A timber-framed, continuously-jettied house of the early 16th century, with much of its framing exposed to view externally. It originally incorporated a set of projecting windows, but only fragments of one of these now survive. It has an unusual internal layout with some rooms, apparently, designed for semi-public use. There were two front doors located side by side, one leading into the private part of the building and another, more elaborately finished doorway for ‘public’ access. Two rear ranges were replaced by lean-to outshuts in the 17th century, probably when the building became a farm house, and it is to this period too that the present chimneys probably belong. Beneath the southern end is a cellar that appears to predate the house above.
Heritage Records Online: https://heritagerecords.nationaltrust.org.uk/HBSMR/MonRecord.aspx?uid=MNA153490
11520 photos taken in August 2022 with a Sony a7R III and a DJI Mini 2 and processed in Agisoft Metashape. Photography and model by David Fletcher (@artfletch).