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Description: Cart-Shed/Granary Range at Enholmes Farm
Date Listed: 1 October 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 166580
OS Grid Reference: TA3015721963
OS Grid Coordinates: 530157, 421963
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6779, -0.0310
TA 32 SW
7/38 Cart-shed/granary range
1.10.86 at Enholmes Farm
Cart-shed/granary range, with blacksmith's shop, stables and stablehands'
lodgings. 1849 for William Marshall. Orange-brown brick with orange
rubbed-brick dressings. Pantile roof. Rectangular on plan: central cart-
shed section with blacksmith's shop to left, stables to right; granary and
stablehands' lodgings over; forms east side of farmyard. 2 storeys. West
side: 6 first-floor openings. 6 segmental-headed cart openings (3 to left
open, 3 to right with double board doors); to left, a stable door and 2-
light window with vertical glazing bars; to right, a stable door, pair of
board doors (one with 5-pane overlight, other with blind 6-pane overlight)
and three 2-light windows. All openings with segmental arches. First
floor: 3 louvred hatches, (one with a board door), two 12-pane sliding
sashes and another board door. Hipped roof. Axial stack to right, end
stack to left. East side: 6-bay single-storey lean-to cart-shed with roof
supported on square brick piers. Blacksmith's shop contains original forge
and fittings. Part of large early industrial farm. See item 7/35 for
Listing NGR: TA3015721963
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Source: English Heritage
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