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Description: Barn About 60 Metres East of the Folly Farmhouse
Date Listed: 16 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 130436
OS Grid Reference: ST8957792922
OS Grid Coordinates: 389577, 192922
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6350, -2.1520
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LONG NEWNTON A434
ST 89 SE
7/121 Barn about 60m east of
the Folly Farmhouse
Large barn. Probably mid C18. Rubble stone with quoins, stone
slate roof to west, corrugated material to east. Two pairs of
opposed projecting gabled cart entries with segmental relieving
arches over timber lintel and segmental arch on wall plane. Doors
survive on north west entry, south west entry is filled with 3 bays
of windows and doors. Both have entries on returns facing centre
which now has shingled lean-to. On outer side of each western
entry is 3-bay lean-to open animal shelter with tapering rubble
pillars marking bays. East side has corrugated lean-tos of C20.
Partition wall immediately south of northern pair of entries
divides barn into 4 bays to north and 6 to south, king post trusses
with 3 purlins, central 2 bays with renewed timber on south side.
Partition wall and south gable wall both have segmental headed
pitch hole with dressed stone surround and dropped keystone. Plain
pitch hole to north now blocked. Otherwise slit vents throughout.
Listing NGR: ST8957792922
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Source: English Heritage
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