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Barn to North of North Farm Farmhouse, Walworth

Description: Barn to North of North Farm Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 16 July 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 110915

OS Grid Reference: NZ2324619076
OS Grid Coordinates: 423246, 519076
Latitude/Longitude: 54.5664, -1.6420

Location: Walworth, Darlington DL2 2LY

Locality: Walworth
County: Darlington
Country: England
Postcode: DL2 2LY

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Listing Text

5/143 Barn to north of
North Farm Farmhouse
Former chapel now barn. Early C13 with alterations. Squared and coursed
rubble; pantiled roof.
Greatly altered chapel, with mainly C19 openings, retains some medieval features.
South side: fragments of chamfered plinth;large blocked round-arched doorway,
with chamfered inner edge, under semicircular hoodmould. West gable end:
fragments of chamfered plinth; flush alternating quoins; voussoirs of small
round-arched window under hoodmould set high in wall. North side: large
irregular blocked opening to east; square-headed, chamfered doorway, with
alternating jambs, to west. C19 barn on east end. C19 roof with coped gables.
Interior: very small trefoil-headed piscina, in pointed-arched surround, and
large rectangular aumbry at east end of south wall. Opening, possibly an
aumbry, at east end on north wall. Several voussoirs of a small, blocked round-
arched window above large C20 opening in east end.
C19 barn on east gable end and late C20 barn on south side are not of special

Listing NGR: NZ2324619076

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Source: English Heritage

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