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Barn at Wimbish Hall

The barn at Wimbish Hall in Essex is probably seventeenth century although it may be earlier. It is a timber-framed, aisled barn with clapboard cladding and a clay-tile roof. There are two wagon porches on the east side.

The barn has been in continuous agricultural use for at least 300 years and probably more. It has undergone a number of alterations, most noticeably the louvres on one porch and one end of the main barn. In spite of this the interior still presents the features of a classic Essex barn.