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Description: Bromley Barn and Outhouse to Bromley Hall Attached (35 Metres to North North West of Bromley Hall)
Date Listed: 23 November 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 161010
OS Grid Reference: TL4144821307
OS Grid Coordinates: 541448, 221307
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8724, 0.0532
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TL 42 SW STANDON BROMLEY HALL LANE
2/16 Bromley Barn and Outhouse
to Bromley Hall attached
(35m to NNW of Bromley
Barn now a house and unconverted part at W end. C16. Timber
frame, weatherboarded with tiled roof hipped at W. A single
aisled 8-bay barn facing N. 2 bay gabled porch on N in 3rd bay
from E. Heavy jowled posts and jowled aisle posts. Curved
braces to arcade plate and tie beams. Queen-strut, clasped-
purlin roof with cambered tie-beams. Lap-jointed collars and
mortices for wind braces to purlins. Picturesque roadside
building. Part at W end has a row of 12 pigeon holes in end
wall and 2 stable doors on S side.
Listing NGR: TL4144821307
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Source: English Heritage
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