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Description: Barn and Stables Immediately North East of Newlands Farmhouse
Date Listed: 28 January 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 272873
OS Grid Reference: SK0757921970
OS Grid Coordinates: 407579, 321970
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7952, -1.8890
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COLTON C.P. NEWLANDS LANE (south-
SK 02 SE east side)
2/27 Barn and stables immed-
- iately north-east of
Barn and stables. Early C18. Red brick; plain tile roof with raised
verges. L-shaped plan; 4-bay barn aligned north-west / south-east facing
south-west with stables to the north-west aligned north-east / south-
west facing south-east. Barn to the right with stables projecting forward
at right angles to the left. Barn. Full height barn doors to left
of centre with 2 tiers of ventilation loops to each side. Door with
segmental head to right. Stables. 2 storeys. Segmental-headed doors
to right and left, the latter is flanked by a pair of segmental-headed
windows. Inserted cart entrance to centre largely obliterating an earlier
segmental-headed doorway. 2 loft hatches. The right-hand gable of
the barn has a ground floor segmental-headed door, a square loft opening,
and pigeon holes above. Interior. Timber cross-frames with long curved
tension braces flank the threshing floor bay. They have collar and tie
beam roof trusses with raking struts extending from the beam to principal
rafters, which carry 2 pairs of purlins. The stables have chamfered ceiling
beams. Included for group value.
Listing NGR: SK0757921970
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Source: English Heritage
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