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Latitude: 51.2111 / 51°12'39"N
Longitude: 0.3379 / 0°20'16"E
OS Eastings: 563392
OS Northings: 148360
OS Grid: TQ633483
Mapcode National: GBR NQF.27Q
Mapcode Global: VHHQ1.STZG
Entry Name: Barn Approximately 4 Metres South of Tithe Ward Farmhouse
Listing Date: 19 February 1990
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1363158
English Heritage Legacy ID: 179535
Location: Hadlow, Tonbridge and Malling, Kent, TN11
District: Tonbridge and Malling
Civil Parish: Hadlow
Traditional County: Kent
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent
Church of England Parish: Hadlow
Church of England Diocese: Rochester
HADLOW THREE ELM LANE, GOLDEN GREEN
TQ 64 NW
6/99 Barn approx 4m south of
- Tithe Ward Farmhouse
Former barn. Probably C17, altered in early C20, renovated circa 1988.
Exposed timber-framing, partly underbuilt with C19 and C20 brick; peg-tile
Plan: Barn on a rough north south axis. It faces west. It has been
converted to garages and workshop. It is 2 storeys with probably secondary
lean-to outshots each end.
Exterior: 3-bay front. Windows were put in in the late C20 but they are C19
iron-framed casements with attractive glazing bar patterns of intersecting
hexagons. First floor has a large central 2-light window flanked by small
single light windows. Left bay at ground floor level contains a C20 door to
right of a tall narrow light. Centre and right bays have C20 garage doors.
Similar windows to outshots. Main roof is half-hipped both end.
Interior: The loft is carried on chamfered and step-stopped crossbeams. They
have been inserted here in the C20 although might have been at a lower level
earlier. Roof carried on 2 collared tie-beam trusses with clasped side
purlins. Queen struts were removed when tie beams were cut through. Many of
the common rafters appear to have been late medieval and reused since they
include the notches for lap-jointed collars.
Listing NGR: TQ6338848378
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