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Description: Barn Circa 30 Metres North of Haighton Hall Farmhouse
Date Listed: 13 January 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 185939
OS Grid Reference: SD5755435212
OS Grid Coordinates: 357554, 435212
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8115, -2.6461
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SD 53 NE HAIGHTON HAIGHTON GREEN LANE
5/92 Barn c.30 metres north
of Haighton Hall
Barn with shippon, probably later C17, altered. Coursed sandstone with
quoins, some hand-made brick, slate roof. Long range on north-south axis,
a later addition with a granary at the south end (this part higher, and of
less interest), with wagon entrance close to the junction. East side wall
is of random rubble patched with brick, except at loft level, which is of
hand-made brick; opposed segmental arched wagon entrances (now mostly
blocked with brick) have chamfered surrounds of dressed stone, rusticated
voussoirs and block keystones, and further north both sides have 2
chamfered doorways altered as windows and one square loading door to the
loft; north gable wall has 3 doorways with chamfered surrounds and a
similar loading door above. Interior: traditional arrangement of central
feeding passage and flanking manure passages, with 2 rows of double
stalls; (roof and interior of south end not inspected). Item said to be
surviving east range of formerly more extensive complex to the west, to
which the wagon archways gave access.
Listing NGR: SD5755435212
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Source: English Heritage
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