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Barn, Linhay and Stable Approximately 40 M North West of Woodhouse Farmhouse, West Alvington

Description: Barn, Linhay and Stable Approximately 40 M North West of Woodhouse Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 19 February 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 100897

OS Grid Reference: SX7287343542
OS Grid Coordinates: 272873, 43542
Latitude/Longitude: 50.2781, -3.7855

Location: West Alvington, Devon TQ7 3QQ

Locality: West Alvington
Local Authority: South Hams District Council
County: Devon
Country: England
Postcode: TQ7 3QQ

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Listing Text

WEST ALVINGTON
SX 74 SW
5/200 Barn, linhay & stable approximately
40 m. north west of Woodhouse
Farmhouse.

G.V. II

Barn, linhay and stable. Late C18 or early C19. Slate stone rubble walls.
Hipped corrugated iron roof. L-shaped range with barn at the top and linhay and
stable forming wing to the south. Barn is 2 storey height with storage above and
shippon below; it has a first floor doorway to the far right and 3 ground floor
doorways with voussoir lintels. 2 rows of pigeon-holes below eaves. Tall 2
storey 4 bay linhay with rubble piers projects from the left-hand end. It has
weetherboarding infill on the first floor, rubble and concrete below. The stable
at the end of the wing has a central doorway with window either side and loft
opening in end wall.
interior: pegged A-frame roof trusses with waney collars.


Listing NGR: SX7287343542

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Source: English Heritage

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