An eighteenth and early nineteenth century house, with a slate roof and an interesting porch, the design often used by a local builder. Historic England record for the house is here.
At the T-Junction we enter the second Conservation Area. In the last few years it has altered considerably. You cannot fail to notice the many new houses, set close together in small gardens. Two delightful small cottages ideal for first time buyers were pulled down, and the whole atmosphere of Arford just here has been completely changed.
Longcross Hill is up to the left, the main road continues past Eashing Cottages and heads towards the site of the Wheatsheaf Inn, now demolished and replaced by a housing development – also in past times passing a tannery, a forge, Bohanna’s shop and a sheep dip – on its way towards Churt and Frensham.