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Description: Former Barn About 50 Metres West of Postling Court
Date Listed: 7 August 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 175638
OS Grid Reference: TR1452439044
OS Grid Coordinates: 614524, 139044
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1105, 1.0634
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TR 13 NW POSTLING THE STREET
Former Barn about
7-8-84 50 m West of
as great barn at
Barn, now 4 houses. C18, re-using a medieval frame. Later C18 addition.
Converted in 1980s. Timber framed, formerly weathboarded, now with
rendered unfilling. Plain tile roof. 8 timber framed bays, added
front and rear; 4.5 bays of a medieval frame, probably re-erected in
C18. South truss partly re-placed and a further 3 timber-framed bays
added to south later in C18. 1½ storeys on brick plinth hipped roof.
An assortment of skylights. Approximately 10 windows. 4 doors;2 towards
centre, one towards each end. 2 rear porches rising from aisle wall,
one gabled, one with jettied canopy on brackets.
Interior: 5 north trusses with gun stock-jowled arcade posts of heavy
scantling, morticed for passing shores and for arch-braces, but truncated
towards bases. Tie-beams not morticed for corresponding braces aisles
now with straight braces from aisle-ties to arcade posts. Face-halved
scarf-joint to arcade plate. Scribed carpenter's marks to arcade posts,
but chiseled marks to backs of same posts, to arcade plates, and to
arcade braces. Posts of south (sixth) truss replaced, but braces marked
in sequence with trusses to north; viz 1 onwards, south to north.
Arcade posts of 3 south bays of smaller scantling, with cut jowls.
Common raffer roof with clasped purlins and ridge-piece throughout.
Listing NGR: TR1460239032
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Source: English Heritage
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