Churchyard Farm, Neenton, Shropshire: Building Investigation

Author(s): Johanna Roethe

Located west of the central crossroads of the village of Neenton, Churchyard Farmhouse has late 16th or early 17th-century origins. When first built, it was a timber-framed, L-plan building with a jetty and a stone chimney with attached garderobe. The house has been altered, extended and partly refaced in stone. It is a grade II*-listed building (NHLE 1053803) and is located in the Neenton Conservation Area. Within its curtilage are several former farm buildings, including a granary, two derelict barns, and a small store. The north barn and parts of the south barn are the oldest parts, dating from before 1800. The granary appears to date from around 1800, while the other farm buildings date from the later 19th century.

Report Number:
Research Report
Post Medieval Standing Building Building Investigation Standing Structure Farmstead Farming Architectural Investigation


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