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Rayners Farmhouse (No. 59 North Road)

Late 15th Century, early 16th Century with late 16th Century, 18th & 19th Century modifications and additions. Timber-framed and plastered, plain tiled roofs. Late 16th Century square planned red brick ridge stack with grouped shafts to left hand and gable end stack with two diagonal shafts to right hand. Two storeys with attic and semi basement. Original five bay long jetty building altered in late 16th Century to present plan of cross wing to left hand with two storey porch and lobby entry. Jetty with curved brackets at each of three bays with large 15th Century roll-moulded mullioned and trasomed oriel window to right hand of six-panelled door. First floor 15th Century oriel window with brackets and cill possible replacements of an original moulded cill. Boarded door to porch with sealed window above and in gable of cross wing.

Interior : 15th Century hollow-chamfered cross beams and cambered tie beams with deeply chamfered crown post braced to collar purlin and collar. Late 16th Century inserted doorways, attic floor with wave-moulded ceiling beam, clunch fire places with four centred arches partly sealed by inserted 19th Century hearths. Early 17th Century panelling in ground floor room.

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