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Latitude: 51.2175 / 51°13'2"N
Longitude: -0.9252 / 0°55'30"W
OS Eastings: 475159
OS Northings: 147024
OS Grid: SU751470
Mapcode National: GBR C8M.LWK
Mapcode Global: VHDXZ.XN7K
Entry Name: Barn at Summers Farm to East of Farmhouse
Listing Date: 26 June 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1339897
English Heritage Legacy ID: 136826
Location: Long Sutton, Hart, Hampshire, RG29
Civil Parish: Long Sutton
Traditional County: Hampshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire
Church of England Parish: Long Sutton All Saints
Church of England Diocese: Winchester
1687/12/32 THE STREET
26-JUN-87 (North side)
BARN AT SUMMERS FARM TO EAST OF FARMHO
Barn. Constructed 1441-2 [dendrochronology]; extended C17 or C18. Weatherboarded timber-frame. Hipped roof with small gablet at north end, re-clad in corrugated-iron sheets.
PLAN: 5-bay barn; south bay truncated; outshut added at north end and midstrey added on west side circa C17 or C18.
EXTERIOR: West front has midstrey at centre with half-hipped roof and three stable doors to left. Rear [east] has two stable doors and small windows under low eaves.
INTERIOR: 5-bay Medieval barn with six cruck-trusses. Trusses B,C and D have arch-braced collars and a saddle at the apex. Trusses A and E are crucks with blades that extend above high collars and have curved braces above a mid-rail or tie-beam. Truss A is rebated for planking before the outshut was built at this end. South bay truncated, so that truss F is missing. One tier of trenched purlins, curved wind-braces and common-rafter couples largely intact. Wall-plates and wall-framing appear to be later. C17/18 midstrey on west side has collar-trusses with clasped purlins.
SOURCE:  Roberts, Edward, Report October 2001, for Strutt and Parker, Salisbury.  Dendrochronology Report, Oxford Laboratories, February 2002.
A rare Hampshire example of a Medieval cruck barn.
Listing NGR: SU7391647347
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