Alston, L., (2013). Granary and cartlodge at Mulberry Farm, Risby: Heritage Asset Assessment. Ipswich: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service.

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Granary and cartlodge at Mulberry Farm, Risby: Heritage Asset Assessment
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Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service unpublished report series
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suffolkc1-143637_1.pdf (4 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1020732
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Report (in Series)
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The grade II-listed granary and cart lodge that forms the subject of this report lies in close proximity to three other listed buildings: the farmhouse to which the granary formerly belonged, an aisled barn and Dove Cottage. At the time of the tithe survey in 1839 these properties belonged to the Reverend John Wastell of Risby House and were held in conjunction with a substantial farm of 232 acres. The granary is shown as twice its present length on the enclosure map of 1802 and is likely to have been newly built at this time. Empty mortises in the western gable demonstrate that it was originally attached to a lower range that has since been demolished. The timber-framed building contains a grain floor on its upper storey, reached by an internal stair with an open-sided cart lodge and an enclosed shed on the ground floor. The cart lodge was initially open to the front and rear but was enclosed by a flint-rubble wall to the rear when a new cart-shed was added to the east. The roof-plates contain unusual splayed scarf joints that are normally found only in medieval structures. Although largely stripped of its original plaster, both inside and out, most of the frame is intact and the building is of historic interest as it illustrates the nature of local farmsteads during the agricultural revolution of the late-C18th and early-C19th.
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L Alston
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Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Suffolk HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2013
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Site: RBY 045 Granary and cartlodge at Mulberry Farm, Risby
Parish: RISBY
District: ST EDMUNDSBURY
County: SUFFOLK
Country: England
Location - Auto Detected: Risby House
Location - Auto Detected: Dove Cottage
Grid Reference: 579630, 266500 (Easting, Northing)
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Subjects / Periods:
Find: None Uncertain
Monus: Cartlodge Post Medieval
Monus: Granary Post Medieval
Temporal - Auto Detected: 1802
Temporal - Auto Detected: 1839
Temporal - Auto Detected: Medieval
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OASIS Id: suffolkc1-143637
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Standard SCCAS client report, soft bound, A4, colour
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25 Nov 2016
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