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Description: Farmbuilding Range Attached to and Extending North from Inett Farmhouse
Date Listed: 29 April 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 255074
OS Grid Reference: SJ6950700482
OS Grid Coordinates: 369507, 300482
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6013, -2.4516
1. BARROW Farmbuilding range
5357 attached to and
extending N. from
SJ 60 SE 9/275 Inett Farmhouse
Farmbuilding range. Late C18 with some mid C19 alterations. Red brick with plain-tile
roofs, hipped in part. Extensive U-plan. 1 and 2 storeys. Left range extends from Inett
Farmhouse (q.v.) and is of 1 storey with stable doors and former doorways partly blocked
to form window openings. Brick dentilled eaves. Rear range, altered mid C19, of 2
storeys, has blocked double doorway to left and row of 5 round-arched implement-shed
openings to right. Further doorways and on 1st floor a loft door and windows. Brick
dentilled eaves. Range to right, similar, has double opposed doorways to left and stable
doors and windows, with loft doors and windows over. Right end has central section
slightly recessed forming a feature. Interior: double-purlin roofs with King-post
trusses. Together with farmhouse is an early planned farmstead group and appears on map
by Joseph Powell of 1795. Said to have been once used as a store for the Caughley
Porcelain Manufactory. Later extension to North of rear range is not of special archi-
(Information from The Ironbridge Institute).
Listing NGR: SJ6950700482
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