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Barn and Attached Outbuildings at Lodge Farm to North West of Farmhouse, Hartley Wintney

Description: Barn and Attached Outbuildings at Lodge Farm to North West of Farmhouse

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 26 June 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 136651

OS Grid Reference: SU7801256273
OS Grid Coordinates: 478012, 156273
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3002, -0.8824

Location: Hartley Wintney, Hampshire RG27 8AS

Locality: Hartley Wintney
Local Authority: Hart District Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: RG27 8AS

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Listing Text


5/50 Barn and attached out-
buildings at Lodge Farm
- to north west of farmhouse

- II*

C17, C18, C19. Large tall barn of 7 bays with aisles, a projecting porch in
the centre of the south-east side, the 2 north-east bays having been converted
to a dwelling in mid C19. The timber-framed structure supports a steeply-sloping
roof, the main truss having a high collar, the purlin below that level being
supported by a vertical resting on the tie-beam, which is itself at a high level.
Each massive vertical has straight braces to tie-beam and purlin, and at the
centre point there is a horizontal which crosses to the wall plate and supports
at mid-point a further vertical to the lowest purlin. The vertical rests on
a cill on a low brick wall which reaches outwards to the external wall. The
aisle wall is of red brickwork, English bond, with a high plinth; it also flanks
the south porch. Roofing is in red tile with hipped ends, except for a small
gable at the ridge, boarded on the outside at the top of the first truss from
each end. The 2 north-east bays are separated from the barn by a brick party
wall built into the truss, the dwelling beyond, with inserted floors, having
3 small gabled dormers and a larger window set in the roof, 2 chimney stacks,
and domestic openings in the brick walling. Casements and porch part derelict.
Beyond the south-west end of the barn a narrower 6-bay framed structure (l e
18) extends; the truss has a collar supporting the upper purlin, and a low
tie-beam (braced to the verticals) supporting verticals beneath a second line
of purlins. Red tile roof, joined with the beam (with valleys) at one end,
hipped at the other, the walling being boarded. On the south-east side, south
of the entrance, another extension, almost square in plan, has been made, with
a red tile roof, hipped on the south-east end; boarded walling. To the north
of the entrance, a narrower, lower block of 10 bays, extends at right angles.
It is timber-framed with a low tie beam truss,with diagonal struts above.
Its north-east side is a red brick wall, continued round the south-east end,
and beyond to form an enclosure to the barn complex. The inner side has boarded
and open sections. Red tile roof, hipped at the north-east end.

Listing NGR: SU7737357099

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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