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Five bay Barn and attached Byre to far SW of Penhow Castle

A Grade II Listed Building in Penhow, Newport

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.613 / 51°36'46"N

Longitude: -2.8362 / 2°50'10"W

OS Eastings: 342197

OS Northings: 190792

OS Grid: ST421907

Mapcode National: GBR JD.9P8V

Mapcode Global: VH7B8.SQHC

Entry Name: Five bay Barn and attached Byre to far SW of Penhow Castle

Listing Date: 19 December 1995

Last Amended: 19 December 1995

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 17080

Building Class: Agriculture and Subsistence

Location: The S range of a group of farm buildings located at the W corner of the driveway leading to Penhow Castle, enclosing a cobbled yard on E side with low rubble wall with cock and hen coping.Castle from

County: Newport

Community: Penhow (Pen-hw)

Community: Penhow

Locality: Penhow Castle

Traditional County: Monmouthshire

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Exterior

Earlier C19 five bay barn of two storeys, constructed of random rubble with pantiled roof. Pair of full height timber doors in bay 3. Ventilation slot to ground floor of E end. Single storey cartshed at W end, also with pantiled roof. Stepped down to the E is a 3 bay, open fronted, gabled byre, open on the N side with wall plate supported on conical rubblestone piers. E gable with high set, rectangular opening with boarded shutter. Corrugated iron roof with lean-to front. Later opening at W end of S elevation.

Reasons for Listing

Included for group value with Penhow Castle and its associated listed farm buildings.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Stable Block to far SW of Penhow Castle
    The middle range of a group of farm buildings located at the W corner of the driveway leading to Penhow Castle, enclosing a cobbled yard on E side with low rubble wall with cock and hen coping.
  • II L-shaped Byre Range to far SW of Penhow Castle
    The middle range of a group of farm buildings located at the W corner of the driveway leading to Penhow Castle, enclosing a cobbled yard.
  • II L-shaped Byre Range to SW of Penhow Castle
    Part of a "U" shaped farmyard group together with the Barn, located to the N side of the driveway leading to Penhow Castle from A48, Newport/Chepstow Road.
  • II Barn to SW of Penhow Castle
    Part of a "U" shaped farmyard group together with the "L"shaped range, located to the N side of the driveway leading to Penhow Castle from A48, Newport/Chepstow Road.
  • II* Penhow Castle
    Set high on a hilltop above the Newport to Chepstow road. In its own grounds beyond the Parish Church and reached by drive with relocated stone gatepiers and distinctive ball finials.
  • II Parish Church of St John the Baptist
    Located immediately to the SE of Penhow Castle, reached via a long track leading S from the A48, enclosed by a low rubble wall.
  • II The Rock and Fountain Inn PH
    To NE of Penhow Castle. At a splayed angle to the main road immediately W of the junction with the by-road to Llanvaches on the boundaries of the Community and District Council areas.
  • II Former Stables to The Rock and Fountain Inn PH
    Located to the NE of Penhow Castle immediately to the E of The Rock and Fountain Inn. At a splayed angle to the main road at the junction with the by road to Llanvaches on the boundaries of the Commu

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