Description: Range of Farm Buildings Circa 35 Metres to West of Manor Farmhouse
Date Listed: 17 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 253458
OS Grid Reference: SP2878803940
OS Grid Coordinates: 428788, 203940
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7334, -1.5845
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SP20SE CARTERTON AND BLACK BOURTON BAMPTON ROAD
5/148 Range of farm buildings c.35m
17/12/86 to W of Manor Farmhouse
Range of farm buildings, comprising from north to south: barn, lofted stable,
stable, cartshed, and granary with cartshed below. Barn is porbably late C18 in
origin, altered; remainder added mid C19. Coursed rubble limestone with
semi-dressed quoins; C20 slate roofs on C20 timbers to barn and lofted stable;
stone slate roofs to remainder. Barn has 5 bays, with low vent slits, C20
sliding doors to central opposing cart entries, and square vent holes in right
gable end. Lofted stable has 2 stable windows with wooden slat shutters, the
right also with C20 fan, a boarded loft opening to centre, stable door to left,
and stone steps up to gabled loft door to right. All openings except the last
have segmental dressed stone arches. Single storey stable to left, of same
build, has one stable door and one window of same type. To left of this is a
4-bay cartshed, under same roof, with wooden posts and small curved braces to
front, and C20 trusses. Taller granary at left end of range, has C20 wooden
steps up to board door with segmental stone arch and small gable over, and 2-bay
cartshed below with shallow arches of dressed stone. Granary retains grain bins.
Included for group value. Later stockyard ranges attached to west of this range
are not of special architectural interest.
Listing NGR: SP2878803940
Source: English Heritage
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