2 Cowsheds To The East Of Great Barn At Brokenborough is a grade two (II) listed building in Brokenborough, Wiltshire, SN16. It was first listed in 1951.
Brokenborough is a village in England with a long history. These two cowsheds are from the late 1800s and are in good condition considering their age. They are made of stone and have slate roofs. The shed nearest the Great Barn has brick infill on the west end, and the shed farthest from the Great Barn has decayed weatherboarding on the east end. Despite some weathering, these two sheds are still standing strong and are a good example of late 1800s architecture.
About 2 Cowsheds To The East Of Great Barn At Brokenborough
BROKENBOROUGH MAIN STREET ST 98 NW 4/3 2 Cowsheds to the east of Great Barn at Brokenborough 12.12.51 Farm GV II
Two Cowsheds. Late C18. Coursed rubble with dressed stone jambs to entrances, wooden lintels and stone slate roofs. Shed nearest Great Barn (q.v.) has brick infill to west end and hipped roof to east end with corrugated iron below. Shed farthest from Great Barn has decayed weatherboarding to east end above entrance. Both sheds have simple through-purlin, tie-and-collar roof structures with some renewal of timbers. Included principally for group value with the Great Barn.
Where is 2 Cowsheds To The East Of Great Barn At Brokenborough?
2 Cowsheds To The East Of Great Barn At Brokenborough is located on Main Street, in Brokenborough, Wiltshire, SN16.
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