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L-Shaped Farmbuilding at North Farm Immediately to Rear of Farmhouse, Letwell

Description: L-Shaped Farmbuilding at North Farm Immediately to Rear of Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 15 October 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 335802

OS Grid Reference: SK5618887023
OS Grid Coordinates: 456188, 387023
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3771, -1.1568

Locality: Letwell
County: Rotherham
Country: England
Postcode: S81 8DF

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Listing Text

(north side, off)
3/54 L-shaped farmbuilding
at North Farm immediately
to rear of farmhouse


Combination farmbuilding including barn with horse-engine house. Early C19.
Rubble limestone, pantile roof. L-shaped, 2-storey range with 1-storey additions.
Barn, in line with wing to rear of North Farmhouse (q.v.), has basket-arched
waggon entrance facing farmyard with stone ears to harr-hung boarded doors.
Door on left and 3 rows of slit vents; square loft hatch. Wing projecting
on right has external stone steps to 1st-floor door with arched recess beneath
landing; gable hatch. Rear of barn: opposed waggon entrance with horse-engine
house on its right having square and rectangular piers and hipped roof. Left
return of wing has arched doorway with overlight on left; another door with
rock-faced surround. on right has casement to its left; 2 casements to 1st
floor. Right return: 1-storey, brick-fronted addition with 3 small pens beneath
hen loft. Main element of well-preserved farmyard group.

Listing NGR: SK5618887023

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Source: English Heritage

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