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Farmbuildings at South View Farm, Belton

Description: Farmbuildings at South View Farm

Grade: II
Date Listed: 10 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 165069

OS Grid Reference: SE7810306306
OS Grid Coordinates: 478103, 406306
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5476, -0.8227

Location: Laburnum Dr, Belton, North Lincolnshire DN9 1PA

Locality: Belton
County: North Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: DN9 1PA

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Listing Text

(north side, off)
18/13 Farmbuildings at South
View Farm


Farmbuildings. Late C18 - early C19. Brick with pantile roofs. U-shaped
on plan; encloses small foldyard to west of South View Farmhouse (qv).
Barn/stable/granary range on north side, stable/granary range on west side,
stable range on south side. North range of 2 builds, with low 2-storey
threshing barn and adjoining stable/granary with higher 2-storey section to
east. South side of range, facing foldyard: barn has board door beneath
segmental arch, pilaster strip and single breather slit to left;
stable/granary to right has board stable door flanked by breather slits,
small single slatted wooden hatch above; section to right has board stable
door with small breather in blocked opening to right, single slatted wooden
hatch above. Stepped eaves to both stable/granary sections. Tumbled-in
brick to raised gables. Left gable end has board door beneath pair of
breather slits and blocked attic door, wrought-iron letters "W M". North
side of range has segmental-headed door and hatch to barn, and later 6-bay
implement shed outshut on wooden piers. Western stable/granary range, east
side: central 2-storey single-window section flanked by single-storey
ranges. East side has central section with board stable door beneath
segmental arch flanked by small rectangular breathers; above, a first-floor
board door with cat-hole beneath lintel at eaves level to right, and a
glazed hatch to left beneath segmental arch. Lower range to right,
adjoining barn, has stable door and single slatted wooden hatch beneath
segmental arches. West side has row of 4 small breather holes to central
section, board hatch door above, pair of breather holes to left. Single-
storey south stable/stalls range has 2-bay open section to west, and stables
to east. North side: single brick pier to open section to right, 3 board
doors (one beneath segmental arch), single slatted wooden hatch and breather
slit to left; left gable end has pair of board doors beneath timber lintel,
angled corner to foldyard entrance with roof hipped above. South side has a
series of small breather holes below eaves level. Together with farmhouse
to east (qv), presents an well-preserved example of a small late C18 - early
C19 Axholme farm. Farmbuildings included for group value.

Listing NGR: SE7810306306

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Source: English Heritage

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