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Description: 2 Adjoining Barns to North of Charlton Court Farm, in Farmyard
Date Listed: 21 March 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 128612
OS Grid Reference: ST8817293347
OS Grid Coordinates: 388172, 193347
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6388, -2.1723
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ST 89 SE TETBURY UPTON CHARLTON
5/337 2 adjoining barns to north of
Charlton Court Farm, in farmyard.
Two adjoining barns, to left probably early C17, to right C18.
Rubble stone with quoins, Cotswold stone-slate roof. Barn to
left: 5 bays with braced collar beam trusses and 2 trenched
purlins (some renewed timber from repairs of 1970's). Projecting
central opposed cart entry, with timber boarded gables. Square
pitch-holes on east wall and north wall to right, slit vents
elsewhere and small square vents on west wall. Barn to right: 6
bays with collar and tie beam trusses and 2 trenched purlins (also
with some renewed timbers). Opposed cart entry to right but
projecting gable only to front, also timber boarded. Slightly
lower roof level. Between the 2 cart entries on south side is
stone-tiled lean-to with access to left-hand barn through stone
Tudor archway, probably re-used, similar to several other re-used
Medieval features in the area. Modern lean-to to rear, and to far
Listing NGR: ST8817293347
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