I have marked the oldest part by the red line in the aerial photo to assist with identification. The Listing indicates it as a C18 building but as can be seen from the exquisite roof it is most likely to be late C16 or perhaps early C17.
The quality of the carpentry, the amount of wattle and daub remaining and the quality of the panels was a joy to see. Behind that exterior makeover is a near intact timber-framed house and it is in remarkably good condition. Only one arched brace was missing and I suspect it was originally thatched. I measured the roof to have a 53 degree pitch and found evidence of battens associated with thatch. Superb to find.