BARN ADJOINING AND AT 90 DEGREES TO NO 91 (BANK END)

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1134786

Date first listed: 04-Aug-1983

Statutory Address: BARN ADJOINING AND AT 90 DEGREES TO NO 91 (BANK END), THURSTONLAND BANK ROAD

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Location

Statutory Address: BARN ADJOINING AND AT 90 DEGREES TO NO 91 (BANK END), THURSTONLAND BANK ROAD

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

District: Kirklees (Metropolitan Authority)

Parish: Holme Valley

National Grid Reference: SE 15661 10463

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Details

SE 11 SE THURSTONLAND BANK ROAD 2/320 (Brockholes)

Barn adjoining and at 90° to No 91 (Bank End) GV II

Barn. C17 or earlier origin with late C18 cladding. Altered. Timber-framed with hammer dressed stone walls with quoins. Stone slate roof. Gable copings and moulded kneelers. Large opening to each elevation with quoins (one part blocked). The building is timber-framed in the centre part with 3 bays. Four trusses are supported on principal posts with massive wall plates. The barn has been extended at each end using queen post trusses, possibly of C18 origin. Two original king post trusses survive, with massive timbers and pegged joints. One truss has struts missing and braces to right are also missing. Braces from truss to post are present but may be later.

This was formerly an aisled barn. The aisles being removed probably in early C18 when adjoining house was built.

Listing NGR: SE1566110463

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 340547

Legacy System: LBS

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