BARN, SHELTER SHED AND YARD WALL, LOWER HOUSE FARM

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1156359
Date first listed:
17-Mar-1987
Statutory Address:
BARN, SHELTER SHED AND YARD WALL, LOWER HOUSE FARM

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Location

Statutory Address:
BARN, SHELTER SHED AND YARD WALL, LOWER HOUSE FARM

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

County:
Gloucestershire
District:
Forest of Dean (District Authority)
Parish:
Kempley
National Grid Reference:
SO 66854 29460

Details

KEMPLEY KEMPLEY VILLAGE SO 62 NE 8/137 Barn, shelter shed and yard wall, Lower House Farm

II

Barn, stable and shelter shed. 1836 for EEB (datestone): enlarged later C19. Thin, random rubble painted stonework, English garden wall bond extension on left: slate roof. Corrugated-iron roof to shelter shed. Two-bay lofted stable, 6- bay barn, 4-bay shelter shed at an angle. Facade to road and yard: stable on right. Leanto against gable not of special interest. Small window, 4 boarded doors, with flat heads: above, right 2 former pitching holes, now glazed, with flat timber lintels: 2 slit air vents. To left projecting porch, lean-to roof to below eaves of barn: double boarded doors with weatherboarding above to porch eaves. Plain wall on left, extended one bay for cartshed/granary. On left, from end of barn, low open-fronted shelter shed for yard cattle; timber posts to front, some renewed. Angle-strut trusses with one pair purlins and plank ridge. Gate to yard by shed and by barn, wall stone with brick-like capping. Right return boarded door to pitch hole to loft (hidden by leanto); above, either side paired openings to gable dovecote: in centre projecting stones frame tall trapezium, 6 openings for dovecote in 2 layers: datestone above, weathervane on apex. Lean-to either side porch and widening front of shelter shed not of special interest. Interior: brick trough with timber lip and hay rack over survive in stable. To left former cowhouse, originally with feeding passage, loft floor renewed. Threshing floor, low wall on left with timber cap: on right wall carried up to loft level, and bays lofted, with shafting, for feed preparation. King-post trusses, one pair purlins, plank ridge. Cartshed beyond on left open at back: gapped boarding over on timber-framing: loft floor missing.

Listing NGR: SO6685429460

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
125955
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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