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Latitude: 52.9167 / 52°55'0"N
Longitude: -4.5137 / 4°30'49"W
OS Eastings: 231088
OS Northings: 338436
OS Grid: SH310384
Mapcode National: GBR 56.N80J
Mapcode Global: WH448.MYVC
Entry Name: S Farmyard Range at Nant Farm
Listing Date: 1 March 1989
Last Amended: 15 July 1998
Source ID: 4617
Building Class: Agriculture and Subsistence
Location: The lower range of the L-plan group enclosing 2 sides of the farmyard at Nant Farm which lies just S of junction of A497 and B4354.
Traditional County: Caernarfonshire
Early C19 range of farm buildings, built for the Newborough estate, and the lower range of a farmyard group of which the upper part with barn, stable and mill are separately listed. Marked on OS Drawings for 1816-19 and also on 1840 Tithe Map for Boduan parish.
Linear group of farm buildings, the S part of an L-plan farm group with the separately listed E range, and farmhouse attached to N end of E range. Granite rubble walls, and slated gabled roofs with shallow eaves. Main range was cow-house to left and cartshed to right. Cowhouse has two shuttered and part-glazed windows flanking central door. Cartshed has double boarded doors under long slab lintel. Brewhouse is added on right end with red brick stack on left end roof slope, single door to left of centre and pigsties to rear. Boarded door in E gable end of main range, to cowhouse.
Cowhouse has cobbled floor cambered to central passage with drain channels. Timber partitions to stalls and to larger undivided areas to each end. King-post trusses, steps to loft over cart shed. Cartshed has central timber pillar.
Included as part of a good, well-preserved example of a farmstead group, with farmhouse and E farmyard range.
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