© Mr Richard M. Brown FRICS
60 AND 62 IFIELD ROAD
CRAWLEY, CRAWLEY, WEST SUSSEX
Mr Richard M. Brown FRICS
02 April 2007
21 June 1948
Date of last amendment:
21 June 2048
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Nos 60 and 62
TQ 23 NE 3/44 21.6.48
Late C16 timber-framed farmhouse altered and made into 2 cottages in C19. It is now
in one ownership. Ground floor brick faced, first floor hung with pointed tile
hanging. High pitched roof of fishscale tiles. Three wooden casements. The brick
facing and fenestrations probably C19. Internally there are ceilings with cross
beam and joists stop chamfered, exposed on the ground floor rooms. The massive trusses
with tie beams are visible on the upper floor which is ceiled at collar level. Early
scarf joint in wall plate in south bay. Two open fireplaces to ground floor rooms.
The brick stacks have probably been rebuilt.