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Description: Church Barn
Date Listed: 10 September 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 130552
OS Grid Reference: SP1125014529
OS Grid Coordinates: 411250, 214529
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8293, -1.8381
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NORTHLEACH WITH OFF THE MARKET PLACE
EASTINGTON (west side), Northleach
8/115 Church Barn (formerly listed as
barn adjacent to Rosemary House)
Barn converted into house in early 1980s. Late C18. Limestone
rubble with dressed stone quoins, stone slate roof. C20 stone
stacks. Rectangular plan with projecting 2-storey porch on south.
French doors to double width opening to gabled porch. Two-light
stone-mullioned casement above. C20 plank door within C20 pointed-
arched surround left of porch. Tall C20 round-headed window above.
Ventilation slit left. C20 two-light window inserted in blocked
doorway far left. C20 single-light window above. Similar
fenestration right of projecting porch. Double width door on north
side with glazing over. Four C20 windows and plank door to ground
floor. Blocked single width doorway far right with single width
C20 casement inserted in blocking. Four courses of pigeon holes
run along entire length of north wall at second floor height,
projecting bands above and below. Four small C20 casements
inserted at same level as pigeon holes. Three ventilation slits
and 5 paired pigeon holes in west gable end. Flat coping and
stacks at gable ends.
Interior; simple original collar and tie beam roof trusses with
carpenter's marks. Upper room of projecting porch lined with
finely dressed stone. Two stone-lined niches in side walls of
projecting porch on ground floor.
Listing NGR: SP1125014529
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Source: English Heritage
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