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Description: Farm Buildings at Smerrill Farm
Date Listed: 26 November 1958
English Heritage Building ID: 129338
OS Grid Reference: ST9975898968
OS Grid Coordinates: 399758, 198968
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6895, -2.0049
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ST 99 NE
(off west side)
7/41 Farm buildings at Smerrill Farm
(formerly listed as Barn)
Complex of two adjoining barns and stable, currently in use as a
museum of farm implements and practices (May 1985). Probably late
C18. Random coursed rubble stone, stone slate roof. Two adjoining
barns of 5 bays to left, 3 bays to right, collar and tie beam
trusses and dividing partition wall, slightly lower roof line to
smaller barn, each with projecting gabled cart entry on south-east
face. To left, double doors replaced with corrugated plastic
sheeting, gabled opposed entry to north-west. To right, double
doors in position, flush opposed entry. Lean-to between projecting
entries on south-east side, supported on 2 wooden posts. Lower
stable building adjoining on far right with stable door, brick
floor and restored wooden stalls and manger.
Listing NGR: ST9975898968
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Source: English Heritage
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