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Description: South Barn and Adjoining Stables at Priory Farm House (60 Metres South of House)
Date Listed: 19 September 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 160014
OS Grid Reference: TL4205115858
OS Grid Coordinates: 542051, 215858
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8233, 0.0597
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TL 4215 WIDFORD HIGH STREET
6/7 South Barn and
adjoining stables at
- Priory Farm House
(60 metres S of house)
Barn, and stables. Early C18 extended and reroofed in C19.
Timberframed and black weatherboarded on a low red brick sill.
Very steep gabled roof now covered in corrugated grey tiles.
Originally a symmetrical 3-bay barn with double doors central on
the S, and a low winnowing door in a bay projecting as a small
aisle on the N. Unjowled posts with long curved braces to the
tie beams and numbered and pegged joints. Thin clasped purlin
roof reconstructed when barn was extended l-bay to W to provide a
trap-house with double doors on S and small pitching door to loft
over. Dividing wall now removed and lean-to outshuts added on N,
to W of original aisle. A pidgeoncote with perching ledges
outside occupied the apex of the E gable, Early C19 timberframed
and black weatherboarded low stable range with hipped slate roof,
laid with vent gaps, extends N from E part of barn, enclosing the
yard. An historic timberframed group of former farm buildings.
Part of a group with the West Barn and the house. Important in
views within the Conservation Area.
Listing NGR: TL4205115858
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Source: English Heritage
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