Description: Farmbuildings at Lawn Farm
Date Listed: 6 July 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 321073
OS Grid Reference: ST9273329694
OS Grid Coordinates: 392733, 129694
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0665, -2.1051
WEST TISBURY -
ST 92 NW
4/281 Farmbuildings at Lawn Farm
Wrongly shown on OS map as Higher Lawn Farm.
Model farmbuildings. 1869 for Marquess of Westminster. Dressed
limestone, Welsh slate roofs, ashlar stacks. Ranges enclosing two
fold yards on all but the south side. North range of stables have
planked stable doors and shuttered windows, square louvred roof
vents with pyramidal slate cappings, ashlar stack to tack room.
Single storey range of cow sheds and shelter sheds on east sides of
both fold yards, now partly converted to sheep sheds, square
louvred vents with slate pyramidal cappings and a wrought iron
weathervane in middle of range. West range consists of large barn
with projecting 2-storey granary and former engine house on east
side, ashlar stack for engine now partly truncated. Louvred vent
on barn has weathervane with letter W for the Westminsters. Large
Tudor-arched cart entry either side of barn for access to yards, 2-
bay open-fronted implement shed facing outwards at south end of
this range. Barn has shallow-pitched queen post roof. Good
example of little altered estate farm.
Listing NGR: ST9273329694
Source: English Heritage
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