Categories of Special Interest
1800 - 1840
Detached three-bay two-storey building, possibly corn-drying kiln, built c.1820, having pitched stone roof with brick lining to interior. Exposed coursed rubble limestone walls having brick surrounds to openings. Two large openings to second floor now blocked up. Floor missing to interior. Fireplace to ground floor.
An interesting building, which is likely to have been associated with the windmill to the north, the original use of this building is unclear. With the ground floor fireplace and brick-lined roof it is possible that the building was a drying kiln for grain that was then ground in the adjacent windmill. It appears that it was also used as an RIC barracks at a later stage.