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Latitude: 51.7454 / 51°44'43"N
Longitude: -2.7876 / 2°47'15"W
OS Eastings: 345718
OS Northings: 205487
OS Grid: SO457054
Mapcode National: GBR JG.19HL
Mapcode Global: VH79Q.MDN9
Entry Name: Church Farmhouse
Listing Date: 19 November 1953
Last Amended: 31 January 2001
Source ID: 2096
Building Class: Domestic
Location: Situated at right angles to the road through Llangoven and on the opposite side of the road from the parish church of St Govan.
Community: Raglan (Rhaglan)
Traditional County: Monmouthshire
C16 farmhouse extended c1600. Originally two-room plan with attic, said by Fox & Raglan to have been extended by addition of a cross passage and third room. A detached outside kitchen also of c1600 is now part of the outbuilding separately listed).
Farmhouse, whitewashed rubble stone with slate roof and red brick rebuilt stacks to ridge and W end. Original house to right of ridge stack. Two storeys and loft. N front has first floor triple casement to left and tiny loop and casement pair to right. Ground floor casement pair and oak Tudor-arched door in rectangular frame to left, triple casement and casement pair right. Stone sills. W end wall has first floor casement pair with brick head and small loft light.
Rear S has stone wall-face stack to added right section. Two first floor casement pairs to older part to left, and one longer casement pair right. Ground floor right has chamfered stone four-centred arched doorway with ogee stops. Two casement pair windows to left. The photograph in Fox & Raglan shows the older windows, triple casement to first floor right, and ground floor left of centre, door in pent-roofed porch.
Plan in Fox & Raglan shows stair by the fireplace in the original part and oak-frame to original end door, now into added cross-passage. In added third room a door with shaped head to centre of a post-and-panel screen, and beams with stepped hollow stops to chamfers. Fireplace on S side wall. Roof trusses in original part said to have queen posts. Notched collar-trusses to roof of addition. Interior not available at the time of inspection (December 1999).
Included as a C16 farmhouse extended c1600 with surviving features including 2 Tudor-arched external doorways. Of group value with the outbuilding behind, the former outside kitchen.
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