Last edited by Mukus
Thursday, May 7, 2020 | History

2 edition of Staddle Granary found in the catalog.

Staddle Granary

Steven Hollowell

Staddle Granary

Parkhill Farm, Castle Ashby, Northamptonshire : a report on its removal and recording, Autumn, 1996

by Steven Hollowell

  • 227 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by [the author] in [Northampton] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDr Steven Hollowell, 1st May, 1998.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17515814M

Tel. , to book other times 18th century post mill. Back To Top. Banqueting House London Greater London Whitehall, Sw1A 2ER Nearest underground stations: Westminster or Embankment Tel. (information line). A building sitting on staddle stones, at the Somerset Rural Life Museum. Source here. Granary, Weald & Downland Museum. Source here. The store house in the garden of Sheldon Manor is built on staddle stones, designed to keep out the rats. Source here. Granary on staddle stones, Lower Bottom House Farm, Chalfont St Giles. Source here.

  The large granary barn in the corner of the farmyard seemed to be ideal in size and position for use as a hall but it would need a great deal of conversion to be viable. This conversion would require many of the other surrounding buildings to be cleared to make it accessible from the road and to take it out of its farmyard setting. 20 Apr - A stylish addition to any garden. Perfectly situated off the ground on staddle stones, this stunning house offers a roomy accommodation for poultry. See 21 pins.

They are found not only on clifftops, in churches and cemeteries but also above the region’s iconic horroes or cabaceiros (staddle stone granary houses raised on pillars).   In West Sussex there is a particularly impressive granary built in which uses straddle stones. In Tavistock you can see substantial barns supported by staddle stones. In Scotland, at the museum of Scottish Country Life, you’ll find rare straddle ‘stones’ made from cast iron.


Share this book
You might also like
Stability of some commercial lubricating oil addition agents in an internal combustion engine

Stability of some commercial lubricating oil addition agents in an internal combustion engine

Stephen Leacock & me

Stephen Leacock & me

life of Thomas Steed from his own diary, 1826-1910.

life of Thomas Steed from his own diary, 1826-1910.

Marshall O. Roberts et al., vs. the United States

Marshall O. Roberts et al., vs. the United States

When the air hits your brain

When the air hits your brain

Recreation for the handicapped.

Recreation for the handicapped.

Diamond dogs!

Diamond dogs!

Introduction to foundry technology

Introduction to foundry technology

Womens Education Project- Summary

Womens Education Project- Summary

2000 Import and Export Market for Nickel in United Kingdom

2000 Import and Export Market for Nickel in United Kingdom

Selected papers on the design of office buildings, 1890-1930.

Selected papers on the design of office buildings, 1890-1930.

Biotechnology in the pulp and paper industry

Biotechnology in the pulp and paper industry

Living Geography - Russia

Living Geography - Russia

people of the Sierra.

people of the Sierra.

Staddle Granary by Steven Hollowell Download PDF EPUB FB2

A STUDY OF THE STADDLE STONE GRANARY IN HAMPSHIRE ZfyJOY PEACH ABSTRACT Tke author has collected details of nearly Hampshire staddle stone granaries. The article discusses the significance of Ike role of tke granary in the farm, and explores the origins and function of staddle stones.

A general chronology ofFile Size: 1MB. Our website works best with the latest version of the browsers below, unfortunately your browser is not an old browser means that some parts of our website might not work correctly.

Archive. Click on a volume box text to view contents or click on individual articles: The Staddle Granary at Castle Ashby, Northants by Stephen Hollowell Gloucestershire sheepwashes; Welsh wheelhouses The Jersey farmstead 'apples & cream' book review by R Edwards and J Lake.

A Wooden Granary. White Place Farm itself did not have a wooden Granary, but it has a stone Granary, which is also a listed building on the farm today. Sutton Farm which was part of the White Place Farm, did have a building such as the one in the picture above and set on Staddle Stones.

Granary Books Mercer Street, 2nd floor New York, NY USA tel fax [email protected] Granary Books Mercer Street, Staddle Granary book floor New York, NY USA tel fax [email protected] join our email list.

Nearby there is also a staddle granary of a similar date, also Grade II listed. Members of those known loosely as the Bloomsbury Group were frequent visitors to the house in the early C20th when Dora Carrington painted doors (I think – must check) in her inimitable Staddle Granary book.

UKAA offer a worldwide shipping service on any of our staddle stones please contact us at the office for further information. Staddle stones have been used as Garden Antiques since the 's, often they are referred to as - staddles, rick stones toadstools or mushrooms.

Over years ago Staddlestones would have been hand made from the local stone, quite simply to support agricultural. Staddle stones (variations include steddle stones) were originally used as supporting bases for granaries, hayricks, game larders, staddle stones lifted the granaries above the ground thereby protecting the stored grain from vermin and water seepage.

In Middle English staddle or stadle is stathel, from Old English stathol, a foundation, support or trunk of a tree. An English antique staddle stone for your garden. This mushroom shaped stone was originally a support for an English granary building, which served to elevate the structure above ground level, allowing for air circulation and preventing rodents from getting into the granary.

Most of these stones date from the 18th or early 19th century. It consists of a vertical base that supports a dome. Dongqi Architects based the design of the pop-up bookstore pavilion on the Granary Shed— "a traditional English grain store which sits elevated by Staddle stones at the Hauser & Wirth gallery in Somerset, England." This allows the structural design to not only be built for the publishing house, but also to be closely intertwined with its history/5(66).

Staddle stones (variations include Steddle stones) were originally used as supporting bases for granaries, hayricks, game larders, etc. The staddle stones lifted the granaries above the ground thereby protecting the stored grain from vermin and water seepage.

In Middle English staddle or stadle is stathel, from Old English stathol, a foundation, support or trunk of a tree. The Granary, which is about years old, once held up to 12 tons of corn.

It has bags of character with a cosy atmosphere and is still sitting on original oak timbers and staddle stones. Open plan kitchen with breakfast bar/sitting room; 1 x king size bedroom – ensuite; Bathroom with bath and a hand held shower; Room for cots or Z beds.

An hórreo is a typical granary from the northwest of the Iberian Peninsula (mainly Galicia, Asturias and Northern Portugal), built in wood and stone, raised from the ground by pillars ending in flat staddle stones to prevent access by rodents. ‘Opposite this doorway is a small granary that is on staddle stones and is the perfect resting place for the Labrador dog that happily ran up to lick our hands!’ ‘Tiles have been stolen from the roofs of remote farms and outbuildings, and heavy stone troughs and staddle stones, once a common sight in villages across rural Wiltshire, have.

The tops of staddle stones were usually rounded and curved-- giving them their mushroom appearance--in order to deter rodents from climbing into the hay or grain that was being stored above.

Unlike simple square or rectangular foundation stones, rodents have a difficult time climbing up and around the mushroom shaped tops. A fine brick-built early-C19 staddle-stone granary, retaining much of its original material notwithstanding removal and rebuilding in Recommended Books Gwent/Monmouthshire (Pevsner Architectural Guides: Buildings of Wales).

A granary is a storehouse or room in a barn for threshed grain or animal feed. Ancient or primitive granaries are most often made out of pottery. Granaries are often built above the ground to keep the stored food away from mice and other animals. A granary sitting on staddle stones, at the Somerset Rural Life Museum.

The Guidance identifies granaries as typically dating to the C18 or C19, either set on staddle stones or over cartshed and stable ranges.

In the Darent valley, farmsteads with medium-scale loose courtyard or larger regular courtyard plans had developed by the late C19 and included cattle housing, stables and granaries; most were as a result of.

The Granary is the newest addition to Hop Bine Studio, an Oak Framed building on staddle stones, fully insulated and providing a lovely comfortable sitting room comlete with record / CD player and TV and a balcony outside to enjoy a G and T as the sun goes down - a delight.

In Middle English staddle or stadle is stathel, from Old English stathol, a foundation, support or trunk of a tree. They can be mainly found in England, Galicia and Asturias (Northern Spain).

Above: Haversham Granary c, raised on Staddle Stones. Now at The Chiltern Open Air Museum having been salvaged in [photo: ] Origins.- They once served a utilitarian purpose. Today, they're beloved as garden ornaments.

See more ideas about Garden ornaments, Belgian pearls, Stone pins.The mushroom shaped stone at the entrance to the driveway is called a Staddle Stone. A Granary building would have stood on the top of several of this type of stone. The mushroom shape is to prevent the rats getting into the building.