Building record BCB 027 - Barn at Brundon Hall

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19th C barn with boarded cladding


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Type and Period (2)

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19th C barn built in two sections in the grounds of Brundon Hall, an 18th C Grade II* listed building. Both sections are of 5 bays and each contains a threshing floor and storage area. The southern section of the barn was entirely clad in tarred boarding, whereas the northern section was only partially boarded, whilst the rest was plastered with cable pattern and herringbone pattern pargetting and which may at one point have been painted as there are traces of white and pink distemper. Some traces of red pigment can also be seen on some of the boards (S1 & S2)

Sources/Archives (2)

  • <S1> Unpublished document: Aitkens, P.. 2008. Boarded Finishings and Claddings on Late-Georgian East Anglian Farm Buildings.
  • <S2> Unpublished document: Aitkens, P.. 2006. An assessment of the architectural history of the barn at Brundon Hall Farm, Brundon, Sudbury, Suffolk.

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Record last edited

Mar 3 2015 9:26AM

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