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Description: Linked Farmbuildings at Hurworth Bryan Farm
Date Listed: 11 October 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 109453
OS Grid Reference: NZ3944435247
OS Grid Coordinates: 439444, 535247
Latitude/Longitude: 54.7107, -1.3893
NZ 33 NE WINGATE HURWORTH BRYAN
Linked farmbuildings at
Hurworth Bryan Farm
Farmbuildings. C18 combined threshing barn and granary, C18 byre, late C18 horsegin
and early C19 range of loose boxes. Limestone and sandstone rubble with some
brick infill; pantiled roofs. Linked buildings enclose small yard: L-plan threshing
barn and granary with horsegin to west, loose boxes to south-west and byre to
2-storey, 4-bay threshing barn and 3-bay granary have several altered openings and
some blocked first floor breathers. Roof has coped gables and is hipped at angle;
central section of ridge of threshing barn heightened in mid C20.
Horsegin with semi-hexagonal west end; later rubble infill walls with inserted
windows between piers. Modified king-post truss supports semi-pyramidal roof.
Single-storey, 4-bay range of loose boxes has central circular pier dividing double
bay with two C20 boarded doors; end bays have single doorways, north bay with remains
of a fireplace. Roof hipped to south.
2-store, 4-bay byre linked to threshing barn by short section of wall, canted on
plan. Vehicle entrance in south gable end. Altered openings. 4 raised cruck -
trusses support steeply-pitched roof with raised verges. Lean-to meal house
attached to east wall. Short section of wall attached to south-west partly encloses
Detached byre, 10 metres to east, not of special interest. Farmbuildings derelict
at time of survey.
Listing NGR: NZ3944435247
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Source: English Heritage
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