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Description: Bannut Tree Barn
Date Listed: 30 April 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 155246
OS Grid Reference: SO5061024290
OS Grid Coordinates: 350610, 224290
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9149, -2.7195
ST WEONARDS CP -
SO 52 SW
6/89 Bannut Tree Barn
Barn. Date stone 1763, but probably a C18 re-building of an earlier barn.
Timber-frame and roughly coursed sandstone rubble with corrugated iron
cladding to walls and roof. Four bays aligned north-north-east/south-south-
west. West elevation has square opening to former loft on left hand side
beneath which is a ledged door; ledged doors to threshing floor to right
of centre. Gables are rubble. "WS/1763" next to trefoiled owl hole in
recessed square tablet to north gable. Interior has re-used timber-framing
for side walls forming two unequal panels between plinth and wall-plate
formerly to take weatherboarding; triple angle strut trusses which have
been re-used; beneath the trusses to the threshing floor are low cross-
walls carrying sill beams from which rise angle struts to those which
support the tie-beams from the wall-frames; the lower angle struts are
also tied back to the wall-frames by pegged horizontal members. Included
as an interesting example of a dated barn.
Listing NGR: SO5061024290
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Source: English Heritage
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