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Description: Barn at Tanhouse Farm, About 60m North East of Church End House
Date Listed: 9 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 132370
OS Grid Reference: SO7447106876
OS Grid Coordinates: 374471, 206876
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7600, -2.3713
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FRAMPTON-ON-SEVERN CHURCH END
Barn at Tanhouse Farm, about 60m
north east of Church End House
Barn incorporating cowhouse. Thought to have been rebuilt
immediately after violent storm of 1688, part of the fabric
probably late C16/early C17. Square panel timber-framing on stone
plinth,with brick wall to cowhouse on left hand side facing road.
Brick infill to lowest level on front and to part of gable ends,
remaining infill in split pales, some renewed. Gable ends and
most of rear wall are timber boarded on outer side. Concrete tile
roof with half hip to left end. Cowhouse of 3 bays divided from
4-bay barn by half-height brick wall forming end of first floor,
with raised cobbled floor below. Above partition wall are pair of
raised crucks above tie beam. Remaining roof timbers vary in
construction and not all original timbers remain. Trusses mainly
of tie-beam with queen post struts. First floor in end 2 bays of
barn section with adjacent opposed flush cart entries with renewed
timber double doors. Cowhouse has 3 doors on north side, central
one of planks with large strap hinges possibly original, and slit
vents in brick on both floors on south side, with 2 small wooden
shuttered openings to lower floor.
Listing NGR: SO7447106876
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Source: English Heritage
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