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Barn/Stables/Cartshed Granary on North Side of Foldyard at Whitehall Farm, Humberston

Description: Barn/Stables/Cartshed Granary on North Side of Foldyard at Whitehall Farm

Grade: II
Date Listed: 17 September 1980
English Heritage Building ID: 164458

OS Grid Reference: TA3098706164
OS Grid Coordinates: 530987, 406164
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5358, -0.0250

Location: N Sea Lane, Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire DN35 0PS

Locality: Humberston
County: North East Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: DN35 0PS

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Listing Text

(north side)

3/17 Barn/stable/
17/9/80 cartshed-granary on
north side of
foldyard at Whitehall
Farm (formerly listed
as Farmbuildings at
Whitehall Farm)


Threshing barn/stable/cartshed-granary range. Early-mid C19, with later
re-roofing of barn/granary range. Red-brown brick with pantile roofs.
Rectangular on plan. 2-storey 5-bay barn with lower 2-storey 3-bay
cartshed-granary to east and single-storey 3-bay stable range to west.
South side, facing foldyard: barn has segmental-headed board stable door
beneath stretcher arch, flanked by small board hatch to right, pair of
diamond-shaped breathers and inserted sliding door to left; 3 similar
diamond-shaped breathers above left, C19 rebuilt gables with stepped
eaves course, the left gable with a recessed segmental-headed panel
containing 3 rows of doveholes with stone ledges. Cartshed-granary
range to right has 3 cast-iron tie-bar ends at first floor level, 3
louvred hatches to first floor, roof hipped to right. Stable range to
left has central segmental-headed board stable door flanked by windows
beneath inserted C19 segmental arches, breather slots beneath stepped
eaves, roof hipped to left. North side: barn has segmental-headed board
door, inserted door to right, and 2 diamond-shaped breathers, one partly
blocked, to ground floor; single segmental-headed door to first floor.
Cartshed-granary has 4-bay cartshed with chamfered timber posts carrying
continuous timber lintel, first floor with central recessed board door
flanked by pairs of louvred hatches with sills and lintels at eaves
level. Stable to right has breather slots beneath eaves. All original
entrances have deep segmental arches and ashlar hinge blocks; most
original doors have wrought iron strap hinges. Interiors not
investigated. Forms north side of foldyard to east of Whitehall
Farmhouse [qv). Together with adjacent stable/stalls ranges [qv) forms
a good example of a post-Enclosure improved farm.

Listing NGR: TA3098706164

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Source: English Heritage

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