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Latitude: 51.6829 / 51°40'58"N
Longitude: 0.3416 / 0°20'29"E
OS Eastings: 561974
OS Northings: 200838
OS Grid: TL619008
Mapcode National: GBR NJM.H5S
Mapcode Global: VHHMQ.VYYQ
Entry Name: Granary 50 Metres North-West of Woodbarns Farmhouse
Listing Date: 9 December 1994
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1052298
English Heritage Legacy ID: 373626
Location: Ingatestone and Fryerning, Brentwood, Essex, CM4
Civil Parish: Ingatestone and Fryerning
Traditional County: Essex
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Essex
Church of England Parish: Ingatestone St Edmund and St Mary
Church of England Diocese: Chelmsford
INGATESTONE AND FRYERNING
TL6 OSW BLACKMORE ROAD
723-1/2/350 Q (South side)
Granary 50 metres north-west of
GV I I
Granary. LateC~7, extended in .C18. 7'imber-framed,
-wea-fherboarded, roofed with interlocking concrete tiles. Almost square plan with ridge aligned NW-SE (parallel with road). Single-storey extension to BE. Abutting on C19 and C20 farm buildings to NW, SW and SE, not of special architectural or historic interest. One storey and loft. Hardwood frame. 2 posts in each side wall, one in each end wall, in addition to corner posts, all unjowled. Heavy studding with primary straight bracing, some studs in NW and SE walls removed for access. Continuous line of C20 casements to road. INTERIOR: chamfered axial beam with lamb's tongue stops. 2 bridging beams each side of axial beam, joggled, chamfered with lamb's tongue stops, and enlarged at the ends nearest the axial beam with elegantly profiled ogee curves and steps, a rare feature in an agricultural building. Plain joists of vertical section, jointed to the bridging beams with soffit tenons and diminished haunches, pegged. The floor is 2.74m above ground level, just below the wallplates. Steep roof of joggled butt-purlin construction; the 2 internal collars have been severed. Carpenters' assembly marks scribed with a race knife. The roof, then thatched, was damaged by fire c1965. Some rafters replaced with softwood, but most are original, slightly charred at the apex. When last in agricultural use this building was known as 'the seed barn'. The extension to SE is of lighter construction, also in hardwood, with a steep hipped roof, similarly weatherboarded and tiled.
Listing NGR: TL6197400838
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