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Barn Complex About 66 Metres West of Somerfield Court, Sellindge

Description: Barn Complex About 66 Metres West of Somerfield Court

Grade: II
Date Listed: 15 May 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 175654

OS Grid Reference: TR1037137865
OS Grid Coordinates: 610371, 137865
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1015, 1.0034

Location: M20, Sellindge, Kent TN25 6JD

Locality: Sellindge
Local Authority: Shepway District Council
County: Kent
Country: England
Postcode: TN25 6JD

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Listing Text

(South-West side)

3/76 Barn complex about
136 metres west
of Somerfield Court


Barn complex. Circa 1834, with later alterations. Small blocks of coursed
stone with brick dressings. Red brick in header bond to courtyard side of
outer buildings. Plain tile roofs. 3 sides of a rectangular yard, open to
south. Yard divided by central barn running south from centre of long north
side. Central barn: stone, on brick plinth. Coped brick gable ends with
kneelers. Small stone cross to each gable. Slit windows to east and west
sides. Gothic window to each gable end. 2 projecting stone porches to east
and 2 to west with deeper hipped canopies. Dated 1834 on south cross. Shelter:
against north wall of yard, to west of central barn. Open to yard, on stout
poles. Pitched roof. West range: Storeyed. North gable end brick-coped with
kneelers and small stone cross. South gable possibly rebuilt. Gothic window
to north gable. 2 small first-floor windows and 2 boarded first-floor doors
to yard. Segmental-headed brick arcading to yard on ground floor, with
initials S.C. to keystones. Gothic doorway to west side. Shelter: against
north wall of yard, to east of central barn, with C20 brick south wall.
East range: short 2-storey building to north end. Brick-coped gables with
kneelers. Small stone cross to each gable. Gothic window to north gable,
bulls-eye to south. Gothic doorway and blocked Gothic windows to east face.
Blocked round-headed ground-floor openings to yard. Longer single-storey
range to south with similar south gable and cross, with Gothic windows. 3
blocked doors to yard. Interiors not inspected.

Listing NGR: TR1041337292

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Source: English Heritage

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