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L-Shaped Range of Barn, Cowshed and Stores at Moorend Farm, Winterbourne

Description: L-Shaped Range of Barn, Cowshed and Stores at Moorend Farm

Grade: II
Date Listed: 15 July 1981
English Heritage Building ID: 28793

OS Grid Reference: ST6511878928
OS Grid Coordinates: 365118, 178928
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5082, -2.5040

Location: 3 Church Lane, Hambrook BS16 1SP

Locality: Winterbourne
County: South Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: BS16 1SP

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Listing Text

L-shaped range of
barn, cowshed and stores
at Moorend Farm
ST 67 NE 2/192
Dated 1701, later alterations. 'L'-shaped structure, partly rebuilt (formerly
gable fronted) with eastern wing forming barn. Pennant stone rubble, pantile
roofs with eaves and end gables. West elevation has central square-headed
door opening with free stone open pediment and oval free stone tablet above
enclosed in moulded square frame with cornice. Raised lettering on tablet:
"BBE 1701" (or BRE). Cambered-headed window opening to right of door.
Right hand end elevation has two 2-light casements with moulded stone mullions
and dripmoulds, small oval window in gable face, relieving arches over.
Similar oval window in gable face of left hand end elevation and below
it a large oval window with 4 keys, set in oval frame with carved rosette
in each spandrel. Later wide door opening to ground floor with double
relieving arches over. South elevation of barn has hipped roof porch with
double doors under square head, similar opening without midstrey to rear.
Single loop openings front and rear and oval window with 4 keys in end

Listing NGR: ST6511878928

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Source: English Heritage

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