What are the approximate dimensions of The Yeomans' House, Bignor, West Sussex, England?

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    How "approximate" are you happy with? You can take a guess at the stone base at 3-4ft, the upper and lower storeys at ~6ft each and the roof at about 10-12ft. Front to back 12-15ft and the frontage 35-40ft. Jul 28 '18 at 7:55
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    Some quick& dirty google maps measurements suggest that the roof is 7*20 meters.
    – b.Lorenz
    Jul 28 '18 at 9:34
  • Bananas were not available in that time period in England. We'll just never know.
    – Schwern
    Aug 2 '18 at 21:34
  • @Schwern It seems you are correct. The house is from the Tudor period, late 1400s, while the first recorded banana appearance in England was on April 10th, 1633!
    – smcs
    May 22 '19 at 8:59

From Google Maps:

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I've positioned the cottage bottom right in the map, against the scale. You can see that it's roughly 15 m wide and can infer the depth from that.

It's loose and fast, but it's an approximation at least.

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