Building record MNT27583 - Outbuildings at Manor Farm


BARN (Georgian); BARN (Georgian to Victorian)


Grid reference Centred SK 67423 73406 (25m by 40m)
Map sheet SK67SE
District Bassetlaw
Civil Parish Bothamsall, Bassetlaw


Type and Period (2)

Full Description

The farm, in all likelihood originated as a pre-enclosure village farm and is recorded on early 19th century maps of the county and the Parish. The farm originally belonged to the Dukes of Newcastle.
The building is clearly of two phases, the earliest being that to the north, this building, although much ruined, consists of a threshing or mixed use barn and cow shed. There is tentative evidence to suggest that this part of the building is pre 19th century in date. The southern part of the building dates to the mid 19th century, a period of extensive agricultural re-building. The building is of a relatively common design but is well finished with cant brick door reveals, sandstone kneelers and gable parapets, which along with the apparent carriage house and stabling suggests a relatively well off farm. (1)

<1> Archaeological Building Recording Services, 2019, Manor Farm Bothamsall: An Archaeological Building Survey (Unpublished document). SNT5225.

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <1> Unpublished document: Archaeological Building Recording Services. 2019. Manor Farm Bothamsall: An Archaeological Building Survey.

Finds (0)

Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

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Related Events/Activities (1)

Record last edited

Jan 19 2023 7:34PM

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