Farmstead record WLN 120 - Farmstead: High House Farm

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Summary

High House Farm is a farmstead visible on the 1st Ed Os map. The farm is laid out in a parallel plan with additional detached elements. The farmhouse is detached and set away from the yard. The farm sits alongside a public road in a loose farmstead cluster. All working buildings have been replaced by modern sheds.

Location

Grid reference Centred TM 4382 7044 (174m by 93m)
Map sheet TM47SW
Civil Parish WESTLETON, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK

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Type and Period (4)

Full Description

High House Farm is a farmstead visible on the 1st Ed Os map. The farm is laid out in a parallel plan with additional detached elements. The farmhouse is detached and set away from the yard. The farm sits alongside a public road in a loose farmstead cluster. All working buildings have been replaced by modern sheds.

Recorded as part of the Farmsteads in the Suffolk Countryside Project. This is a purely desk-based study and no site visits were undertaken. These records are not intended to be a definitive assessment of these buildings. Dating reflects their presence at a point in time on historic maps and there is potential for earlier origins to buildings and farmsteads. This project highlights a potential need for a more in depth field study of farmstead to gather more specific age data.

Sources/Archives (4)

  • --- Unpublished document: Campbell, G., and McSorley, G. 2019. SCCAS: Farmsteads in the Suffolk Countryside Project.
  • --- Vertical Aerial Photograph: various. Google Earth.
  • --- Map: Ordnance Survey. 1880s. Ordnance Survey 25 inch to 1 mile map, 1st edition.
  • --- Map: Ordnance Survey. c 1904. Ordnance Survey 25 inch to 1 mile map, 2nd edition. 25".

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Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

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Related Events/Activities (1)

Record last edited

Nov 22 2019 8:49AM

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