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Description: The Barn and Attached Ancillary Buildings
Date Listed: 31 July 1980
English Heritage Building ID: 116420
OS Grid Reference: TL8675619416
OS Grid Coordinates: 586756, 219416
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8421, 0.7096
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FEERING FEERING HILL
TL 8619-8719 (north-west side)
8/99 The Barn and attached
31.7.80 ancillary buildings
(formerly listed as The
Barn, No. 15A Feering
Barn and attached ancillary buildings. Timber framed, weatherboarded, roofed
with handmade red plain tiles. Barn of 7 bays aligned NE-SW, with midstrey to
SE. Lean-to extension of red brick in E angle, forming a catslide with the
midstrey roof. Lean-to extension in S angle, forming a catslide with the main
roof. C18 2-bay stable range to NW of NE bay, with small lean-to extension to
SW of NE bay, and C19 further ancillary building beyond, both of one storey. SE
elevation (towards Feering Hill), C20 double vehicle doors in midstrey,
weatherboarded above, plain boarded door in right lean-to, one C19/20 fixed
light to left of midstrey; approx. 4 metres of the wall from the left corner is
cement-rendered. Main roof and midstrey roof half-hipped. NW elevation, C19/20
double vehicle doors to threshing bay, 2 C19/20 fixed lights; the footing of
tarred bricks in English bond varies in height from 0.5 metre at the left end to
1.5 metres at the right end, owing to the gradient. The SW elevation has double
garage doors and single garage doors, and above, a brass bell pivoted on a
wrought iron bracket attached to the building. The SW elevation of the first
ancillary range has a garage door and a C19 halved stable door; the second range
has 3 C20 casements and 2 plain boarded doors. The barn has jowled posts, heavy
studding, wallplates grooved for original infill of wattle and daub, removed.
Arched braces to the tiebeams. Near the SW end a cross-wall of late timber
framing with primary straight bracing is infilled with brick, up to wallplate
level only. Also at, this end the main walls are infilled with late brickwork.
The last internal tiebeam at the NE end does not have arched braces. Clasped
purlin roof. The ancillary ranges have lighter framing and unjowled posts.
Arched braces to the middle tiebeam of the first range. Shown on tithe map of
1843 as Feering Mill (Farm), (Essex Record Office D/CT 137).
Listing NGR: TL8675619416
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Source: English Heritage
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