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Description: Westfield Barn
Date Listed: 21 March 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 128286
OS Grid Reference: ST8675097703
OS Grid Coordinates: 386750, 197703
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6779, -2.1930
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ST 89 NE
at NGR ST 867977
3/10 AVENING Westfield Barn
Field barn and adjoining cow shelter to east. Early C18. Rubble
stone, quoins, Cotswold stone slate roof. Barn of 3 bays of collar
and tie beam trusses, with trenched purlins and wind bracing.
Projecting gabled cart entry to south with double timber doors,
pitch hole in west gable, and small ground floor entrance to north
under wooden lintel. Single storey cow shelter to right has
enclosed bay on left then 2 bays with central cylindrical stone
pier. The shelter turns the corner to the south and has a double
Roman tile roof supported on 3 plain wooden piers, and there is a
similar shelter on west side. A wall to the south completes a
yard. These latter features not of special interest.
Listing NGR: ST8675097703
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Source: English Heritage
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