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Stryt Swndwr

A Grade II Listed Building in Treuddyn, Flintshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.1207 / 53°7'14"N

Longitude: -3.1321 / 3°7'55"W

OS Eastings: 324331

OS Northings: 358767

OS Grid: SJ243587

Mapcode National: GBR 70.7FNZ

Mapcode Global: WH77C.VTPH

Entry Name: Stryt Swndwr

Listing Date: 1 April 1998

Last Amended: 1 April 1998

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 19645

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Located on the north-west side of a lane which connects Ffordd Nercwys and Ffordd Carreg-y-Llech.

County: Flintshire

Town: Mold

Community: Treuddyn

Community: Treuddyn

Traditional County: Flintshire

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History

Probably originated in C17 as single storey farmhouse with in-line shippon to the east end. Heightened and extended in the C18, and again in C19. Added storey to original house is partly set back from original building line creating an irregular and uneven facade.

Exterior

Two-storey rectangular farmhouse and associated extensions to either end. Constructed of unevenly coursed limestone under slate roofs. Central section of two-bays with central doorway. Two casement windows to ground floor, two casement windows to first floor. Brick chimney stacks to either end. To the west former shippon of single storey has been heightened to form dairy in C18. Limestone construction with kneelers under slate roof. Doorway with boarded door hung on strap hinges under segmental stone voussoir. Further voussoir to ground floor sash window, casement window to first floor. Stone milk churn stand placed between door and window. Brick chimney stack. To the gable end a single storey brick-fronted lean-to with door under slate roof from which projects a pigsty constructed of limestone with one door opening and window under a corrugated iron roof. Loft opening to the east gable end wall.

Interior

Interior unable to be inspected at time of resurvey in 1997.

Reasons for Listing

Listed for the special interest of its C17 origins and distinctive vernacular character.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Pont Terrig
    Road bridge over the River Terrig at the boundary between the Nercwys and Treuddyn Community Council areas.
  • II Plas Nant y Glyn (excluding C20 W Range)
    Located at the end of a long track to the L of a lane leading off Ffordd Nercwys to the E, at the S extremity of the community council area.
  • II Glan Terrig Farmhouse
    To the SE of Nercwys village. Situated off Ffordd Nercwys to the E facing its own farmyard.
  • II Jerusalem Chapel
    The Jerusalem Chapel is located on the north side of Ffordd-y-Rhos 100m north of its junction with Ffordd-y-Gilrhos and set back slightly from the road behind a low brick wall with piers.
  • II Former School Room at Jerusalem Chapel
    The former school room is located immediately at right angles to the Jerusalem Chapel on Ffordd-y-Rhos, and within its curtilage.
  • II Barn at Plas Ucha Farm
    Immediately to the W of the farmhouse forming the S side of the farmyard.
  • II Plas Ucha Farmhouse
    To the S of Nercwys village. Located on the S side of a lane leading off to the W at the lower end of Fordd Nercwys, and set back behind a dwarf-walled front garden.
  • II C18 Gates and Gate-Piers in the Garden at Nerquis Hall
    To the S of the House, at the end of the formal, yew-hedged lawn.

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