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©  Norman Wigg

IoE Number: 363402
Photographer: Norman Wigg
Date Photographed: 19 June 2003
Date listed: 07 February 1972
Date of last amendment: 07 February 1972
Grade II

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RADFORD ROAD5403Tinsley GreenOldlands FarmhouseTQ 23 NE 3/817.2.72II

RADFORD ROAD 1. 5403 Tinsley Green Oldlands Farmhouse TQ 23 NE 3/81 7.2.72 II 2. Early C17 timber framed central chimney house. Two storeys. Some close-studding and plaster infilling visible at the back but now mainly tile hung. Slate roof with original outshut to north end of the east front. Five casement windows. Two storey gabled porch in the centre of the west front. The porch has an entrance porch and newel stair combined and there is a powder closet on the first floor. The stair turret in the roof has pegs for hand holds. Panelled parlour. The doors have chamfers and stops. The upper floor was used for farm storage and there is a loft door to the farmyard. The house was built by William Bowyer who owned Tinsley Forge nearby. (See Joan M Harding, "Four Centuries of Charlwood Houses" p 66).

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