This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SHOBROOKE CHURCH LANE SS 80 SE 2/65 Granary, 12m south of - Shobrooke Barton Farmhouse GV II Granary and cider store. Late C18 - early C19. English bond brickwork, including occasional burnt headers, on mainly volcanic rubble footings. Faces east. Two storeys. Slate roof hipped each end. Access to first floor by external stone stops up north (right-hand) side behind which wall changes angle cutting off north west corner. 3-window front on each floor left of large ground floor doorway with beaded timber frame. Most of windows have vertical slats under narrow glazed top section below timber lintels. Central ground floor window and right first floor windows are loading bays with timber lintels. Granary intrudes at awkward angle into northern corner of farmyard adjoining stables (q.v.) and forms component of large farmyard complex.
Listing NGR: SS8634101100
© Mr David Withey. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Withey, David
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