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Description: Granary and Cartshed, Corsend Farm
Date Listed: 18 October 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 125576
OS Grid Reference: SO7940825240
OS Grid Coordinates: 379408, 225240
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9253, -2.3008
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SO 72 NE HARTPURY CORSEND ROAD
4/44 Granary and Cartshed, Corsend
Granary and cartshed; early C19; English-bond brickwork; squared,
coursed blue lias stone to back and sides of ground floor: tiled
roof. 4-bay, 2-storey, granary over cart shed. Yard elevation 4
openings with 450mm square brick piers between, cambered arches,
stone keystones. Openings undoored, stone blocks for hinges and
hooks for gates survive. Right-hand arch built up late C20. First
floor boarded door centre second bay from left, with projecting
beam over for sack hoist. Dentil eaves: half-hipped roof. Stone
steps against left gable to boarded door on first floor: eaves to
half-hip plain. Late C19 brick extension as garage, extension and
cover to stairs not of special interest. Blue-brick buttresses to
Internally, floor over cartshed carried by heavy beams forming 5
bays: end partitioned off late C20. Upper floor walls plastered,
combed plaster ceiling, 3 king-post trusses. No provision for
lowering sacks through boarded floor. Simple, neatly designed,
well preserved building, forms group with the barn (q.v.).
Listing NGR: SO7940825240
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Source: English Heritage
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