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Description: Barn and Adjoining Stables to South East of the Manor House
Date Listed: 4 June 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 129334
OS Grid Reference: SP0701700403
OS Grid Coordinates: 407017, 200403
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7023, -1.8998
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4/37 Barn and adjoining stables to
south-east of The Manor House
(formerly included as two barns
4.6.52 to south-west of house)
Former barn and adjoining stable, both now used for
storage/garaging. Possibly late C18. Barn originally had flush
entry on west side with timber lintel, now partially glazed and
with sliding garage doors. Remains of gabled opposed entry of east
side, partially dismantled to incorporate large C20 corrugated iron
lean-to. Small hatch to left of flush entry. To right, lower
level building probably former stable has wide door at each end
with timber lintel, small 3-light between with pitch hole above.
Both interiors much altered in C20. To left, later, probably
mid/late C19 single storey addition, with 2 cambered head 2-light
casements and central sliding door replacing original but with
cambered head fanlight still in position.
Listing NGR: SP0701700403
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Source: English Heritage
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