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Bronllys Castle House

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Map ReferenceSO13SW
Grid ReferenceSO1490534703
Unitary (Local) AuthorityPowys
Old CountyBrecknockshire
PeriodPost Medieval
1. 18th century with mid 19th century addition. Good 18th century door and stair. Set amid remains of medieval castle.

2. A house or mansion of the late eighteenth century, with additions of 1830-40. It faces south across carriage drive turning circle towards the castle mound and tower.
The original house is a three bay east-west range with a projecting cross wing on the east. This faces onto what appears to have been a formal garden area. The house has two storeys with a massively walled cellar beneath the western end. The walls are of stone rubble and the roof is tile-hung. There are later additions and accretions on the north and west, with various yards and buildings, including the stables, beyond.

Source: CADW Listed Buildings Database (6615)

Associated with: Stables (NPRN 31124)
Castle (NPRN 96535).

John Wiles 05.02.07