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Description: Barn with Attached Well House 30 Yards East of Paddlesworth Old Farmhouse
Date Listed: 1 August 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 179406
OS Grid Reference: TQ6851662177
OS Grid Coordinates: 568516, 162177
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3337, 0.4177
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In the entry for the following building:-
SNODLAND PADDLESWORTH ROAD
TQ 66 SE
3/230 Barn 30 yards east of
Paddlesworth Old Farmhouse
shall be amended to read:-
TQ 66 SE SNODLAND PADDLESWORTH ROAD
3/230 Barn with attached well house
30 yards east of Paddlesworth
1.8.53 Old Farmhouse
Probable former hall-house, later converted into an apple store with well house, now barn and store.
Late C15 or early Cl6 hall-house, extended by one bay at south end, altered and well house added
in C18. Timber-framed with red brick ground floor in English bond, revealing some exposed
framing, and weatherboarded first floor. Plain tiled hipped roof with gablet to north. Two storeys;
1 window on first floor to right, 3-light casement either side of central entrance. North side has
window opening with diagonal mullion holes. South side has casement window with early C19
metal casement. Gabled timber-framed entrance with small boarded door to right. Upper part of
entrance abuts on to west wall of barn with exposed arched braces with wattle and brick infill. Well
house under left part of entrance, now blocked, with wooden winding gear above and original slate
tank to left. Frame is morticed, tenoned and pegged. Series of graffiti inscribed on frame, the earliest
1831. Barn interior of 5 bays, the fifth bay added in the C18. Collar-purlin roof with 3 crownposts.
Some tension braces to tie beams missing. Smoke blackened timbers. Heavily jowled posts. Floors
probably inserted later, at time that 5th bay was added at south end. Well houses are a rare survival.
SNODLAND CP PADDLESWORTH ROAD
TO 66 SE
1.8.53 Barn 30 yards east of
- Paddlesworth Old Farmhouse
Possible former hall-house, later apple-store with well, now barn and store.
Late C15, early C16, with C19 elevations. Timber-framed with red brick ground-
floor, revealing some exposed framing, and weatherboarded first-floor. Plain
tiled hipped roof with gablet to left. 2 storeys; I window on first floor to
right, lattice casement either side of central entrance. Gabled timber-framed
entrance with small boarded door to right. Upper part of entrance abutts on
to wall of block behind with arched braces and wattle and brick infill. Well
under left part of entrance, now blocked, with winding gear above and tank to
left. Interior: 5 bays, collar-purlin roof with crown-posts. Smoke blackened
timbers. Heavily jowled posts. Floors possibly inserted later, at time that
5th bay was added at the south end.
Listing NGR: TQ6943362098
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Source: English Heritage
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