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Cae'r Pwll

A Grade II Listed Building in Morfa Nefyn, Gwynedd

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.9322 / 52°55'55"N

Longitude: -4.5411 / 4°32'27"W

OS Eastings: 229308

OS Northings: 340223

OS Grid: SH293402

Mapcode National: GBR 55.M7CM

Mapcode Global: WH448.6KVG

Entry Name: Cae'r Pwll

Listing Date: 4 November 1993

Last Amended: 18 June 1998

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 4630

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Situated on the eastern edge of Morfa Nefyn, facing Lon Groes and set back behind front garden with whitewashed rubble boundary wall. At right angles to the B4417 road between Morfa Nefyn and Nefyn.

County: Gwynedd

Town: Pwllheli

Community: Nefyn

Community: Nefyn

Locality: Morfa Nefyn

Built-Up Area: Morfa Nefyn

Traditional County: Caernarfonshire

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History

C18 cottage with ornamental plaque above entrance dated 1789. The Nefyn Tithe Map of 1838 shows Caer Pwll as a holding of approximately 6 acres (2.5ha), owned and occupied by William Jones.

Exterior

One and a half storey rubble stone double-fronted cottage, the front distinctively colourwashed red. Grouted roof of old small slates, small centre roof light and whitewashed rubble end chimney stacks. The entrance is offset to left with modern 4-pane half-glazed door and slate tablet above with decoratively inscribed initials "III" and "Cae Pwll" over date 1789. There is evidence of a gabled porch now removed. Horned 4-pane sashes to both floors probably inserted in late C19 but retaining the original openings to the ground floor; added at the same time were gabled eaves-breaking dormers with finials. The heads of the windows within follow the shape of the gables. The gable ends are whitewashed rubble to the right and slate-hung to the left. Unpainted, coursed rubble, rear elevation has 4-pane horned sash to centre and one to ground floor right.

Stepped down to the left is a later, single-storey, slate-roofed, service-range with boarded door to front right, 9-pane window to left and chimney to the rear corner.

Reasons for Listing

Listed for its special interest as a distinctive C18 vernacular cottage.

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Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Milestone
    Situated on the S side of the B4417, just E of its junction with Lon Bodlondeb and some 300m E of the crossroads in the centre of Morfa Nefyn.
  • II Capel Moreia
    Situated on the N side of Lon Uchaf approximately 180m SE of the crossroads with the B4417 in the centre of Morfa Nefyn.
  • II Glan-dwr
    Situated some 200m NE of the crossroads in the centre of Morfa Nefyn and reached by a track running N off the B4417.
  • II Hendafarn
    Situated facing E to the rear of the beach at Porth Nefyn some 350m S of the point at Penrhyn Nefyn.
  • II Nefyn Watch Tower
    Situated on a mound near the centre of Nefyn, some 60m W of the junction of the A497 and the B4417 and approximately 25m N of the latter.
  • II St Mary's Well
    Situated prominently near the centre of Nefyn, some 35m N of the junction of the A497 and the B4417.
  • II Church of St Edern
    Situated to the E of Lon Llan, some 370m SE of Pont Edern in Edern village.
  • II Pont Edern
    Carrying the B4417 over the Afon Geirch just N of the centre of Edern.

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