The second half of the 14th century at Caldecote is marked by the development of six substantial farmsteads, four of which, within the excavated area, were superimposed upon the site of the earlier crofts. The new farmhouses were fully framed hall-houses like the surviving medieval houses standing in nearby villages. A further two farmsteads lay outside the excavated area. The core of this chapter describes the archaeology of these new farmsteads and their associated barns and outbuildings, with local and regional parallels, and provides fresh evidence for the rebuilding of the Caldecote manor house as a Wealden farmhouse in the last quarter of the 16th century.