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Latitude: 52.824 / 52°49'26"N
Longitude: -4.5043 / 4°30'15"W
OS Eastings: 231360
OS Northings: 328098
OS Grid: SH313280
Mapcode National: GBR 56.V49L
Mapcode Global: WH44V.S89X
Entry Name: The Lodge at Haulfryn
Listing Date: 1 April 1998
Last Amended: 1 April 1998
Source ID: 19638
Building Class: Domestic
Location: Situated just behind Stryd Fawr, Abersoch, at foot of drive to Haulfryn.
Built-Up Area: Abersoch
Traditional County: Caernarfonshire
Lodge to Haulfryn, the house built in 1911 for F C Minoprio of Liverpool, as a holiday residence. The lodge is marked on the 1918 O.S. map.
Lodge house in Arts and Crafts style; pebble-dashed with hipped roof of pale grey slates and pebbledashed tall stacks with stone corbels under caps. One storey and attic, asymmetrical elevations on roughly square plan. Small-paned windows set near-flush with wall-face and flat capped leaded dormers. S front has roof swept down low to right, carried on long timber beam over recessed half-glazed door and small-paned window. Beam is carried from stone corbel on right end wall to canted bay to left, with casements. Above, on roof slope, is long 6-light dormer. To left of outswept roof is a tall chimney asymmetrically rising from right half of a gable, the left half with casement pair at eaves level. Ground floor door and joined triple casement. E side has centre 3-light dormer and two-storey canted bay window with flat coped parapet rising through eaves to right. Bay has single casements to sides, double to front. Door to ground floor centre with window left. Roof is carried down over lean-to on N with 2 tall stacks on roof slope. Triple casement in lean-to E end wall. Long dormer on roof slope.
Included as part of the early C20 small estate group at Haulfryn, and as a well-handled Arts and Crafts house.
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