Source/Archive record SEM340981 - North Furze Hill Barns, Barbrook, Lynton: Level 2 survey in support of an application for planning permission to convert to workshops and accommodation in the Exmoor National Park

Type Report
Title North Furze Hill Barns, Barbrook, Lynton: Level 2 survey in support of an application for planning permission to convert to workshops and accommodation in the Exmoor National Park
Author/Originator
Date/Year 2021
Publisher Alina Mackinley
Alina MacKinley (Prev Wisnicka)
ENPA project name Planning

Abstract/Summary

The southwestern half of an L shaped range was surveyed in 2021 in support of a planning application for the building's redevelopment. The buildings include a tack room, stables (including mezzanine, either a replacement or recent addition) and storage building (a lean to structure, previously a plant room). The structures are built of local rubble stone and of the same origin and similar pattern, and were suggested to have been built together prior to the 1840s, reroofed in the mid 20th Century. The floors had been replaced in concrete. The tack room included the passage to a water wheel, thought to have been in place since the late 19th Century.

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Referenced Monuments (1)

  • Post-medieval farm mill at North Furzehill Farm (Monument)

Referenced Events (1)

  • 2021: HBR(L2) - North Furze Hill Barns (Ref: 62/41/22/007+008LB)

Record last edited

Feb 7 2022 9:35PM