This small 19th century rectangular building is situated north of the bank barn (ntsmr 26402) and east of the former wash house and now consists of a shippon and store. It appears to have originally have been an open-fronted shed. Possibly a covered midden. It may well be contemporary with the bank barn. WALLS - Surface gathered and quarried slate with dressed quoins and a large buttress on the north wall. ROOF - Graded slates rising to a sandstone ridge, resting upon two sawn softwood king post trusses with angle struts. Sawn softwood purlins laid in single lengths. Sawn softwood rafters and ridge purlin slates originally torched underneath. INTERIOR - Concrete floor and shippon stalls (Green, S, 01/04/1987).