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Description: Barn and Adjoining Horse Mill Approximately 50 Metres North of Haldenby Grange Farmhouse
Date Listed: 17 June 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 165408
OS Grid Reference: SE8262217912
OS Grid Coordinates: 482622, 417912
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6512, -0.7514
SE 81 NW LUDDINGTON AND MILL ROAD
HALDENBY (north end, off)
4/48 Barn and adjoining horse
17.6.87 50 metres north of
Haldenby Grange Farmhouse
Threshing barn and adjoining horse mill. Red brown brick. Pantile and
Yorkshire stone slate roof. Rectangular on plan with through waggon
entrance; projecting canted horse mill adjoining south side. 2-storey
height, approximately 20 metres long. South side: waggon entrance to right
of centre beneath timber lintel and recessed segmental-arched brick panel.
To right, 3 tiers of 3 breather slits. To left, 3 tiers of similar
breather slits: 4 to lower level, with board door beneath segmental arch to
far left; 5 slits each to central and upper tiers. Horse mill has low brick
wall and piers to front, brick piers to sides, hipped roof and main beams
inside. Shaped kneelers. Single oversailing course of stone slate at
eaves. North side: lower waggon entrance has C20 sliding door beneath
lintel; 3 tiers of closely spaced breather slits; bottom and central tiers
each have 3 to left of entrance, 9 to right. Upper tier has slatted wooden
ventilator to pitching hatch, with 9 slits to left, 3 to right. West gable
end has central blocked door flanked by 4 breathers; 2 tiers above, each of
5 slits; gable with tiers of 4, 3 and 2 slits; all slits blocked. East
gable end has breathers and blocked gable hatch. Horse mill derelict, barn
partly derelict at time of resurvey. Interior not inspected.
Listing NGR: SE8262217912
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Source: English Heritage
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