Information for record number MWA8214:
Lodge Farm, Haselor

Summary Lodge Farm, a model farm which was established during the Imperial period. It is situated 600m north west of Red Hill.
What Is It?  
Type: Farmstead
Period: Imperial - Industrial (1751 AD - 1913 AD)
Where Is It?  
Parish: Haselor
District: Stratford on Avon, Warwickshire
Grid Reference: SP 13 56
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Level of Protection National - Old SMR PrefRef (Grade: )
Listed Building (Grade: II)
Sites & Monuments Record

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1 Possibly the earliest of a small number of known model farms in county, dating to early C19. On Marquis of Hertford's estate. Consists of quadrangle with house in centre of front and flanking pavilions. Associated farm buildings include barn, granary, cartlodge, stable, loose boxes and piggeries.
2 The earliest example of a model farm in Warwickshire is an early nineteenth century group at Haselor consisting of a barn, granary, cart lodge, stable, loose boxes and piggeries.

Source No: 1
Source Type: Bibliographic reference
Title: Model Farmsteads - Thematic Survey (EH)
Author/originator: Wade Martins, S, Lake, J, & Hawkins, B
Date: 1997
Page Number: 22
Source No: 2
Source Type: Bibliographic reference
Title: The English Model Farm: Buildng the Agricultural Ideal, 1700-1914
Author/originator: S. W. Martins
Date: 2002
Page Number: 220-221
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designation Listed Building Buildings and structures, such as bridges, that are of architectural or historical importance are placed on a statutory list. These buildings are protected by planning and conservation acts that ensure that their special features of interest are considered before any alterations are made to them.

Depending on how important the buildings are they are classed as Grade I, Grade II* or Grade II. Grade I buildings are those of exceptional interest. Grade II* are particularly important buildings of more than special interest. Those listed as Grade II are those buildings that are regarded of special interest.
period Imperial 1751 AD to 1914 AD (end of the 18th century AD to the beginning of the 20th century AD)

This period comes after the Post Medieval period and before the modern period and starts with beginning of the Industrial Revolution in 1750. It includes the second part of the Hannoverian period (1714 – 1836) and the Victorian period (1837 – 1901). The Imperial period ends with the start of the First World War in 1914.
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monument HOUSE * A building for human habitation, especially a dwelling place. Use more specific type where known. back
monument LODGE * A small building, often inhabited by a gatekeeper, gamekeeper or similar. Use specific type where known. back
monument MODEL * Use for miniaturized monument type. Index with actual monument type where possible. back
monument FARMSTEAD * The homestead of a farm consisting of a farmhouse and working farm buildings, with yards, other working areas and usually a garden to the house. back
monument INDUSTRIAL * This is the top term for the class. See INDUSTRIAL Class List for narrow terms. back
monument PAVILION * A light, sometimes ornamental structure in a garden, park or place of recreation, used for entertainment or shelter. Use specific type where known. back
monument MODEL FARM * A farm building erected in the 18th and 19th century which were architect-designed rather than built in the local vernacular style. back
monument RED HILL * Iron Age or Roman coastal site producing salt by boiling of seawater in fired clay pans, resulting in characteristic mounds of 'BRIQUETAGE' (see Archaeological Objects Thesaurus). back
monument LOOSE BOX * A separate compartment for livestock in which they are free to move about. back
monument FARM BUILDING * A building or structure of unknown function found on a farm. Use more specific type where known. back
monument BARN * A building for the storage and processing of grain crops and for housing straw, farm equipment and occasionally livestock and their fodder. Use more specific type where known. back
monument STABLE * A building in which horses are accommodated. back
monument GRANARY * A building, or first-floor room in a building, for the dry and secure storage of grain after it has been threshed and winnowed. back
monument FARM * A tract of land, often including a farmhouse and ancillary buildings, used for the purpose of cultivation and the rearing of livestock, etc. Use more specific type where known. back

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