© Mr Robin Earl LRPS
NORTH BARN (MAIN BLOCK) INCLUDING WALL ACROSS THE SOUTH, BOUNDING THE ROAD, LITTLEHAMPTON ROAD (north side)
WORTHING, WORTHING, WEST SUSSEX
Mr Robin Earl LRPS
06 January 2001
07 May 1975
Date of last amendment:
07 May 1975
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North Barn (Main block)
including wall across
the south, bounding the road
TQ 1003 9/163 7.5.75.
Probably early C19. Forming a yard (with the separate shed on the east side), the
main block is L-shaped, with a very large barn forming the rear, north side of the
yard, a long shed extending from it along the west side, the south side being closed
by a flint wall with stone coping. Well-built in cobbles, with brick dressings.
Slate roof of even height over both wings. Double full-height doors to centre of
barn, which has queen-post type of roof. The shed is open below, on the yard side,
weather-boarded above with casement windows.