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Cartshed-granary with attached agricultural range at Ty Wian

A Grade II Listed Building in Cylch-y-Garn, Isle of Anglesey

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.3939 / 53°23'38"N

Longitude: -4.5145 / 4°30'52"W

OS Eastings: 232900

OS Northings: 391510

OS Grid: SH329915

Mapcode National: GBR HM7Q.LV3

Mapcode Global: WH41Y.MYGJ

Entry Name: Cartshed-granary with attached agricultural range at Ty Wian

Listing Date: 27 November 2000

Last Amended: 27 November 2000

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 24425

Building Class: Agriculture and Subsistence

Location: In an isolated rural location set well back from the E side of a country road leading NW from the village of Llanfairynghornwy; c70m NNW of the Church of St Mary.

County: Isle of Anglesey

Community: Cylch-y-Garn

Community: Cylch-y-Garn

Locality: Llanfairynghornwy

Traditional County: Anglesey

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History

Mid C19 granary cartshed. Not marked on the Tithe Map of the parish of Llanfairynghornwy, 1841, although the map is poorly annotated, not all the buildings are shown and none of the agricultural buildings are recorded. Therefore it is possibly that the range was omitted from the plan. The farm was owned by Sir Richard Williams Bulkeley, who also owned the extensive neighbouring farm at Caerau. Ty Wian was itself a large farmstead of over 96 acres(38.9 hectares), the farmer Evan Thomas.

Exterior

A two storey cartshed-granary with 1-storey agricultural range attached in line. Rubble walls with slobbered mortar; recessed rubble voussoir arches with dripcourse. Slate roof with simple ridge. Two wide cart doors to main (N) elevation (with modern doors) with two granary windows above; 3-panes to the upper part with shutters to the lower. Stone staircase to L (W) gable end, with flights leading down both sides of the gable; wide boarded door to granary. The single storey range attached to the R (W) gable has a single pitch slate roof, with a narrow window to L and a ventilation slit to R; there is a door in the R (W) end wall. Modern corrugated iron shed attached to R.

Reasons for Listing

Listed as a good mid C19 vernacular cartshed-granary range, located on the approach to the farmhouse Ty Wian, and with which it forms a group.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Ty Wian with attached servants quarters
    In an isolated rural location set well back from the E side of a country road leading NW from the village of Llanfairynghornwy; c70m NNW of the Church of St Mary.
  • II Old Rectory
    Set back, within private grounds, from the NE side of the country road leading through the village of Llanfairynghornwy; the Old Rectory is located c75m NW of the Church of St Mary at the SE end of th
  • I Church of St Mary
    Reached by a trackway and set back, within a sub-rectangular churchyard, from the NW side of the road at the SE end of the village of Llanfairynghornwy.
  • II Lychgate at Church of St Mary
    Reached by a trackway and at the entrance to the churchyard of the Church of St Mary, set back from the NW side of the road at the SE end of the village of Llanfairynghornwy.
  • II Stable with servants quarters at Caerau
    Located at the N side of the trackway leading to Caerau. The house is set back from the W side of a country road c750m NW of the Church of St Mary at Llanfairynghornwy; the stables are located c80m N
  • II Gatepiers to south courtyard at Caerau
    Located along the SW wall of the S courtyard of the house at Caerau. The house is set back from the W side of a country road c750m NW of the Church of St Mary at Llanfairynghornwy.
  • II* Caerau
    In an isolated rural location set back from the W side of the country road between Llanfairynghornwy and Cemlyn; c750m NW of the Church of St Mary at Llanfairynghornwy.
  • II Farmhouse at Plas Cemlyn with curved walling to north and wall incorporating goose pens to south
    Set back from the S side of the country road running along the N coast of the island at Cemlyn Bay. The farmstead at Plas Cemlyn is located c1km SE of the Church of St Rhywydrys.

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