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Description: Granary Adjoining the Threshing Barn at Rumshed Farm
Date Listed: 19 February 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 179646
OS Grid Reference: TQ5510551814
OS Grid Coordinates: 555105, 151813
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2444, 0.2208
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TQ 55 SE
2/212 Granary adjoinign the threshing
barn at Rumshed Farm
Granary. Probably late C18 early C19. South wall ragstone rubble to the
ground floor, the loft of framed construction clad with weatherboarding; north
wall framed and weatherboarded; peg-tile roof.
Plan: Built on a west east axis and sited between the threshing barn and late
C19 milking parlour. Simple rectangular plan with a large doorway on the
Exterior: Lofted. The north elevation has double doors in the centre, a 4-
light window to the right (west); 2 loft windows and a loft loading door. The
south elevation has 2 first floor windows and no doorway. Roof hipped at the
west end, gabled at the east end where it adjoins the threshing barn.
Interior: Flight of internal steps against the south wall. Slender framing
to the walls.
Roof: Clasped purlin collar rafter roof of sawn timber of slender scantling,
fixed with projecting pegs and augmented with iron ties.
Part of a good farmstead group with other agricultural buildings and Rumshed
Farmhouse. The farm has changed its name from St Julian's Farm since 1975.
The parish and district boundary runs through the farmhouse, which is partly
in Sevenoaks District.
Listing NGR: TQ5661249320
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Source: English Heritage
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