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Description: Thatched Outbuilding Circa 8 Metres North of Manor Farm
Date Listed: 12 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 131247
OS Grid Reference: SP0203407939
OS Grid Coordinates: 402034, 207939
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7701, -1.9719
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NORTH CERNEY NORTH CERNEY VILLAGE
SP01 075 -
16/224 Thatched outbuilding c8m north
of Manor Farm
Outbuilding. Drystone limestone rubble. Thatched solid twig roof
(see later). Curved plan. C20 concrete block wall with corrugated
iron roof on the north, not of special interest. Double-width
entrance on the north side; plank infill to the left of the
opening; low opening with C20 timber lintel to the right of the
double doorway to a projecting cast iron cage. The south side of
the building is open-fronted with timber uprights retaining their
bark. The roof comprises a solid mass of twigs above tie beam
level (the later comprising strong silver birch branches retaining
their bark) roofed with thatch. This building is particularly
unusual for its plan, roof construction and roofing material.
Listing NGR: SP0203407939
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Source: English Heritage
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