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Barns at Castle Farm Circa 150 Metres South of Church of St Laurence, Castle Rising

Description: Barns at Castle Farm Circa 150 Metres South of Church of St Laurence

Grade: II
Date Listed: 2 September 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 222120

OS Grid Reference: TF6664524706
OS Grid Coordinates: 566645, 324706
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7942, 0.4701

Location: Lynn Road, Castle Rising, Norfolk PE31 6AJ

Locality: Castle Rising
Local Authority: King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: PE31 6AJ

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Listing Text

TF 62 SE
6/3 Barns at Castle Farm
c150m south of Church
of St. Laurence
q.v. 6/6
Two barns under one roof, now bulb store, C18, one said to be dated 1740.
Variety of local stone, reused Barnack limestone from Castle (q.v. 6/1)
pantiles, gable parapets. Each barn of 3 steads with central doorways.
Principal facade to north. Older barn to left: limestone dressings, walls
of limestone, carstone, Sandringham sandstone, flint and C17 reused brick,
eaves courses of brick in English bond; left gable end of coursed brick,
limestone, carstone, sandstone and brick, gable above eaves in dressed
limestone. Rear in English bond brick. Later barn to right with brick
dressings, plinth of dressed limestone, brick dentil cornice, walls of
galletted coursed carstone blocks. Right gable of limestone and carstone
rubble; three openings to centre, doorway to right all under flat arches,
lean-to to right with some dressed limestone and limestone quoins. Rear:
continuous outshut to later barn and to left stead of earlier barn in brick
under pantiles of no special interest. Attached sheds and storehouses to
north facade of later barn of no special interest. Interior: division of
two barns in carstone rubble. Roof sealed and not inspected at time of

Listing NGR: TF6664524706

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Source: English Heritage

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