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Fursdon Barn

A Grade II Listed Building in Plymouth, Plymouth

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Latitude: 50.4139 / 50°24'49"N

Longitude: -4.105 / 4°6'17"W

OS Eastings: 250540

OS Northings: 59229

OS Grid: SX505592

Mapcode National: GBR NY.R7FR

Mapcode Global: FRA 279Y.LM8

Plus Code: 9C2QCV7W+G2

Entry Name: Fursdon Barn

Listing Date: 1 May 1975

Last Amended: 9 November 1998

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1330572

English Heritage Legacy ID: 473201

Location: Plymouth, PL6

County: Plymouth

Electoral Ward/Division: Moor View

Built-Up Area: Plymouth

Traditional County: Devon

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon

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740-1/6/241 (East side)
01/05/75 Fursdon Barn
(Formerly Listed as:
BLUNT'S LANE, Buckland
Fursdon Barn)


Large threshing barn, now converted to club and with flats
above. Probably C18. Slatestone rubble; dry slate half-hipped
roof with 3 small roof lights. Rectangular plan with 2
threshing floors with 2 pairs of opposing doorways plus C20
2 storeys with very tall upper storey with 2 tiers of pigeon
holes and 2 slit ventilators; wide threshing doorways with
slate hoods except for the right-hand doorway of the front
which is now within C20 wing. Ground floor has 6 wide
round-arched doorways, the 2 on the right within C20
INTERIOR: heavy cross beam to each bay. 1st floor not
inspected but noted to retain original roof structure.

Listing NGR: SX5047859205

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