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Apley, High House
Apley, High House
Apley, High House

Listed in Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1930 "Brown Arth. Leonard, farmer, High ho" 

Located close to the church.

DB 30 March 2021

Apley, High House
Ashby de la Launde, Home Farmhouse
Ashby de la Launde, Home Farmhouse
Ashby de la Launde, Home Farmhouse

"Farmhouse. Early C18, early C19 with C20 alterations"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1061825 

23 November 2020

Ashby De La Launde, Home Farmhouse
Aslackby, Moorfield House
Aslackby, Moorfield House
Aslackby, Moorfield House

"Farmhouse. Late C18, mid C19"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1317654 

DB 20 August 2020

Aslackby, Moorfield House
Authorpe, Hall Farm House
Authorpe, Hall Farm House
Authorpe, Hall Farm House

This five-bay frontage brick house is originally sixteenth century with burnt brick diaper decoration. The gable-end chimney stack is a substantial element of the original composition.
 
The right-hand bay is an eighteenth-century extension in Flemish bond.

It is Grade II listed:
 
https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1360010

Jean Howard, 2 May 2021

Authorpe Hall Farm House
Bardney, Abbey Lodge Farmhouse
Bardney, Abbey Lodge Farmhouse
Bardney, Abbey Lodge Farmhouse

This modest farmhouse, built in stone with brick tumbled gables, has elements dating from the thirteenth century. It was partially rebuilt and renovated over the years through to the eighteenth century.

Pearl Wheatley, 2012

Bardney, Abbey Lodge farmhouse
Bassingham, Manor Farmhouse, Whites Lane
Bassingham, Manor Farmhouse, Whites Lane
Bassingham, Manor Farmhouse, Whites Lane

"Early C18 and mid C19"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1061924 

Explained by village history map that 

"Bassingham Manor House was once part of Manor Farm. In 1832 Charles Marfleet, one of the Lords of the Manor, modernised the frontage as we see it today"

DB 20 April 2018

Bassingham, Manor Farmhouse, Charles Marfleet
Baumber, Baumber House
Baumber, Baumber House
Baumber, Baumber House

Farmhouse neighbouring the church to the east.

Listed in Kelly's Directory 1896 "Elsey William Edward, farmer & trainer, Baumber house" ...

This parish is noted for the number of race horses bred by Mr. W. T. Sharpe and Mr. W. E. Elsey; Galopin, winner of the Derby in 1875, was bred here"

DB 28 September 2018

Baumber House, Galopin
Blankney, Home Farmhouse (Grangely House)
Blankney, Home Farmhouse (Grangely House)
Blankney, Home Farmhouse (Grangely House)

"Farmhouse. c1835 by W A Nicholson ... This building is part of the complete estate village erected by the Chaplin's of Blankney Hall"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1359361 

DB 17 October 2020 

Blankney, Home Farmhouse, Grangely House, W A Nicholson
Bloxholm Hall
Bloxholm Hall
Bloxholm Hall

"Formerly listed as west wing of Bloxholm Hall ...  Country house, now farmhouse. 1707 and 1827 designed by Lewis Vulliamy, with C20 alterations ...

To the south an ashlar wall, with a fine ashlar archway leading into the former service courtyard ...

This building was originally the north service wing of Bloxholm Hall, built 1707 for Septimus Ciprian Thornton, enlarged 1772 and again in 1827 for George Manners by Lewis Vulliamy. The hall was largely demolished c1960"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1254111 

DB 15 October 2020

Bloxholm, Bloxholm Hall Farmhouse, Lewis Vulliamy
Bourne, Castle Farm
Bourne, Castle Farm
Bourne, Castle Farm

Located near the center of Bourne on the site of the former castle. 

"The Norman castle built by Baldwin FitzGilbert was reputed to stand on the same site as the Saxon Manor which was the home of Hereward the Wake.

This was destroyed after being used by Cromwell's troops in 1645 and a farmhouse was built on the site, which is this building.

Early C18 or before"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1260271 

DB 20 August 2020

Bourne, Castle Farm, Well Head Cottage, Baldwin FitzGilbert, Hereward the Wake
Buslingthorpe, Manor Farm House
Buslingthorpe, Manor Farm House
Buslingthorpe, Manor Farm House

"Farmhouse. Late C18 ... The house is set within a substantial medieval moated enclosure"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1064031 

DB 2020

Buslingthorpe, Manor Farm House
Claypole, Fen Farmhouse, Main Street
Claypole, Fen Farmhouse, Main Street
Claypole, Fen Farmhouse, Main Street

"House. Late C18. Red brick with hipped pantile roof with lead flashings and 2 ridge stacks to rear"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1360039 

DB 24 September 2018

Claypole, Fen Farmhouse
Coleby, Hall Farm
Coleby, Hall Farm
Coleby, Hall Farm

From the Coleby Parish Character Assessment May 2017 :-

"A collection of farm buildings, yard and farmhouse with some historical significance.

The farm building slate roofs, mostly gabled but including a pyramid roof had recently been repaired at the time of writing.

Similarly the farm manager's house (of red brick with a complex gabled roof of slate and traditional vertical sash windows) had recently been refurbished"

http://parishes.lincolnshire.gov.uk/Files/Parish/98/NP_Coleby_Character_Assesment1.pdf 

DB 16 April 1918

Coleby, Hall Farm
Coleby, Ivy House
Coleby, Ivy House
Coleby, Ivy House

"House. Early C19 with mid C19 alterations ... Good fleur-de-lys railings and gate"

http://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1164872 

The Coleby Parish Character Assessment May 2017 reads :-

"Georgian farmhouse with hipped slate tiled roof and traditional sash windows and gable end chimneys is Grade II listed.

There are farm buildings and a large 20th century stone built bungalow with red pantile roof to the rear and facing down the cliff edge"

http://parishes.lincolnshire.gov.uk/Files/Parish/98/NP_Coleby_Character_Assesment1.pdf 

DB 9 May 2018

Coleby, Ivy House, Farmhouse
Culverthorpe, Park Farm House
Culverthorpe, Park Farm House
Culverthorpe, Park Farm House

"Farmhouse. Early C19 and late C19, altered C20 ...

Central glazed C20 doors with reused early C17 moulded ashlar surround and a Doric doorcase supporting a plain frieze and cornice containing a circular panel and supporting an obelisk finial ...

The doorcase was presumably reused from the earlier hall. To the rear is a reconstructed gable with obelisk finials and a datestone of 1649"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1061794 

DB 19 May 2020

Culverthorpe, Park Farm House
Eagle, Village Farmhouse, High Street
Eagle, Village Farmhouse, High Street
Eagle, Village Farmhouse, High Street

The early 19C farmhouse has been listed together with its walls, gate and railings.

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165136 

DB 30 July 2018

Eagle, Village Farmhouse
Ewerby, Manor House
Ewerby, Manor House
Ewerby, Manor House

"Farmhouse. Mid C19, in the Tudor taste"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1061839  

Listed in Kelly's Directory 1930 "Meeds Tom, farmer, Manor ho". 

DB 26 April 2021

Ewerby, Manor House
Fulbeck, Manor Farm
Fulbeck, Manor Farm
Fulbeck, Manor Farm

"House, C17 with extensive rebuilding of 1884 ...  Above the door is a panel inscribed H. Fane, 1884"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062407

DB 29 May 2020

Fulbeck, Manor Farm, House, Fane
Gayton le Marsh, Askleigh Farm
Gayton le Marsh, Askleigh Farm
Gayton le Marsh, Askleigh Farm

A handsome composition of polychromatic brickwork: yellow ‘quoins’, and corbelled hoods above the openings.

Modern large-paned windows and concrete roof tiles have changed the original appearance.

Jean Howard, 9 May 2021

Gayton Le Marsh, Askleigh Farm
Gayton le Marsh, Elvins Farm
Gayton le Marsh, Elvins Farm
Gayton le Marsh, Elvins Farm

This delightful small farmhouse, with decorative brickwork and three original sash windows, stands beside a busy farmyard and would seem to be largely overlooked.
 
The name may relate to Thomas Elvin who farmed in Gayton in 1840s and whose 45 acres were taken over by a nephew Elvin Townsend.

Jean Howard, 9 May 2021

Gayton Le Marsh, Elvins Farm
Grimoldby, Ivy House Farm, Pick Hill Lane
Grimoldby, Ivy House Farm, Pick Hill Lane
Grimoldby, Ivy House Farm, Pick Hill Lane

A traditional red brick and slate roofed farmhouse with smartly maintained farm buildings.
 
The house is late eighteenth century with tumbled gables and a raised band across the front where the upper floor supports rest.
 
It is Grade II listed: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1063046 

Jean Howard, 21 March 2021

Grimoldby, Ivy House Farm, Pick Hill Lane
Grimoldby, The Gables
Grimoldby, The Gables
Grimoldby, The Gables

In Middlesykes Lane stands this handsome eighteenth century farmhouse with tumbled gables.
 
It is listed Grade II : https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1063045 

Jean Howard, 21 March 2021

Grimoldby, The Gables
Grimoldby, The Gables
Grimoldby, The Gables
Grimoldby, The Gables

Twentieth century dormer windows have been inserted on the western pitch of the roof to admit evening sunshine.

Jean Howard, 21 March 2021

Grimoldby, The Gables
Heighington, Clarke's Charity Farm
Heighington, Clarke's Charity Farm
Heighington, Clarke's Charity Farm

An early view of the back of the farmhouse at Clarke’s Charity Farm.

This property was left by Sir Edward Clarke to provide funds for a 'Bread Charity'.

The house faces south onto High Street with the Beck running across the north end of the yard - hence the ducks!

Heighington, Clarke's Charity Farm, Bread Charity
Heydour, Church Lees Farmhouse
Heydour, Church Lees Farmhouse
Heydour, Church Lees Farmhouse

"Possibly former rectory, now farm house; c.1700 with major alterations and addition in c.1800"

"Above door a blocked window forming a niche in which there stands a C14 carved figure of a musician"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1360325 

DB 6 August 2018 

Heydour, Church Lees Farmhouse
Hough on the Hill, Church Farm
Hough on the Hill, Church Farm
Hough on the Hill, Church Farm

Church Farm, encloses the churchyard at its northern end.

"Church Farm, a two and a half storey detached, Georgian Farmhouse that has a pleasing aspect facing the church and churchyard"

http://www.southkesteven.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=15756&p=0 

DB 26 June 2018

Hough on the Hill, Church Farm, image, house
Hough on the Hill, Red House
Hough on the Hill, Red House
Hough on the Hill, Red House
Hough on the Hill, Red House, Farmhouse
Little Humby, Old Manor House
Little Humby, Old Manor House
Little Humby, Old Manor House

"Farm house: c.1631 with 1791 addition and extensive C19 restoration"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1261806

DB 11 July 2020 

Little Humby, Old Manor House
Londonthorpe, Hall Farm House, Church Lane
Londonthorpe, Hall Farm House, Church Lane
Londonthorpe, Hall Farm House, Church Lane

"Farm house, c.1730 with extension of 1774"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1261914 

DB 25 March 2019

Londonthorpe, Hall Farm House
Morton by Bourne, The Grange
Morton by Bourne, The Grange
Morton by Bourne, The Grange

"Wall, gate lodges, possibly lock-ups, and gateway. Mid C17, C18"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062687 

The Grange itself visible in the background "Farmhouse. Late C17, early and mid C19., early C20"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1166232 

DB 20 August 2020

Morton by Bourne, The Grange
Old Woodhall, Darwood House Farm
Old Woodhall, Darwood House Farm
Old Woodhall, Darwood House Farm

"Farmhouse. C15 with C17 and C19 alterations and addition"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1147282 

DB 29 February 2020

Old Woodhall, Darwood House Farm
Saltfleet, Manor House
Saltfleet, Manor House
Saltfleet, Manor House

This is a Grade II listed building of similar date and style to the New Inn opposite.  It must pre-date 1673 as an upstairs window pane is engraved with that date, a lovers’ knot and the names Robert Fox and Jane Hardy.

The house also retains its original wide oak staircase.  A photograph of 19th century red flock wallpaper used here is in the V&A wallpaper collection.

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1063062

and http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O763011/photograph-

Jean Howard, August 2020 unknown/

Saltfleet, Manor House
Skellingthorpe, The Grove (Skellingthorpe Farm)
Skellingthorpe, The Grove (Skellingthorpe Farm)
Skellingthorpe, The Grove (Skellingthorpe Farm)

Ashlar plaque displayed on a west wall of The Grove.

"SKELLINGTHORPE FARM ERECTED MDCCCXIII ... " ie erected 1813.

Building here marked as Skellingthorpe Farm on the OS 25 inch map published 1907. 

DB 2020

Skellingthorpe, The Grove, Farm
Stapleford, Hall
Stapleford, Hall
Stapleford, Hall

"House. Mid and late C17, early C18 and C19".

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1307113 

Kelly's Directory 1905 has an entry "Campbell Colin, farmer & grazr. The Hall"

And in 1930 "Meanwell Frank, farmer, The Hall".

DB 2020

Stapleford Hall
Swinderby, Manor Farm House
Swinderby, Manor Farm House
Swinderby, Manor Farm House

"Manor House. Late 17C"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062011 

DB 10 September 2018

Swinderby, Manor Farm House
Tattershall, Castle Cottages
Tattershall, Castle Cottages
Tattershall, Castle Cottages

"Farmhouse, now 2 cottages. Late C18 with C19 alteration"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1216140 

Viewed from the rear, from the grounds of Tattershall Castle.

DB 28 August 2019 

Tattershall, Castle Cottages, Farmhouse
Temple Bruer, Temple Farmhouse
Temple Bruer, Temple Farmhouse
Temple Bruer, Temple Farmhouse

"Farmhouse. C17, late C18, early C19, with C20 alterations and additions ...

This house is built on the site of one of the domestic ranges of the Knight's Templar's Preceptory, and a small fragment of reused medieval tracery survives in an upper window in the north gable"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1261359 

DB 2020

Temple Bruer, Temple Farmhouse, image
Tetford, Wood Farmhouse
Tetford, Wood Farmhouse
Tetford, Wood Farmhouse

The rather awkward position of this fine house on an s-bend is because it pre-dates enclosure of 1765.

Jean Howard, January 2021 

Tetford, Wood Farm house
Thorpe on the Hill, Manor Farmhouse
Thorpe on the Hill, Manor Farmhouse
Thorpe on the Hill, Manor Farmhouse

"Farmhouse. Early C19. Red brick with modern tiled ridge roof"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1061969 

DB 2020 

Thorpe on the Hill, Manor Farmhouse
Westborough, Westfield Farm
Westborough, Westfield Farm
Westborough, Westfield Farm
Westborough, Westfield Farm