© Helmut Schulenburg
BARN TO SOUTH-WEST OF ST JOHN'S FARMHOUSE, ST JOHN'S ROAD
ELY, EAST CAMBRIDGESHIRE, CAMBRIDGESHIRE
12 May 2006
23 September 1950
Date of last amendment:
19 June 1972
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ST JOHN'S ROAD
Balm to the south west
of St John's Farmhouse
(formerly listed as
St Mary's Barn)
TL 5380 4/54 23.9.50.
Originally possibly the Cl3 chapel of St John the Baptist attached to
the Hospital of St John and turned to secular use after the hospitals
of St John and St Mary were united in 1240. A stone rubble building
with 4 lancet stone dressed high level windows on the north front (blocked),
with moulded reveals. There is a C13 pointed arched doorway (blocked).
Above the doorway is a carved stone, much weathered, with the representation
of a man with a horn and an ox. It is said to be of Sazon origin. AM.
No1 (St John's Farmhouse) Dovecote, Wall & barns to the north & South west
of the frmhouse, Nos 2 to 20 (even) & Nos 2 to 12 (even) & No 16 (West End PH)
West End form a group.