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Description: Barn at Hudnall Farm (15 Metres to South East of House)
Date Listed: 2 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 157715
OS Grid Reference: TL0047413037
OS Grid Coordinates: 500474, 213037
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8070, -0.5441
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LITTLE GADDESDEN HUDNALL COMMON
TL 01 SW (West side)
2/184 Barn at Hudnall Farm
- (15m to SE of house)
Barn. Early C17, N bay late C17. Timber frame on low brick sill, dark
weatherboarded with steep old red tile roofs, barn hipped at N end. A
4-bay barn facing W with gabled porch to 2nd bay from S and later
heavily framed one-bay extension at N end. Jowled posts and heavy curved
braces to tie-beams. Squint-butted scarf joint in wallplate.
Clasped-purlin collar and tie-beam roof with one purlin to each slope.
Butt-purlin roof in hipped N extension. Barn said to have been used
during World War II for HM George VI to lunch with his officers, when the
area was used for training. Winnowing door on E side of mid storey, and
high pitching doors to side bays.
Listing NGR: TL0047413037
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Source: English Heritage
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