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COURT HOUSE FARM AND GREAT BARN

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  COXWELL GREAT BARN, COXWELL GRANGE
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Probable site of a Cistercian grange built by the monks of Beaulieu Abbey during the early 13th century, a chapel was documented in 1204. The tithe barn also dates to the early 13th century and although it measures 40m by 15m is considered relatively small. The site is now occupied by Court House Farm, a 16th century building with 17th century additions. No traces of the grange have yet been identified and the site now belongs to the National Trust and is in a good state of preservation.

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