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Llwyn Coed

A Grade II Listed Building in Llanrug, Gwynedd

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.1356 / 53°8'8"N

Longitude: -4.1571 / 4°9'25"W

OS Eastings: 255789

OS Northings: 362000

OS Grid: SH557620

Mapcode National: GBR 5N.6JN7

Mapcode Global: WH54M.3GP1

Entry Name: Llwyn Coed

Listing Date: 27 August 1999

Last Amended: 27 August 1999

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 22248

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Situated at the end of a farm track off the A 4086 in level fields with wooded rising ground behind.

County: Gwynedd

Community: Llanrug

Community: Llanrug

Locality: Pen-y-llyn

Traditional County: Caernarfonshire

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Cwm-y-glo

History

The farm is not shown on the 1839 Tithe Map and it appears to be one of several planned farmsteads established in this area by the Newborough Estate after 1850.

Exterior

Farmhouse. Simple Georgian vernacular style much favoured by the Newborough Estate for its farmhouses in the second half of the C19. 2 storeys with slightly projecting gable to left forming basic L-plan. Pebbledashed rubblestone; slate roof with reddish brown brick stacks. Gable to front has 9-paned sash window to first floor and a tripartite sash window on ground floor, the main light in 12 panes; main range has 12-paned sash window on ground floor and lean-to porch to left in angle with gable; boarded inner door; 9-paned sashes on first floor of gable end have tall integral stack between with stepped capping; similar ridge stack to left in line with porch and short external stack on left return of gable.

Interior

Interior not inspected at time of Survey (May 1999).

Reasons for Listing

Included as a largely unaltered farmhouse, forming part of the well-preserved mid-C19 small-scale planned Newborough Estate farmstead at Llwyn Coed, an important and characteristic building type in this region.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Farmbuildings and screen wall at Llwyn Coed
    Situated in their own yard a little to the north-west of the farmhouse at Llwyn Coed.
  • II Pont Penllyn (partly in Llanddeiniolen community)
    Located at the north-western end of Llyn Padarn at the point where it is fed by the Afon Rythallt; the lake and river form the community boundary between Llanberis and Llanddeiniolen.
  • II Pont Penllyn (partly in Llanberis Community)
    Located at the north-western end of Llyn Padarn at the point where it is fed by the Afon Rythallt; the lake and river form the community boundary between Llanberis and Llanddeiniolen.
  • II Groeslon
    Located in a remote upland position directly at right-angles to Ffordd Clegir to the north-west of the former Glyn-rhonwy Slate Quarry.
  • II Pant-y-Celyn
    Located on the east side of the main village street at Cwm-y-glo towards its northern end; low rubblestone wall in front with stone-on-edge coping and decorated iron gate aligned on front door.
  • II Tan-Hafotty
    Located in a remote position at the end of a track running off Ffordd Clegir to the north-west of the former Glyn-rhonwy Slate Quarry.
  • II Pen Rallt
    Located at the end of a track running downslope from the minor road between Cwm-y-glo and Bryn Bras Castle.
  • II Pen y Clogwyn
    Situated in remote upland position in rocky landscape with small fields divided by drystone walls.

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