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Farm range on the NE side of the farmyard at Glanmachlas

A Grade II Listed Building in Llanegryn, Gwynedd

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.6337 / 52°38'1"N

Longitude: -4.0496 / 4°2'58"W

OS Eastings: 261391

OS Northings: 305967

OS Grid: SH613059

Mapcode National: GBR 8T.71LF

Mapcode Global: WH575.R2T8

Entry Name: Farm range on the NE side of the farmyard at Glanmachlas

Listing Date: 26 July 2000

Last Amended: 26 July 2000

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 23792

Building Class: Agriculture and Subsistence

Location: Glanmachlas lies on the road outside the NE boundary wall of the Peniarth Estate. The farmyard, behind the house, is in the form of a long rectangle, with a long range on each side, and the large bar

County: Gwynedd

Community: Llanegryn

Community: Llanegryn

Traditional County: Merionethshire

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History

The NE range consists of an earlier farm building nearest the house, probably of late C17-early C18 origin, remodelled in the mid C19 by the Peniarth Estate when a 4-bay carthouse at the further end, with loft over, was attached. The latter was later converted to a cowhouse.

Exterior

The earlier building is constructed of rubble on outsetting boulder footings, slate roof. It has a series of door openings and ventilation windows, and at the further end, a pitching door under a raking roof to a loft. The building was refurbished and incorporated into the new farmstead layout in the mid C19. The C19 extension of this range has 18-in brick segmental arches over four wide cart openings, each arch having a rustic keystone. Above, four pitching doors to the loft, each set in a small gable. External steps to the loft at the far end.

Reasons for Listing

Included as part of the extensive mid C19 farmstead built by the Peniarth Estate, incorporating a small earlier farm building which may have dictated the alignment of the new layout.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II SE range of farm buildings around the large farmyard at Glanmachlas
    Glanmachlas is a Peniarth Estate farm, immediately outside the NE estate boundary wall. The range forms the SE side of the elongated farmyard behind the house.
  • II Barn in the farmyard at Glanmachlas
    The barn forms a focus across the far end of the extensive farmyard at Glanmachlas.
  • II Glanmachlas
    The farmhouse stands near the road from Llanegryn to Abergynolwyn, on the NE side of Peniarth Estate boundary wall. The farmyard lies at the rear of the house.
  • II Cemaes
    The house stands above the road from the village to Abergynolwyn, E of Glanmachlas.
  • II Service yard range of buildings at Peniarth
    The large service yard stands immediately to the rear, NW, of the house. The range of buildings lines the NNE side, facing over the yard.
  • II The Clock House
    The building is within the grounds of Peniarth, approximately 20m M of the house, facing out over the lawns to the SE.
  • II* Peniarth
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  • II Brewery/Laundry range at Peniarth
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