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Latitude: 52.0852 / 52°5'6"N
Longitude: -4.6599 / 4°39'35"W
OS Eastings: 217851
OS Northings: 246318
OS Grid: SN178463
Mapcode National: GBR CZ.BYL4
Mapcode Global: VH2MP.5VVC
Entry Name: ,18,Pendre,Cardigan,Cardigan,,SA43 1JT
Listing Date: 19 May 2000
Last Amended: 19 May 2000
Source ID: 23312
Building Class: Domestic
Location: Located on the W side of Pendre, on end of terrace. Occupies corner site, at junction with Bath House Road.
Community: Cardigan (Aberteifi)
Built-Up Area: Cardigan
Traditional County: Cardiganshire
Mid-later C18, remodelled c1900 with the addition (or replacement) of a shopfront, and a rear wing. Grocer's shop in 1920, kept by John Daniel Davies.
Painted roughcast elevations. Slate roof. Plain timber eaves and bargeboards. Broad rubble chimney stack to left gable, much rebuilt in brick. Rear wing has brick ridge chimney to left of centre. Main front faces Pendre. Two bays and two storeys plus attic. Ground floor timber painted shopfront with doorway to left and wide window to right, both flanked by pilasters which terminate in paired brackets. Moulded cornice. Two large lights to shop window, with moulded central glazing bar. First floor has c1900 two-pane sashes in narrow C18 openings, offset to right. Broad centre attic gable with similar sash. Gable end has two-pane sash to each floor to left. Two storey rear wing is slightly stepped forward, with four-panelled door having plain overlight; two-paned sash window above. S elevation of rear wing of three bays. Ground floor has boarded door to left with plain overlight. Off-centre wide two-light window with six-over-one sashes, to right is narrow four-over-one sash window. First floor off-centre window of two lights with six-over -one sashes. To left of wing is small single storey outbuilding, slightly stepped forward, with boarded shutter to window.
Front block retains two C18 roof trusses (but rest of roof structure dates from c1900). Shop area retains two wooden columns from early C20 remodelling. Rear ground floor room of front block has fireplace and wooden stair; front block has some broad-boarded doors. The rear of the building dates from c1900 with contemporary doors and fireplaces.
Listed for special interest of C18 front block which retains part of original roof structure and window openings.
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