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Palmers Farm

Brocks Copse Road

Farmhouse (Early C19 to Late C19 - 1830 to 1880 AD)

Numerous additions and extensions.1

Barn (Mid C18 to Late C18 - 1750 to 1800 AD)

Has two porches.2

Stable (Mid C19 to Late C19 - 1840 to 1880 AD)

Arched lintels over doors and windows. Or keystones.3

Cart Shed (Mid C19 to Late C19 - 1840 to 1880 AD)

Faces North, western end of stone, 2 cart entrances and small doorway, stone stairs to loft, on western gable. 3 horizontal sash (?) windows to hayloft. The eastern end adjoining other farm buildings, is of chequered brick, with wooden pillars. 4 boarded up hayloft windows and a loft door with projecting gable above it. This has stone dressings.4

Dairy (Mid C19 to Late C19 - 1840 to 1880 AD)

Part of west side is English bond.5

Farm Building (Mid C19 to Late C19 - 1840 to 1880 AD)

South face of rubble, coursed, stone window dressings and sill. Adjoins cowshed (to North). House is to south, joined by brick wall. Bricked up window North side.5

Cow House (Mid C19 to Late C19 - 1840 to 1880 AD)

Adjoins farm building. May have been a pig sty - has small blocked up brick openings near ground on east face6

See also reference under Estates/Palmers

Source:
1. J. Davis
2. M. Brinton
(1) Graphic material: Historic Buildings Record Photographs.
(2) Graphic material: Colour slide.
(3) Unpublished document: SPAB Barn Survey form.
3. C. Slawson
5. G. Terry
6.
(1) Graphic material: Historic Buildings Record Photographs.
(2) Graphic material: Colour slide.
Isle of Wight County Archaeology and Historic Environment Service

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