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Barn and Attached Hay Barn Approximately 5 Metres North East of Pyefield House, Dacre

Description: Barn and Attached Hay Barn Approximately 5 Metres North East of Pyefield House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 3 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 331175

OS Grid Reference: SE1996360338
OS Grid Coordinates: 419963, 460338
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0386, -1.6967

Location: Dacre, North Yorkshire HG3 4ET

Locality: Dacre
Local Authority: Harrogate Borough Council
County: North Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: HG3 4ET

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Listing Text

SE 16 SE (east side, off)

8/46 Barn and attached hay
barn approximately 5
metres north-east of
Pyefield House


Barn and attached hay barn. Barn dated 1828, hay barn possibly earlier.
For William Skaife. Coursed squared gritstone, graduated stone slate roof.
Barn of 3 bays, with l-bay extension to east, hay barn of 3 bays and built
parallel to and behind the barn. Barn, south side (to yard): central double
doors with splayed voussoirs; keystone with inscription, 'WS 1828'.
Flanking byre doors: to left with tie-stone jambs, to right with quoined
jambs. Shaped. kneelers and gable coping. Additional bay to right: cart
entrance with splayed voussoirs, small-paned side-sliding sash window above.
Range projecting at right angles not of special interest. Rear: outshut
behind bays 1 and 2, doorway opposite cart entrance. Hay barn: south east
corner is built into the rear outshut of the barn. Solid end walls, the
east wall pierced by a later or enlarged cart entrance. 2 pairs of rubble-
built tapering pillars between end walls. Shaped kneelers, gable coping.
Interior: barn has 4 queen-post trusses, hay barn, 2 queen-post trusses.
The hay barn of Dutch barn type but with a fixed roof was being adopted by
farmers in the early C19 throughout the country. Few have survived from
this date. N Harvey, A History of Farm Buildings in England and Wales,
1970, p 106.

Listing NGR: SE1996360338

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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