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Ty Uchaf

A Grade II Listed Building in Glantwymyn, Powys

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.616 / 52°36'57"N

Longitude: -3.7932 / 3°47'35"W

OS Eastings: 278688

OS Northings: 303540

OS Grid: SH786035

Mapcode National: GBR 94.8BQC

Mapcode Global: WH68F.PHWT

Entry Name: Ty Uchaf

Listing Date: 5 August 2004

Last Amended: 5 August 2004

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 83046

Location: Located on the NE side of the churchyard and reached by the same lane. The house faces S.

County: Powys

Community: Glantwymyn

Community: Glantwymyn

Locality: Llanwrin

Traditional County: Montgomeryshire

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History

Probably early C19 with late C19 alterations, and shown in its current form on the Tithe map of 1840.

Exterior

L-shaped 2-storey house, with main range and advanced wing to L. The main range is of roughly coursed random stone under a slate roof with blue brick stacks, to ridge and R-hand gable. The wing has a slightly higher ridge-line and is of rubble stone under a slate roof with yellow brick end stack. Open lean-to porch on timber posts in angle of ranges, leaning against wing; entrance leads into main range with half-glazed panelled door. Also within porch was a former doorway leading into wing; this has been blocked but retains an overlight. The windows are small-pane casements with iron glazing. To main range, 3-light window with long timber lintel to R of entrance, similar window above rising to eaves; 2-light window above entrance. The wing has similar 3-light iron windows to each storey to L of the porch. Former small window above porch, now infilled with stone. The rear of the wing bounds the churchyard; it is roughcast to the far L with a C20 top-hung window to upper storey. No openings elsewhere, but small blocked opening near ground. To the L is a further range with lower roofline, mainly roughcast and with wooden casements to L and late C20 windows to R.

Adjoining the gable end of the wing is a lower cart-shed range, which has full-width boarded doors to front. Its gable end has external stone steps leading to a planked loft door. No openings to rear which has a corrugated asbestos roof.

Interior

No access to interior at time of inspection.

Reasons for Listing

Listed as a good C19 village house retaining its character and detail, and also for group value with the Church of St Dyfrig and its entrance gateway.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Farm Range adjacent to Ty Uchaf
    Located immediately E of the house, the front aligned with the front of the house.
  • II Entrance to Church of St Dyfrig
    Entrance arch leading into E side of churchyard. The wall to the R adjoins Ty Uchaf, that to the L c
  • II* Church of St Dyfrig
    Prominently sited in a raised circular churchyard on the NW side of the village.
  • II Hen Ysgol
    Fronting the road on the S side of the village, in the angle with a narrow lane to its E.
  • II Plas Wrin
    Located at the end of a driveway running N from the road, and on the W side of the village.
  • II* Abergwydol
    Located in the Dovey valley, on the NW side of the main road, almost opposite the junction with the
  • II* Aberffrydlan
    Set down from the road close to the River Dovey, approx. 1km W of Llanwrin.
  • II Stable and cow-house at Aberffrydlan
    Located in the centre of the farmyard and facing the house.

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