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Latitude: 52.6924 / 52°41'32"N
Longitude: -3.5243 / 3°31'27"W
OS Eastings: 297073
OS Northings: 311619
OS Grid: SH970116
Mapcode National: GBR 9H.3JXV
Mapcode Global: WH685.TLY8
Entry Name: West Range of Farmyard Buildings at Maesllymystyn with Coach-house, Stable, Haybarn and Granary
Listing Date: 31 December 2002
Last Amended: 31 December 2002
Source ID: 80806
Location: At the north-west side of the farmyard about 50m south of Maesllymystyn.
Traditional County: Montgomeryshire
A collection of attached buildings forming part of a set of C19 farm buildings associated with
Maesllymystyn Hall, later worked from Maesllymystyn farmhouse. It appears to have started as a
coach-house with accommodation over, extended later to the north to provide a cattle shelter on the west
side of the midden yard, and later further extended to provide hay and grain storage and an additional
The coach-house is of two storeys, part stone and part brick, with slate roof. The north side has an
exterior staircase. Two mullion windows in each gable end; stone lintels and sills. Large doors to east.
The range consisting of a cattle shelter forms the (north-)west side of a square yard centred on a midden.
This is in two parts, of four and two bays respectively, open to the front with the roof carried on cast
iron columns. The trusses are a good example of late C19 mixed timber and wrought iron construction.
The rear wing forming an open-fronted hay barn faces north. Seven bays, stone piers; the last two bay at
the west have been converted to a granary.
At the north end of the cattle shelter is a small stable, stone irregularly coursed, hipped roof.
Symmetrical front to east; barred windows, central door with hatch over. Small catslide extension at rear.
A coach-house related to an adjacent stable range, later extended with a cattle shelter of interesting
construction forming part of a planned farmyard and other attached buildings; listed for group value
with Maesllymystyn farmhouse and the other farmbuildings and constituting an exceptionally good estate
Other nearby listed buildings