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Latitude: 52.6917 / 52°41'30"N
Longitude: 1.6794 / 1°40'45"E
OS Eastings: 648742
OS Northings: 316799
OS Grid: TG487167
Mapcode National: GBR YPF.CD9
Mapcode Global: WHNVK.RLXV
Plus Code: 9F43MMRH+MQ
Entry Name: Barn at Hall Farm
Listing Date: 4 December 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1216597
English Heritage Legacy ID: 402052
Location: Hemsby, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29
Civil Parish: Hemsby
Traditional County: Norfolk
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk
Church of England Parish: Hemsby St Mary
Church of England Diocese: Norwich
TG 41 NE HEMSBY HALL ROAD
2/15 Barn at Hall Farm
5 stead aisled barn. Early C14 timber frame structure with brick walls added
C18. Some flint also used. Thatched roof. North side has 2 symmetrically
placed double timber doors rising into swept eyebrows under thatch. At
intervals are blocked slit ventilation lights. C20 doors inserted right of
centre. 4 stepped buttresses remain. Half hipped roof, but originally gabled,
the east gable with tumbling. South side has opposing entrances now blocked.
2 C20 sloping brick buttresses to west and several C18 brick piers throughout.
Interior. Brickwork changes from Flemish to English bond. 8 bays. 7 pairs
square section aisle posts stand on timber sole spurs running from base of
wall posts. Many sole spurs now replaced with brick and wall posts either
removed in C18 or embedded in brickwork of that date. Curved braces rise on
both sides of aisle posts to arcade plate and inwards to tie beams. From aisle
posts further spurs connect with wall plate of outer timber members. Curved
passing braces rise from wall posts, trenched through wall plate spur, through
aisle posts and tenon into underside of tie beams. From tie beams Queen struts
rise to lower of 2 tiers through purlins. No principal rafters or windbracing.
Hall farmhouse demolished.
Listing NGR: TG4874216799
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