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Green Farmhouse, 12 High Street, Haslingfield

History of 12 High Street

Listed building:

House. Late C17 and c.1825. Late C17 part timber-framed, rendered, and reed thatched with rebuilt white brick stack. Two bays remain of possibly a three . — bay cottage. One storey and attic. Two dormers to High Street elevation and four casements. Original entry, now blocked, on garden side, to lobby entry. In c.1825 the principal range was added for the bailiff of Haslingfield Manor.


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