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Barn and cow house at Tyncoed

A Grade II Listed Building in Disserth and Trecoed, Powys

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.1877 / 52°11'15"N

Longitude: -3.4127 / 3°24'45"W

OS Eastings: 303517

OS Northings: 255324

OS Grid: SO035553

Mapcode National: GBR YN.483Z

Mapcode Global: VH69S.S8PR

Entry Name: Barn and cow house at Tyncoed

Listing Date: 29 November 2004

Last Amended: 29 November 2004

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 83344

Location: On the E side of the farmhouse

County: Powys

Community: Disserth and Trecoed (Dyserth a Thre-coed)

Community: Disserth and Trecoed

Locality: Tyncoed

Traditional County: Radnorshire

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History

An C18 barn, probably contemporary with the house, which had a hipped roof. The barn was heightened in the C19 by adding another tier of framing. The cow house on the S side is late C19 but replaced an earlier structure shown on the Tithe map. A stable that stood in-line on the W side of the barn was demolished in the 1970s.

Exterior

A barn with cow house at R angles, forming an L-shaped plan. The timber-framed barn has weatherboarded S (facing the yard) and E walls, corrugated iron N wall, and is open on the W side where the stable was formerly attached. It has a slate roof, hipped to the R (E). Facing the yard, the wagon bay retains one of its C19 split boarded doors with strap hinges. The opposite side retains one door and part of the other. The lofted cow house is on the S side, and faces a pitched-stone cattle ramp on the W (farmyard) side. It is brick with blue-brick dressings and quoins, and slate roof. Openings have segmental heads. It has 6 doorways, mostly with split boarded doors. They open to, from the L end, cow stalls, a byng, 2 doors to cow stalls, a byng and a bull shed. Between the windows are 4 wood-framed windows, 3 of which retain wooden vents. There are 2 segmental loft openings, of which the L-hand is beneath a gablet. The gable end has a single boarded door, possibly to a calf cot. The rear has a continuous outshut housing calf pens, with 4 windows incorporating vents.

Interior

The barn has a 5-bay roof of tie beams and raking struts, above which are the principals added when the barn was heightened. The threshing floor retains flagstones.

Reasons for Listing

Listed for its special architectural interest as a farm building retaining definite C19 character and as part of a well-preserved farm group.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Tyncoed
    On the W side of a minor road linking the A470 and the A483, approximately 3.8km SW of Howey
  • II Milestone on A483
    Immediately N of Brynsadwrn Bridge, approximately 3.5km SSW of Howey.
  • II Milestone on A470
    Approximately 1.5km NNW of Cwmbach Llechryd, beside the entrance to Rhydfelin Fach.
  • II Church of St John
    In a churchyard on the W side of the road, 0.9km N of Builth Road station.
  • II Pair of milestones on A483
    Approximately 2.3km SSW of Howey.
  • II Pencerrig Gardens Hotel
    In its own grounds on W side of A483 about 3.25 km N of Builth Wells.
  • II Milestone on A483
    Nearly opposite the modern driveway opening to Pencerrig Gardens Hotel about 3.25 km N of Builth Wel
  • II Milestone on A483
    Opposite the park boundary to the Pencerrig Gardens Hotel about 3 km N of Builth Wells.

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