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Description: Brick Farm Building About 50 Metres North North West of the Grange
Date Listed: 25 September 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 112422
OS Grid Reference: TQ6853592451
OS Grid Coordinates: 568535, 192451
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6057, 0.4324
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TQ 69SE MILL ROAD
2/146 BRICK FARM BUILDING
About 50 Metres North-
North West of the
Possibly cattle shelter or implement shed with integral stables
and granary. Circa late C18 or early C19. Flemish bond red
brick with some blue headers and weatherboarded timeber-frame end
gables. Corrugated asbestos sheet roof with gabled ends.
Plan: Long rectangular range facing farmyard to west comprising
an open-fronted 7-bay implement shed or cattle shelter with loft
above and integral stables at south end with granary above.
One storey and lofts. West front has 3:1:3 bay arcade of round
brick arches, the centre large, on stone rectangular piers with
stone imposts. Stable doorway and window to right. At south end
a loft doorway in gable and 2 later ground floor doorways. The
rear wall it blind. Later C19 brick building on north end. The
doorways have C20 plank doors.
Interior: Large uncamfered cross-beams with runout stops and
unchamfered joists. Insubstantial C20 partitions separating each
bay. Stairs from south bay to lofts. Common rafter roof with
ridge-board and halved and lapped waney collars with clasped side
purlines, alternating with pairs of straight collars with birds-
mouth joists to purlins. Over the cross beams large curved
timber brackets set into the front and back walls.
Listing NGR: TQ6853592451
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Source: English Heritage
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