This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
5283 East Northdown Farm Tythe Barn TR 37 SE 11/269
Barn. Mainly C18 but with some parts from a C17 or earlier barn. Aisled timber barn,weatherboarded on brick plinth to front and right hand side. Flint faced with red brick dressings to left hand side, with some internal chalk blocks and stock brick with pilasters to rear. Half-hipped tiled roof. Off central hipped waggon entrance supported on poles. Loft door in left side. 6 bays. Western bay has 2 C17 or earlier oak arched upright parts. Otherwise timbers are softwood and erected after C1700 as there is a ridge piece. Through purlins and curved braces to wall plate.
Listing NGR: TR3465869420
© Mrs Dawn Davison. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Davison, Dawn
Rights Holder: Davison, Dawn
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