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L-shaped Stable Range at Cymryd

A Grade II Listed Building in Conwy, Conwy

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Latitude: 53.2661 / 53°15'57"N

Longitude: -3.8125 / 3°48'45"W

OS Eastings: 279208

OS Northings: 375875

OS Grid: SH792758

Mapcode National: GBR 1ZTN.DX

Mapcode Global: WH65B.D5RH

Plus Code: 9C5R758P+CX

Entry Name: L-shaped Stable Range at Cymryd

Listing Date: 13 October 1966

Last Amended: 28 December 1995

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 3196

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Located at the end of a long track leading E off the Brynseiri Road; on low-lying ground on the W bank of the Conwy estuary.

County: Conwy

Community: Henryd

Community: Henryd

Locality: Cymryd

Traditional County: Caernarfonshire

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Exterior: Dated 1826; L-shaped house in simple vernacular Tudor style. Rubble construction with large irregular quoins and red brick detailing; large, original slates to roof, oversailing eaves and plain squat stacks. E (main) front with advanced gabled wing. 3-light mullioned and transomed wooden window to ground floor with small pane glazing; similar cross-window above and a further 4-pane fixed light in the gable apex. All have returned labels in brick and brick voussoirs, slightly cambered to the ground floor. Between the first floor and upper windows, an inset date stone inscribed with date 1826. Entrance to the R return, via a late C19 wooden porch; boarded door. Mullioned windows in similar arrangement to recessed range to R of porch. Tall half-outshut to the rear; contemporary 12-pane sliding sashes. Later L-shaped single storey addition to W side, returning around the N gable. This has plain-glazed tripartite and cross windows and a hipped roof; modern porch beyond.

The interior was not accessible during the survey (September 1995).

An earlier C19 vernacular Tudor-style house retaining good external character.

Group value with the former house-and-byre complex at Tyddyn-Cynal.

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    Strikingly sited on low-lying land on the W bank of the Conwy estuary, at the E boundary of the community; accessed via a long track leading E from Brynseiri Road.
  • II Barn at Cymryd
    Located to the E of Cymryd, immediately opposite the L-shaped stable and cart-house block, and closing a former farmyard to the E.
  • II Former House and Byre Range at Tyddyn-Cynal
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  • II Summer House at Benarth Hall
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  • II Benarth Hall ( including balustraded terrace to SE )
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