Listed Building: BARN AT MANOR FARM (1315360)

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Grade II
NHLE 1315360
Date assigned 27 August 1987
Date last amended


SE 55 NE NETHER POPPLETON CHURCH LANE SE 55 SE (north side) 3/14 Barn at Manor Farm 6/14 GV II Barn. C15 or C16, encased in brick in C18 with rebuilding of east end and repairs of 1928. Timber-framing, brick, pantile roof. Single-aisled barn of 4½ bays with entrance to second bay and aisle to north. South facade: double board doors. Board pitching door to fourth bay. 3 rows of vents. Tumbling in and raised gable ends. Interior: jowled posts on padstones, originally with straight three-way bracing, but braces to tie-beams now absent. Mortices for aisle ties visible. Collar and tie-beam roof with no ridge. 2 sets of through purlins with edge-halved, bridled scarf joints trenched into backs of principal rafters. Prince Rupert's troops are said to have been billeted here before the Battle of Marston Moor in 1644. Several bays to the west were destroyed by fire in 1928. Listing NGR: SE5642455002

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Grid reference SE 5642 5500 (point) (2 map features)
Map sheet SE55NE

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Nov 30 2021 9:27PM


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