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IoE Number: 48778
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Date Photographed: N/A
Date listed: 23 September 1950
Date of last amendment: 19 June 1972
Grade I

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ST JOHN'S ROAD 1. 1082 Barn to the north of St John's Farmhouse (Formerly listd as building to north of Farmhouse) (Dairy) TL 5380 4/187 I GV 2. The barn immediately to the north of St John's Farmhouse incorporates remains of part of the chapel of St Mary Magdalene at one time attaced to the combined hospitals of St John and St Mary which were united in circa 1240. Now mainly C16, a stone and brick building with much reused mediaeval stone. 2 storeys. 3 window range, 2-light Tudor widows with stone arches and mullions set in dressed stone reveals. The north wall incorporates the remains of a C13 pointed arcade with quadruple shafts and head label stops. Segments of similar shafts are built into the east wall and there is the remains of a stone piscina built into the wall above a Tudor doorway on the south side. The south wall has brick buttresses, probably Tudor, and the north wall has buttresses with 2 offsets rebuilt with mediaeval stone. the cast and west ends have stone dressed crowstepped gables. Roof tiled. with a C17 chimney stack at the east end, with 2 diagonal shafts on a rectangular base. AM. No 1 (St John's Farmhouse), Dovecote, Wall & barns to the north and south west of the farmhouse, Nos 2 to 20 (even) & Nos 2 to 12 (even) & No 16 (West End PH) West End form a group.

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