Historic building recording by G Elliott and D Milbank of TVAS of two barns and the adjoining cart-shed and stables. In their original form, both barns were for threshing and consisted of five bays with waggon entrances within the central bay. The south-west barn is largely unchanged from its original form. The north-west barn has been altered, with the removal of the covered waggon entrance and possibly a north aisle. A sixth bay was added to its west end and the roof extended further to include stables and a cart-shed. Another stable block abuts the south wall. A subsequent watching brief by L Esteves of TVAS during ground reduction within the south-west barn revealed no finds or features of archaeological significance.