Ashgrove Farm, Ardley, Oxfordshire. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: oxfordar1-353734)

Oxford Archaeology (South), 2019

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Introduction

Ashgrove Farm, Ardley, Oxfordshire. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: oxfordar1-353734)

Oxford Archaeology was commissioned to record Ashgrove Farm as it stood in March 2014, ahead of the proposed conversion of several of the agricultural buildings to domestic use, including the demolition of some of the twentieth-century agricultural buildings.

Ashgrove Farm is a fairly small farm, set roughly around a farmyard. The current range of buildings date from the early-mid eighteenth century to the mid twentieth century and briefly consist of limestone threshing barn, pigsties, stables and looseboxes, modern open barns and a brick built early-mid Victorian farmhouse. The early-mid eighteenth century threshing barn, listed as Grade II in 1988, lacks its original roof covering and barn doors, but retains the roof trusses and brick threshing floor.