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Manor Farm Barn originally stood at Heyshott, West Sussex. It was rebuilt in c.1900 reusing some
of the ancient oak timbers in the walls. The roof is fully hipped and is of King post construction in pine.
Manor farm, Heyshott
Manor farm, Heyshott
© Antique Buildings Ltd..
Originally stood at: Heyshott, West Sussex
Period: c1900 rebuilt using ancient frame with new timbers
Material: Pine and Oak
Dimensions: 54ft long by 23ft wide
Victorian king post roof construction in pine
This page courtesy of Antique Buildings Limited based at Dunsfold.

Peter Barker of Antique Buildings Ltd. writes:
The dismantled frame of the barn has now been sold for re-erection on another site - no information or pictures available yet.
But... there was a separate open fronted cattle shed forming part of the yard area - this has been re-erected at the Old Barn Garden Centre at Dial Post alongside another barn that we relocated from a site near Lewes.
Aug. 2007

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