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Moor Barns Farmhouse, Coton

History of Moor Barns Farmhouse

Listed building:

House. Late C17, extended by one bay early mid C18 and remodelled in c.1840-50 when the principal block was added. Mid-late C17 part timber- framed, roughcast rendered and cement tiled with original late C17 red brick ridge stack and c.1840-50 grey brick stack of two diagonally set shafts on rectangular base. Original single north-south range, of three bays and lobby entry plan. The C19 addition has converted the house to an L-plan.


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