FARMBUIDINGS ADJOINING UTON BARTON FARMHOUSE TO NORTH AND WEST

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1258133
Date first listed:
20-May-1985
Statutory Address:
FARMBUIDINGS ADJOINING UTON BARTON FARMHOUSE TO NORTH AND WEST

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Location

Statutory Address:
FARMBUIDINGS ADJOINING UTON BARTON FARMHOUSE TO NORTH AND WEST

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

County:
Devon
District:
Mid Devon (District Authority)
Parish:
Crediton Hamlets
National Grid Reference:
SX 82877 98619

Details

SX 89 NW CREDITON HAMLETS UTON

7/129 Farmbuildings adjoining Uton Barton Farmhouse to north and west GV II

Large complex of contemporary farmbuildings. Circa 1850. Mostly roughly coursed volcanic stone with large dressed quoins, some brick; slate roofs. 4 ranges of farmbuildings around large courtyard. The east range, adjoining Uton Barton Farmhouse (q.v.) houses stables with haylofts over; the north range a large central barn over a shippon with granary and linhays, the west range a linhay and small stable; and the south range a cartshed and workshop/stores separated by farmyard entrance, the workshop/stores adjoining the west end of Uton Barton Farmhouse (q.v.). East stable range built as 2 stables with hayloft loading bays over each door and flanking windows with harness room. Original arrangement altered by insertion of large sliding door at left end and small central door, both in C20. 13-bay roof. North range has large central gable-ended double barn over a shippon standing higher and breaking forward from flanking granary and linhays. The shippon basement is built of snecked volcanic stone with a front 5-bay arcade of round-headed brick arches. The brick barn above is also 5 bays having 2 large doorways with segmental arches and vestigial, pilaster-like cheeks alternating with the 3 large unglazed mullion-and-transom windows with vertical iron bars and shutters, also with segmental brick arches. 7-bay roof. The granary to right is built in the same style and has 2 ground floor round-headed arches right of a flight of granite steps with iron railings up to the granary door. Hayloft loading door to right with small window between. A large granite drinking trough occupies the space beneath the granary steps and against the projecting barn wall. A 4½=bay Alcock's Type T1 linhay continues to meet east range stables. A similar 4-bay linhay continues left from barn to west range which comprises another similar 9-bay linhay with a small stable or cowshed with hayloft over at left end adjoining south range. The south range faces south (away from courtyard) and includes a cartshed with hayloft over left of entrance and a 2-storey 5-window workshop/store block to right adjoining the farmhouse. Well preserved large mid-C19 planned courtyard of contemporary farm buildings.

Listing NGR: SX8287798619

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
444406
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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