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Aisled Barn Near Far Fold Farm at Grid Ref Se006494, Bradleys Both

Description: Aisled Barn Near Far Fold Farm at Grid Ref Se006494

Grade: II
Date Listed: 18 February 1992
English Heritage Building ID: 323653

OS Grid Reference: SE0060049400
OS Grid Coordinates: 400600, 449400
Latitude/Longitude: 53.9407, -1.9923

Location: Back Lane, Bradleys Both, North Yorkshire BD20 9EX

Locality: Bradleys Both
Local Authority: Craven District Council
County: North Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: BD20 9EX

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Listing Text

The following item shall be added:

246-/3/10000 HIGH BRADLEY

Aisled Barn
near Far Fold Farm
at grid ref. SE006494


Aisled barn with attached mistals and stable. c1500. C17 and C19. Coursed
gritstone rubble with ashlar dressings. Sandstone slate and corrugated iron
sheeting roofs. Quoins. Single storey. South front, central aisled barn has
set back cart entrance to left with double plank doors. Projecting aisle,
mistal to right has single window, this section raised on a plinth, return
to left has a doorway and to right a window. Attached to the east a C17
mistal with a central door with chamfered ashlar surround, flanked on
eitherside by single windows both converted from doorways. East front has
a single window and a boarded loft opening above. To the rear of this
mistal an attached C19 stable with an eastern doorway. Attached to the west
a C19 lean-to mistal with to the south a doorway to the left and a window
to the right. To the west 2 openings, and to the north a plank door in
ashlar surround. Rear of the barn has a blocked cart entrance.
Interior: Aisled barn has two large trusses, c1500, supported on two posts
with arched braces, which rest on square tapering pad stones. Western truss
has a broad king post and very broad curved principals, the eastern truss
has a similar king post and very broad straight principals and both tie
beams have chamfer stops with incised leaf design. The south aisle to the
eastern truss has a curved principal with a straight brace. Original
through purlins largely replaced by pairs of overlapping purlins, rafters
are largely renewed. To the east an intermediate truss supported on a
masonry pillar.

Listing NGR: SE0060049400

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Source: English Heritage

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