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Upper Cwm Farmhouse, Llanrothal

Description: Upper Cwm Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 3 July 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 153952

OS Grid Reference: SO4943117368
OS Grid Coordinates: 349431, 217368
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8526, -2.7356

Location: Llanrothal, County of Herefordshire NP25 5RW

Locality: Llanrothal
County: Herefordshire
Country: England
Postcode: NP25 5RW

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Listing Text


4/158 Upper Cwm Farmhouse


Farmhouse. C16, altered and enlarged C18 and late C19, altered C20.
Part timber-framed rear wing with some wattle-and-daub infill remaining,
C20 weatherboarding and further C20 cladding, sandstone rubble plinth,
painted rubble to main house, slate roofs. L-shaped plan extending to
south and east, main front facing west, large stack at junction of L
and further external stack to south gable, central entrance to main
west front. Two storeys with string course to right (south) gable of
entrance, two windows, 2-light casements to right and 2-light C20
casement and 4-light casement window below with cambered heads to left
of slightly recessed doorway, partly-glazed door. Steps up to further
doorway on first floor to left with cambered head, ledged door; access
to former granary. Blocked 2-light and 3-light stone mullioned windows
to ground floor at rear. Interior: Tudor arched headed doorway through
to rear wing with stud and plank panelled screen, large open fireplace.
Probably associated with establishment of Jesuit mission in the area
in 1622.

Listing NGR: SO4943117368

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Source: English Heritage

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