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© Mr Colin David Broome

IoE Number: 192063
Location: FARM BUILDINGS AT TERRY BOOTH FARM, CHAPEL HILL (ON EAST SIDE OF KYME EAU)
  AMBER HILL, BOSTON, LINCOLNSHIRE
Photographer: Mr Colin David Broome
Date Photographed: 29 June 2005
Date listed: 05 April 1988
Date of last amendment: 05 April 1988
Grade II

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TF 15 SE AMBER HILLCHAPEL HILL(on east side ofKyme Eau)

TF 15 SE AMBER HILL CHAPEL HILL (on east side of Kyme Eau) 1/10 Farm buildings at Terry Booth Farm G.V. II Farmbuildings comprising stables, tackroom, waggon hovels, barn, granary with dovecote over and crewyard. Late C18, altered late C19. Red brick, pantile roofs. Barn and granary at opposing ends are linked by waggon hovels and wall to form rectangular yard. 2 storey, 5 bay granary, the centre bay raised to 3 storeys with hipped roof, to form dovecote, dogtooth eaves. Central basket arched doorway now blocked, flanked by 2 blocked openings. To first floor 5 semi-circular headed openings. To third floor semi-circular headed planked opening with 6 flight holes. Barn has hipped roof and softwood clasped purl in roof. Included for group value only.

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