Friday, 8 April 2011

Thames Tributary Bourne Brook - Watton's Green

Thames Tributary Bourne Brook
The Brook rises in woodland and flows north east on its way to become the River Rom


Post to the west Tysea Hill
Post to the north Murthering Lane
Post to the east Navestock Common
Post to the south Pyrgo Wood


Curtis Mill Lane

2 Curtis Mill Cottage. 16th, 17th and 20th Timber-framed and weather boarded house. A break in the roof line is for the two 2 bays of a medieval building

Horsemanside
Dycotts Moat. This is a modern farm on a medieval moated site. One outbuilding with 16th timbers
Watton’s Green. Long narrow strip of remaining common. Site with local nature interest.
Stapleford Abbotts Golf Course.

Muthering Lane
Spring Farm
Jenkins Farm. Early 19th on a 17th core. Timber-framed, rendered and weather boarded,
Willow Tree Cottage
Little Bumpkyns.1600 house with exposed timber-framing and peg-tiled roof.

Navestock Common
This area is the furthest south west part of this once extensive commons area.

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