Marston House Farm, Marston Mongomery, Derbyshire: Building Survey (OASIS ID: cfaarcha1-345763)

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Introduction

Marston House Farm, Marston Mongomery, Derbyshire: Building Survey (OASIS ID: cfaarcha1-345763)

CFA Archaeology Ltd has been commissioned on behalf of Lanpro Services and their clients, to survey what remains of two 19th-century outbuildings at Marston House Farm, Marston Montgomery, Derbyshire. The survey was needed to inform further investigations into earlier structures shown on a tithe map dated 1838. Unfortunately, one of the 19th-century outbuildings had been demolished (Building B) as part of the present development. The other outbuilding in its final phase was used as a cow house (Building A). The northern end of the cow house is constructed from coursed stone and appears to be a late 18th- or early 19th-century construction; however, no datable architectural features were recorded to confirm this. The southern end of the cow house is constructed from brick and it appears that during the latter part of the 19th-century the larger building seen on the tithe map was in part demolished and rebuilt in brick forming the current structure. Forming part of the same late 19th-century redevelopment of the site, a stable was also constructed to the south of the cow house possibly removing all traces of the earlier building.