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Barn at Pen-y-clawdd House, Raglan

Description: Barn at Pen-y-clawdd House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 31 January 2001
Cadw Building ID: 24718

OS Grid Coordinates: 345698, 207498
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7631, -2.7869

Location: Raglan, Usk, Monmouthshire NP5 4BW

Locality: Raglan
County: Monmouthshire
Country: Wales
Postcode: NP5 4BW

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Listing Text

Location
Prominently sited with its gable end to the road. At right-angles to, and outside the curtilage wall of Pen-y-clawdd House.

History
Range of outbuildings including small barn at Penyclawdd House, a manor house recorded back to the C14, but probably a tenanted farmhouse until remodelled as a gentry house in the mid C19 and early C20. Uncertain date but possibly c17 in origin, much remodelled.

Interior
The interior was not available at the time of inspection (November 1999

Exterior
Barn and outbuilding range, medium size, part rubble stone patched in red brick, with clay pantile single roof. Barn to left with double doors under catslide raised roof. Wall to right is brick at plinth level only, red brick above, possibly replacing timber-frame. One casement pair window. Then wall is slightly stepped but still red brick on rubble plinth. Door with timber lintel, then lower door blocked in stone. Immediately beyond, wall is all stone with straight joint. Door with some brick in jambs to extreme right, rubble stone gable end.
Barn left end has gable rebuilt in brick, added stone lean-to. Rear wall of barn is rubble stone and has centre double doors and arrow-slit vent each side. Rear left section has door and window.

Reason for Listing
Included for group value with Pen-y-clawdd House.

References
R. Baker-Gabb, The Manor of Pen-y-clawdd, in, Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists Field Club, 1912-13, pp.10-11.
Peter Smith, Houses of the Welsh Countryside
Sir Jospeh Alfred Bradney, A History of Monmouthshire from the coming of the Normans down to the present time; The hundred of Trellech, p.196 (London, 1911)

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Notes:
Prominently sited with its gable end to the road. At right-angles to, and outside the curtilage wall of Pen-y-clawdd House.

Source: Cadw

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