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Barn and Stable Range at Faintree Hall Farm, Chetton

Description: Barn and Stable Range at Faintree Hall Farm

Grade: II
Date Listed: 19 December 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 255080

OS Grid Reference: SO6622988975
OS Grid Coordinates: 366229, 288975
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4976, -2.4989

Location: B4364, Chetton, Shropshire WV16 6RH

Locality: Chetton
County: Shropshire
Country: England
Postcode: WV16 6RH

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Listing Text

5357 CHETTON Barn and Stable
range at Faintree
Hall Farm
SO 68 NE 27/30



Barn and stable range. C17 barn with C18 stable ranges and early C19 horse
gin house. Weatherboarded timber frame to barn, coursed rubble stone to left
stable range with timber framed 1st floor, and coursed rubble stone to right
stable range. Brick piers on stone base to gin. Plain-tile roofs overall. U
plan with barn across centre stable ranges projecting to rear on either end
and gin projecting forward to centre left. Barn is of 7 bays of heavy square
panel framing. 2 threshing floors with opposing doorways. Interior:
partition walls have some brick infill to panels, weatherboarding and some
split wooden interlace panels. Queen-strut roof with double trenched purlins,
clasped principals and ridge piece. Stable range to left is of 2 storeys with
stable doors and windows under hay loft. Probably 6 bays. Loft full of hay
at survey but gable end shows old double purlins. Stable range to right has
stable doors and windows under cambered arches. 2 storeys. Interior: 5-bay
queen-post roof with double purlins and clasped principals. 1 interrupted
truss. The gin is circular and has a low conical roof supported on brick
piers standing on high stone plinth. C20 windows fill spaces. Interior:
machinery has gone but roof remains with crossed beams and carefully fashioned
curving wall plate and 2 tiers of curved purlins.

Listing NGR: SO6622988975

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Source: English Heritage

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