Fawley Court Farm

Fawley Court Farm
Marlow Road

This is or was the home farm to Fawley Court and occupies a large site with numerous outbuildings on the west side of the Henley to Hambleden road (there are barns, stables, cottages, covered yard, a privy – see attached sketch plan);  some since demolished or converted to residential. The date stone of 1737  I. Freeman is on the wall of an upstairs bedroom of the house. This is now called Fawley Court Lodge;  it is brick-built, of double-pile plan, and the internal walls are lined with chalk blocks (there is a large chalk quarry near-by in Icehouse Lane).

The 8-bay timber-framed and weatherboarded barn has a 5-bay extension on its south side. Only the service buildings were photographically recorded and described. Some 19th & 20th Sales documents are included.

Grid Reference: SU76488526
Parish: Fawley
Surveyed in: 1985
Report written by: Ruth Gibson
Sort key: FAW-MAR-FAW