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Barn at Hall Farm, Main Street, Swithland (Grade II)

Geo: 52.7105, -1.1767
Date ListedThu 15th March, 1984
CategoryStatutory Listed Building
AddressBarn (1749) at Hall Farm Main Street Swithland LE12 8TJ
GradeGrade II
Grid ReferenceSK5572212857
LBS189127
Volume, Map, Item286, 4, 71
ParishSwithland
WardRothley & Thurcaston
Conservation AreaSwithland
DescriptionBarn of 1749. Granite and slate rubble stone plinth and end walls, and red brick side walls with black headers used decoratively. Brick lining to end walls. Moulded brick cornice and Swithland slate roof. Stands to left of farm entrance, gable facing. Five bays of roughly double storey height, with tie and collar beam truss roof with angle struts. Double purlins clasp jointed. Brick pilasters support tie beams. On one beam is cared ?Sir Joseph Danvers, Baronet, 1749?. Various openings and ventilation loops in ends and sides with doors opposite each other halfway down sides. Doors of large stable type with cambered lintels. Bricked floor. A barn of fine quality and almost unaltered.

The description above describes the salient features of the building as it was at the date of listing. It is given in order to aid identification; it is not intended to be either comprehensive or exclusive.

Statutory Listing covers all parts of the property and its curtilage, ie all internal and external elements whether described or not.

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