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21 buildings recorded in the parish of Crawley


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BuildingDateN.G.R.
Brookside M17c TQ292398
Charlwood House c1650 TQ263398
A complex large house, the oldest part being a grand wing of a hall house which has since disappeared
Charlwood Park Farm House c1450 TQ261416
A fine, complex building with jettied wings and porch surrounding a mediaeval core
Edgeworth West c1520 TQ293413
4 bay open hall house, with smoke hood, parallel to 4 bay house - Edgeworth East
Edgeworth East Wing House c1550 TQ293413
4 bay smoke hood house, possibly with open hall - linked to Edgeworth West
- Summerhouse E19c TQ293413
The Grange,Crawley Down (Worth) ? TQ349369
Lilac Cottage,Donkey Lane L18c TQ299414
Old Cottage,Donkey Lane E18c TQ299413
The Old Post Office 1890s TQ267365
Oldlands,Tinsley Green E17c TQ290397
Good, unspoilt example of a traditional central chimney plan, 2 bays one end, 1 the other
- Barn [derelict] E17c TQ290398
Poles Acre Barn 17c TQ265392
Radford Farm House c1550 TQ293398
Robinson's Shop 1890s TQ267365
Rowley Farm E15c TQ279396
Parlour bay remains of hall house. Three bays added including central smoke bay
- Barn A [derelict] c1500 TQ280397
5 bay barn with crown post roof and jowled posts. Roof shape not recorded.
- Barn B [derelict] 16c TQ280397
St Barbs L16c TQ265397
Spikemead 1604 TQ264394
Smoke bay house, the centre bay probably divided into a cross passage & a smoke hood
Upper Prestwood Farm E15c TQ235346
An early, unspoilt, hall house of classic plan, with two service rooms off a cross passage

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