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Description: Timber Framed Barn Opposite Romden
Date Listed: 10 October 1980
English Heritage Building ID: 181235
OS Grid Reference: TQ8953542084
OS Grid Coordinates: 589535, 142084
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1466, 0.7084
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5272 SMARDEN ROMDEN ROAD
TQ 8942 29/43A
Originally a farmhouse. C15 to early C16 timber-framed building, the first
floor of its end window bays originally oversailing on the protruding ends
of the floor joists and brackets, but the south one now underbuilt in brick.
The eaves of the centre portion overhang on curved braces and brackets. The
whole is now faced with weatherboarding. Hipped roof now covered with corrugated
iron. All the windows lack glass and are now shutted. Four-centred wooden
doorway in north front, with carved spandrels with emblems of rose and pomegranate,
the emblem of Katherine of Aragon or her daughter Mary Tudor. Dragon post
to northernmost jetty.
Listing NGR: TQ8953542084
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Source: English Heritage
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