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Latitude: 53.621 / 53°37'15"N
Longitude: -1.1901 / 1°11'24"W
OS Eastings: 453670
OS Northings: 414132
OS Grid: SE536141
Mapcode National: GBR NV4K.4Q
Mapcode Global: WHDCN.P7HX
Entry Name: Cartshed and Attached Single Storey Outbuildings at South End of Farmyard to Campsmount Home Farm
Listing Date: 23 March 1988
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1151461
English Heritage Legacy ID: 334938
Location: Norton, Doncaster, DN6
Civil Parish: Norton
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire
Church of England Parish: Campsall St Mary Magdalene
Church of England Diocese: Sheffield
NORTON CAMPSMOUNT PARK
SE 51 SW
3/74 Cartshed and attached
outbuildings at south
end of farmyard to
Campsmount Home Farm
Cartshed and attached outbuildings. Mid-late C18. Probably by John Carr
for the Campsmount estate. Cement-rendered stone, Westmorland slate roof.
2-storey, 8-bay cartshed/hayloft at north end of L-shaped, 1-storey, 3 x 5
bay outbuilding. Cartshed: each bay has a 2-storey, round-arched opening set
on square piers with plinths and impost blocks; original floor at impost
level supported on wooden beams above which the arches are infilled with PVC
sheeting and boarding with hatches (bays 4 and 5). Eaves band to hipped
roof. Rear: ramp and external steps rise from left to a central 1st-floor
doorway; flanking brick oculi. Outbuilding; adjoining cartshed arcade are
3 sets of garage doors with square, stone piers between; return limb has
5 doorways of which 2 are blocked; eaves band to hipped roof. Attached
farmbuildings at north end of cartshed are not of special interest. Part of
Home Farm group relating to Campsmount (demolished 1959), home of the
Yarborough and Cooke-Yarborough families.
Timothy Connor, 'The Building of Campsmount', Yorkshire Archaeological
Journal, vol 47, 1975, pp121-132.
Listing NGR: SE5367014132
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