Peacock Farm, Nr Holywell, Rowington
A timber framed house which dates to the Post Medieval period though much of it has since been encased in brick. It is situated 700m north of Yarningale Common.
1 In 1606 Peacock Farm is described as being of six bays, there were four bays of barns and stables. Much of the house has been enclosed in brick, but the timber is exposed in the cross wings. There is a fine internal chimney stack at the junction of the hall and corss wing. It is marked as building No. 16 in this book.
2 Peacock Farm has square framing of the early 17th century.