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Barn Circa 75 Metres North of Whinneyclough Farmhouse, Goosnargh

Description: Barn Circa 75 Metres North of Whinneyclough Farmhouse

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 11 November 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 185915

OS Grid Reference: SD5692739278
OS Grid Coordinates: 356927, 439278
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8479, -2.6562

Location: Goosnargh, Lancashire PR3 2ED

Locality: Goosnargh
Local Authority: Preston City Council
County: Lancashire
Country: England
Postcode: PR3 2ED

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Listing Text

In the entry for:


5/68 Barn c.75 metres noah of
11.11.1966 Whinneyclough Farmhouse


The grade shall be amended to read Grade II*



5/68 Barn c.75 metres north of
Whinneyclough Farmhouse

Barn, dated 1639 on lintel of door to south end, with various additions.
Coursed sandstone rubble with quoins, slate roof, gable coping with kneelers,
finials at south end. Rectangular 6-bay plan, with lean-to additions to the
east side wall (front), modern farm building attached to west side; chamfered
looplight breathers (on 5 levels in north gable, but mostly covered at sides);
offset left of centre a porch to the wagon doors under carried down roof, left
of this a lean-to addition mostly covering a mullioned window at 1st floor,
right of the porch a long lean-to addition, and at the left end a Tudor-arched
doorway with chamfered surround and panel on the lintel with raised lettering
B (= Robert Bamber). South gable mostly covered by addition; north gable
has 3 chamfered doorways, the centre and left altered as windows, a square
loading door to the loft. Interior: large principal rafter roof trusses with
angle struts and 3 pairs of trenched purlins; splayed reveals to breathers;
various altered or blocked openings at south end, which probably had an upper
floor, but function not known. History: Whinnyclough purchased in 1637 by
John Bamber of Poulton-le-Fylde, merchant. Architecturally, the best barn in
this parish.

Listing NGR: SD5692739278

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Source: English Heritage

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