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Description: Farmbuildings to Immediate North of Wardens Hall
Date Listed: 29 June 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 118541
OS Grid Reference: TL5933206938
OS Grid Coordinates: 559332, 206938
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7385, 0.3062
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TL 50 NE WILLINGALE Farmbuildings to
5/120 immediate north of
Livestock building, granary, barn and waggon shed, late C18 and early C19.
A 'U' shaped court of farmbuildings facing the main front of Warden's Hall.
To the west is a late C18 livestock building of red diapered flemish bond brickwork
with hipped variegated pantile roof and a mixture of flat and segmental arch
toped openings. The south wall has a diamond shaped group of ventilator holes.
At its rear, an integral lean-to calf house with high level ventilation slits
and pierces wall base to allow under-floor ventilation. The long northern frontage
is composed of red brick granary hay loft building of early C19 with pantile
roof and lean-to to south and a long C18 barn. The latter is again pantile
roofed, with 2 gabled midstreys to the court and is clad in black weatherboarding.
The return block to east is part waggon shed and .part workshop/engine shed,
of early C19 red brick with hipped peg tile roof. Red brick wall links end
of courtyard blocks enclosing stock yard. Included for group value.
Listing NGR: TL5933206938
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Source: English Heritage
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