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Gate and gatepiers midway along S drive at Coedarhydyglyn

A Grade II Listed Building in St. Georges-super-Ely, Vale of Glamorgan

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.4666 / 51°27'59"N

Longitude: -3.2904 / 3°17'25"W

OS Eastings: 310458

OS Northings: 174965

OS Grid: ST104749

Mapcode National: GBR HS.LWK4

Mapcode Global: VH6FB.XDCL

Entry Name: Gate and gatepiers midway along S drive at Coedarhydyglyn

Location: At the entrance to the area of park and garden surrounding the house; roughly halfway along the main S drive.

County: Vale of Glamorgan

Community: St. Georges-super-Ely

Locality: Coedarhydyglyn

Traditional County: Glamorgan

Listing Date: 13 September 1994

Last Amended: 7 August 2002

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Building Class: Domestic

Source ID: 14866

History

Probably contemporary with the building of the main house c1820. The house is thought to be by Edward Haycock the elder and gates were probably also designed by him.

Exterior

Single wrought-iron gate with tall dog-bars and segmental-arched bar over. Fluted
cast-iron gate-piers with neck band and pointed caps.

Reasons for Listing

Listed as part of the original design for garden and parkland at Coedarhydyglyn, and for group value with the house.

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