From the Listed Buildings schedule Tameside MBC.

The barn to the West of Audenshaw Lodge. was built in the 17th century but with some 19th century alterations. English garden wall bond brick with graduated stone slate roof. Stone plinth. Opposed cart and winnowing doors  with animal accommodation possibly stabling, in the east end. Tall elliptical arched wagon entrance now blocked has gauged brick arch and brick drip mould. Similar arch to a smaller doorway in the east and with a drip mould which runs continuously over two 2 light double chamfered stone mullion windows. Gable oculi. Raised lozenge and heart decoration in brick work. Two large 19th century openings in south side. Three tiers of slit vents on each elevation. Stone plinth and steeply pitched roof. A purlin roof on collar and tie beam trusses and with struts to the principals.