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Record Details

HER Number:51005
Type of record:Building
Name:Barn, Curborough Hall Farm, Watery Lane, Curborough


A brick built barn, which when surveyed in 1985 was in a ruinous condition, but appears to have since been converted to a commercial use.

Grid Reference:SK 1250 1199
Map Sheet:SK11SW
Parish:Curborough and Elmhurst, Lichfield District
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Monument Type(s):

  • BARN (Built, POST MEDIEVAL to Victorian - 1700 AD? to 1899 AD? (between))

Associated Events:

  • EST1469 - A survey of the barn and other outbuildings at Curborough Hall Farm, Watery Lane, Lichfield, August 1984.

Full description

A brick built barn in poor condition: only three walls remain. The original roof is no longer in existence and has been replaced by corrugated sheeting. It is located within a farm group which includes a cartshed, stable and cow house. The barn is used for storing hay. (LF 19-April-2007) <1>

The building survives and appears to have been converted as part of the Craft Centre. (DAT, 09/02/2015) <2>

Sources and further reading

<1>SST564 - Survey Archive: Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. 1985. Domesday Survey of Barns for Staffordshire - Survey Sheets. Curborough and Elmhurst - 51005 (Includes photograph, sketch plans and notes on the other buildings).
<2>SST4433 - Aerial Photograph: 2006-2010. Aerial photosurvey of Staffordshire - 2006-2010. Digital. 1:10000.

Related records

58287Part of: Curborough Farm / Old Hall Farm, Watery Lane, Curborough (Monument)