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Tyes Place, Staplefield
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Tyes Place, Staplefield

Grade II listed building, Tyes Place, is located about 150 yards off Brantridge Lane, Staplefield and is featured on this early postcard with, what seems to be, a hand-written place name.
Tyes Place is a timber-framed building dating back to the 17th century, or earlier. It still retains sash windows on the first floor with glazing bars intact, but with casement windows on the ground floor.
Somewhat later in the last century two dormer windows were built into the front tiled roof facing the camera. Indeed, substantial alterations and improvements have taken place over the last century or so.
Picture added on 14 July 2013 at 09:38
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