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Description: Barn, 50 Metres North East of Baylam Hall
Date Listed: 9 December 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 279226
OS Grid Reference: TM0921251715
OS Grid Coordinates: 609212, 251715
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1241, 1.0548
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TM 05 SE
2/33 Barn, 50 metres north-east
of Baylham Hall
Barn, late C18. 9 bays, with 2 midstreys on both north and south faces; each
is 2 bays from the end. Timber-framed and weatherboarded on a plinth of red
brick. Hipped pantiled roofs. The midstreys on the north face have boarded
barn doors. The framing is of good quality, partly of pine and partly of oak.
Many principal members of oak are reused from an earlier, probably C16,
building. Each bay is subdivided by a storey post, and in each half-bay is a
pair of straight primary braces with close-studding. The main trusses have
knee-braced tie-beams, queen-struts halved into principal rafters, and lower
collars. Intermediate trusses have collars and principals only. Two tiers of
purlins in each slope, the upper tier clasped by high collars, the lower tier
butted and joggled.
Listing NGR: TM0921251715
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Source: English Heritage
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