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Description: Barn About 80 Metres East of Painswick Lodge
Date Listed: 24 August 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 133188
OS Grid Reference: SO8822810693
OS Grid Coordinates: 388228, 210693
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7948, -2.1721
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SO 81 SE
2/12 Barn about 80 metres
east of Painswick Lodge
Large barn. 1780 for Thomas Tunley. Good at squared limestone, stone slate
roof. Deep porches to west and east; that to west has three rows of pigeon
openings with perches, over a hipped stone slate canopy on wood brackets cover-
ing good full height pair of plank doors. To left are 2, and to right 1 long,
low-set ventilation slits, and, far right, an early plank door. North gable has
square loading opening over ventilation slit. Each side, deep gabled porch with
good pair of doors, and, each side, 2 buttresses with 3 offsets. Nine bay
interior, double purlin; 4 bays have strutted tie beams. Gables are coped, with
cross-roll saddles. One of a good group of farm buildings related to Painswick
Listing NGR: SO8822810693
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Source: English Heritage
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