For new buildings, there is a Tudor Cottage and an Oast House. For those unfamiliar with the latter, an Oast House is a building that's designed for drying Hops used in breweries. As Hops are a new crop in the English Countryside, this is an incredibly logical choice for a themed building, and if any item were to be locked to England, we'd imagine it would be this one.
Meet us behind the break for a look at the new decorative items.
There are four new decorative items that you'll apparently be able to purchase as well (if we had to put money on it, we'd guess all of these items will be part of an update coming as early as this evening). They are the Rose Iron Fence, the Garden Gazebo, a Ivy Covered Swing, and a Garden Picnic. While the names for some of these items might be different in their final release, any of these items would make a lovely addition to either of your farms, but remember, if they are available for both and you want them on both, you'll need to purchase them twice as items can't be switched from one farm to the other.
We'll make sure to give you all of the details about these new items when they officially launch in the game, so keep checking back.
Check out the rest of our English Countryside coverage right here.
Which of these items do you like the most? Will you spend your coins/Farm Cash on the decorations, rather than the buildings? Let us know in the comments.