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Barn with Stables and Oran Cottages Numbers One, Two and Four

A Grade II Listed Building in Catterick, North Yorkshire

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Latitude: 54.3625 / 54°21'44"N

Longitude: -1.6148 / 1°36'53"W

OS Eastings: 425130

OS Northings: 496398

OS Grid: SE251963

Mapcode National: GBR KK5Z.6Y

Mapcode Global: WHC6N.5MB0

Entry Name: Barn with Stables and Oran Cottages Numbers One, Two and Four

Listing Date: 3 July 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1318267

English Heritage Legacy ID: 322363

Location: Catterick, Richmondshire, North Yorkshire, DL10

County: North Yorkshire

District: Richmondshire

Civil Parish: Catterick

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Catterick St Anne

Church of England Diocese: Leeds

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Listing Text

SE 29 NE
5/50 Barn with stables and
Oran Cottages Nos 1, 2
and 4


Threshing barn with stables, attached cart-shed now Oran Cottage no 4, and 2
attached unoccupied cottages, Oran Cottages nos 1 and 2. C18 barn, early
C19 cartshed and cottages. Brick barn with some rubble patching and ashlar
dressings, with pantile roof; cottages 1 and 2 with brick facade, rubble to
other sides, pantile roof with stone slates to eaves; Cottage 4: rubble with
Welsh slate roof. Barn: 9 internal bays; all cottages 2 storeys, 2 bays,
nos 1 and 2 to left; no 4 to rear right. Barn: ashlar quoins. Bays divided
by pilaster buttresses. Central tall doorway of chamfered ashlar sandstone
with large keystone, and matching pitching doorway on first floor to left,
also altered pitching doorway to right. On ground floor, further left,
chamfered quoined ashlar stable doorway, with pitching doorway above in
plain stone surround, with window to left in moulded architrave and inserted
window to right of stable door. To right of central doorway, inserted
stable doorway and small irregular windows. Vents. Stepped dentilled
eaves. Shaped kneelers, ashlar copings. Small ridge stack to left, and
eaves stack to right. Weather-vane to right gable. Rear: opposing similar
tall doorway. Outbuilding projecting to right not of special interest.
Right return: board pitching door to first floor with wrought-iron hoist and,
in gable, projecting ashlar perches below pigeoncote. Cottage 1 and 2 to
left of barn. Right cottage: central C20 panel door with 4-pane sash
windows in flush wood frames, in concrete surrounds on ground floor and with
stone sills and brick segmental arches on first floor. Left cottage:
openings have sandstone wedge lintels. Central C20 panel door below
overlight with marginal panes and decorative glazing bars, all in quoined
surround. Sash windows with glazing bars in flush wood architraves on
ground floor, 9-pane unequally-hung sash windows on first floor. Double
stack between the 2 cottages. Added rear outshuts to cottages not of
special interest. Cottage 4, west elevation: 2 ground-floor brick segmental
arches now blocked to form casement window and stable door. Interior of
barn: full-height dividing wall separates left 3 bays as stables, with
stalls and mangers for 3 farm horses. Inserted half-height wall to stable
to right. Brick pilaster buttresses inside support the roof of collared
principal-rafter roof trusses with original through-purlins, rafters and
ridge piece.

Listing NGR: SE2513096398

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