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U- shaped Farmyard Ranges at Llay Hall Farm

A Grade II Listed Building in Llay, Wrexham

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.0944 / 53°5'39"N

Longitude: -3.0085 / 3°0'30"W

OS Eastings: 332563

OS Northings: 355716

OS Grid: SJ325557

Mapcode National: GBR 75.91QC

Mapcode Global: WH88R.RHL4

Entry Name: U- shaped Farmyard Ranges at Llay Hall Farm

Listing Date: 3 June 1996

Last Amended: 3 June 1996

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 17706

Building Class: Agriculture and Subsistence

Location: Reached from a farm track running S off the B5102, situated immediately to the W of Llay Hall Farm

County: Wrexham

Community: Llay (Llai)

Community: Llay

Traditional County: Denbighshire

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History

Mid C19 farmyard ranges serving Llay Hall Farm replacing a range of timber-framed farmbuildings shown, approximately on the site of the present buildings, in an engraving of 1794.

Exterior

U-shaped range of 2-storey red brick barns with slate roofs, all-round brick band course and a dentil eaves cornice. High camber-headed cart entrance into the yard with keystone and brick voussoirs. The elevations facing the yard have camber-headed windows and boarded loft doors; some openings remodelled in C20. The upper floor has both diamond and diaper pattern ventilation holes and the gable ends of the end ranges have doveboxes and ledges. Interiors not inspected at time of 1995 survey.

Reasons for Listing

Included for group value with Llay Hall Farm.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Llay Hall Farm
    Situated at the end of a farm track running S off the B5102, partially surrounded by the remains of a moat.
  • II Pavilion at Llay Miners Welfare Institute
    Situated on the N edge of the village immediately beyond the bowling greens at the rear of the Miners Welfare Institute. Playing fields behind.
  • II Llay Miners Welfare Institute
    Situated on the N edge of the village facing diagonally across the junction between B5120 and B5425. Semicircular forecourt with contemporary railings and boundary wall.
  • II Former Llay Hall Colliery Washery Building
    Located in the group of former Llay Hall Colliery buildings in use as an industrial estate east of Mold Road. The former washery is a large building converted to industrial workshops at the south-east
  • II Former Llay Hall Collery Engine House
    Located in the group of former Llay Hall colliery buildings in use as an industrial estate east of Mold Road. The engine house is a large building at the middle of the group with a smaller wing attac
  • II Former Llay Hall Colliery Workshops
    Located in the group of former Llay Hall Colliery buildings inuse as an industrial estate east of Mold Road. The workshops are on the north side of the complex and are in use as stores.
  • II Former Llay Hall Colliery Chimney and Flue
    Located in the group of former Llay Hall Colliery buildings in use as an industrial estate east of Mold Road. The chimney is high on the slope to the west of the site, close to Mold Road.
  • II Rock Cottage
    Above the road as it goes downhill towards the River Alyn at Cefn y Bedd.

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