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Barn, Later Coach-House and Stables Approximately 20 Metres South of Weston Hall, Weston

Description: Barn, Later Coach-House and Stables Approximately 20 Metres South of Weston Hall

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 22 November 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 331494

OS Grid Reference: SE1776846677
OS Grid Coordinates: 417768, 446677
Latitude/Longitude: 53.9159, -1.7310

Location: Church Lane, Weston, North Yorkshire LS21 2HP

Locality: Weston
Local Authority: Harrogate Borough Council
County: North Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: LS21 2HP

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Listing Text

SE 14 NE
10/100 Barn, later coach-house
and stables approximately
20 metres south of Weston
22.11.66 (formerly listed as
stable building south-
west of Weston Hall)

Barn. C16 or earlier, probably cased in stone in C17 and adapted to stables
and coach-house use in mid C18. Timber-framed, with outer walls of coursed
squared gritstone and graduated stone slate roof. 5 bays and double aisled.
Quoins. Double board doors to east entrance bay 2, lintel raised above
eaves level on 2 side walls which form an internal porch. Bay 1: inserted
double board doors; narrow window in plain surround to left. Bay 3: 2-panel
door in tie-stone surround, square window with ventilators to left; bay 4:
2-panel door with segmental-arched lintel and chamfered quoined jambs,
2-light mullion window left. Shaped kneelers, gable copings. Right return
(south): left aisle 6-panel door with chamfered jamb stones and blind
fanlight with keystone, the door lintel raised. Windows flanking door and
to right of centre are chamfered, probably former 2-light windows. First
floor: central pitching door with wooden lintel flanked by 2-light recessed
chamfered mullion windows. Interior: 4 king-post trusses with curved
principals supported by aisle posts with curved braces. Further braces to
the arcade plates which are composed of short timbers connected by scarfed
joints. The aisle posts stand on stone blocks and horizontal aisle ties
support the curved principal rafters of the aisles. The north truss is
closed above the tie beam with closely spaced vertical studs. The southern
2 bays are divided off by a stone cross wall; interior of southern 2 bays
not inspected at resurvey but reported to contain C18 or early C19 loose
boxes and stalls. The arcade plate opposite the cart entrance has 2 wooden
pulleys, probably used to lift the carriages off their springs. North
Yorkshire and Cleveland Vernacular Buildings Study Group Report No 698

Listing NGR: SE1776846677

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Source: English Heritage

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