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Description: Barn Immediately East of Woodrow Farmhouse
Date Listed: 22 January 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 226397
OS Grid Reference: TM1611190720
OS Grid Coordinates: 616111, 290720
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4716, 1.1804
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1. GREAT MOULTON WOODROW LANE
TM 19 SE Barn immediately
8/1257 east of Woodrow
2. Agricultural store, original use unknown but possibly a stable or
dwelling. Late C16/early C17. Timber framed and weatherboarded on
plinth, all tarred. Later shallow-pitched roof of single-roll clay tiles.
Later inserted double doors on west side. Later lean-to's on east side;
east wall partly rendered and colourwashed. Interior: of four structural
bays, tie beams on jowled principal posts; arch-braces to tie beams
flanking entrance bay. Mortises for 'diamond' window mullions in
underside of wall plate in each bay (except centre bay, east side).
Shutter grooves to window openings; windows generally of 4 and 5 lights.
Wall plate chamfered with lamb's-tongue stops between principal posts.
Braces to wall plate and gable-tie from corner posts. Tie beam to north
has mortises for a stud partition. South gable has evidence of ground
floor and first floor mullioned windows, nine lights wide on ground floor.
Later roof structure with purlins strutted off tie beams, some original rafters
re-used. Later gabled extensions to north and south. Forms group with
item 8/515, Woodrow Farmhouse.
For Woodrow Farmhouse see under Aslacton Parish.
Listing NGR: TM1611190720
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Source: English Heritage
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