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SLEATH FARM BUILDINGS, FORMERLY LECH FARM BUILDINGS

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NPRN 410121

Map Reference SO32NE

Grid Reference SO3919625628

Unitary (Local) Authority Monmouthshire

Old County Monmouthshire

Community Grosmont

Type of Site FARM BUILDING

Broad Class AGRICULTURE AND SUBSISTENCE

Period Post Medieval, 19th Century, 16th Century

Site Description Sleath farm buildings form a ‘T’ shape range of derelict structures, including a former timber-framed, 16th century, 3-bay cruck barn, situated down-the-slope. This is encased in a ca 1800 rebuild in stone, with stable and cart house built across-the -slope at the upper end, and a double cart-house with granary over in-line at the lower end. There is a 19th century, stone-built lean-to against the lower end wall, with to the south, adjacent former stone-built pig-sties, altered in brick. A further 19th century stone-building in this projecting south-wing was a stable with central entry and flanking windows. See notes for more information.
Geoff Ward, visited 21/05/2009

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