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Description: Farmbuildings North West of Bryncalled Farmhouse
Date Listed: 11 July 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 257331
OS Grid Reference: SO3324876250
OS Grid Coordinates: 333248, 276250
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3802, -2.9821
The following buildings shall be included:
SO 37 NW CLUN Bryncalled Farm,
10/197 Farmbuildings to
Range of farmbuildings, c1790. Coursed slatestone rubble and
weatherboard over timber frame; gabled Welsh slate roofs, partly
roofed in corrugated iron. South-facing U-plan. 2 storeys.
Range to west has, from south, 2-bay granary with stone steps to
left, 2-bay cartshed with double entry to ground floor, and 5-
bay barn with plank double doors; plank loft doors to rear (west)
elevation. North cowhouse range has 2-storey, 3-bay range to
west with plank doors, and one-window range with plank doors
rebuilt in mid C19; fodder room projection to north. Short wall
connected to east range, which has 3-bay shelter shed with wood
posts on padstones to north of 2-storey stable/cowhouse which has
stone steps to loft and plank stable and 10ft doors. Interior:
late C18 king-post and side-strut roofs; barn has loft floors and
framed partitions flanking threshing floor, with plank doors set
in weatherboard partitions to ground-floor rooms; late C18
cowhouse to west of north range has transverse passage between
stalls, and mid C19 cowhouse to east has feeding passage and
fodder room to rear of stalls; stable/cowhouse range has feeding
rack against north wall and feeding passage to rear of stalls to
south. A well-preserved example of a late C18 U-plan layout,
which once served a 300-acre farm.
Listing NGR: SO3324876250
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