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Description: Range of 3 Farmbuildings and Attached Engine House to North West of Centre Farmhouse
Date Listed: 30 October 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 333140
OS Grid Reference: NZ5961507637
OS Grid Coordinates: 459615, 507637
Latitude/Longitude: 54.4606, -1.0819
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INGLEBY GREENHOW BATTERSBY
NZ 50 NE
5/82 Range of 3
house to north-
west of Centre
2 byres and cart lodgewith engine house attached to northern byre.
Northern byre mid-late C18, central byre c,1800, cart lodge early
C19, engine house mid C19, later alterations. Coursed squared
herringbone-tooled stone; engine house of red brick in English
garden wall bond on stone plinth; pantile roofs with stone coping
and ridges; engine house with some C20 concrete interlocking tiles.
West elevation: northern byre: of 3 bays, in the loft, is almost
completely masked by the engine house, but it has slit vents and
bird hole on right side, cyma-moulded eaves band, and shaped kneeler
at right end. Engine house is gabled with 2 segmental-arched
openings and blind oculus in gable; left side masked by C20 lean-to
(not of special interest); and on right side a central brick pier
with doorway to right and blocked segmental-arched opening on left.
Central byre: of 3 bays, lower having central board door flanked by
small windows all with stone lintels; eaves band; C20 wooden lean-to
masking left bay not of special interest; raised ridge-stone vents.
Cart lodge at south end: lower of 3 bays with 2 elliptical-arched
cart-entries on left, part blocked and with later doors; eaves band;
block kneeler and chamfered coping to right gable. East elevations:
northern byre has central doorway flanked by board loft hatches,
and small light to left at lower level. Cart lodge has central
board door and added lean-to on left. Interior: northern byre has
stone columns supporting curved principal-rafter roof trusses with
collars: through purlins; square-section diagonally-set ridge-piece.
Engine house has large-scantling beams and collared queen-post roof
truss. Central byre and cart lodge have collared principal rafter
roof trusses and 2 tiers of tusk-tenoned purlins.
Listing NGR: NZ5961507637
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