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Description: Barn at Moseley's Farm and Boundary Wall on Road Frontage
Date Listed: 14 July 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 284071
OS Grid Reference: TL8364667448
OS Grid Coordinates: 583646, 267448
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2745, 0.6903
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TL 8467-8567 FORNHAM ALL SAINTS THE GREEN (WEST SIDE)
3/7 Barn at Moseley's Farm
14.7.55 (formerly listed with
Moseley's Farmhouse) and
boundary wall on road
Barn, set sideways-on to road. C17. Timber-framed; partly weatherboarded on
the south side, but mainly encased in early C19 red brick and random flint;
corrugated iron roof. 13 bays; 3 gabled cart entries on the south side. Good
timbering: bisected studs, primary braces, short sections of middle rail,
stepped, between main posts; the aisles contain much reused timber,
particularly the aisle ties and posts, and there is a form of reversed
assembly. Trusses with straight braces, most replaced by bolted knees, and
main posts without jowls. Roof with one row of clasped purlins only, and some
later strutting. The ground-level of the 4 middle bays has been lowered for
use as cattle pens. An open lean-to cart-lodge has been built up against the
south front at its east end. The gable-end on the east is built into the
boundary wall of the farmyard on the road frontage: a flint and red brick
early C19 wall with a brick dentil cornice and coping. Short brick pilasters
divide the bays.
Listing NGR: TL8364667448
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Source: English Heritage
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