Farmhouse at Camp Hill Farm, Beausale

Description of this historic site

A timber framed building, a farmhouse which was built during the Post Medieval period. It is situated at 500m south east of Beasale.

Notes about this historic site

1 At this location (probably straddling the entrance to the camp WA 2655) is a 16-17th century timber framed house on a stone plinth and with brick infill panels. Plain tile roof, hipped at the front and with 2 gabled wings at the rear forming U-shaped plan. Two storey. 3 bay front with central boarded door with a late 19th century hood on brackets. Ground floor right 19th-20th century brick bay. Some early 19th century casement windows with glazing bars, the remainder appear to be 20th century casements. Brick internal chimney stacks. Behind it is also a grade II barn, 17th century timber framed building with brick nogging and tiled roof.
2 The house is now uninhabited but is still in reasonable condition; there is some modern brickwork on the north eastern corner, there in order to buttress up the outer wall. The barn is a little dilapidated but still standing.
3 Correspondence from EH.
4 Plan relating to 3.

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