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Description: Barn Attached to West End of Hey Fold Farm Cottages
Date Listed: 29 January 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 186279
OS Grid Reference: SD8827043390
OS Grid Coordinates: 388270, 443390
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8866, -2.1799
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In the entry for:
SD 84 SE FOULRIDGE CONTY BROOK
7/128 Barn adjoining Great
Hey Farmhouse to south
The address, NGR and description shall be amended to read:
SD 8843 FOULRIDGE COUNTY BROOK
1317-0/7/128 Barn attached to west
end of Hey Fold Farm
Barn, now store. Probably late C18, altered. Sandstone random rubble
with quoins, lightly slobbered, with stone slate roof. Three bays with
front outshut to centre and right incorporating porch to central wagon
entrance. The porch has a cambered timber lintel formed of a re-used
cruck blade (a diagonal trench for a former tie-beam is visible on the
rear surface), an inner doorway with iron-furnished harr-hung double
doors, and a doorway into the side of the outshut; to the right is a
small window to the 3rd bay, with C20 glazing; to the left, the set-
back 1st bay has a square-headed doorway with plain surround and slab
cornice; and built in the angle with the porch, an added stone
platform (presumably for milk-churns). Rear: smaller central doorway.
Interior not inspected. Forms group with Hey Fold Farm Cottages to
which it is attached (q,v.).
SD 84 SE FOULRIDGE COUNTY BROOK
7/128 Barn adjoining Great Hey
Farmhouse to south west
Barn. Late C18. Under same roof as farmhouse. Rubble. Stone slate roof. Projecting porch has large
doorway with bowed timber lintel. Doorway to left has flat stone hood.
Listing NGR: SD8827043390
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Source: English Heritage
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