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Description: Barn and Horse-Engine House at Manor Farm Situated Immediately North of Farmhouse
Date Listed: 19 February 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 335651
OS Grid Reference: SK4200895696
OS Grid Coordinates: 442008, 395696
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4564, -1.3688
SK49NW ROTHERHAM CHURCH STREET
(north side, off),
2/19 Barn and horse-engine
house at Manor Farm
north of farmhouse
Barn with horse-engine house now grain store and cowhouses with hayloft.
Timber-framed core probably early C17, encased and horse-engine house added
C18 - early C19, Internal timber framing, rubble sandstone, stone slate roof
replaced by Welsh slate on north side of barn. Partly 2 storeys, 4 bays (internal)
with horse-engine house on farmyard side to north. Farmyard side: block-bonded
brick quoins to left end. Apsidal horse-engine house to right with most of its
original wall openings infilled except for some casements; door into cowhouse
from engine-house flanked by casements; horizontal-sliding door to left.
Opposite side: wide entrance to right of centre has re-used oak lintel; 2 casements
to left with loading hatch over. Left return: rebuilt in C20 brickwork,
2 buttresses. Right return: lean-to addition; gable wall of barn collapsing
inwards, slit vents.
Interior: wallposts to 3 principal rafter trusses, some braces to the tie beams,
original wall plates, raking struts to principals, renewed purlins. No framing
in gable walls, wallpost at junction with engine house removed, 2 others shortened
Listing NGR: SK4200895696
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Source: English Heritage
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