Barns At Chillerton Farm

11 Oct 1999
Barns At Chillerton Farm, Chillerton Street, Gatcombe, Isle Of Wight, PO30 3HA
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This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.


SZ48SE CHILLERTON STREET 1353-0/3/286 Barns at Chillerton Farm 18/03/92


Barns. Late C17 or early C18 range of 2 barns in L shape.

Built of Isle of Wight stone, the north and east walls partially timber framed clad in weatherboarding, the south east gable of brickwork and roof retaining traces of thatch under later corrugated iron sheeting. South east barn is of 5 bays. North wall is timber framed and clad in weatherboarding on 5 feet high plinth, appears to have had timber framing replaced by stone rubble with 3 layers of ventilation slits.

Central cart entrance with cambered brick arch to north. East gable has C17 brickwork. Angled queen post roof with collar beam, 2 tiers of through purlins and ridgepiece. Upright posts have C18 profile. 2 C18 brick buttresses. North west barn is also of 5 bays. South west gable and north west front are of stone rubble with 2 tiers of ventilation slits, north west barn has been rebuilt in C20 brickwork and breeze blocks.

North east side is timber framed, clad in weatherboarding on stone plinth. Angled queen strut roof with 2 tiers of purlins and ridgepiece. Upright posts have C18 profile. Attached C20 lean-to not of special interest.

Listing NGR: SZ4807383334


This is part of the Series: IOE01/1751 IOE Records taken by Robert Rudd; within the Collection: IOE01 Images Of England


© Rev Robert Rudd. Source: Historic England Archive

This photograph was taken for the Images of England project

People & Organisations

Photographer: Rudd, Robert

Rights Holder: Rudd, Robert


Bembridge Limestone, Breeze Block, Brick, Iron, Rubble, Stone, Thatch, Timber, Weatherboard, Stuart Timber Framed Barn, Georgian Monument <By Form>, Timber Framed Building, Agriculture And Subsistence, Barn, Farm Building, Agricultural Building