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Description: Stables, Top Farm, About 8m East of House
Date Listed: 7 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 134802
OS Grid Reference: SP0739635329
OS Grid Coordinates: 407396, 235329
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0163, -1.8936
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BUCKLAND LAVERTON VILLAGE
10/21 Stables, Top Farm,
about 8m east of house
Stables. Possibly C15, C18, minor alterations C19. Squared, coursed stone,
ground floor and gables, weatherboarding on studs first floor,
thatched roof. Five-window range, one room deep, 1 1/2 storeys. Face
to house: left end stone up to eaves; to right boarded first
floor section starts: below boarded door, timber lintel. To right
boarded stable door, glazed light above, rising into boarded
section above. Double boarded doors in stone wall only; two 6-
pane windows under timber lintels, left in blocked doorway. Right
return, boarded stable door on left, ground floor, central boarded
door first floor; both timber lintels. Half hip above. Interior
lofted from right end to left of double doors, tie beam truss,
collar and angle struts, slight braces to wall posts; 2 pairs
purlins, square ridge. Left end stable and store, unlofted,
separated by cruck truss, with yoke at apex, collar; originally
with wattle and daub infill. Forms group with house (q.v.).
Listing NGR: SP0739635329
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