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Description: Barn and Attached Outbuilding at Foulford Farm Approximately 10 Metres to North West of House
Date Listed: 6 September 1989
Date Delisted: 18 October 2001
English Heritage Building ID: 143812
OS Grid Reference: SU1613203345
OS Grid Coordinates: 416132, 103345
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8294, -1.7723
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The following building was de-listed on 18th October 2001.
SU 10 NE RINGWOOD FOULFORD
5/39 Barn and attached
outbuilding at Foulford
Farm, approx 10 metres
to north-west of house
Barn and attached stable, now outbuilding. Barn late C18, altered mid-late
C19 and later; stable probably early C19, altered C20. Timber-framed with
vertical board cladding on battered brick plinth, the right-hand walls of barn
and stable and rear wall of stable of red brick. Thatched roof. Barn of 1
storey, 5 bays; stable, on right, of 2 storeys, 2 bays. South-west elevation:
barn has concrete butresses to plinth: mid-late C19 split-log cladding; central
cart entry has double board door with old strap hinges. Stable has board door
on right with vertical brick panel at right end. Hipped roof over all. Added
lean-to on right not of special interest. Rear: barn: the board cladding on
the left has cover strips; opposing cart-entry with old strap hinges to board
double door. Stable: lower floor of brick in English bond has C20 concrete-
lintelled board door and 2-light window; upper floor of brick in Flemish bond
has old, strap-hinged, board door to opening. Right return of stable has 2
slit vents. Left return of barn has strap-hinged board door to loading hatch.
Interior: barn: right-hand wall, of brick, is in irregular English bond with
stretcher bond to gable. Front wall framing is rebuilt mid-late C19; the rest
is square-panelled with long, straight, raking, braces. From the wall posts
flanking the rear cart-entry project braced corbels which support posts which
help carry the tie-beams and from which spring arched braces up to the tie-beams,
Mortices in the beams at the front cart-entry show that this unusual arrangement
was used originally at this end of the tie-beards also curved queen-strut roof
trusses, that at right end set on ledge in the brick wall, with principal
rafters face-halved anti crossing at apex to carry diagonally-set, square-
sectioned, ridge-piece; staggered butt purlins; crude old rafters: long raking
Listing NGR: SU1613203345
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Source: English Heritage
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