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Description: Field Barn and Attached Stables to East at Coxes Farm
Date Listed: 24 May 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 128317
OS Grid Reference: ST9142598405
OS Grid Coordinates: 391425, 198405
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6843, -2.1254
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ST 99 NW CHERINGTON -
4/41 Field Barn anal attached stables
24.5.82 to east at Coxes Farm
Field barn and attached stables or animal shelter to east. Dated
"WG 1819" (William George). Squared rubble stone with Cotswold
stone slate roofs and small ball finials to saddlestones on all
gables. Opposed projecting cart entries, gabled to north and
hipped to south (with datestone) with flanking lean-to sheds.
Lean-to to right of south cart entry retains line of original
catslide roof, lean-to's on west of both cart entries had lower,
separate, roofline but have now been re-roofed at a lower pitch
in corrugated iron. No lean-to to left of north cart entry. 2
storeys of slit vents; on west gable a pitch hole has been formed
from one upper vent. Stout timber draught doors hinged on vertical
pinions with wooden frames, to north with re-used piece of
Interior: 7-bays, king-post trusses with tension screws, 2 rows of
purlins, stone diaphragm arches into cart entries. South east
lean-to chamber has chamfered stone stair formerly to an upper
floor and a stone slab loading landing in doorway above. Re-used
C17 moulded beam in south cart entry. A good example of a Cotswold
barn. To the east are lower animal shelters with curved rubble
stone rear wall, corrugated iron roof and turned stone piers front
Listing NGR: ST9142598405
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Source: English Heritage
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