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Barn and Attached Shelter Sheds and Yard Wall

A Grade II Listed Building in Goodworth Clatford, Hampshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.1682 / 51°10'5"N

Longitude: -1.503 / 1°30'10"W

OS Eastings: 434847

OS Northings: 141111

OS Grid: SU348411

Mapcode National: GBR 733.QTV

Mapcode Global: VHC2Y.WWTV

Entry Name: Barn and Attached Shelter Sheds and Yard Wall

Listing Date: 9 October 1989

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1093351

English Heritage Legacy ID: 139772

Location: Goodworth Clatford, Test Valley, Hampshire, SP11

County: Hampshire

District: Test Valley

Civil Parish: Goodworth Clatford

Traditional County: Hampshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire

Church of England Parish: Goodworth Clatford St Peter

Church of England Diocese: Winchester

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Listing Text

SU 34 SW GOODWORTH CLATFORD FULLERTON ROAD
(west side)

2/1 Barn and attached
shelter sheds and
yard wall

II

Barn and attached shelter sheds and yard wall. Barn probably late C18, byres and
wall early-mid C19. Flint, with brick quoins, vertical strips, lacing courses and
butresses. Welsh slate roofs, barn previously tiled or thatched. Courtyard plan,
with aisled 6-bay barn forming right (north-east) side, shelter sheds forming rear
and left sides, and wall across front. Barn: north-east elevation: cart-entry to
bay 4 has board double door and rises above eaves under hipped roof; left bay has
bead-moulded board double door; hipped roof. Yard elevation: opposing cart-entry
with board doors; at right end board door under segmental header brick arch.
South-east gable has raked butresses. Yard wall is approx 2 metres high having
domed brick coping and entrances at centre and on right. Shelter sheds are open-
fronted with wooden posts on chamfered padstones, the original posts square with
triangular-stopped chamfered arrises; some replacement posts; hipped roof.
Interior: barn: jowelled arcade posts rise from brick walls projecting from walls
and are braced to wall plate, arcade plate, and tie beams; curved queen strut roof
trusses; butt purlins; long straight wind braces; old rafters; plank ridge piece.
Original partition dividing off end bay has brick and flint plinth wall supporting
weather-boarded timber-framed superstructure. Cart-entry jamb posts have slotted
base-posts (to receive planks to partly block entrances when threshing). The
arcade posts at the cart-entries have incised graffitti the earliest dates being
in the 1820s. Shelter sheds: King-post roof trusses with raked struts, the
king-posts bolted on to tie-beams; clasped purlins; plank ridge pieces, the rear
walls have timber plates, possibly used to support man-gers. The buildings were
in a dilapidated state at time of inspection. The 1808 tithe map shows the
existing enclosure within which the yard is located; it does not appear on the
1735 tithe map.


Listing NGR: SU3586041728

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