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Description: Barn and Adjoining Stable Circa 50 Metres South of the Church of St Martin
Date Listed: 4 December 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 135230
OS Grid Reference: SO9613030202
OS Grid Coordinates: 396130, 230202
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9703, -2.0577
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SP 93 SE OXENTON WOOLSTONE
5/135 Barn and adjoining stable c50m
south of the Church of St Martin
Barn and adjoining stable. Barn probably C18, partly rebuilt 1831
as indicated on datestone at the east gable end. Stable adjoining
probably also dates from 1831. Coursed squared and dressed
limestone, some weatherboarded timber framing to barn; thin stone
slate roof. Rectangular plan to barn with stable at right angles
to rear forming an 'L'-shaped overall plan. Roadside front:
double plank doors towards the east gable end, similar double plank
door opposite. East gable end: single-light casement and 2-light
casement with horizontal glazing bars and concrete lintel, to the
ground floor; plank pitching door and 2-light casement above;
triangular arrangement of pigeon holes towards the apex of the
gable. South front: single plank door; double plank doors and
pitching window to loft. C19 stableblock adjoining: two plank
doors one with a segmental head; segmental-headed window far left.
Gabled pitching window set across the eaves to loft. Single
continuous line of pigeon holes with landing below the eaves.
Barn interior: 4 bays; original roof trusses with raking struts
and straight braces; flagged floor.
Listing NGR: SO9613030202
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Source: English Heritage
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