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Description: 2 Barns Approximately 30 Metres North of Sydenham House
Date Listed: 5 May 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 243750
OS Grid Reference: SP4779535722
OS Grid Coordinates: 447795, 235722
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0179, -1.3049
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SP4735 ADDERBURY EAST END
7/28 2 barns approx. 30m N of
2 barns. Probably mid/late C17 and c.1700. Coursed squared marlstone; thatched
roof. 4-bay and 3-bay plans in a single range with linked roofs forming a yard.
entry. Earlier larger barn has full-height double doors, and has a smaller
Tudor-arched stone doorway to rear. Smaller barn has the double doors on the
opposite face and has a wooden lintel over the small rear door. Vents are mostly
square, but smaller barn has some short chamfered slits, and both have long
slits in the gable wall; both gables have parapets with projecting moulded
kneelers. Interior: principal rafters are crossed at the apex and support ridge
beams plus through purlins. An unusually long barn range.
Listing NGR: SP4779535722
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Source: English Heritage
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