Copford with Easthorpe Neighbourhood Plan

Ended on the 16 September 2022
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Historic England Listed Buildings in Copford and Easthorpe


Alma Public House, Copford Green – TL92782268

grade 2 mid 19th century red brick house under a slate roof. Modern single storey extension.

Image of Alma Public House on School Road

The Alma, School Road, Copford

Barn Fronting Road, Boarded Barn Road – TL92772194

grade 2 17th century weatherboard barn, with 5 bays and gabled midstrey

Barn to north west of Trellis House – TL92722278

17th century timber frame and weatherboarded barn with 6 bays

Barn (Shire Barn) to north west of Trellis Cottage and Trellis House – TL92712277

Grade 2 – formerly a 17th century cattle shed timber framed and weatherboarded now a house known

Boarded Barn Farmhouse, Boarded Barn Road – TL92752198

grade 2 17th century plastered timber framed house under a slate roof. Site originally moated.

Boathouse at Copford Hall – TL935228

mid to late18th century summer house/boat house on edge of lake

Brewers Cottage, 35 London Road – TL93222400

a 17th century timber framed and rendered house with modern extensions to side and rear

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Brewers Cottage, London Road, Copford

Brook Cottage, 1 London Road – TL93412408

17th century timber frame house with brick skin, with 18th century addition

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Brook Cottage, London Road, Copford

Bywater Cottage, Rectory Road Copford – TL92242216

grade 2 pair of 18th century cottages with early 19th century alterations. Painted brick with slate roofs

Cart Lodge, Copford Green – TL927227

grade 2 17th century open timber frame with a thatched roof. Hayloft above

Image of Cart Lodge

Cart Lodge, School Road, Copford

Church of St Michael and All Angels, Aldercar Road – TL93482270

Grade 1 listed C12 with C13 and C14 alterations, walls of rubble with Roman brick under a plain tiledroof. Mid C12 wall paintings heavily restored in C19. Timber framed and weatherboarded belfry

Image of Copford Church

Copford Church, Aldecar Road, Copford

Copford Hall – TL934227

grade 2 – house rebuilt c1760 and altered in the19th century. Grounds designed by Richard Woods

Copford Green Post Office – TL927226

grade 2 early 19th century timber framed and weatherboarded house with modern extensions

Copford Place, London Road – TL933241

grade 2 timber frame house built c1700 with brick external skin of gault brick with later extensions.

Little Gore, 118 and 120 School Road – TL92712305

a pair of early 19th century houses, grade 2 listed with mid to late 19th century addition and a modern extension

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Little Gore, School Road, Copford

Mulberry Green Farmhouse, Rectory Road – TL92212220

grade 2 – early 19th century painted brick house with late 19th and early 20th century rear additions.

Old Mill House, London Road – TL93122400

a grade 2 listed red brick house, with attic rooms under a plain tiled roof.

Image of Old Mill House

Old Mill House, London Road, Copford

Mascotts, School Road – TL92552380

grade 2 – elements 15th C, main 16th, Extended in early 19th and 20th century alterations

Pantiles, Rectory Road – TL92252228

grade 2 an early 19th century house of gault brick under a slate roof

Pink Cottage, Copford Green – TL927226

grade 2 16th century timber framed house under a thatched roof and with a modern rear extension. Formerly two cottages

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Pink Cottage, School Road, Copford

Shrub House, London Road – TL93162402

grade 2 listed brick and timber framed house with substantial 21st century extensions

Springfields, Rectory Road – TL925225

grade 2 early 19th century three storey house with a 20th century extensions. Formerly Copford Rectory, Copford College, and now Springfield Nursing Home.

Image of Springfields Nusring home

Springfields, Rectory Road, Copford

Stables Cottage to North of Copford Hall – TL93462277

grade 2 18th century, originally of timber frame and weatherboarded with front altered and given brick facing

Stable to North of Copford Place, London Road – TL933241

grade 2 18th century brick stable with plain tiled roof

Stanway Bridge, London Road, Copford – TL93222399

grade 2 – small 18th century single span red brick bridge

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Stanway Bridge, London Road, Copford

Trellis House and Trellis Cottage, Copford Green – TL92782272

grade 2 - 17th century timber framed house with 19th century extensions and alterations.

Image of Trellis House

Trellis House, School Road, Copford

Upper Hill Farmhouse, Fountains Lane, Copford – TL93882223

grade 2 - 15th century hall house with cross wings

Vineyards, Church Road, Copford – TL93152254

grade 2 16th century timber framed house under tiled roof. In 19th century was divided into 5 cottages but now a single house

Image of Vineyards house

Vineyards, Church Road, Copford

Windmill Hotel (later Kings Nightclub now The Manor House), London Road – TL92772386

early 19th century three storied house with cellars. Grade 2 listed


Badcocks Farmhouse (formerly listed as Great Badcocks), Easthorpe Road – TL90042108

grade listed 2 - a 15th century timber framed hallhouse, with gabled crosswings, hall rebuilt 16th century, long wall jetty wall with carved and moulded bressumer dated 1585. House previously moated

Bell House, Easthorpe Road – TL91302194

grade 2 – late 16th century house with 18th century addition

Cart Lodge to south of barn at Easthorpe Hall, Easthorpe Road – TL91152419

Grade 2 listed – timber frame weatherboarded, under a thatch roof with a hay loft

Cart Lodge to south west of barn at Easthorpe Hall, Easthorpe Road – TL91132475

Grade 2 early 19th century timber framed cart lodge, weatherboarded, under a thatch roof

Church of St Mary, Easthorpe Road – TL91242150

grade 1 listed church built with mixed rubble and septaria with Roman brick dressings under tiled roofs. Dating from early 12th century. 13th century wall paintings on south east window splays

Easthorpe Green Farmhouse – TL90292198

grade 2 - 17th century timber framed house, with part brick with rendered and weatherboarded elevations under tiled roofs

Easthorpe Hall, Easthorpe Road – TL91162151

a grade 2 listed 15th century rendered timber framed house under tiled roofs, hall with gabled crosswings, 17th century extension at rear

Flispes, London Road – TL90312201

a grade 2 listed building, circa 1580, with 18 and 19th century weather boarding under a thatched roof.

House without a Name (previous Public House), Easthorpe Road – TL91282146

a grade 2 listed building with a painted brick front, tiled roofs extended in 19th and 20th century

Little Badcocks Farmhouse, Easthorpe Road – TL91362501

a grade 2 listed timber framed 17th century house with grey brick cladding in 19th century

St Mary's Grange, Easthorpe Road – TL91612160

Grade 2* early 15 century house, extended late 15th century and late 16th century, altered 19th C.

Timber Framed Barn, Easthorpe Hall, Easthorpe Road – TL91142150

grade 2 16th century timber framed and aisled barn with gable midstrey

Well Cottage, Easthorpe Road – TL91252145

a heavily restored 15th century timber frame house, with exposed beams, jettied to north and east, decorated bressumers and dragon beam, inserted floor to hall, 16th century extension, grade 2 listed 

Image of Easthorpe Listed Buildings


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