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COXES FARM - PAGE UNDER CONSTRUCTION
- Introduction: Coxes Farm – where we have been living since 2012 – is a Grade 2 listed building of slightly uncertain age. The listing states that it is 16th century with 17th century additions at the front. I’m not sure how this is known. There’s a (modern, though not new) board by the lych gate that claims 1500, and I’ve heard 1460 as a possibility. In any case, it’s been knocked about a bit over the centuries.
- Photos: I have spent a lot of effort creating timeline software to display photos easily in bulk. Even more effort was spent collating and annotating the sets of photos related to the developments on our house and gardens. These are accessible from the Blog1, but for ease of access, see:-
- Page 12: Shows a timeline for the repairs undertaken on the House since a crack at the front was discovered in December 2017.
- Page 23: Shows earlier photos the house, including those of the survey and post-purchase repairs and developments. I've yet to sort these into a sensible order.
- Page 34: Shows photos of the Garden - including early ruinations and landscaping - together with other random photos.
- Page 45: Is a rather random page of photos that uses different technology to build it. Unlike the other pages it's not intended to be a timeline, but will select features to highlight and compare.
- Page 56: Discusses some of the issues that can arise with owning a listed building, with a case study at the end (work yet to be completed!) dealing with my own property.
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