Site:20583*3 This fine c.1840 former threshing barn provides the majority of the agricultural accommodation of the farmstead. It is linked to building *2 and forms the strongest element within the group. It consists of a shippon with hayloft over, a threshing barn and a cartshed with hayloft over. A alter rear addition contains a shippon with hayloft over. The building is depicted from the first Edition OS mapping onwards. IMPORTANT FEATURES - Roof timbers, stone threshing floor. Dressed sandstone window and door surrounds. WALLS - Front (W) elevation hard render scored as ashlar with dressed sandstone surrounds to all openings and fine simply moulded curves to the wain and cartshed doors. ROOF - Graded slates rising to a sandstone ridge with hipped ends resting upon 5 pitch pine king post trusses with angle struts. Double purlins, all sawn softwood 2/ pitch. Sawn softwood rafters and ridge purlin. Roof of rear hayloft inaccessible. INTERIOR SHIPPON - Softwood chamfered posts with softwood stall divides. Sawn softwood beams and joists. BARN - Stone threshing floor. Sawn softwood floors in both haylofts. One at N has access to building *2 through an oak framed doorway. Interior walls limewashed. CART SHED - Stone floor. REAR SHIPPON - Remains of 4 shippon stalls all softwood. Sawn softwood floor to hayloft resting on sawn softwood beams. Hayloft inaccessible. (NT VBS Surveyor; 1986) OAN Oct 2007 - Shown from the First Edition OS mapping onwards.