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Latitude: 51.9039 / 51°54'13"N
Longitude: -3.2773 / 3°16'38"W
OS Eastings: 312217
OS Northings: 223587
OS Grid: SO122235
Mapcode National: GBR YT.QCP1
Mapcode Global: VH6C7.4DRT
Entry Name: Llansantffraed House
Listing Date: 17 December 1998
Last Amended: 17 December 1998
Source ID: 21167
Building Class: Domestic
Location: In a dominating position adjacent to Llansantffraed church, above the main road between Abergavenny and Brecon, overlooking the River Usk.
Traditional County: Brecknockshire
Probably C18 origin substantially altered and enlarged C19 by 2 cross wings and new frontage. Appears L shaped on tithe map 1841. In C19 owned by the Crawshay family.
A medium-sized country house, an early Gothic Revival remodelling of a Georgian house; double pile plan. Of rendered and colourwashed stone with Welsh slate roof; dressed stone ridge stacks with cornices, axial stack to rear. Main frontage of 5 bays each with a gabled roof, overhanging eaves with decorative bargeboards, the 3 to the centre, representing the remodelling of the earlier core, narrower, and the two outer projecting. Central range has 2/2 pane horned sashes to first floor and deep cross-framed windows to ground floor either side of a steep pitched gabled porch with decorative bargeboards and arched doorway; side bays to the cross wings have cross-framed windows to both floors, 3 light above and 4 light to ground floor. Side elevation facing drive has similar central gable. Rear elevation shows the building history with the central section retaining 6/6, 8/8, pane sashes some renewed and a 9 pane hopper.
Interior remodelled, retains some 6 panelled doors with moulded surrounds, some shutters, some later boarded dado panelling.
Listed as a prominently sited C18 / C19 country house with an interesting building history comparable to that of the nearby Old Rectory.
Group value with the Church of St Ffraed and its listed churchyard monuments.
Other nearby listed buildings