3 edition of Old cottages and farmhouses in Kent and Sussex found in the catalog.
Old cottages and farmhouses in Kent and Sussex
W. Galsworthy Davie
|Statement||taken by W. Galsworthy Davie ; with some descriptive notes and sketches by E. Guy Dawber.|
|Contributions||Dawber, E. Guy 1861-|
|LC Classifications||NA7562 .D28 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p., 100 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||86159874|
In general character and appearance these timber-framed houses bear but little resemblance to those of Shropshire or Lancashire. Very high standard of photography with excellent clear detail. Upon these main posts beams were laid across the building, project- ing forward some eighteen inches in front of the framing below, those to the angles being set diagonally, and shewing with the others in the rooms inside. The old country cottages and yeomen's houses still remaining are well worthy of care and regard, if only for the simple lessons they teach us of the beauty of fitness of purpose. When, therefore, in time the joints ved, and the buildings settled, they were, in Fii — Sinugley Farm, Goudhurst, Kent.
The gabled houses of the towns - the N. We'll arrange for you to meet your local New Business Manager at your convenience to talk over your needs and carry out a free appraisal of your property. In much of the work the tiles merely butted against wooden angle fillets, though in some cases those purposely made for angles are used. These dwellings have full rooms and kitchens. The self catering holiday cottages that are available to rent are situated amongst untouched countryside, pretty villages and seaside towns. This book cost me 52 pounds plus the rebinding costs of about 40 pounds and was in my collection for a number of years.
The divisions between the timbers. Chimney, Kilndown. Into this cill-piece heavy storey-posts of timber, some 8 or 9 inches square, were fixed upright, about 7 or 8 feet apart, those at the angles being generally larger and formed of the butt of a tree placed root upwards, with the top part curving diagonally out- wards to carry the angle posts of the upper story, as shewn in fig. I plain Half round ridge tile is the invariable rule, one, jht well be followed to-day, for perhaps no simpler y finish to a tiled roof has yet been found. We'll arrange for you to meet your local New Business Manager at your convenience to talk over your needs and carry out a free appraisal of your property.
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An example of a colonial era cottage in North America is a small fieldstone house called Boelson Cottage in Fairmount ParkPhiladelphia —one of the oldest extant houses within the city c. Book a good quality holiday home in Lamberhurst The sleepy village of Lamberhurst is set on the southern edge of Kent in the valley of the River Teise.
S ould this volume meet with the appreciation I venture to e tor it, 1 shall shortly issue a companion illustrating the same humble class ot buildings from other counties, for which purpose I hive already secured a number of photographs by Mr. The trade throughout the Middle Ages, until in the i6th nturies the iron works of Sussex were of very great ' onsumption of wood, and the consequent ts.
They are used as a place to spend holidays with friends and family; common activities including swimming, canoeing, waterskiing, fishinghikingand sailing.
Upon these main posts beams were laid across the building, project- ing forward some eighteen inches in front of the framing below, those to the angles being set diagonally, and shewing with the others in the rooms inside. In Michigan, a cottage normally means a summer residence farther north near or on a lake.
Company Registration Number In Wadhurst Church, amongst others, there are in the floor of the chancel and nave some score of finely executed examples, dating from towith lettering, heraldic charges, and coats of arms, modelled and cast in very strong relief, and in the church- yard of Brightling there is an upright cast-iron head-slab over an inch and a quarter thick, datedwith modelled wreaths of fruit and flowers, surmounted by a moulded cornice, an interesting though somewhat late example of the iron-caster's art.
The old country cottages and yeomen's houses still remaining are well worthy of care and regard, if only for the simple lessons they teach us of the beauty of fitness of purpose.
This Batsford series had a gutta perch binding so the plates of virtually all contemporary publishers cloth bindings have dried out and become loose. One of the main features of building generally in the olden time, was suitability to situation and the use that was invariably made of the local materials at hand.
When the gables are cut ped a very favourite treatment in this districtthe hip are tenoned into the nearest common ratters at a lower level.
Ground floor of bay has 6-light early C20 casement, first floor filled in and painted to resemble close studding. It is now available as I have acquired a copy with brighter front board. Throughout the district there are numerous remains of Sussex iron work, the chief, and by far the finest specimens being the iron monumental slabs found in many of the churches.
A moulded cill runs through as a string, and breaks forward around the oriel windows, placed centrally over the bays below, and the steep tiled roof crowns all. Most vacation houses in Sweden are to be found along the coasts and around the major cities.
At Surrey History Centre, we are fortunate to have in our local studies collection many books published on architecture and rural life around this time. Frequently, also, the boarding was tarred, making a very t with the red roofs and walls.
They finished close up against the window frames, with no mouldings or finishings of any kind, two or three courses being tilted out slightly over the window heads and at the bottom of the vertical hanging, which in nearly every case is brought down to the top of the ground-floor windows.
Moulded central truss posts and tie-beam and moulded octagonal central crown-post.
The excellent joinery ot the windows and woodwork generally is well worthy of notice. The quaint village of Tenterden, so renowned for its steeple and the legends connected with it, contains two houses, shewn in plates 16 and 17, which are typical of the early 1 6th century work.
These doors were made of plain up- right boards, moulded on the face, rebated over each other and spiked to cross braces behind, no framing or tenoning beino- used at all.
The smaller one is delightful in its quiet simplicity, and yet rich in strong detail. The wings itly, that on the right containing the original entrance el window adjoining.
The bay windows of these seaside towns are a feature in themseh carried up as they often are from the ground to the tops of the houses, sometimes tour and five storeys high, and three- sided, or, as in Brighton and other of the south coast towns, semi-circular on plan, built of small squared flints, which Fig.
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The plan was set out and a base or foundation wall built, generally of brick or stone, high enough to keep the cill well above the ground. In many parts of Sussex, and particularly in the neighbour- hood around Petworth, a group of houses is to be met with in which an admixture of stone, locally quarried, is used with brick.
Sometimes the angle mullions had shafts with moulded caps and bases worked upon them, though these are only found in early work. This done, 1 realised how greatly it would add to the inter; I and value of the views if they were accompanied by some short I account of the chief features of the buildings, marking their varying types and the chai that took place in their construction anil general treatment, and in Mr.Category:Farmhouses in Kent.
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