Home Farm consists of a simple, pretty 17th Century farmhouse.
It is tile-hung above a stone ground floor.
Attached to it is an impressive collection of farm buildings,
including a large courtyard of rustic buildings circa 1600 granary.
Yew hedge along drive outside the Farmhouse,
An old Francis Frith Postcard cica. 1906-1910.
These farm buildings have been converted into offices,
in each wing there are different sizes and have fibre optic fast broadband.
Enquiries via there own website :
There are three old cottages, originally for the farm workers, in the north
east corner of the farm yard.
Said by Pevsner to be 'one of the best vernacular buildings in the south of England'.
It stands on 25 wooden posts some 10 feet off the ground, and is in the middle of the farmyard.
This a fine red brick tower with Lunette windows.
This forms part of the offices available to LET.
Built in fine red brick with glased headers in the brickwork
giving a slightly chequered appearence.
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