Listed Building: BARNS AT NORTH LEES HALL (1311113)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 355, 2, 80
Date assigned Wednesday, July 12, 1967
Date last amended


Farm outbuildings. C17, C18 and C19 in linked range of coursed rubble gritstone with quoins, plain gables, stone slates and concrete tiles. Range consisting of five bay cowhouse with overlofts, to which were added an 'L' plan range at the south east end, with a further extension to the south east in C19. Cowhouse with overlofts. Two storey, five roof bays, with six external doorways, all with cambered heads to massive lintels, and massive stone surrounds. Three openings to centre now partially blocked to form windows. Some ventilation slits to ground and first floor. Former 3-light recessed hollow chamfer mullioned window to first floor, now each with one remaining mullion, and partially blocked. Rear elevation has triangular vents. Four cruck trusses, each with collars and yolks, supporting single purlins with wind- braces, and a ridge purlin. 'L' plan range. Two storeys, one and a half bays to each part with former threshing floor served by tall opening with chamfered segmental arch. Added at south east end, a two bay carriage or cart shed. Listing NGR: SK2351883508

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Grid reference SK 23518 83508 (point)
Map sheet SK28SW

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Mar 25 2010 10:22AM

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