LANAWAYS BARN

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1119726

Date first listed: 27-Apr-1998

Statutory Address: LANAWAYS BARN, TWO MILE ASH ROAD

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Location

Statutory Address: LANAWAYS BARN, TWO MILE ASH ROAD

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

County: West Sussex

District: Horsham (District Authority)

Parish: Southwater

National Grid Reference: TQ 15304 28070

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Details

TQ 12 NE HORSHAM RURAL TWO MILE ASH ROAD

12/10034 Lananways Barn

GV II

Barn and attached shelter-shed, now house. Barn probably C17, shelter-shed C19; converted to house 1990-95. Timber-framed with late-C20 weather-board cladding, brick plinth to former shelter-shed, and plain tile roofs; barn lean-to has rubblestone walls. L-shaped plan. Three-bay barn with central opposing cart-entries, that to south side taller; lean-to at east end; 4-bay shelter-shed attached to west end, and originally open on east side. Late-C20 doors, windows (mostly 2-light casement windows), glazing to barn former cart-entries and steel flue. Interior: barn has well-preserved good-quality frame, comprising sole plate; large-scantling posts and studs, the wall posts jowelled and having slightly-arched braces up to tie-beams and large-scantling braces down to mid-rail; roof has raking queen struts, clasped purlins, pegged rafters and straight wind braces at ends. Gallery and stone fireplace inserted late C20. The lean-to has wall-plate; tie-beam with arched brace from barn wall-post; and raked strut supporting purlin. Queen-strut roof trusses to shelter-shed.

A small, good-quality, timber-framed barn which retains its original character despite its conversion to a house.







Listing NGR: TQ1530428070

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Legacy System number: 469247

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