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The Malt House

A Grade II Listed Building in Raglan, Monmouthshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.7655 / 51°45'55"N

Longitude: -2.8519 / 2°51'6"W

OS Eastings: 341303

OS Northings: 207762

OS Grid: SO413077

Mapcode National: GBR FD.ZWR1

Mapcode Global: VH79H.JW4H

Entry Name: The Malt House

Listing Date: 31 January 2001

Last Amended: 31 January 2001

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 24733

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Castle Street runs N from the main crossroads at Beaufort Square in Raglan towards the castle.

County: Monmouthshire

Town: Raglan

Community: Raglan (Rhaglan)

Community: Raglan

Built-Up Area: Raglan

Traditional County: Monmouthshire

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History

One of a terrace of three houses probably originally five, with later C19 domestic revival detail, small casements, red tile roofs and tiled pent roof over projecting ground floor. Possibly a remodelling of an earlier C19 range

Exterior

Terraced house, perhaps originally two 2-window houses and one single bay house, original division unclear. Whitewashed roughcast with red pantiles to roof and crested ridge tiles. Red tiled pentice roof over ground floor continuous projection. Three red brick stacks, that to left shared with Exmoor House, the other 2 on ridge. Two storeys. Five upper casement pairs just breaking eaves with catslide roofs. Ground floor projects with tiled roof. First section to left has French window and then slightly projected 4-light window with long lights
Next a long 6-bay timber-framed passage porch coming out to pavement line, with plain tiles and crested ridge tiles. Gable with open single-bay sides and diagonally-boarded door within, then 5-bay enclosed sides with shouldered-headed light.
After porch, a single light window closely right, then final section with 4-light window with long lights, slightly projected.
N end has first floor casement pair and slit window in gable. Extensive rear additions.

Interior

Interior not available for inspection at time of resurvey (December 1999)

Reasons for Listing

Listed as aprt of an unusual C19 terrace, of group value with Castell Coch, and Exmoor House.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Exmoor House
    Situated between Castle Coch and The Malthouse in terraced row on W side of Castle Street.
  • II Castell Coch
    Part of terraced row on W side of Castle Street, which runs N from Beaufort Square towards the castle.
  • II 7 Castle Street,7,Castle Street,Raglan,Raglan,,NP5 2DS
    Situated at right end of group of roughcast houses on the E side of Castle Street, just after a large late C19 red brick house.
  • II 8 Castle Street,8,Castle Street,Raglan,Raglan,,NP5 2DS
    Castle Street runs N from the main crossroads at Beaufort Square in Raglan towards the castle.
  • II The Old Post Office
    Castle Street runs N from Beaufort Square in Raglan towards the castle. No 9 on the E side is part of a single range with No 8.
  • II* Church of St Cadoc
    Situated by the principal crossroads in Raglan, in a churchyard contained within a stone wall which is entered by a C19 lychgate.
  • II Telephone Call-box
    Situated some 50m W of junction with Chepstow Road opposite Beaufort Arms Hotel.
  • II Cross in St Cadoc's Churchyard
    Located in the churchyard of St Cadoc's Church, Raglan, beneath a large yew tree SE of the porch.

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