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Llwyn-y-saint

A Grade II Listed Building in Llangwm, Conwy

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.9878 / 52°59'16"N

Longitude: -3.5174 / 3°31'2"W

OS Eastings: 298232

OS Northings: 344467

OS Grid: SH982444

Mapcode National: GBR 6H.HXQ2

Mapcode Global: WH66T.Y568

Entry Name: Llwyn-y-saint

Listing Date: 1 April 1998

Last Amended: 1 April 1998

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 19599

Building Class: Domestic

Location: The farm stands on high ground on a spur overlooking the valley of the Afon Ceirw. It is reached by a farm track leading up off the minor road parallel to and above the right bank of the river. The f

County: Conwy

Community: Llangwm

Community: Llangwm

Locality: Ty-nant

Traditional County: Denbighshire

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History

Built or extensively rebuilt in the C17, and further extended in the C19.

Exterior

Built of local shale rubble on large boulder foundations, with a slate roof. Two storeys, probably 2-room downhill plan in origin with gable end stacks, developed by extensions to an 'L'-plan with attached stable at upper end, and farm range at right angles at lower end. Boarded door to main living room, and 9 and 12-paned sash windows. The stable has a stable door and window to a loft over. The house is extended by 1 bay to E, probably originally an added parlour, and has an upper floor within the roof and gable stack. Nine-paned sashes. Raised gabled dormer on W side. Two stone stacks with yellow clayware pots.

Interior

The main living room has a very large fireplace, boxed in C19 boarding with a gun shelf over. Large chamfered cross beams with cut stops.

Reasons for Listing

Included as a good example of a substantial upland farmhouse of C17 origin, and of group value with the cruck barn.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Barn at Llwyn-y-saint
    The farm stands on high ground on a spur overlooking the valley of the Afon Ceirw. It is reached by
  • II Pen-yfed Farmhouse
    Pen-yfed farm lies on low ground close to a bend of the Afon Ceirw, approximately 1500m W of Dinmael
  • II Cartshed/Granary at Pen-yfed
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  • II Pont Glyn-diffwys
    The bridge is located W of Dinmael, and carries the road from the junction with the Holyhead Road ov
  • II Llwyn-dedwydd
    A major farm of the area, located on the east facing slope of Pen-y-cerrig serth, looking down on th
  • II Terraced Section of the Holyhead Road, with parapet and retaining wall
    The section of the Holyhead Road, now cut off, is near the hamlet of Dinmael, W of Pen-y-bont farm w
  • II Pont Ty-gwyn
    The bridge carries the S loop of the road to Llangwm from the A5 across the Afon Ceirw, near Ystrad-
  • II Milestone at Glyn-diffwys
    The milestone is set 1100m W of Dinmael, at the E end of the cutting, in a new position approximatel

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