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Description: Barn 10 Metres West of Sheep House Farm
Date Listed: 27 September 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 32414
OS Grid Reference: ST7942163952
OS Grid Coordinates: 379421, 163952
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3743, -2.2970
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ST 76 SE Bathford CP Warleigh Lane
3/104a Barn 10 metres
West of Sheep House
Barn. Post Mediaeval. Rubble, double roman tilt roofs, stout slates at eaves
raised coped verges with saddlestones. Gabled, 9-bay barn, deepens from 1 to 2
storeys across sloping site. South elevation; single storey to right has 2
plain doors, one with chamfered surrounds, 2 vents and a swept eaves dormers, to
left is a part blocked chamfered jamb entry under timber lintel, similar
pitching door above left, buttress. East gable obscured by single storey
lean-to. North elevation: inserted C20 window in (earlier) opening, then in 2
storey section to right a vent in large chamfered blocks, then a blocked small
cast entry under timber lintel, chamfered with run out stops, then 2 inserted
vents flank a blocked door with large quoins. Plain west gable with massive
quoins, owl holes, buttressed to south with stepped footings. Interior: 9-bay
roof, trusses are principals with tie-beam and collars, some cambered, and lower
anglestruts, 2 rows of purlins and in some cases a subsidary tenoned wall plate,
4 bays retain pairs of convex wind braces.
Listing NGR: ST7942163952
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Source: English Heritage
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