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Description: Kellars Farmstead to South of Keelars Farmhouse
Date Listed: 27 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 120071
OS Grid Reference: TM0522223042
OS Grid Coordinates: 605222, 223042
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8682, 0.9795
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TM 02 SE ELMSTEAD KEELARS LANE
Keelars Farmstead to south
of Keelars Farmhouse
Farm buildings complex. Dated NCC 1861. Red brick with grey slate roofs. The
buildings enclose the farmyard on 4 sides with an entrance to the north. The
western range adjoining Keelars Lane is a single storey enclosed range with
stable doors and windows all with louvres over. Extending north beyond the
enclosed yard is a 2 storey range, the roof outshot to road. This range with 4
chamfered, red brick depressed arches to east and 3 to north faces, these with
stone imposts. 2 of the northern archways now with vertically boarded doors.
Loft doorway to north face. Moulded cornice. Semi-circular window with glazing
bars and stone plaque relating "NCC 1861" to gable. Dentilled eaves cornice to
east face. There is an iron driving shaft running through the ground floor. The
southern single storey range has various open and enclosed bays those to the
east weatherboarded. The eastern barn with vertically boarded full height doors
into the farmyard and a central gabled midstrey to east. 2 single storey ranges
to the north are of 4 bays, one open, the other part weatherboarded and with a
Listing NGR: TM0522223042
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Source: English Heritage
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