Description: Hall Farm Barn, Outbuilding and Coach House
Date Listed: 27 February 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 228107
OS Grid Reference: TG2314012238
OS Grid Coordinates: 623140, 312238
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6619, 1.2982
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TG 2312 OLD CATTON CHURCH STREET
Hall Farm barn,
Former farm buildings, coach houses and stables of Catton Hall.
Mid C19 but with earlier core. Red brick with slate and pantile
roofs. Irregular 'T'-shaped plan, with smaller ranges to the north.
Southern and western elevations have ranges of stable and coach
house doors. Western gable at south end rises above lean-to stable
roof with blocked semi-circular arch and clock face, parapet gable
with at its apex a bellcote with timber cusped braces and pyramidal
lead roof with finial. Northern head of 'T' formed by an earlier
3 stead barn with inserted first floor, and continuous outshut to
east. Built of flint with brick dressings and incorporating
medieval stone fragments in the masonry. At its northern end,
a 2 bay open fronted cart shed, continued to the east as a range of
weatherboarded and brick sheds with hipped roofs, forming the
boundary with Church Street. Brick parapet gables to barn. At
right angles from the south-west wall of the barn a stable and
haystore. Gabled dormer over first floor loading door. Stable
door with fanlight below with Diocletian window to right. Brick
parapet gable. Included for group value. I M Manning A History of
Listing NGR: TG2314012238
Source: English Heritage
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