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Barn and Byre to East of Hardcastle House, Thorpe

Description: Barn and Byre to East of Hardcastle House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 10 September 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 324849

OS Grid Reference: SE0130761839
OS Grid Coordinates: 401307, 461839
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0525, -1.9815

Location: Kail Lane, Thorpe, North Yorkshire BD23 6BJ

Locality: Thorpe
Local Authority: Craven District Council
County: North Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: BD23 6BJ

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Listing Text

SE 006l-0161
(east side, off)
Barn and byre to east
14/94 of Hardcastle House

Barn and byre. Early - mid C17 with alterations probably 1825. Large
square gritstone blocks and rubble, remains of graduated stone slate roof.
2 bays, left bay having a projecting cart porch, the narrower right bay
formerly storeyed. Massive quoins. Double board doors to cart entrance,
the opening composed of flanking corbelled wall-ends, a left block incised
"l825"; a wooden lintel rests on top of the stonework above the corbels and
is protected by 3 projecting stone slabs forming a crude dripmould; above
the dripmould a 3-part lintel, possibly always in 3 pieces. Byre door
right: the right jamb quoined and tied in with the building quoins; the
lintel chamfered; the loft jamb rebuilt with a single thin stone, widening
the opening. A massive stone block and projecting drip-stone slab to left
of the byre door, built up below with rubble and mortar blocking. 2 small
square vent holes to upper floor and a square window opening below former
eaves line. Rear: to right of centre; a large crudely cut lintel to a
probable former doorway, now window; concrete surround to window (possibly
former byre door) to far left. Interior: the roof, lofting and inner wall
linings collapsed at time of resurvey. A recess in gable wall to right of
byre entrance, possibly a blocked doorway, or a cupboard recess. Concrete
byre stalls to right end, walls plastered and limewashed. The dangerous
condition made detailed investigation impossible. An unusually small barn,
using massive and crudely worked materials; the cart entrance corbelling is
found in other early barns in the area, and uses the structural
techniques as earlier fireplaces.

Listing NGR: SE0130761839

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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