Church Farm House
1678 on inset stone in right gable apex; cottage.  The cottage was incorporated as wing of
the original structure for better living conditions.  

MATERIALS: House of brown brick in English garden wall bond with flush stone quoins on
high stone plinth; slate roof with gable coping and kneeler to right, stone ridge and central
brick stack. Cottage wind has whitewashed rendered and textured walls; slate roof with
stone ridge and brick stack.

EXTERIOR: 2-storey 2-window front to house; to left, 2-storey 1-window front to cottage
wing. House has 6-panel door with glazed upper panels; windows on both floors are wide
10/10 sashes with exposed sash boxes. 5-course raised brick dentilled band at first floor.
Windows in cottage wing are squat 4/8 sashes; eaves course is dentilled. Left gable wall has
door in added porch and round-headed radial glazed window in gable apex.

INTERIOR: Both sections of the unified dwelling have exposed beams and ceiling joists.