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Farm building at Gribin

A Grade II Listed Building in Glantwymyn, Powys

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.6405 / 52°38'25"N

Longitude: -3.7009 / 3°42'3"W

OS Eastings: 285005

OS Northings: 306107

OS Grid: SH850061

Mapcode National: GBR 98.6PH3

Mapcode Global: WH689.3WYM

Entry Name: Farm building at Gribin

Listing Date: 5 August 2004

Last Amended: 5 August 2004

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 83015

Location: Located immediately S of the farmhouse.

County: Powys

Community: Glantwymyn

Community: Glantwymyn

Locality: Cemmaes

Traditional County: Montgomeryshire

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History

C17-18; originally timber-framed with box-panelling. The outer walls were at least partially rebuilt in rubble stone and a hipped roof added. The range is now partly clad in corrugated iron sheeting with a mid-C20 lean-to on the front. Shown on theTithe Map of 1841.

Exterior

Five-bay farm range with some rubble stonework surviving to the S and NW. Hipped roof, the S pitch covered with old slates, but covered elsewhere with corrugated iron sheeting. The W side is mainly of corrugated iron sheeting, with a planked door to L and split doors towards centre. The N end is of corrugated iron sheeting on a breeze block plinth. S end (seen from interior) is of stone with a loft hatch and 2 small openings to lower storey. Against the E front is a full-length full-height breeze block lean-to with corrugated metal roof; it is 3-door with split or planked doors.

Interior

Five-bay interior with good timberwork, pegged and with carpenter's marks. Tie-beam trusses with diagonal struts, the tie-beams supported by short braces attached to the wall posts. To the central bay are vertical posts beneath the tie beams, possibly connected with former partitions. Some box panelling of the original E wall survives inside the lean-to, the panels now open. The hipped roof was added later, the ridges of the 2nd and 5th trusses supported by raked unworked timber posts.

Reasons for Listing

Listed for its well-preserved timber-framing, notwithstanding alterations to the exterior. Group value with Gribin farmhouse.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Gribin
    Located approximately 1.1km NE of Cemmaes village, and reached by narrow lanes running E from its centre.
  • II Glan-afon
    Located immediately N of the churchyard, and reached from a driveway which curves round from the N leading to a parking area. A small stone range containing a stable is immediately to the W of the ho
  • II Pont Aberhiriarth
    The bridge carries the A470 over a stream, mid-way between Cwm Llinau and Cemmaes.
  • II Church of St Tydecho
    Set in a roughly circular churchyard at the N end of the village.
  • II Gorffwysfa including attached railings
    Set back slightly from the main road and immediately S of the entrance to the churchyard.
  • II Brithonfa
    Set back from the main road 0.4km S of the church, its S gable end bordering a narrow lane.
  • II War Memorial
    Bordering the main road and in front of the former school house.
  • II Bryn Hyfryd
    Part of a terrace of cottages fronting the road, towards the S end of Cemmaes village.

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