The timber-framed, thatched building dates to the 16th or 17th centuries, although much altered in the early 19th century. The farm is mentioned in North Stoneham registers in 1715, held by Richard Channel, and in 1832 by James Channel. In 1963 an application to demolish the dilapidated farm was refused and the property became the first Southampton building to receive a special grant under the Local Authorities (Historic Buildings) Act, 1962. It is now a private residence and Grade II listed.

Channel's Farm

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phptogrph, c.2000

Further reading:
Southampton’s Historic Buildings, by R. J. Coles, p17. (HS/k)


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