Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1023040

Date first listed: 20-Dec-1960

Date of most recent amendment: 09-Dec-1985

Statutory Address: THE GRANARY


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Statutory Address: THE GRANARY

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Wiltshire (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Yatton Keynell

National Grid Reference: ST8543675237


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YATTON KEYNELL WEST YATTON ST 87 NE 3/548 The Granary 20.12.60 (formerly listed together with Hogsbush Farmhouse as Farmyard Buildings)


Farmyard court, partly converted to house, late C18 to C19, rubble stone with stone tile, slate and imitation stone tile roofs. Large courtyard plan open to south, single storey with one and a half storey granary, now converted to house. West and part of north side is single build open stall, stable and pig-sty range with coped south gable and roof hipped at north west angle. West side 6 and then 5 open-fronted stalls with circular piers. North side through opening, window, door, window and 3 pig-stys with square piers. Rear has imitation stone-tiles. North range continued with stone- tiled section, hipped at north east angle. 3 C20 windows. Rear is raised on buttressed rubble stone wall. East range is converted granary and large barn beyond, C19, slate roofed. Granary formerly with 4 open bays to ground floor, now infilled with C20 door and windows, 4 C20 gabled dormers above, pyramid-roofed louvre on ridge. C20 dormers and ground floor openings to east side. Barn has central doors to courtyard and upper opening each side, projecting gabled cart-entry to east. Cambered inner arch. 7-bay king-post roof. (J. Cheetham and J. Piper A Shell Guide: Wiltshire 1968, p. 189).

Listing NGR: ST8543675237


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Legacy System number: 317641

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Books and journals
Cheetham, J, Piper, J, 'Shell County Guides' in Wiltshire, (1968), 189

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