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Cruck range attached to Blaen-y-cwm farmhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Llangynog, Powys

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.8312 / 52°49'52"N

Longitude: -3.4601 / 3°27'36"W

OS Eastings: 301728

OS Northings: 326968

OS Grid: SJ017269

Mapcode National: GBR 6L.TL0L

Mapcode Global: WH67M.T3JB

Entry Name: Cruck range attached to Blaen-y-cwm farmhouse

Listing Date: 23 May 2003

Last Amended: 23 May 2003

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 81048

Building Class: Agriculture and Subsistence

Location: Attached to the west side of the projecting wing of Blaen-y-cwm farmhouse.

County: Powys

Community: Llangynog (LLangynog)

Community: Llangynog

Locality: Cwm Pennant

Traditional County: Montgomeryshire

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History

A C16/17 cruck range, possibly contemporary with or shortly after the early south-extending range of Blaen-y-cwm farmhouse. Its history appears to be that it was a cruck building, subsequently given stone external walls and a box-framed replacement truss, then re-roofed in small (C18?) slates. A tall gable relating to a former steeper roof pitch remains at the left end.

Exterior

A stone range of probably multi-purpose agricultural buildings in uncoursed quasi-rubble and with a slate roof. Two pigsties with monopitch roof form a low forward wing at the left, backing against the farmyard wall.

The main range has a small window at left overlooking the pigsties; adjacent boarded door; raised door over a stone landing with steps. At the right is another boarded door adjacent to the house. Three small rooflights have been inserted.

Interior

A five-bay interior, with one box-framed partition and three remaining cruck frames.

Reasons for Listing

A fine agricultural range with substantial cruck framing, listed also for group value with the farmhouse.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Blaen-y-Cwm
    In a small farmyard at the end of the Pennant road, about 800 m north-west of the church of St Melangell, and above and to north-west of the modern Blaen-y-cwm house. Adjacent agricultural ranges sepa
  • II Agricultural range east of Blaen-y-cwm farmhouse
    Detached to the east side of the farmhouse, on a raised platform with rubble stone retaining wall.
  • II Tyn-y-Cablyd
    At end of minor road which leads from Llangynog to Pennant Melangell. About 800m north-west of the church of St Melangell, across stream south-west of the modern farmhouse.
  • II Old Nant-ewyn cottage with pigsties and privy
    To side of the present Nant-ewyn cottage, about 100 m north-west of Pennant Melangell church.
  • I Church of St Melangell
    In the upper part of Cwm Pennant, close to the confluence of Cwm Nant-ewyn. Preaching cross shaft in churchyard, reused as sundial pillar. Stone churchyard wall with lychgate and stile.
  • II Lychgate of St Melangell's Church
    At the south of the churchyard of St Melangell's church, Pennant Melangell. Stile at west side.
  • II Llechwedd-y-garth
    At the north-east side of Cwm Pennant, 1 km east of St Melangell's church. Long private drive to house from Llangynog.

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