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Description: Main Group of Brick Farm Buildings at Clements Farm
Date Listed: 20 April 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 160651
OS Grid Reference: TL3252909884
OS Grid Coordinates: 532529, 209884
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7719, -0.0806
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TL 30 NW BRICKENDON LIBERTY BRICKENDON LANE
3/44 Main group of brick farm
- buildings at Clements Farm
Farm buildings. About 1900 for Pearson family's Brickendonbury estate.
Red brick with blue brick dressings to blind arcades and openings.
Machine made red tile roofs on steel lattice trusses. Unusual model farm
layout for family of engineers, the HQ of their bailiff. Taller
buildings in a row E-W with lower buildings extending to S defining 2
yards between. Row, from E to W of 4 buildings of different heights but
similar width N-S: a single-storey 5-bays shed: a 2-storeys 7-bays
granary building pierced by a through carriageway: a 4-storeys square
water tower the upper part decorated with corbelled blind arcading below
an embattled parapet: a 3-bays tall barn with central entrance on N.
Iron small-pane windows. 2 parallel single-storey calving sheds are
linked to rear of barn, a 7 bays cowshed to rear of granary, and a
7-bays open fronted arcaded cartshed to rear (S) of shed. The gable end
of each of these lower ranges has 3-bays of blind arcading.
Listing NGR: TL3252909884
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Source: English Heritage
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