Contained in this page are further details and photographs of
Cooksbridge Farm, as
well as a drawing showing its original structure.
|Originally stood at: Lower
Tulleys Wells Farm, Cooksbridge, Sussex
Period: c. 1700
20ft, (33.5ft including lean-to).
Height to eaves 12.5ft, Height to apex 25.5ft not including plinth
attractive and unusual queen strut and collar
three bay roof construction which features large wind braces. The wall
posts are heavily jowelled and there are pleasingly curved arch
braces. The roof structure is in excellent condition but some repairs and
replacements are required to the wall structure. The lean-to is a later
addition constructed in pine.