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Substantial stone barn c.early C19 in random rubble purple and grey sandstone Comments: Similar to farm buildings front the road at other properties, giving immediate impression of stone village.
Gable ends of barn/stables in similar stone to farmhouse but less well coursed, random sized rubble. Some browner colour. Probably C19.
Single storey simple stone barn, in roughly coursed, slabby, grey siltstone and fine sandstone. Very eroded along laminations within blocks and mortar between blocks. A good example of the type of ...
Large barn/stables built probably in early C19 in estate's Brampton (Wentnor) stone, as extension to lower timber-framed and brick C18 or C17 barn. All quoins and window/door surrounds in brick bec...
Long, low C18 stable lock in roughly coursed fine sandstone, with slate roof.
Stables and coach-house. Circa early C19, altered later C19. Coursed sandstone rubble. Gable-ended roof clad in corrugated sheet asbestos. Stone: Old Red Sandstone, Lithology: Sandstone, Roof: Other
North wall of former barn (rest of building has been demolished).
Large high barn, probably early C19 with squared & well coursed rubble. Extension to N of lower barn with very varied random rubble walls Stone: Old Red Sandstone, Lithology: Sandstone, Roof: Other
Rectangular 2-storey barn with rubble sandstone walls and large sandstone quoins and red brick dressings to the upper storey openings. There are 2 hay barn slits. There are tiles on the roof a...
18th century sandstone rubble, mid 19th century brick extension, plain tiled roof