BUILDINGS OF SPECIAL ARCHITECTURAL OR HISTORIC INTEREST.
EAST END FARM HOUSE.
East End Farm House is a 16th /17th
century two storey house, made from
carstone and clunch with brick dressings and red pantile roof. A flint
with brick dressing porch on the west side has stepped brick coped gable
with cut down central finial. On the south side is knapped
chequer work carstone, flint and pink clunch. Brick coped parapets
divide from north and south.
Ground floor has one 3 light 20th
century casement, set in narrowed surrounds of 2 former 18th
century sashes, with quoins and flat brick arches surviving. Two 2 light
casements in rectangular 17th century brick openings. East
End Farm house is still in use today as a working farm.
THE WHITE HOUSE.
The White House is a late18th
century whitewashed brick 2 storey 5 bay farm house with an orange
pantile roof. Central 2 leaf door with 2 upper panels glazed with open
pediment canopy on simple console brackets. A 2 story addition to the
west has a whitewashed ground floor with single boarded door. More
alterations have been added in this century.
White House as it stands today 29 Jan 2011 minus its white coat.
THE GIN TRAP INN.
The Gin Trap Inn is a 17th century inn
with 19th century details. Built from clunch with brick
dressings whitewashed and a red pantile roof. Two 3 light and 1 two
light ground floor arch headed casements, 2 three light and 1 two light
casements on the first floor and lean-to additions on the north and
south sides complete the front view.