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A Grade II Listed Building in Llanfachraeth, Isle of Anglesey

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Latitude: 53.3214 / 53°19'17"N

Longitude: -4.511 / 4°30'39"W

OS Eastings: 232846

OS Northings: 383438

OS Grid: SH328834

Mapcode National: GBR HM7X.NFN

Mapcode Global: WH42B.PS33

Entry Name: Tyn-y-maen

Listing Date: 19 December 2000

Last Amended: 19 December 2000

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 24467

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Located 1.5 km ENE of the church of St Machraeth, on the S side of a minor road, near Tyn-y-maen Chapel.

County: Isle of Anglesey

Town: Holyhead

Community: Llanfachraeth

Community: Llanfachraeth

Locality: Llanfigael

Traditional County: Anglesey

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Late C18 or early C19 farmhouse with attached stable range. Recorded in the 1841 census returns for the parish, and listed in the Tithe schedule of 1845 as belonging to Margaret Hughes Esq.


A 2-storey, 2-window farmhouse with attached stable and servant's loft in-line to L, and lean-to shed to R. Pebbledash rendered walls, slate roof with interlocking ridge tiles and slate gable copings. Gable end chimneys to house, that to the L larger, with gable end chimney to servant's quarters. The house has a central boarded door flanked by 4-pane sash windows with slightly cambered heads. 6-pane sash windows below eaves to 1st floor. Mixed fenestration to rear elevation, including 4-pane sash stair window to centre. Former privy with lean-to asbestos roof attached to rear wall L end. The former stable to L has a boarded door to R and shuttered window to L; external stone staircase to servant's loft above.


The interior was not inspected at the time of the survey.

Reasons for Listing

Listed as a good and largely unaltered traditional Anglesey farmhouse of the late C18 or early C19, with a stable and servant's quarters included in the same range.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Cowhouse-stable range, Tyn-y-maen
    Located 1.5 km ENE of the church of St Machraeth, on the S side of a minor road, near Tyn-y-maen Chapel. The range is immediately S of the farmhouse.
  • II Cornbarn Range, Tyn-y-Maen
    Located 1.5 km ENE of the church of St Machraeth, on the S side of a minor road, near Tyn-y-maen Chapel. The range lies parallel to the road, c 50m N of the farmhouse.
  • II Plas Llanfigael
    Set back from the E side of a country road within the hamlet of Llanfigael; c 30m NE of the church of St Figael and c 1.5km ESE of the church of St Machraeth.
  • II Church of St Figael
    Set within a walled churchyard at the E side of a country road in the hamlet of Llanfigael; c 1.5km ESE of the church of St Machraeth.
  • II Bodloigan
    Located c 3km N of Bodedern, along a short farm track on the N side of a minor road.
  • II Llynon Hall
    Set back, within private grounds, from the W side of the country road between Bodedern and Llanrhyddlad; the hall is located c1.25km SW of the Church of St Marcellus and St Marcellinus in the village
  • II Stable-cartshed with servant's loft, Dronwy
    Dronwy is reached via a track leading N from Pont Dronwy, c 800m N of the church of St Machraeth. The stable block is located immediately E of the house.
  • II Wall, railings and gates, Capel Abarim
    Located along the front (E) boundary of the grounds of Capel Abarim. Along the W side of the A5025 towards the N end of the village of Llanfachraeth.

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