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Description: Outbuildings Approximately 8 Metres East of Lowna Farmhouse
Date Listed: 24 June 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 328902
OS Grid Reference: SE6874091005
OS Grid Coordinates: 468740, 491005
Latitude/Longitude: 54.3100, -0.9450
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GILLAMOOR LOWNA ROAD
SE 69 SE
approximately 8 metres
east of Lowna Farmhouse
2 attached drying sheds, now used for storage, byres and loose boxes. 2
builds: first shed of 1803, raised and adapted from C18 building: second
shed c1840. For Thomas Baxter. Squared limestone with tooled quoins; first
shed raised in squared limestone; red brick piers to ground and second
floors of second shed. Pantile roofs with brick stack. 3-storey, 3-window
front to first shed, to right: 3-storey, 5-bay front to second shed to left.
First shed: plank doors to left and centre of ground floor with small-pane
window to right. First floor has plank lifting door to right of centre with
square pitching window to right and 3-light large-pane fixed window to left.
4 louvred openings to second floor drying loft. Ground and first floor
openings have scutched lintels. End right stack. Second shed: 3 cart-sheds
to ground floor, 2 now closed by board doors with altered lintels: board
door to left with 2-light, 12-pane horizontal sliding sash to end left, both
with diagonally-tooled lintels. First floor has board lifting door flanked
by 2-light shuttered windows, with similar lintels. 5 louvred openings with
tooled sills to second floor drying loft.
Listing NGR: SE6874091005
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Source: English Heritage
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