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HENRYD FARMHOUSE

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NPRN 26615

Map Reference SH77SE

Grid Reference SH7694074724

Unitary (Local) Authority Conwy

Old County Caernarfonshire

Community Henryd

Type of Site HOUSE

Broad Class DOMESTIC

Period Post Medieval

Site Description An early seventeenth century single storey lofted house, the interior originally a hall and parlour. The walls are of stone rubble, once whitened, on boulder foundations. The house has a slate gabled roof framed by rendered gable parapets and end chimney stacks. The attic or upper floor, is lit by gabled half-dormers. The interior retains some original features, including some ceiling joists. There is a newel stair with a Tudor-style upper doorcase. There is a post and panel screen on the ground floor.
A later seventeenth century single storey service range is attached to the rear. Attached on the west, stepped down and set back, is a stable block, probably eighteenth century, with an early nineteenth century cartshed attached, again set back and stepped down.
The house origially faced onto a small yard (OS County series Caernarvon. VIII.4 1889). The buildings opposite, by the roadside, have been demolished.

Source: RCAHMW Caernarvonshire Inventory I (1956), 129 (No. 445)
CADW Listed Buildings Database (3200)

John Wiles 19.04.07

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