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Description: Barn About 60 Metres South East of Painswick Lodge
Date Listed: 24 August 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 133189
OS Grid Reference: SO8820110675
OS Grid Coordinates: 388201, 210675
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7946, -2.1725
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SO 81 SE
2/13 Barn about 60 metres
south-east of Painswick
Small barn and attached lower barn. Probably late C18 rebuild, incorporating
early work, lower barn reputed to be 1721. Main barn is good cut squared lime-
stone and stone slate steep pitched roof to coped gables; lower barn cut stone,
corrugated iron roof set over thatch. Deep gabled porch with later doors to
north of main beam; south side has two 4-centred openings, possibly re-used C16
work, that to the right blocked, and central flush opening to large doors.
Interior in 5 bays, collar and tie, 2 trenched purlins, deep slits; half height
wall and rough ceiling to part. Lower barn has various openings including doors
to the east and to north. Five bay, light collar and tie, 2 rough purlins, some
light wind bracing. Beams are set at right angles to the principal barn (qv).
Listing NGR: SO8820110675
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Source: English Heritage
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