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Range of Farm Buildings East of Hall Farmhouse Comprising Barn, MacHinery Shed with Turbine House, G, Letheringsett with Glandford

Description: Range of Farm Buildings East of Hall Farmhouse Comprising Barn, MacHinery Shed with Turbine House, G

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 224624

OS Grid Reference: TG0621739092
OS Grid Coordinates: 606217, 339092
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9097, 1.0653

Location: Holt Road, Letheringsett, Norfolk NR25 7YA

Locality: Letheringsett with Glandford
Local Authority: North Norfolk District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR25 7YA

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Listing Text

6/83 Range of farm buildings
east of Hall Farmhouse
(qv 6/81) comprising
barn, machinery shed
with turbine house,
goathouse with


Barn: c1842, uncoursed flint with brick dressings, tarred slate roof, long
lean-to to south-west of animal sheds and open-sided shelters under pantiles.
South-east facade: 4 steads, first and 3rd with large openings having
segmental arches and jambs of black glazed bricks; ventilation slit between
openings; 4th stead projects forward with hipped roof, doorway c.2 x 2.4m
under segmental arch, wide opening above, 2 ventilation slits, rounded angles
of header bond. Windows of cast iron glazing bars to right in lower addition.
To left brick arches of cartshed and granary. Lower addition to north-east
with hipped roof, north-east end canted with bullnosed brick dressings, doorway
c.2 x 2.4m wide with sliding doors and segmental arch, ventilation slits either
side with shuttered openings above. Interior: King post roof. Machinery
shed with turbine house - attached to east of barn addition, c.1852. Uncoursed
flint with brick dressings, tarred slate roof. Machinery shed with 4 openings
to each of south-west and north-east facade, 2 to south-west blank and infilled
with pebble flint; interior with driving shaft, wheels and belt from turbine
house. Attached turbine house forms a cross wing to south-east of machinery
shed, hipped roof, oversailing cornice, doorway c.2.1 x 2.4m wide with
segmental arch to north-east, attached low polygonal pit house to south-east
return having polygonal slate roof, pebble flint walls with brick dressings,
central door with segmental head and jambs of bullnosed bricks, cast iron
lattice windows to east and south; south-west facade of turbine house has
porch with hipped slate roof, doorway with segmental arch, 2 windows with
cast iron glazing bars. Goat house and granary - attached to south-west of
barn, c.10m north-east of Hall Farmhouse qv 6/81, mid C19, uncoursed flint
with brick dressings, wide eaved shallow pitched roof of tarred slates. North-
west facade: 2 storeys, 4 bays, 3 louvred openings to granary loft; two
goat creeps to left c.1.3 x 1.7m with semi-circular heads; segmental arch
to traphouse doors c.2.40 x 2.40m, centre right; doorway to right with semi-
circular head. Right gable with 2 louvred openings to ground floor, first
floor with central door with stone sill and 2 small high louvred openings.
Rear: 2 ground floor openings as right gable, to right 2 openings for carts
having brick piers and arches, 3 loft openings above as front; to right 2
further similar cart openings attached to barn.

Listing NGR: TG0621739092

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Source: English Heritage

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