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Large Barn at Court Farm, West Meon

Description: Large Barn at Court Farm

Grade: DL
Date Listed: 8 May 1989
Date Delisted: 25 November 1993
English Heritage Building ID: 146692

OS Grid Reference: SU6389024038
OS Grid Coordinates: 463890, 124038
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0122, -1.0906

Location: Floud Lane, Westmeon, Hampshire GU32 1JD

Locality: West Meon
Local Authority: Winchester City Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: GU32 1JD

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Listing Text

The following building shall be removed from the list:-

SU 6323, 6423 WEST MEON A32
6324, 6424 (west side, off)
15/40 Large barn at Court Farm


SU 6323, 6423 WEST MEON A32
6324, 6424 (west side, off)
15/40 Large barn at Court Farm
Barn. Late C16 or early C17, altered. Timber frame with brick infill, brick
cladding and replacement walls, the brick mostly in irregular bond. Corrugated
asbestos roof. Aisled barn, of 8 bays. East side: gabled mistrey in bay 3 has
C20 brick and concrete to left side; weatherboarded timber frame to right side,
corrugated asbestos gable, and board double door. Various bricked-up openings in
barn wall. Low eaves to half-hipped roof. C20 addition to right side not of
special interest. Rear: of red brick in Flemish bond with different brickwork at
right end; left end of concrete. Opposing cart entry, rising through eaves, has
corrugated iron double door. Low board door at left end. Left return: cement
covers members of square-panelled timber-framing which has thin red brick infill
(probably C17). Interior: fine interior retaining much of the original
timber-framed structure which is of large-scantling timbers and has: jowelled
posts with straight braces to arcade and wall plates and arch braces to tie-beams;
aisle ties with raking struts to through purlins raking queen strut roof trusses
with clasped through purlins and principal rafters reduced in scantling above
purlins; old rafters; wind braces. Square-panelled timber-framing remains in left
end wall, where it has sole plate on rubblestone plinth, and partially in right
end wall. The barn is the principal element in a good group of farm buildings.

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Source: English Heritage

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