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Farm yards

The seventeenth century farmhouse at Upper House Farm, service areas on the right.

The farmhouse of Upper House Farm, now named Oxenbourne House, was originally built in the seventeenth century with a set of service rooms under its roof. Later in that century, a fine barn was added at right angles to the house, to which were subsequently added a cowshed, a stable and a cartshed, forming, with the lane to Ramsdean, a square farmyard with a granary in the middle and a pond … typical of the period.

The barn at Upper House Farm

Upper House Farm layout: Farmhouse (purple), services (green), barn (pink), cowhouse (yellow), stables (green), carthouse (blue), granary (brown)