Description: Barns at Small Shaw Farmhouse
Date Listed: 18 March 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 333789
OS Grid Reference: SE2064904057
OS Grid Coordinates: 420649, 404057
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5328, -1.6899
SE20SW HOLLIN LANE
DUNFORD off Lee LANE
6/9 Barns at
18.3.68 Small Shaw Farmhouse
Two attached barns. Dated 1632 and 1687; altered. Coursed, squared rubble.
Stone slate roofs. Both barns are single aisled and are at 90°. The earlier
barn is of 4 internal bays and the later barn is probably the same.
East side: the earlier barn, on right, has a square-headed cart-entry in the
left bay which adjoins the other barn. A projecting stone bears the date.
The right 3 bays project as the aisle and have chamfered entrance to left with
cambered head; three small chamfered lights, 2 with round-arched heads and
spandrel motif; and three inserted windows. Slightly later small outshut to rear.
Right gable has later openings and is much altered. The later barn projects on
left and to its gable has a chamfered entrance to each side of a C20 lean-to
addition. At lst-floor level is a central doorway with quoined surround and
Tudor-arched lintel with inscription.
"D IA E "
R 1687 R
H L R
To the right of this is a 3-light double-chamfered window with mullions removed.
The left return (the aisle), has a part-blocked chamfered entrance to the left,
and 3 later windows.
Interior: the earlier barn has jowelled arcade posts braced to the arcade plate
and the tie-beams. C19 king-post trusses, purlins and rafters. The junction of
the two barns is open and has an open truss with 2 orders of struts, with an
additional supporting post. Interior of later barn not inspected.
Listing NGR: SE2064904057
Source: English Heritage
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