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Group of Attached Farm Buildings, Comprising One Barn, One Animal House, 2 Stable Blocks and Attached Wall at Heywoods Farm

A Grade II Listed Building in White Waltham, Windsor and Maidenhead

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.4952 / 51°29'42"N

Longitude: -0.7556 / 0°45'20"W

OS Eastings: 486485

OS Northings: 178098

OS Grid: SU864780

Mapcode National: GBR D6W.7S5

Mapcode Global: VHDWQ.VPF4

Entry Name: Group of Attached Farm Buildings, Comprising One Barn, One Animal House, 2 Stable Blocks and Attached Wall at Heywoods Farm

Listing Date: 26 April 1989

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1204446

English Heritage Legacy ID: 41161

Location: White Waltham, Windsor and Maidenhead, SL6

County: Windsor and Maidenhead

Civil Parish: White Waltham

Traditional County: Berkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Berkshire

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Listing Text

WHITE WALTHAM WALTHAM PARK AVENUE
SU 87 NE
(west side)
9/37 Group of attached farm
buildings, comprising one
barn, one animal house, 2
stable blocks and attached
wall at Heywoods Farm

G.V. II

Group of attached farm buildings comprising one large barn; one large animal house;
(formerly a barn) 2 stable blocks with hay lofts over and with a wall attached on the
south block; C17 and C18. Barns and cartshed are timber framed with later brickwork, and
part brick infill. Stables are brick. All have old tile roofs, hipped and gabled. An
attractive group of buildings enclosing 3 sides of the former farmyard, with an entry on
the east; open on the south to the former farmhouse, listed separately (9/36). One
storey and 2 storeys. Animal house: (former barn) forms the west side of the former
farmyard. C17 altered C18. Timber frame of 9 framed bays, aisles added on east and west
side. West front has 4 brick piers remaining from 2 former wagon entries. 5 rooflights
on east roof slope. Interior: good quality timber frame with queen post roof, 2 sets of
butt purlins; straight posts, and carpenters marks in correct sequence. The early C20
extension on the south end is of no special interest. Barn: on north side of former
farmyard. Mid C18. Long rectangular plan of probably 10 bays, aisles and 2 wagon
entries on north and south sides. The wagon entries on the south front have hipped roofs
and large plank doors. North front: ventilation slots in aisle walls. Wagon entry on
right has hipped roof, wagon entry on left is recessed. At left end is hipped end gable
of adjoining stable block which is of 3 bays with 3 ventilation slots on first floor and
two, 2-light openings ground floor. Stables: on east side of former farmyard. 2 blocks
with entry to farmyard in centre, forming a symmetrical design. East side: coped
pedimented gables each side of entrance with moulded brick string. Gable on left has
circular blind opening in pediment; 2 openings with segmental arches on ground floor.
The section to the left of the gable has a later aisle of no special interest; on the
south return gable is a date of '1750' in grey brick headers. The gable on the right of
the entrance has the pediment missing but has 2 blind openings with segmental openings on
ground floor. The section to the right of the gable has 5 bays of segmental-arched blind
openings, is slightly set back and is attached to the barn on the north. On the west
front of the left-band block is a wall attached at right angles, approx 10 metres long
and 3 metres high, partly rebuilt. Internal inspection of the barn was not possible at
tine of survey.


Listing NGR: SU8648578098

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