Monday, 20 June 2011

Thames Tributary River Roding – Stanford Hall Brook tributary to the Cripsey Brook -Bushes

Thames Tributary River Roding – Stanford Hall Brook tributary to the Cripsey Brook
Stanford Hall Brook flows south eastwards towards Cripsey Brook and the River Roding
TL 52037 07369

Countryside area with scattered farms - some of them ancient


Post to the north - High Laver
Post to the west - Magdalen Laver
Post to the south - Moreton
Post to the east - Moreton


Wind Hill
Lunds House. 17th house subsquently altered. It is timber framed and roughcast rendered. Diamond mullion windows suggests that it was originally a dwelling of low status,
White's Farmhouse. This is a lobby-entrance 17th house which is timber framed and plastered. Ashlyns Cottages
Bushes Farm House, This house dates from 1500, but later extended and ‘restored’ in 1933. It is Timber framed, plastered with the frame exposed. In the roof are smoke-blackened medieval rafters making it clear that this was a medieval open hall to the east and the jettied north-south range is a 16th parlour extension. This is a moated site.

Sources
British Listed Buildings. Web site

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