Green Farm, Rowington Green
A timbered framed house that dates to the Post Medieval period and which has been partially bricked. There is also a timber framed barn on the site. It is situated at Rowington Green.
1 The front of the house is now bricked, but the W side and rear are timbered. There are two wings at the rear of the house but the timbering is not identical. The house stands on a stone plinth and has a central chimney stack with a panelled shaft. The upper floor levels are different and at the front the W window is lower than the rest. In the 18th century an extra room was added to the E of the house. The original front door is retained and it has moulded panels and ornamental strap hinges. It is marked as building No. 39 on the 1550 – 1650 map in this book.
2 A 17th century house that has two gabled wings at the back which retain a little of the original timbering. The lower ceilings, mostly open timbered, have chamfered beams with moulded stops. It has a stone cellar. A barn and other buildings are of 17th century framing.