The second cottage was probably 18th century, two-and-a-half storeys, again built of coursed and squared Cotswold stone, with a gabled dormer
and casement and mullioned windows.
Grade II listed Whit?eld House was built in the 18th century and constructed of Cotswold stone with a stone tiled roof, small pane sash windows and gabled dormers
. Inside, its elegant rooms offer nearly 6,000 sq ft of space, while outbuildings add close to another 3,000 sq ft.
The symmetrical front elevation of the house with square headed mullioned windows at two main floors and in three large gabled dormers
is especially characteristic of the renaissance period.