has   three   casement   windows   with   glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   two   similar   windows.   Lean-to   extension   on   east,   of   brick,   with   tiled roof.   Main   ground   floor   room   has   large   open   fireplace   with   timber   lintol.   RCHM   Monument   20.   Date   listed   :   28   MAR   1984.   Date of last amendment : 28 MAR 1984 No 17 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II House   with   attached   shop   on   south,   on   corner   site.   House   late   C17   -   early   C18.   Walls,   lower   part   brick,   upper   part   plastered;   thatched   roof;   brick end   stacks.   2   storeys.   Panelled   door   in   recessed   porch   with   raised   plaster   surround.   Ground   floor   has   one   3-light   double-hung sash   window,   one   double-hung   sash   window   with   glazing   bars   and   one   casement   window.   First   floor   has   4   horizontally   sliding sash   windows   with   lead   lights.   Shop   probably   early   C19.   Plastered   walls,   hipped   slate   roof,   brick   stack   shared   with   house. West   elevation   has   part-glazed   panelled   door   in   simple   classical   surround   with   flat   pilasters   and   moulded   hood. Adjoining   this a   C19   shop   front   with   moulded   pilasters   and   cornice,   window   with   glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   2   casement   windows   with   centre   glazing   bars. South   elevation   has   similar   shop   front,   and   one   casement   window   with   glazing   bars   on   first   floor.   RCHM   Monument   19.   Date   listed   :   20   NOV 1959. Date of last amendment : 20 NOV 1959 Apple Garth (No 18) © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade I I Cottage   attached   to   rear   of   No   17.   Probably   C18,   may   be   of   earlier   origin.   Plastered   walls,   thatched   roof,   brick   end   and   centre stacks.   2   storeys.   Panelled   door   under   simple   canopy.   Ground   floor   has   2   casement   windows   with   glazing   bars   and   one   small plain   window.   First   floor   has   3   casement   windows   with   glazing   bars.   Single-storey   extensions   on   north   and   east   have   plastered walls and slate roofs. Date listed : 20 NOV 1959. Date of last amendment : 20 NOV 1959 Nos 104 and 105 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Pair   of   cottages.   C18   origin   -   converted   from   former   stables   in   Cl9.   (RCHM)   Walls   part   brick,   part   roughcast,   thatched   roofs, brick   end   and   centre   stacks.   2   Storeys.   No   104   has   ledged   door.   2   casement   windows   with   glazing   bars   on   each   floor.   No   105 has   ledged   door.   Ground   floor   has   2   casement   windows   and   one   fixed   window,   all   with   glazing   bars.   Evidence   of   former doorway.   First   floor   has   3   casement   windows,   2   with   glazing   bars,   under   slight   dormers.   RCHM   Monument   28.   Date   listed   :   28 MAR 1984. The Bower (No 9) © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Attached   cottage.   Late   C16-early   C17   (RCHM)   extended   and   altered.   Cob   and   brick,   rendered,   thatched   roof.   2   storeys,   3   bays   the   left   bay   added and   of   brick.   C20   door   in   open   timber   porch   to   right.   The   left   bays   each   have   a   casement   window   with   glazing   bars   (left   one smaller);   a   similar   window   to   1st   floor   of   central   bay   with   a   small   4-pane   casement   to   its   right.   Hipped   roof   with   decorative thatch   ridge   and   brick   ridge   stack   in   line   with   door   and   another   at   left   end.   Left   return   (roadside   gable)   has   recessed   ground- floor   window   and   wide   18-pane   side-   sliding   sash   above.   Interior   not   inspected,   but   reported   to   have   timber   bressumer   and beams in central room. Date listed : 20 OCT 1987 Blind Street This street has 1 listed building No 16 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   cottage.   C17   origin,   enlarged   -   probably   in   C18.   Main   range   at   right   angles   to   road.   Brick   walls,   south   gable   wall plastered,   thatched   roof,   central   brick   stack.   One   storey   and   attic.   Entrance   in   south   gable.   Part-   glazed,   panelled   door.   One casement   window   on   ground   floor   and   one   in   attic.   West   elevation   has   mainly   C20   windows   but   one   small   window   under   eaves has   remains   of   lead   lights.   Main   ground   floor   room   has   large   open   fireplace   with   timber   lintol.   Some   exposed   ceiling   beams. RCHM Monument 32. Listed on 20th NOV 1959 Butt Lane This lane has 1 listed building   No 67 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   cottage.   Probably   C18.   Walls,   lower   part   brick,   upper   part   plastered,   front   wall   buttressed.   Thatched roof,   brick   end   stacks.   2   storeys.   Brick   porch   with   tiled   lean-to   roof   and   C20   door.   2   casement   windows   with centre glazing bars on each floor. RCHM Monument 30. Listed on 28th March 1984. Barrow Hill This area has 1 listed building   The Old School House © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Attached   house.   Early   C18.   (School   founded   in   1719   -   RCHM)   Brick   walls,   with   plat   band   at   first   floor   level,   Slate   roof,   brick   centre stack.   2   storeys.   Porch   with   gabled   slate   roof   and   round-headed   doorway,   panelled   door.   Ground   floor   has   one   double-hung   sash window and one C20 casement. First floor has 3 double-hung sash windows. RCHM Monument 29. Listed on 28th March 1984. Southbrook This area has 1 listed building   Court Farm Cottages, including stable and granary © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Pair   of   cottages   -   formerly   one   house.   On   site   of   former   Manor   House   and   incorporating   part   of   its   outbuildings.   Late   C17   origin,   enlarged   in   C18 and   early   C19.   Walls   -   original   section   of   rubble   stone,later   sections   of   brick,   partly   plastered.   Tiled   roofs,   south   gable   with moulded   brick   coping   and   stone   stack.   Brick   stacks   in   later   sections.   L-shaped   plan.   2   storeys.   West range   -   incorporating   the   earliest   section   -   has   C20   glazed   door.   Ground   floor   has   one   casement window   with   glazing   bars   and   one   C20   metal   casement.   First   floor   has   3   casement   windows   with glazing   bars.   C19   east   wing   has   timber   casements   in   north   wall   and   metal   casements   in   south   wall. Cast   iron   pump   on   rear   wall   of   west   range.   Interior   modernised.   Detached   stable   immediately   adjoining   east   wing,   of   brick with   tiled   roof.   Adjoining   this,   a   C18   granary   on   staddle   stones,   of   brick   with   ½-hipped   tiled   roof,   -   this   appears   on   a   drawing   of   1786.   RCHM Monument 33. Listed on 20th NOV 1959 Shitterton Shitterton has 11 listed buildings No. 3 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Semi-detached   cottage.   Probably   C18.   Brick   walls,   colour   washed;   thatched   roof;   brick   end   stacks.   (One   shared   with   No   4).   2 storeys.   Ledged   door.   Ground   floor   has   2   casement   windows,   first   floor   2   horizontally   sliding   sash   windows   -   all   with   glazing bars. Cob boundary wall to road, east of the house. Listed on 20th Nov 1959. No. 4   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS   Grade II Semi-detached   cottage.   Probably   C18.   Walls   part   plastered   cob,   part   brick.   Thatched   roof;   brick   end   stacks   -   one   shared   with No   3.   2   storeys.   Ledged   door.   Ground   and   first   floors   each   have   2   casement   windows   with   glazing   bars.   Single-storey   lean-to on   north   with   corrugated   iron   roof.   North   ground   floor   room   has   large   open   fireplace   with   timber   lintol.   Listed   on   20th   Nov 1959. Shitterton Farm House   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS   Grade II Detached   farm   house.   Early   C18,   enlarged   twice   in   C19   -   small   C20   addition   on   south.   Brick   walls,   thatched   roof.   Brick   stacks   with   oversailing caps.   L-shaped   plan.   Original   section   of   2   stores   and   attic   -later   additions   one   storey   and   attic.   Original   section   has   plat   band at   first   floor   level.   Brick   porch   in   angle   of   house,   with   flat   roof   and   ledged   door.   Second   entrance   in   early   C19   extension   has ledged   door   in   trellised   porch.   Entrance   range   has   3   casement   windows   on   ground   floor   and   one   an   first   floor   -   all   with   glazing bars.   Projecting   wing,   on   north,   has   double-hung   sash   windows   on   ground   floor   and   casements   on   first   floor   and   attic   gable   - all   with   glazing   bars.   Internally,   main   ground   floor   room   has   large   open   fireplace   with   elliptical   brick   arch.   Some   chamfered ceiling beams. RCHM Monument 36. Listed on 20th Nov 1959. In   Addition   -   Formerly   listed   under   "Barn   just   west   of   Sitterton   Farmhouse".   Stables   now   used   as   garage.   Late   C18   -   early C19.   Brick   walls,   slate   roof.   One   storey   and   attic.   Timber   garage   doors.   One   fixed   window   with   glazing   bars   on   ground   floor. Loft   door   above   this,   under   gabled   dormer,   with   remains   of   sack   hoist.   Included   for   group   value.   RCHM   Monument   36.   Listed on 17th April 1975, last amendment 28th March 1984. Grade II also. In   Addition   -   Barn,   attached   on   south   to   stables   north-west   of   Shitterton   Farm   House.   Probably   C18.   Brick   walls,   slate   roof. East   wall,   buttressed,   has   plain   cart   entrance   and   slit   windows.   West   wall   has   projecting   cart   porch   with   hipped   roof.   Included for group value. RCHM Monument 36. Listed on 28th March 1984. Grade II also. Dairy Cottage (No 10)   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   house.   Late   C18,   extended   to   north   probably   in   early   C19.   Late   C19   additions   at   rear.   Walls   part   brick,   part plastered,   colour   washed   Thatched   roof,   hipped   at   north   end.   Brick   end   and   centre   stacks.   One   storey   and   attics.   Entrance at   rear.   Ground   floor   has   5   casement   windows   with   glazing   bars.   Attic   has   2   ½-dormers   and   one   window   under   eaves   -   all casements with glazing bars. RCHM Monument 39. Listed on 20th Nov 1959. No.12   © Mr John Allen 2002 Grade II Detached   cottage.   C17   origin,   altered   in   C18   and   C20.   Pebble-dashed   cob   walls;   thatched   roof;   brick   end   stacks.   One   storey and   attics.   Front   wall   buttressed.   Glazed   door.   Ground   floor   has   4   casement   windows   with   glazing   bars. Attic   has   2   -dormers and   one   window   under   eaves,   all   casements   with   glazing   bars.   C20   wing   at   rear   has   plastered   walls   and   thatched   roof.   Main ground floor room has large open fireplace. RCHM Monument 35. Listed on 20th Nov 1959. No. 17   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   cottage.   Probably   late   C18.   Roughcast   walls;   thatched   roof,   hipped   at   south   end;   brick   end   stack.   2   storeys. Roughcast   porch   with   hipped   thatched   roof   and   ledged   doors.   Ground   and   first   floor   each   have   2   casement   windows   with glazing   bars.   Lean-to   car   port   on   south   has   thatched   roof   on   timber   posts.   RCHM   Monument   37.   Listed   on   20th   Nov   1959. Amended on 28th March 1984. Honeycombe Cottage (No 18)   © Mr James Loxton Grade II Detached   house.   Originally   a   C16   3-bay   open-hall   house.   Hall   floored   over   and   chimney   inserted   c1600,   kitchen   and   outhouse   added   on   east   in C18.   Walls   of   original   section   of   stone   and   flint   -   part   plastered.   C18   additions   of   plastered   cob.   Half-hipped   thatched   roof. Brick   stacks   each   end   of   original   section   and   in   C18block.   One   storey   and   attics.   Brick   porch   with   hipped   thatched   roof   and panelled   door.   Ground   floor   has   2   horizontally   sliding   sash   windows   with   glazing   bars   and   small   casement   in   blocked   door opening.   Attic   has   3   dormers,   2   with   glazing   bars   and   one   with   remains   of   lead   lights.   Central   dormer   -   above   porch   -   has hipped   roof.   C18   block   has   2   small   casement   windows.   Roof   of   jointed   cruck   construction   -   shows   signs   of   smoke-blackening for   its   full   length.   West   ground   floor   room   has   2   chamfered   ceiling   beams.   Centre   room   has   intersecting   deep   chamfered   ceiling   beams.   East   room has   large   open   fireplace   with   timber   lintol   and   jamb.   Smaller   open   fireplace   in   C18   kitchen.   RCHM   Monument   34.   Listed   on 20th Nov 1959. In Addition - Cob boundary wall with thatched capping. Probably C18. Listed on 28th March 1984. Grade II also. Shitterton House boundary wall   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Probably   C18.   Cob   boundary   wall   with   thatched   capping,   incorporating   a   thatched   summer   house.   Listed   on   28th   March 1984. Roke This area has 4 listed buildings Roke Farm House, including attached outbuilding on north-west © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   farmhouse.   C18,   enlarged   in   Cl9.   Brick   walls,   C20   tiled   roof   -   replacing   thatch;   brick   stacks.   Irregular   plan.   2 storeys.   Entrance   range   has   brick   porch   with   slate   gabled   roof.   Ground   and   first   floors   each   have   2   casement   windows   with horizontal   glazing   bars.   Projecting   range   south-east   of   this   has,   on   ground   floor,   2   double-hung   sash   windows   with   vertical glazing   bars,   under   segmental   arches.   First   floor   has   2   similar   windows,   and   one   casement   window.   Attached   single-storey outbuilding on north-west has brick walls and hipped tiled roof. RCHM Monument 44. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 Boundary walls and gate piers at Roke Farm © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade I I Probably   C18.   Low   front   boundary   wall   of   flint,   with   brick   capping,   and   square   brick   gate   piers   with   pyramidal   stone   caps. High   brick   wall   at   rear   of   house,   enclosing   the   garden   and   meeting   the   front   wall   south-east   of   the   house.   Included   for   group value. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 Roke Barn - 1250 m west-north-west of Roke Farm House © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   barn.   C18.   Weather   boarded   timber-framed   walls   on   brick   base;   tiled   roof.   Projecting   hipped   cart   porch   on   west side, flanked by lean-to extensions under cart slide roofs. Main roof of sling-brace construction. RCHM Monument 45. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 Barn at Roke Farm, 30 m south of the house, including attached granary/cartshed on south.  © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Barn.   C18.   Brick   walls.   C20   tiled   roof,   replacing   thatch.   Elevation   to   road   has   projecting   gabled   cart   porch,   with   weather   boarded   gable.   Front   wall buttressed.   Some   triangular   dormers   in   roof.   Open   lean-to   on   left   of   porch,   with   slate   roof,   on   timber   posts.   Roof   structure renewed   c1970.   Attached   to   barn   on   south,   a   cart   shed   with   granary   over   -   probably   early   C19.   Brick   end   wall,   slate   roof. Upper   part   of   front   wall   weather   boarded,   lower   part   open,   with   timber   posts.   RCHM   Monument   44.   Date   listed   :   20   NOV 1959 Warren Road This road has 1 listed building Nos 136 and 137 (Warren House) (two cottages) © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   house,   now   divided   into   2   cottages.   C17   origin,   enlarged   in   C19.   L-shaped   plan.   Brick   walls,   partly   plastered, hipped   tiled   roof,   brick   stacks.   2   storeys.   Main   front   has   glazed   conservatory   in   centre.   Ground   floor   has   2   casement windows   with   glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   3   similar   windows.   Entrance   in   (west)   side   wall.   Lean-to   extension   on   this   side   has plastered   walls   and   tiled   roof,   with   dormer.   C20   single-storey   extension   at   east   end.   One   ground   floor   room   has   large   open fireplace with bread oven - part built up. RCHM Monument 53. Listed on 28 MAR 1984 Hollow Oak This area has 1 listed building Nos 1 & 2 Grade II Pair   of   cottages.   Probably   early   C19.   Pebble   dashed   walls,   hipped   thatched   roofs,   brick   stacks.   One   storey   and   attics.   Each   cottage   has   a   part- glazed   door.   Ground   floors   have   3   casement   windows   with   glazing   bars.   Attics   have   3   ½-dormers   with   similar   casements.   Date   listed   :   28   MAR 1984 Assorted Outlying Farms These areas have 6 listed buildings Lower Stockley Farmhouse   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   farmhouse.   Late   C18.   Brick   walls,   tiled   roof,   central   brick   stack.   2   storeys.   Panelled   door   in   moulded   surround   with flat   hood   on   shaped   brackets.   Second,   ledged   door.   Ground   floor   has   2   double-hung   sash   windows   with   vertical   glazing   bars. First   floor   has   one   similar   window.   Several   blocked   windows.   Single-storey   lean-to   extensions   at   each   end.   Internally,   one open fireplace, reconstructed, retains a bread oven with door. RCHM Monument 58. Listed on 28th March 1984. Barn at Philliols Farm   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Barn   with   later   attached   outbuildings.   Dated,   on   west   gable,   1748.   Brick   walls,   buttressed,   corrugated   iron   roof   with   coped gables. Projecting hipped cart porch on south. RCHM Monument 59. Listed on 28th March 1984. Granary at Philliols Farm   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II (Formerly   listed   as   'Pigeon   House   at   Philliols   Farm').   Detached   granary.   C18.   Brick   walls,   tiled   roof   with   stone   eaves   courses and   moulded   coped   gables.   2   storeys.   Doors   on   ground   floor   with   brick   arches.   Blocked   opening   on   first   floor   of   north   gable. RCHM Monument 59. Date listed : 20 NOV 1959. Date of last amendment : 28 MAR 1984 Chamberlaynes Mill Farmhouse   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II House   with   attached   water-mill.   Mid   Cl9   -   the   mill   may   be   of   earlier   origin.   L-shaped   plan.   House   has   brick   walls   in   Flemish   Bond   with   burnt headers.   Low-pitched   hipped   slate   roof,   brick   end   stacks.   2   storeys.   C20   glazed   verandah   at   front.   Central   entrance   door. Ground   floor   has   one   french   door   and   one   double-hung   sash   window   with   centre   glazing   bar   under   gauged   brick   arch.   First floor   has   3   similar   sash   windows.   Mill   -   attached   to   house   on   south-west   -   has   brick   walls   and   slate   roof.   2   storeys   and   attic. Casement   windows   with   cast   iron   lights.   Loft   doors   in   gable   end   at   first   floor   and   attic   levels. Added   car   port   in   angle   between house and mill. Mill machinery survives. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 Culeaze Farm House   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   farmhouse.   Dated   -   on   door   frame,   1715.   Brick   walls,   slate   roof,   brick   end   stacks.   2   storeys.   Brick   porch   with gabled   tiled   roof   and   original   ledged   door.   Ground   floor   has   2   metal   casement   windows.   First   floor   has   3   similar   windows. Plat band at first floor level. Single storey rear lean-to. RCHM Monument 51. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 Robinswood Farm House   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   house.   Probably   early   C17.   Brick   walls;   roof   part   thatched,   part   tiled,   with   corbelled   gables.   Central   brick   stack. Thatched   section   of   one storey   and   attic,   tiled   section   2-storeyed.   C20   glazed   thatched   porch   at   end   of   thatched   section.   Ground   floor   has   one casement   window   and   one   double-hung   sash   window,   both   with   glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   2   casement   windows   with   centre glazing   bars.   Entrance   in   end   gable   wall.   Internally,   one   ground   floor   room   has   large   open   fireplace   with   bread   oven   and renewed   timber   lintol.   Fireplace   backing   on   to   this   has   C18   moulded   timber   surround.   Roof   trusses   have   moulded   principal rafters. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984
Woodbury Cottage (No 74) No 75  Grade II The Post Office (No 85A) & A C Morse & Son (No 85) The Drax Arms, including the attached stable at rear The Royal Oak Inn The Cedars (No 26) No 34 Manor Farm House (No 35) Townsend Farm House
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In    1959,    the    Government    recognized    the    need    for    protecting    our Heritage   by   listing   buildings   of   Historical   Significance.   Today   there   are over   370,000   listed   buildings   in   England.   These   range   from   Roman Palace   remains   to   Victorian   factories   &   even   thatched   boundary   walls! In   Dorset   alone   there   are   9,906   listed   buildings;   a   total   unequalled   by 2/3rds   of   the   other   counties   of   England.   Bere   Regis   has   55   listed buildings; including the Grade I listed Parish Church. The   listings   were   compiled   under   a   Royal   Commission   on   Historical Monuments   (RCHM). They   have   since   been   amalgamated   into   English Heritage who have renamed them the National Monuments Record. Parish Church of St John the Baptist Grade I Parish     Church.     Pre-Conquest     origin,     largely rebuilt   in   C12.   Further   enlarged   in   C13,   C14, C15,    C16.    Restored    c    1875,    G    E    Street    - Architect.    Nave    of    5    bays,    north    and    south aisles, chancel, west tower, south porch. Tower   C16,   of   3   stages,   of   stone   and   flint   chequer   work   Inset   angle buttresses,     with     pinnacles,     finishing     below     parapet.     Projecting octagonal    stair    turret    on    north-    west.    Battlemented    parapet,    with pinnacles.    Top    stage    has    3-light    windows    with    pierced    stone    infil panels   Second   stage   has   a   2-light   window   in   west   wall   flanked   by canopied niches. West   door   has   4-centred   arch   and   carved   spandrils.   Nave   and   aisle roofs   of   lead.   South   aisle,   part   rebuilt   in   C19,   has   lower   walls   of   stone and    flint    banding    -    upper    walls    of    brick    and    flint.    Windows    with reticulated   tracery.   Eastern   window,   of   5-lights   in   3-centred   arch   -   C16. South   porch   c   1875,   of   brick   and   flint   banding   has   stone   slate   roof   with coped gable. Waggon-type roof. 2 fire-hooks fixed over inner door. Chancel     -     C15,     has     rough     ashlar     walls.     3-light     windows     with Perpendicular    tracery.    East    window    contains    some    C13    material    - reset   in   C19.   Chancel   roof   stone   slated,   with   coped   gables.   Angle buttresses   to   chancel.   North   aisle   C14,   rebuilt   in   C19   -   re-using   original windows. Walls    of    stone    and    flint    banding.    Square-headed    3-light    windows. Doorway   with   moulded   2-centred   arch.   Internally,   3   centre   bays   of north   aisle,   early   C12,   have   circular   piers,   plain   caps   and   plain   pointed arches   of   2   orders.   Corresponding   bays   of   south   arcade,   late   C12, have    carved    caps    and    chevron    moulding    to    arches.    Eastern    bays originally   led   into   transepts   -   now   incorporated   in   aisles.   West   bays, C13    -    an    extension    of    the    original    church.    Tower    arch    C15,    with panelled   soffits.   Chancel   arch   C14,   of   2   orders.   Squints   each   side   of chancel   arch.   Chancel   roof   C19   -   of   4-centred   waggon   form.   Good   late C16   canopied   table   -   tomb   in   north   wall.   East   end   of   south   aisle   - Turberville    chapel,con-    tains    2    similar    monuments    and    one    earlier tomb recess west of these. Late   C15   nave   roof,   of   arch-braced   tie-beam   form   with   king   and   queen posts   and   mock   hammer-beams   incorporating   figures   of   the   apostles. Carved   bosses   to   tie-beams   -   all   members   much   enriched.   Repaired and   re-coloured   c   1875   and   in   C20.   North   aisle   has   C15   lean-to   roof. Nave    pews    incorporate    re-used    C16    carved    ends.    Font    C12,    with interlaced arcading. A    church    of    great    interest    -    the    nave    roof    outstanding.    RCHM Monument 1. Listed on 20th NOV 1959. West Street Nos 59 & 60 Grade II Pair   of   terraced   cottages.   Probably   C18.   Walls,   lower   part   of   brick, upper   parts   tile-hung,   with   some   ornamental   tiling.   End wall    roughcast.    Thatched    roofs,    brick    end    and    centre stacks.   One   storey   and   attics.   Entrances   at   rear.   On   front elevation,    ground    floor    has    3    casement    windows    with horizontal    glazing    bars.    Evidence    of    earlier    blocked openings.   Attic    has    3    ½-dormers    with    casements    with glazing   bars.   Dormers   at   rear   have   remains   of   lead   lights.   RCHM Monument 8. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 No 72  Grade II End   terrace   cottage   on   corner   of   Butts   Lane.   Mainly C19   -   possibly   earlier   origin.   Walls   part   brick,   part pebble-dash.    Thatched    roof,    brick    end    stack.    2 storeys.   Front   wall   buttressed.   C20   glazed   door.   One casement   window   on   each   floor.   Elevation   to   Butts Lane,   of   one   storey   and   attic,   has   brick   walls,   tiled   roof   and   brick   end stack.   C20   casement   windows.   Included   for   group   value.   Date   listed   : 28 MAR 1984  Woodbury Cottage (No 74)  Grade II Terraced   cottage   -   part   used   as   shop.   Probably   C18. Roughcast   walls,   thatched   roof,   brick   end   stacks.   2 C20   glazed   doors   and   C20   shop   front.   Ground   floor also   has   2   casement   windows   with   horizontal   glazing bars.    First    floor    has    3    casement    windows    with glazing   bars.   Single-storey   extension   to   east,   a   former   outbuilding, now   part   of   shop,   has   brick   walls   and   tiled   roof.   C20   glazed   door   and shop   window   in   this   section.   RCHM   Monument   7.   Date   listed   :   28   MAR 1984. No 75    © Mr Ron Holmes    ARPS   grade II Terraced   cottage.   Probably   C18.   Walls,   lower   part plastered,   upper   part   brick,   thatched   roof,   brick   end stacks.   2   storeys.   C20   flush   door.   Ground   floor   has   2 double-hung   sash   windows   with   glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   2   C20 casement   windows.   Single-storey   outbuilding   on   west,   linked   to   that   of No   74,   has   plastered   walls   and   tiled   roof,   and   one   double-hung   sash window.   Included   for   group   value.   RCHM   Monument   6.   Date   listed   :   28 MAR 1984. No 83   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS   Grade II No image available End   house   of   terrace.   C18.   Walls,   lower   part   plastered,   upper   part brick,   with   dentil   cornice.   Tiled   roof   with   stone   eaves   courses   and moulded   coped   gables,   brick   end   stack.   2   storeys   and   attic.   Panelled door   under   flat   hood   on   shaped   brackets.   Ground   floor   has   a   canted bay   window   with   hipped   slate   roof   and   double-hung   sashes.   First   floor has   2   double-hung   sash   windows   and   one   blocked   window.   RCHM Monument 5. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 The Post Office (No 85A) & A C Morse & Son (No 85) © Mr James Loxton Grade II Pair    of    shops    -    possibly    originally    one    house.    C17 (RCHM).    Rough    east    walls,    hipped    thatched    roof, central   brick   stack.   Post   Office   has   C20   shop   front   with   panelled   door. First   floor   has   2   double-hung   sash   windows   with   centre   glazing   bars. No   85   has   a   central   part-glazed   door   and   2   C20   shop   windows.   First floor    has    2    double-hung    sash    windows    with    glazing    bars.    RCHM Monument 4. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 The Drax Arms, including the attached stable at rear   Grade II Public     House.     C18     origin,     altered     in     mid-C19. Roughcast   walls   with   smooth   plastered   quoins.   Tiled roof;   half-hipped   at   west   end.   Roughcast   stacks   - one   at   east   gable,   one   rising   from   front   eaves.   2 storeys   and   attic.   Ground   floor   has   one   part-glazed   door   under   gabled hood   on   brackets.   One   similar   door   under   flat   hood,   continuous   over adjoining   canted   bay   window.   One   similar   bay   window   -   both   with double-hung   sashes.   One   3-light   double-hung   sash   window.   First   floor has   3   double-hung   sash   windows.   Attic   has   one   hipped   dormer   with casements.   Projecting   rear   wing   at   west   end,   of   brick,   part   plastered, and   tiled   roof. At   east   end,   a   C19   single-storey   projecting   rear   wing,   of brick   and   tile,   links   the   main   block   to   a   C19   former   stable   -   brick   with slate   roof,   of   one   storey   and   attic.   Plain   ledged   door   with   loft   door   over, under   gabled   dormer.   Included   for   group   value.   Date   listed   :   28   MAR 1984. No 87   © Mr James Loxton   Grade II Attached    house.    C18.    Plastered    walls,    with    brick dentil   cornice,   tiled   roof   with   coped   gable   at   west end,   brick   end   stacks.   Double-pile   plan   with   parallel gabled   roofs.   2   storeys   and   attic.   Panelled   door   under   small   hood   on shaped   brackets.   Ground   floor   has   3   double-hung   sash   windows.   First floor   has   4   similar   windows   -3   with   glazing   bars.   Date   listed   :   28   MAR 1984. The Central Stores (No 88)   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Attached   house,   used   as   a   shop.   C18.   Plastered walls,   with   brick   dentil   cornice.   Tiled   ½-hipped   roof, brick   end   stack.   L-shaped   plan.   2   storeys   and   attic. C20    shop    front.    First    floor    has    3    C20    casement windows.   Attic   has   2   hipped   dormers   with   casements   with   glazing bars.   2   storeyed   rear   wing   of   brick   with   tiled   roof.   RCHM   Monument   3. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984. No 89   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS  No image available Grade II Detached   cottage.   C18.   Brick   walls,   with   dentil   cornice.   Hipped   tiled roof,   withstone   eaves   courses,   brick   stack   at   rear.   L-shaped   plan.   2 storeys.   Entrance   at   rear.   Ground   floor   -   at   front   -   has   2   canted   bay windows    under    a    continuous    slate    pentice    roof,    with    double-hung sashes.   First   floor   has   2   double-hung   sash   windows.   2-storeyed   rear wing,   and   a   single-storey   rear   lean-to,   all   of   brick   with   tiled   roofs. RCHM Monument 2. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 No 90   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II End    house    of    terrace.    Probably    C18.    Roughcast walls,   tiled   roof,   brick   end   stacks.   2   storeys.   Central panelled    door    under    canopy    on    shaped    brackets. Ground   floor   has   2   double-hung   sash   windows   with   glazing   bars   (one recently   altered).   First   floor   has   4   double-hung   sash   windows   with glazing bars. Date listed : 20 NOV 1959. Nos 91 & 92   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Centre   and   end   houses   of   terrace   -   one   now   a   shop. Probably   C18.   Brick   walls,   tiled   roof,   brick   end   and centre    stacks.    panelled    door    under    canopy    on shaped   brackets.   In   No   91,   ground   floor   has   one double-hung   sash   window.   First   floor   has   2   similar   windows,   all   with segmental    heads,    and    centre    blind    window.   Attic    has    one    hipped dormer    with    casements    with    glazing    bars.    Shop    has    2    C19    shop windows    and    3    double-hung    sashes    on    first    floor,    with    segmental heads.   Date   listed   :   20   NOV   1959.   Date   of   last   amendment   :   28   MAR 1984 The Royal Oak Inn, including attached stable range on south © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS   Grade II Public   House,   on   corner   site.   Early   C19.   Walls   part brick,   part   roughcast   -   all   colour   washed   Tiled   roof; brick   end   stacks   -   one   roughcast.   L-shaped   plan.   2 storeys   and   attics,   with   basement   in   south   wing.   C20   door,   under   hood on    shaped    brackets.    Ground    floor    has    2    3-light    double-hung    sash windows   with   glazing   bars   and   segmental   arches.   First   floor   has   3 similar    windows.   Attic    has    3    hipped    dormers    with    casements    with glazing   bars.   East   elevation   of   south   wing   has   2   canted   bay   windows on    ground    floor    and    2    double-hung    sash    windows    on    first    floor. Attached   single-storey   stable   range   at   rear   of   south   wing,   of   brick,   with tiled roof. RCHM Monument 10. Listed on 20th NOV 1959. The Cedars (No 26) including attached boundary walls on north-west © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Attached   house.   Early   C19,   extended   to   east   in   mid- C19.    Plastered    walls,    with    brick    dentil    cornice    at eaves.   Tiled   roof,   plastered   end   stacks.   2   storeys. C20   door   in   C20   classical   style   surround   and   hoof. Ground   floor   has   2   3-light   windows   with   ornamental   glazing   -   cast   iron -   and   raised   surrounds.   First   floor   has   2   similar   windows   and   one similar   2-light   window   above   door.   Late   C19   extension   has   plastered walls   and   slate   roof,   and   2   casement   windows   on   first   floor.   Internally, contemporary   cut-string   staircase   has   spandrel   brackets   and   wreathed handrail.   Attached   boundary   wall   on   north-west,   plastered,   with   tiled capping,   extending   down   Church   Lane.   An   attractive   Regency-style house. Date listed : 20 NOV 1959. No 34   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS   Grade II Detached    house.    Mid-C18.    Brick    walls,    thatched roof,    brick    end    stack.    L-shaped    plan.    2    storeys. Moulded     panelled     door     under     moulded     hood. Ground   floor   has   one   double-hung   sash   window   with   glazing   bars,   and one   inserted   canted   bay   window   with   moulded   cornice,   and   double- hung   sashes   with   glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   3   double-hung   sash windows.   Internally,   main   ground   floor   boom   has   large   open   fireplace with timber lintol. RCHM Monument 13. Listed on 20th NOV 1959 Manor Farm House (No 35) © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   house.   Early   C18.   Brick   walls,   mid-C20 concrete    tiled    roof,    brick    end    stacks.    2    storeys. Ledged    door    in    classical    surround    with    moulded hood    on    shaped    brackets.    Ground    floor    has    3 double-hung   sash   windows.   First   floor   has   4   similar windows.   C19   rear   wing,   of   brick,   with   slate   roof.   RCHM   Monument   14. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 No 40 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   cottage.   Late   C18   -   early   C19.   Plastered   walls,   mid-C20   tiled roof,   brick   end   stacks.   2   storeys.   Central   glazed   door in   timber   surround   with   simple   reeded   pilasters   and flat    hood.    Ground    floor    has    2    double-hung    sash windows   with   vertical   glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   3 similar   windows.   2-storeyed   rear   wing,   of   brick,   has   tiled   roof   with some    fish-scale    tiling.   Also    a    C20    single-storey    extension.    RCHM Monument 18. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 North Street This street has 9 listed buildings Townsend Farm House © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   farmhouse.   Late   C18,   enlarged   in   C19.   Brick   walls   -   parts   of west   wall   roughcast,   tiled   roof,   brick   stacks   with   oversailing   caps.   L- shaped   plan.   2   storeys.   Entrance   in   east   gable   wall. Main    south    elevation    (facing    Cow    Drove)    has    3 casement   windows   with   glazing   bars   on   each   floor   - ground   floor   windows   segmental-headed.   C19   single storey   addition   on   north   side   of   main   south   range.   RCHM   Monument 65.   Date   listed   :   28   MAR   1984.   Date   of   last   amendment   :   28   MAR 1984 Nos 6 and 7 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Pair   of   cottages   -   originally   one   house.   Late   C16-early   C17   origin, enlarged    in    C18,    further    enlarged    and    divided    in C19.    Plastered    cob    walls    on    brick    bases,    hipped thatched   roof,   brick   stacks.   One   storey   and   attics. One   ledged   door   and   one   part-glazed   door.   Ground floor    has    5    casement    windows    with    glazing    bars. Attic   has   remains   of   dormers   with   casements   with   glazing   bars.   Large open   fireplaces   -   part   blocked   -   and   some   exposed   ceiling   beams. Under   repair   at   time   of   survey   -   1983.   RCHM   Monument   24.   Date listed : 25 MAY 1982. Date of last amendment : 25 MAY 1982 No 8 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Attached   cottage.   Late   C16   -   early   C17.   (RCHM) Roughcast   walls   with   raised   plaster   quoins,   thatched roof,   brick   end   stacks.   2   storeys.   C20   glazed   door. Ground   floor   has   2   casement   windows   with   glazing bars.   First   floor   has   3   similar   windows.   Later   2-storeyed   rear   wing,   of similar   construction.   Main   ground   floor   room   has   large   open   fireplace with   timber   lintol.   Some   exposed   ceiling   beams.   RCHM   Monument   23. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984. Date of last amendment : 28 MAR 1984 No 14 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Attached    cottage.    C17,    (RCHM)    Walls    part    brick, part   plastered   cob.   Thatched   roof,   hipped   at   south end,   central   brick   stack.   3-room   lobby   entrance   plan. 2   storeys.   Central   panelled   door.   Ground   floor   has   2 horizontally   sliding   sash   windows   with   glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   2 similar    windows    under    slight    dormers.    Evidence    of    large    open fireplaces   -   now   part   blocked.   RCHM   Monument   21.   Date   listed   :   24 MAR 1983. Date of last amendment : 24 MAR 1983 The Acorn (No 15) © Mr James Loxton Grade II Detached   cottage.   At   right   angles   to   road.   Late   C17   -   early   C18.   Brick walls,    half-hipped    thatched    roof,    brick    stacks    with oversailing    caps.    2    storeys.    Main    south    elevation has    brick    porch    with    tiled    gabled    roof    and    round arched   opening   Ground   floor   has   three   casement windows   with   glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   two   similar windows.   Lean-to   extension   on   east,   of   brick,   with   tiled   roof.   Main ground   floor   room   has   large   open   fireplace   with   timber   lintol.   RCHM Monument   20.   Date   listed   :   28   MAR   1984.   Date   of   last   amendment   : 28 MAR 1984 No 17 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II House   with   attached   shop   on   south,   on   corner   site.   House   late   C17   - early    C18.    Walls,    lower    part    brick,    upper    part plastered;    thatched    roof;    brick    end    stacks.    2 storeys.    Panelled    door    in    recessed    porch    with raised   plaster   surround.   Ground   floor   has   one   3- light   double-hung   sash   window,   one   double-hung sash   window   with   glazing   bars   and   one   casement   window.   First   floor has   4   horizontally   sliding   sash   windows   with   lead   lights.   Shop   probably early   C19.   Plastered   walls,   hipped   slate   roof,   brick   stack   shared   with house.    West    elevation    has    part-glazed    panelled    door    in    simple classical   surround   with   flat   pilasters   and   moulded   hood.   Adjoining   this a   C19   shop   front   with   moulded   pilasters   and   cornice,   window   with glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   2   casement   windows   with   centre   glazing bars.    South    elevation    has    similar    shop    front,    and    one    casement window   with   glazing   bars   on   first   floor.   RCHM   Monument   19.   Date listed : 20 NOV 1959. Date of last amendment : 20 NOV 1959 Apple Garth (No 18) © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade I I Cottage   attached   to   rear   of   No   17.   Probably   C18, may   be   of   earlier   origin.   Plastered   walls,   thatched roof,    brick    end    and    centre    stacks.    2    storeys. Panelled   door   under   simple   canopy.   Ground   floor   has   2   casement windows   with   glazing   bars   and   one   small   plain   window.   First   floor   has 3   casement   windows   with   glazing   bars.   Single-storey   extensions   on north   and   east   have   plastered   walls   and   slate   roofs.   Date   listed   :   20 NOV 1959. Date of last amendment : 20 NOV 1959 Nos 104 and 105 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Pair   of   cottages.   C18   origin   -   converted   from   former   stables   in   Cl9. (RCHM)   Walls   part   brick,   part   roughcast,   thatched roofs,   brick   end   and   centre   stacks.   2   Storeys.   No 104   has   ledged   door.   2   casement   windows   with glazing    bars    on    each    floor.    No    105    has    ledged door.   Ground   floor   has   2   casement   windows   and   one   fixed   window,   all with    glazing    bars.    Evidence    of    former    doorway.    First    floor    has    3 casement   windows,   2   with   glazing   bars,   under   slight   dormers.   RCHM Monument 28. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984. The Bower (No 9) © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Attached   cottage.   Late   C16-early   C17   (RCHM)   extended   and   altered. Cob   and   brick,   rendered,   thatched   roof.   2   storeys, 3   bays   the   left   bay   added   and   of   brick.   C20   door   in open   timber   porch   to   right.   The   left   bays   each   have a    casement    window    with    glazing    bars    (left    one smaller);   a   similar   window   to   1st   floor   of   central   bay   with   a   small   4- pane   casement   to   its   right.   Hipped   roof   with   decorative   thatch   ridge and   brick   ridge   stack   in   line   with   door   and   another   at   left   end.   Left return   (roadside   gable)   has   recessed   ground-floor   window   and   wide 18-pane   side-   sliding   sash   above.   Interior   not   inspected,   but   reported to   have   timber   bressumer   and   beams   in   central   room.   Date   listed   :   20 OCT 1987 Blind Street This street has 1 listed building No 16 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   cottage.   C17   origin,   enlarged   -   probably   in   C18.   Main   range at   right   angles   to   road.   Brick   walls,   south   gable   wall plastered,   thatched   roof,   central   brick   stack.   One storey    and    attic.    Entrance    in    south    gable.    Part- glazed,   panelled   door.   One   casement   window   on ground   floor   and   one   in   attic.   West   elevation   has mainly   C20   windows   but   one   small   window   under   eaves   has   remains of   lead   lights.   Main   ground   floor   room   has   large   open   fireplace   with timber    lintol.    Some    exposed    ceiling    beams.    RCHM    Monument    32. Listed on 20th NOV 1959 Butt Lane This lane has 1 listed building   No 67 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached     cottage.     Probably     C18. Walls,    lower    part    brick,    upper    part plastered,      front      wall      buttressed. Thatched    roof,    brick    end    stacks.    2 storeys.   Brick   porch   with   tiled   lean-to   roof   and   C20   door. 2   casement   windows   with   centre   glazing   bars   on   each   floor.   RCHM Monument 30. Listed on 28th March 1984. Barrow Hill This area has 1 listed building   The Old School House © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Attached   house.   Early   C18.   (School   founded   in   1719   - RCHM)   Brick   walls,   with   plat   band   at   first   floor   level, Slate    roof,    brick    centre    stack.    2    storeys.    Porch    with gabled   slate   roof   and   round-headed   doorway,   panelled door.   Ground   floor   has   one   double-hung   sash   window and   one   C20   casement.   First   floor   has   3   double-hung sash    windows.    RCHM    Monument    29.    Listed    on    28th March 1984. Southbrook This area has 1 listed building   Court Farm Cottages, including stable and granary © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Pair   of   cottages   -   formerly   one   house.   On   site   of   former   Manor   House and   incorporating   part   of   its   outbuildings.   Late   C17   origin,   enlarged   in C18    and    early    C19.    Walls    -    original    section    of rubble      stone,later      sections      of      brick,      partly plastered.   Tiled   roofs,   south   gable   with   moulded brick   coping   and   stone   stack.   Brick   stacks   in   later sections.   L-shaped   plan.   2   storeys.   West   range   - incorporating    the    earliest section   -   has   C20   glazed   door.   Ground   floor has   one   casement   window   with   glazing   bars and   one   C20   metal   casement.   First   floor   has   3 casement   windows   with   glazing   bars.   C19   east wing   has   timber   casements   in   north   wall   and   metal   casements   in   south wall.   Cast   iron   pump   on   rear   wall   of   west   range.   Interior   modernised. Detached   stable   immediately   adjoining   east   wing,   of   brick   with   tiled roof.   Adjoining   this,   a   C18   granary   on   staddle   stones,   of   brick   with   ½- hipped    tiled    roof,    -    this    appears    on    a    drawing    of    1786.    RCHM Monument 33. Listed on 20th NOV 1959 Shitterton Shitterton has 11 listed buildings No. 3 © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Semi-detached   cottage.   Probably   C18.   Brick   walls,   colour   washed; thatched   roof;   brick   end   stacks.   (One   shared   with No   4).   2   storeys.   Ledged   door.   Ground   floor   has   2 casement   windows,   first   floor   2   horizontally   sliding sash     windows     -     all     with     glazing     bars.     Cob boundary   wall   to   road,   east   of   the   house.   Listed   on 20th Nov 1959. No. 4   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS   Grade II Semi-detached   cottage.   Probably   C18.   Walls   part   plastered   cob,   part brick.   Thatched   roof;   brick   end   stacks   -   one   shared with   No   3.   2   storeys.   Ledged   door.   Ground   and   first floors   each   have   2   casement   windows   with   glazing bars.      Single-storey      lean-to      on      north      with corrugated   iron   roof.   North   ground   floor   room   has   large   open   fireplace with timber lintol. Listed on 20th Nov 1959. Shitterton Farm House   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS   Grade II Detached   farm   house.   Early   C18,   enlarged   twice   in   C19   -   small   C20 addition   on   south.   Brick   walls,   thatched   roof.   Brick stacks     with     oversailing     caps.     L-shaped     plan. Original     section     of     2     stores     and     attic     -later additions   one   storey   and   attic.   Original   section   has plat   band   at   first   floor   level.   Brick   porch   in   angle   of house,   with   flat   roof   and   ledged   door.   Second   entrance   in   early   C19 extension   has   ledged   door   in   trellised   porch.   Entrance   range   has   3 casement   windows   on   ground   floor   and   one   an   first   floor   -   all   with glazing    bars.    Projecting    wing,    on    north,    has    double-hung    sash windows   on   ground   floor   and   casements   on   first   floor   and   attic   gable   - all   with   glazing   bars.   Internally,   main   ground   floor   room   has   large   open fireplace    with    elliptical    brick    arch.    Some    chamfered    ceiling    beams. RCHM Monument 36. Listed on 20th Nov 1959. In    Addition    -    Formerly    listed    under    "Barn    just    west    of    Sitterton Farmhouse".   Stables   now   used   as   garage.   Late   C18   -   early   C19.   Brick walls,    slate    roof.    One    storey    and    attic.   Timber garage   doors.   One   fixed   window   with   glazing   bars on    ground    floor.    Loft    door    above    this,    under gabled     dormer,     with     remains     of     sack     hoist. Included   for   group   value.   RCHM   Monument   36. Listed   on   17th   April   1975,   last   amendment   28th   March   1984.   Grade   II also. In Addition   -   Barn,   attached   on   south   to   stables   north-west   of   Shitterton Farm    House.    Probably    C18.    Brick    walls,    slate roof.     East     wall,     buttressed,     has     plain     cart entrance     and     slit     windows.     West     wall     has projecting   cart   porch   with   hipped   roof.   Included for   group   value.   RCHM   Monument   36.   Listed   on 28th March 1984. Grade II also. Dairy Cottage (No 10)   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   house.   Late   C18,   extended   to   north   probably   in   early   C19. Late   C19   additions   at   rear.   Walls   part   brick,   part plastered,   colour   washed   Thatched   roof,   hipped at   north   end.   Brick   end   and   centre   stacks.   One storey   and   attics.   Entrance   at   rear.   Ground   floor has   5   casement   windows   with   glazing   bars.   Attic has   2   ½-dormers   and   one   window   under   eaves   -   all   casements   with glazing bars. RCHM Monument 39. Listed on 20th Nov 1959. No.12   © Mr John Allen 2002 Grade II Detached   cottage.   C17   origin,   altered   in   C18   and   C20.   Pebble-dashed cob   walls;   thatched   roof;   brick   end   stacks.   One storey   and   attics.   Front   wall   buttressed.   Glazed door.   Ground   floor   has   4   casement   windows   with glazing    bars.    Attic    has    2    -dormers    and    one window   under   eaves,   all   casements   with   glazing bars.   C20   wing   at   rear   has   plastered   walls   and   thatched   roof.   Main ground   floor   room   has   large   open   fireplace.   RCHM   Monument   35. Listed on 20th Nov 1959. No. 17   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   cottage.   Probably   late   C18.   Roughcast   walls;   thatched   roof, hipped   at   south   end;   brick   end   stack.   2   storeys. Roughcast   porch   with   hipped   thatched   roof   and ledged   doors.   Ground   and   first   floor   each   have   2 casement   windows   with   glazing   bars.   Lean-to   car port   on   south   has   thatched   roof   on   timber   posts. RCHM   Monument   37.   Listed   on   20th   Nov   1959.   Amended   on   28th March 1984. Honeycombe Cottage (No 18)   © Mr James Loxton Grade II Detached   house.   Originally   a   C16   3-bay   open-hall   house.   Hall   floored over    and    chimney    inserted    c1600,    kitchen    and outhouse   added   on   east   in   C18.   Walls   of   original section   of   stone   and   flint   -   part   plastered.   C18 additions   of   plastered   cob.   Half-hipped   thatched roof.   Brick   stacks   each   end   of   original   section   and in   C18block.   One   storey   and   attics.   Brick   porch with    hipped    thatched    roof    and    panelled    door.    Ground    floor    has    2 horizontally    sliding    sash    windows    with    glazing    bars    and    small casement   in   blocked   door   opening. Attic   has   3   dormers,   2   with   glazing bars   and   one   with   remains   of   lead   lights.   Central   dormer   -   above   porch -   has   hipped   roof.   C18   block   has   2   small   casement   windows.   Roof   of jointed   cruck   construction   -   shows   signs   of   smoke-blackening   for   its   full length.    West    ground    floor    room    has    2    chamfered    ceiling    beams. Centre   room   has   intersecting   deep   chamfered   ceiling   beams.   East room   has   large   open   fireplace   with   timber   lintol   and   jamb.   Smaller open   fireplace   in   C18   kitchen.   RCHM   Monument   34.   Listed   on   20th Nov 1959. In   Addition    -    Cob    boundary    wall    with    thatched capping.    Probably    C18.    Listed    on    28th    March 1984. Grade II also. Shitterton House boundary wall   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Probably   C18.   Cob   boundary   wall   with   thatched capping,   incorporating   a   thatched   summer   house. Listed on 28th March 1984. Roke This area has 4 listed buildings Roke Farm House, including attached outbuilding on north-west © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   farmhouse.   C18,   enlarged   in   Cl9.   Brick   walls,   C20   tiled   roof   - replacing   thatch;   brick   stacks.   Irregular   plan.   2   storeys.   Entrance   range has   brick   porch   with   slate   gabled   roof.   Ground and   first   floors   each   have   2   casement   windows with    horizontal    glazing    bars.    Projecting    range south-east   of   this   has,   on   ground   floor,   2   double- hung    sash    windows    with    vertical    glazing    bars, under   segmental   arches.   First   floor   has   2   similar   windows,   and   one casement   window.   Attached   single-storey   outbuilding   on   north-west has   brick   walls   and   hipped   tiled   roof.   RCHM   Monument   44.   Date   listed : 28 MAR 1984 Boundary walls and gate piers at Roke Farm © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade I I Probably   C18.   Low   front   boundary   wall   of   flint, with   brick   capping,   and   square   brick   gate   piers with   pyramidal   stone   caps.   High   brick   wall   at   rear of   house,   enclosing   the   garden   and   meeting   the front   wall   south-east   of   the   house.   Included   for group value. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 Roke Barn - 1250 m west-north-west of Roke Farm House © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   barn.   C18.   Weather   boarded   timber-framed   walls   on   brick base;   tiled   roof.   Projecting   hipped   cart   porch   on west   side,   flanked   by   lean-to   extensions   under cart     slide     roofs.     Main     roof     of     sling-brace construction. RCHM Monument 45. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 Barn at Roke Farm, 30 m south of the house, including attached granary/cartshed on south.  © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Barn.   C18.   Brick   walls.   C20   tiled   roof,   replacing   thatch.   Elevation   to road    has    projecting    gabled    cart    porch,    with weather    boarded    gable.    Front    wall    buttressed. Some   triangular   dormers   in   roof.   Open   lean-to   on left   of   porch,   with   slate   roof,   on   timber   posts.   Roof structure    renewed    c1970.   Attached    to    barn    on south,   a   cart   shed   with   granary   over   -   probably   early   C19.   Brick   end wall,   slate   roof.   Upper   part   of   front   wall   weather   boarded,   lower   part open,   with   timber   posts.   RCHM   Monument   44.   Date   listed   :   20   NOV 1959 Warren Road This road has 1 listed building Nos 136 and 137 (Warren House) (two cottages) © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   house,   now   divided   into   2   cottages.   C17   origin,   enlarged   in C19.   L-shaped   plan.   Brick   walls,   partly   plastered,   hipped   tiled   roof, brick   stacks.   2   storeys.   Main   front   has   glazed   conservatory   in   centre. Ground    floor    has    2    casement    windows    with glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   3   similar   windows. Entrance   in   (west)   side   wall.   Lean-to   extension   on this   side   has   plastered   walls   and   tiled   roof,   with dormer.   C20   single-storey   extension   at   east   end. One   ground   floor   room   has   large   open   fireplace   with   bread   oven   -   part built up. RCHM Monument 53. Listed on 28 MAR 1984 Hollow Oak This area has 1 listed building Nos 1 & 2 Grade II Pair   of   cottages.   Probably   early   C19.   Pebble   dashed   walls,   hipped thatched   roofs,   brick   stacks.   One   storey   and   attics.   Each   cottage   has   a part-glazed   door.   Ground   floors   have   3   casement   windows   with   glazing bars. Attics   have   3   ½-dormers   with   similar   casements.   Date   listed   :   28 MAR 1984 Assorted Outlying Farms These areas have 6 listed buildings Lower Stockley Farmhouse   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   farmhouse.   Late   C18.   Brick   walls,   tiled   roof,   central   brick stack.   2   storeys.   Panelled   door   in   moulded   surround   with   flat   hood   on shaped   brackets.   Second,   ledged   door.   Ground floor    has    2    double-hung    sash    windows    with vertical   glazing   bars.   First   floor   has   one   similar window.   Several   blocked   windows.   Single-storey lean-to    extensions    at    each    end.    Internally,    one open   fireplace,   reconstructed,   retains   a   bread   oven   with   door.   RCHM Monument 58. Listed on 28th March 1984. Barn at Philliols Farm   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Barn   with   later   attached   outbuildings.   Dated,   on   west   gable,   1748. Brick   walls,   buttressed,   corrugated   iron   roof   with coped    gables.    Projecting    hipped    cart    porch    on south.    RCHM    Monument    59.    Listed    on    28th March 1984. Granary at Philliols Farm   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II (Formerly    listed    as    'Pigeon    House    at    Philliols    Farm').    Detached granary.   C18.   Brick   walls,   tiled   roof   with   stone eaves    courses    and    moulded    coped    gables.    2 storeys.   Doors   on   ground   floor   with   brick   arches. Blocked    opening    on    first    floor    of    north    gable. RCHM   Monument   59.   Date   listed   :   20   NOV   1959. Date of last amendment : 28 MAR 1984 Chamberlaynes Mill Farmhouse   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II House   with   attached   water-mill.   Mid   Cl9   -   the   mill   may   be   of   earlier origin.   L-shaped   plan.   House   has   brick   walls   in   Flemish   Bond   with burnt    headers.    Low-pitched    hipped    slate    roof,    brick    end    stacks.    2 storeys.   C20   glazed   verandah   at   front.   Central entrance   door.   Ground   floor   has   one   french   door and   one   double-hung   sash   window   with   centre glazing   bar   under   gauged   brick   arch.   First   floor has   3   similar   sash   windows.   Mill   -   attached   to house   on   south-west   -   has   brick   walls   and   slate   roof.   2   storeys   and attic.   Casement   windows   with   cast   iron   lights.   Loft   doors   in   gable   end at   first   floor   and   attic   levels.   Added   car   port   in   angle   between   house and mill. Mill machinery survives. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 Culeaze Farm House   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   farmhouse.   Dated   -   on   door   frame,   1715.   Brick   walls,   slate roof,   brick   end   stacks.   2   storeys.   Brick   porch   with gabled   tiled   roof   and   original   ledged   door.   Ground floor   has   2   metal   casement   windows.   First   floor has    3    similar    windows.    Plat    band    at    first    floor level.      Single      storey      rear      lean-to.      RCHM Monument 51. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984 Robinswood Farm House   © Mr Ron Holmes ARPS Grade II Detached   house.   Probably   early   C17.   Brick   walls;   roof   part   thatched, part    tiled,    with    corbelled    gables.    Central    brick stack.   Thatched   section   of   one   storey   and   attic, tiled    section    2-storeyed.    C20    glazed    thatched porch   at   end   of   thatched   section.   Ground   floor has   one   casement   window   and   one   double-hung sash    window,    both    with    glazing    bars.    First    floor    has    2    casement windows    with    centre    glazing    bars.    Entrance    in    end    gable    wall. Internally,   one   ground   floor   room   has   large   open   fireplace   with   bread oven   and   renewed   timber   lintol.   Fireplace   backing   on   to   this   has   C18 moulded   timber   surround.   Roof   trusses   have   moulded   principal   rafters. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984
Woodbury Cottage (No 74) No 75  Grade II The Post Office (No 85A) & A C Morse & Son (No 85) The Drax Arms, including the attached stable at rear The Royal Oak Inn The Cedars (No 26) No 34 Manor Farm House (No 35) Townsend Farm House