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Description: House and Attached Implement Shed at Shootersway Farm
Date Listed: 30 November 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 157769
OS Grid Reference: SP9617208349
OS Grid Coordinates: 496172, 208349
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7656, -0.6078
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SP 90 NE (South side)
3/236 House and attached
30.11.66 Implement Shed at
(Formerly listed as
Farmhouse, now a private house and implement shed attached at N. House
C16, S bay early C19. Implement shed early C19, timber frame on brick
sill with dark weatherboarding and steep old red tile roof. 8-bays long
with 4 open to W side. Unjowled posts and straight braces to tie beams
of clasped-purlin collar-and-queen-strut single purlin roof. House has
timber frame on painted brick sill, ground floor cased in painted brick,
1st floor has painted brick infill to exposed frame. Gabled brick E
front to S bay. Steep old red tiled roof. 2 storeys hall and
cross-passage plan with large unheated N room beyond cross-passage, and
internal chimney and stair position in same narrow central bay as
cross-passage. W side has irregular fenestration with 5 flush
small-paned windows to each floor. Frame defines 2 wide bays with a
narrow chimney and entrance bay between 2-light casement windows
generally but 2 Yorkshire sliding casements. E side similar but 2 upper
windows and 3 ground floor and front door. Jowled posts to a
clasped-purlin collar truss roof. No indication of original purpose of N
room (RCHM Typescript).
Listing NGR: SP9617208349
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Source: English Heritage
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