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Pair of Field Barns with Field Boundary Wall at Upper Hazlewood Farm

A Grade II Listed Building in Loddiswell, Devon

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Latitude: 50.358 / 50°21'28"N

Longitude: -3.7933 / 3°47'35"W

OS Eastings: 272534

OS Northings: 52439

OS Grid: SX725524

Mapcode National: GBR QF.ZWTC

Mapcode Global: FRA 28Y3.20G

Plus Code: 9C2R9654+6M

Entry Name: Pair of Field Barns with Field Boundary Wall at Upper Hazlewood Farm

Listing Date: 28 July 1989

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1325074

English Heritage Legacy ID: 99556

Location: Loddiswell, South Hams, Devon, TQ7

County: Devon

District: South Hams

Civil Parish: Loddiswell

Traditional County: Devon

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon

Church of England Parish: Loddiswell St Michael and All Angels

Church of England Diocese: Exeter

Tagged with: Agricultural structure

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2/106 Pair of field barns with
field boundary wall at
Upper Hazlewood Farm
Two barns, field boundary wall. Mid C19. Rubble, rendered to west end of
larger barn, bituminised slate roofs. The barns and boundary walls have decora-
tive detailing as found elsewhere on the Hazlewood Estate; barns, both gabled,
lie parallel, larger to the south and smaller to north. The corrugated asbestos
infill unit between the 2 is not of special interest, but the section of linking
wall is included. Larger barn has small square opening beneath broad flat
string course at low level, 3 rows of pigeon openings in brick to pattern in
coped east gable; to left is large lean-to with 2 plank loading doors under
boarded and timbered infil, and 2 recesses in stonework with rough ogee tops.
Far gable also coped, set to ground slope is rendered with wide doors to
cambered head, but rubble to added lean-to section; to its left steps lead down
to enclosed yard. Interior: has vents to long walls, 5-bay king-post roof,
good beamed floor. Smaller beam has bull's eye in brick over 2 recesses to
rough ogee heads; broad string course and 2 similar recesses below. Broad low
openings to covered yard. West gable, set to ground slope, has wide door open-
ing to stone voussoirs with straight extrados and drip. Both gables have pro-
jecting eaves course. At this end the 2 barns linked by wall with one large,
pyramidal-roofed niche and 5 smaller recesses to rough ogee heads. Interior
has 6½-bay collar roof; on the south wall are 4 recesses probably former loading
or window openings, to wood lintols, and a single opening to the north. An
enclosing wall on the south side of the large barn runs to a wide gateway, then
continues c.25 metres to a return boundary. From this point the wall, c.1.5m
high has a series of recesses to rough ogee heads, all under rough stone on
edge coping. Recesses are c.400mm wide, with intermediate buttresses roughly
the same width; 3 higher and larger piers have lofty deep recesses of a similar
kind, to approximately pyramidal cappings, but much overgrain at the time of
survey (September 1988). Wall continues to gateway at road end. An interesting
relatively unchanged survival showing the Hazlewood Estate 'philosophy' of
design extended to farm buildings.

Listing NGR: SX7253452439

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