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Description: Horticultural Storage Barn at Hayling Farm
Date Listed: 7 November 2003
Building ID: 1421461
OS Grid Reference: SO6955414573
OS Grid Coordinates: 369554, 214573
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8289, -2.4432
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Horticultural storage barn at Hayling Farm
Cider-house. C17. Timber-framed with wattle-and-daub and brick infilling, partly weatherboarded; south end rebuilt in sandstone rubble with brick gable; sandstone rubble plinth. Steeply-pitched gable-ended roof clad in corrugated-iron.
PLAN: 2-bays, the narrower south bay truncated; north bay originally with loft floor; partition between bays up to former loft floor level. Later outshuts on east side and at south end.
EXTERIOR: West front has small doorway at centre with cambered head and window to left of centre with head and cill morticed for diagonally-set mullions; later cart-entrance to right with plank doors. Rear [east] wall, enclosed within later outshut, has window on left with lintel morticed for diagonally-set mullions and tall doorway on right with cambered arch head.
INTERIOR: Now open to roof, but north bay originally had loft floor; central timber-framed partition up to loft floor level with doorway on west, wattle-and-daub and brick infilling and graffiti on south side. 2-bay frame with square-panel wall-framing and jowled posts; 2-bay roof with tie-beam and collar queen-post trusses and large trenched purlins; trenched diagonally-set ridge-piece and common-rafters missing; later wind-braces. Stone flag floors in both bays.
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