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Description: Barn About 7 Metres North of Number 33
Date Listed: 2 October 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 125676
OS Grid Reference: SO7215325730
OS Grid Coordinates: 372153, 225730
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9294, -2.4064
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SO 7225-7325 NEWENT CULVER STREET
13/145 Barn about 7m north of No 33
(formerly listed as Barn to the
2.10.54 North of Tan house, Culvert Street)
Former barn, now showroom and offices for glassworks; 1695
(datestone); Flemish bond brickwork, purply to main door head
level, reddish above. Slate roof. Five-bay barn. Plain brick
plinth, central doorway, originally with double doors below eaves,
brick-on-edge to timber lintel, faced ship-lap boarding; doorway
infilled sill wall and 5-light mullion and transom window. 3
infilled slit air vents at low level each side, plain string
course, 2 above. Wall heightened in different coloured brick
above door head level: datestone over door. Right return 2 mid
C20 windows under concrete lintel, plinth and string course as
front: 2 slits above, 3 and 2 in gable with further plain string
between, oval owl hole in apex of gable.
Internally inserted floors and partitions (late C20): angle-strut
trusses, 2 with collars; wind braces from purlin to wallplate.
Air vents below main door head splayed reveals internally; those
above do not widen. Used as Plymouth Brethren Meeting Room for
Listing NGR: SO7215325730
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Source: English Heritage
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