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Out-kitchen and pigsty at Groes Las

A Grade II Listed Building in Llanfair, Gwynedd

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.8469 / 52°50'48"N

Longitude: -4.1137 / 4°6'49"W

OS Eastings: 257751

OS Northings: 329798

OS Grid: SH577297

Mapcode National: GBR 5Q.SP65

Mapcode Global: WH55Z.SP9X

Entry Name: Out-kitchen and pigsty at Groes Las

Listing Date: 24 October 2003

Last Amended: 24 October 2003

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 81853

Building Class: Agriculture and Subsistence

Location: At the S end of the farmyard enclosure at Groes Las.

County: Gwynedd

Community: Llanfair

Community: Llanfair

Built-Up Area: Harlech

Traditional County: Merionethshire

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History

The building is dated 1838.

Exterior

Probably built as an outside kitchen, perhaps incorporating the pigsty from the outset. Single storeyed, built against the slope. Rubble walls and random slate roof with boulder copings to gables. Stack on lower gable. Doorway towards centre with date on lintel and initials D.P.G. Tiny window to its right. Pigsty occupies the left hand section, and is accessed at a higher level via a doorway in the upper gable end. The rough remains of an enclosed yard adjoin the building.

Interior

Fireplace with oven alongside at gable end. Crude pegged collar-beam truss partly under-built by a rough stone wall, separating kitchen from pigsty at the higher level. The wall appears to be inserted, but the internal division may have been in place from the outset.

Reasons for Listing

Listed as a dated out-kitchen/pigsty, a significant component of the well-preserved and exceptionally intact traditional farmstead group at Groes las.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Farm-buildings at Groes Las
    Towards the centre of the farmyard enclosure at Groes Las.
  • II Groes Las
    c 75km N of Llanfair, on the R hand side of the minor road to Harlech which runs to the E of, and parallel to, the A496. The house is separated from the farmyard by a roughly walled garden enclosure.
  • II Small animal shed at Groes Las
    Alongside the cowshed, at right angles to it and built against rising ground.
  • II Tan y Buarth and Prysg
    Set alongside the W side of the road leading up the hill N out of the village of Llanfair; just to N of the turn off to the Pant-yr-onnen estate.
  • II Pencerrig Pellaf
    Located towards the southern boundary of the town, sited below the lane with commanding views across the Morfa; accessed via a short track from the lane and set behind low rubble forecourt walls.
  • II Hammel at Llandanwg
    Set at the NNW side of the road leading SW off the A496 to Llandanwg; the barn is close to the junction with the A496 and directly NE of an associated barn.
  • II Barn at Llandanwg
    Set at the NNW side of the road leading SW off the A496 to Llandanwg; the barn is close to the junction with the A496 and directly SW of an associated hammel.
  • II Ty Mawr
    Set at the NE side of the main road through the village of Llanfair which forms a loop off the A496. Ty Mawr is to L of the entrance to the Church of St Mary.

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