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Description: Granary Approximately 30m to West of Court Farmhouse
Date Listed: 23 June 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 133130
OS Grid Reference: SO8003500205
OS Grid Coordinates: 380035, 200205
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7002, -2.2903
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SO 8000 NYMPSFIELD CHURCH STREET
17/337 Granary approximately 30m to west
of Court Farmhouse
(previously listed as barn)
Granary with cart shed. c1860, by Benjamin Bucknall. Coursed
rubble limestone with brick dressings; plain tile roof. Two-
storey, cart entry to east and west ends. Gabled end with 2 brick
segmental archways to ground floor, one arch altered at west end.
Two upper floor 2-light mullioned openings at west end, one with
mullion removed; single-light opening centrally above. Single
central 2-light upper floor opening to east end, single-light
above. Flush end buttresses to east end with weathered coping.
Off-centre gabled staircase projection on south side with
shouldered arched doorway on east side.
Interior: longitudinal central supporting wall to ground floor has
3 segmental archways at centre. Heavy timber floor beams supported
off stone corbels. Internal stone stair to granary loft has iron
handrail with wreathed terminals. Five-bay queen post roof,
mullioned openings having segmental rere-arches. Many features in
this solidly-built granary match those on other buildings known to
be by Bucknall. Built when farm formed part of William Leigh's
estate. Forms part of group with Court Farmhouse (q.v.).
Listing NGR: SO8003500205
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Source: English Heritage
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