| Three bays remain of a very fine open hall house,
originally of 4 bays, with two further fine builds to the
Boarded barn, originally 3 bays now 6,set on staddles. Added
outshot. Originally half-hipped both ends.
|- Cart & implement shed
| A 3 bay shelter,aisled on one side,formerly open both
ends. Weather side brick - 3 stretchers,1 black header.
| A circular, brick-lined, straight sided pit 12.5m diameter
x 2m deep. Brick steps down.
| A 2 bay granary on brick staddles,an added bay used as
|Bay Tree Cottage
| A 2 bay end smoke-hood house, the smoke-hood being an
"alteration from inception."
| An imposing house now bricked with fine two storey porch &
Horsham slate roof, many original timbers remain.
|Bridge Farm - Cartshed
| A 3 bay implement shed outside the farmyard, open ended
roof replaced - long nailed windbraces.
| A plan of 3 builds - all completed within a short time
spoan. Many original features.
| A 4 bay timber framed house with tile-hung 1st floor &
matching extensions forming a pleasing building.
| An interesting house with a Gertrude Jekyll style garden &
sympathetic additions from the 17c onwards.
| A 3 bay brick house with a timber end-outshot which
appears to be original. Flemish bond garden wall & brick
| A 3½ bay central chimney house of 2 storeys with
integral attic and including much re-used medieval timber.
|- Butt purlin Barn
3 bay boarded barn with half-bay posts. Half-hipped,staggered
butt purlin roof. Includes some mediaeval timbers.
|- Corn Barn
| 3 bay boarded barn with hipped,clasped purlin roof.
2 bay hall house with timber framed addition,late 18c
apsidal wing,single storey wing and 20c additions
U-shaped stable,coach house block,with groom's house,designed
by Norman Shaw. Converted into apartments
|The Gabled Cottage
| A 4 gabled rendered house conceals a 3 bay central chimney
house with outshot, now raised, and extra end bays.
|High Upfold Farm - Barn
5 bay boarded barn with half-hipped roof. Wall framing not
uniform,hence built from a collection of old timbers. Now a
| A 3 bay open ended shed, half hipped with ridge, raking
queen struts, deep narrow timbers.
| A boarded granary on 9 brick staddles now used as a
store-room, with gable end windows.
| Probably built as a 4 bay hall house, service end rebuilt
as a cross-wing. Retains original form although many later
3 bay boarded barn with stable bay attached. Clasped purlin
roof,hipped with gablet at one end,half-hipped at new end.
| An attractive 3 bay house with rear additions and dormer
windows. One original diamond mullion window remains.
|Keepers Cottage [demolished]
Small cottage,2 up,2 down,possibly once a farm building with
added 19c wing. Now demolished
| A quality 3 bay 2 storey timber framed building with
substantial internal timbers.
|No.2 Lades Cottages
| One of a pair of cottages in 'rat-trap' bond. 2 rooms on
each floor & added rear extensions.
| Brick single privy - no surviving internal fitments. Iron
latches & strap hinges, small window.
| A wide bay remains of a 2½ storey timber framed
building of quality: a late 18c end chimney added.
| A 3 bay open hall house with one end floored, in a
prominent village setting opposite the church.
| A 4 bay hall house with steeply pitched roof, probably the
first house in the hamlet - now encased in brick.
|- Wood Shed
| A stable shelter of 2 builds, one of timber and, at right
angles, one of brick.
| Brick clad house with a verandah on the entry side, rear
stair turret, diagonal chimney stacks - 3 bays - timber
| A small brick building in the garden with a plank door and
gabled tiled roof, 1.2 m wide x 1.1 m deep.
| A 2 room brick cottage with black headers and brick
dentils, sympathetically extended in 1920 and again in
| A bricked over stone 4 bay house - 2 cottages in 19c.
Still has own gate onto the Common.
|The Old Bakery
| A 2 bay end chimney house; later added bay & single storey
bakehouse at the back - attractive 1st floor tile-hanging.
|Old Barn Cottage
| Originally a 4 bay 17c barn; then 18c coach-house &
stable, hay loft over; 1935 converted to dwelling house.
|Old Cottage Wanborough Lane
| An E18c 2 bay cottage,brick ground floor,timber framed
A courtyard containing 3 bays of a 17/18c threshing barn, a 19c
cart shed, & 18c storage building with additions (1912/15) to form
a large house.
| A long house (once 4 cottages) of two builds - 2 bay with
later outshot and 2 bay with end chimney abutting.
| A 3½ bay central smoke bay house, with evidence for a
continuous front jetty, now re-fronted.
|Park Green Cottage
| A pleasing 18c brick front hides a 3 bay jettied house
with cross-wing and stair turret - until 1970 two cottages.
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| A 2 unit central chimney house with a cross-wing & modern
|Pollingfold House, formerly Lodge House
| A splendid 3 bay house with original cellars, outshot and
attics. Roofed originally with Horsham slate - now gone.
| Probable 17c 3 bay end chimney house with outshot, built
up and extended in brick - flared headers, dentils and
shallow arched openings.
|- Butt purlin barn
| 5 bay barn with half-hipped roof. Central bay has butt
purlins,other bays clasped purlins, raking queen struts &
| A 2 bay half-hipped building on stone-capped brick
staddles; now incorporated into the house.
|- Old Barn
5 bay boarded barn with added bay and outshots. Half-hipped
roof,raking queen struts.
|Rye Farm Cottage
| Originally one stone & brick cottage with a hipped roof,
dentils and arched window heads - splayed reveals. Many
| A charming 2 bay house, now clad in brick, tile hanging
and golden Bargate stone with galleted joints.
| A 3 bay building in rat-trap bond, with outshot and gable
end additional bay in Flemish bond. Raking queen struts to
butt purlin roof.
| A fine 4 bay medieval house with substantial ties and
spurs to the braces.
4 bay boarded barn with passing braces. Roof originally sans
purlin & hipped with gablet,now gabled. Purlins & raking queen
struts added later.
|- Cart Shed
| An open-ended 3 bay cart shed - at some time a hen-house,
the manger/hay rack now restored.d
| 9 brick staddles with Horsham stone caps support this 2
bay granary - once a study, now a tool-shed,
|Snoxhall - Granary
| A nearly square granary on 9 brick staddles with
Late 19c estate lodge,architect designed,T-shaped plan,due to
| A fine 3 bay medieval open hall house with end jetty.
| A 4 bay 1½ storey house; an added bay with lateral
chimney when house divided into two.
| A former jettied wing of a larger house; of 5 bays with
high ceilings and extravagant use of timbers.
| A 3 bay open hall house, with 2 bay cross-wing added c1525
| A 4 bay building, open ended and along one long side. The
South long side of half tree-trunks.
|- Hay Barn
6 bay boarded barn. Gabled,clasped purlin roof with raking queen
post & ridge board. Brick plinth. End lean-to.
|- Threshing Barn
Boarded barn, 5 bays on brick plinth. Staggered butt purlin roof
with ridge board.
|The Village Hospital
| A picturesque and complete 3 bay open hall house with only
one floored end, now tile hung with dormers.
| An L-shaped tile-hung house containing evidence of 4 main
building phases, with interesting early features.
|- Barn, etc
| 4 bay boarded threshing barn. Roof shape & wall framing
not recorded. Ridge board,no purlins,raking queen struts.
| A four bay open hall house with a one bay open hall and a
narrow bay for a cross-entry and narrow room over.
|Winterfold - Gardener's Cottage
| A charming Estate Cottage of dressed sandstone, originally
2 rooms on each floor & rear outshot - added parlour wing.
|- Heatherclad Barn
Small timber framed barn clad in heather.
No further details.|
|Wyphurst - Barn
3 bay boarded barn with half-hipped roof & end outshots.
|- Cart Shed
| 4 bay open-ended & double width, made of re-used timbers;
half-hipped, clasped purlin, raking queen posts and ridge.