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Barn 100 Metres East of Low Holden, Keighley Golf Club House

A Grade II Listed Building in Silsden, Bradford

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.8874 / 53°53'14"N

Longitude: -1.9154 / 1°54'55"W

OS Eastings: 405654

OS Northings: 443475

OS Grid: SE056434

Mapcode National: GBR HR2H.36

Mapcode Global: WHB7P.KK35

Entry Name: Barn 100 Metres East of Low Holden, Keighley Golf Club House

Listing Date: 25 January 1985

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1224781

English Heritage Legacy ID: 418935

Location: Silsden, Bradford, BD20

County: Bradford

Civil Parish: Silsden

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Silsden St James

Church of England Diocese: Leeds

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Listing Text

SE04SE SILSDEN C.P. HOLDEN PARK

6/149 Barn 100 metres
east of Low Holden,
Keighley Golf Club
House

II

Barn. Early C17, with bay added c1768. Hammer-dressed stone, stone
slate roof. 6 bays. East front: quoins, central cart-entry
protected by projecting porch under cat-slide roof with main roof. An
aisle to left was probably added mid C18. This has doorway with tie-
stone jamb set within the re-entrant angle. To right of porch 2
rectangular ventilators and doorway with composite jambs and chamfered
surround. Quoins mark division with added bay, to right, which has
flight of 10 steps to lst-floor doorway with chamfered jambs and other
cart-entry with monolithic lintel inscribed " B ". Coped gables with
I B
1.7.6.8
kneelers. Rear has tall cart-entry with chamfered composite jambs and
wooden lintel protected by row of projecting slates. To either end,
doorway with composite jambs and deep lintel with chamfered surround.
Set between, triangular ventilators. Added bay, to left, has small
windows to 1st floor.

Interior : 2 bays have original Type 1 king-post trusses with tall
king-posts lacking struts (D.J.H. Michelmore, "A Preliminary Typology
for Pennine Aisled Barns with King-Post Roofs", The Brigantian 3 (1974),
(A Journal of Huddersfield and District Archaeological Society). 3
trusses with renewed fish-bone king-posts, but retaining original tie-
beams, probably when barn was extended c1768. Rear cart-entry has
wooden mortices for harr-hung door.


Listing NGR: SE0565443475

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