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Latitude: 51.6686 / 51°40'6"N
Longitude: -4.8711 / 4°52'16"W
OS Eastings: 201553
OS Northings: 200548
OS Grid: SN015005
Mapcode National: GBR G9.VT9S
Mapcode Global: VH1S7.JB66
Entry Name: Court House
Listing Date: 14 May 1970
Last Amended: 30 April 1996
Source ID: 5966
Building Class: Domestic
Location: At the N of Lamphey village, at the turning to the lane which leads to Lamphey Court.
Community: Lamphey (Llandyfái)
Locality: Lamphey Village
Built-Up Area: Lamphey
Traditional County: Pembrokeshire
Three-unit house with cross-passage between the left and centre units, facing S. There is a small rear yard with farm buildings.
History: Reputed to date from c.1695. The name derives from the use of the house as a court, the left (parlour) unit having been the courtroom. Subsequently the house has been a farmhouse.
Exterior: Rubble masonry, rendered and whitened. The house is of two storeys with a roof-covering of small slates and a chimney to each unit. The end chimneys have their flues in the wall thickness. Chimney stacks above roof level are brick, C19. Fenestration: range of four windows, with four-pane C19/C20 sashes and slate sills. Oven projection to right. Six-panel front door with a hood on shaped brackets. Full width extension at rear, basically original, with oven. Low wall at front with wrought-iron railings set into the coping and wrought-iron struts and gate. Arrow-head spikes to the railings.
Interior: The cross-passage from the front door leads to the stairs, which rise within the rear extension. The right unit (the old kitchen) has a large fireplace projecting externally at E and a large bread oven, the front of which is missing. Cellar below the left unit.
Farm Buildings: Small rear farmyard, with at N a cowshed with heck door. Blocked low arch in its S wall facing the yard. At E a larger cowshed with a granary above, and with stairs to the granary at its S end. Boarded doors with timber lintels. At S, attached to the house, a small stable and a shed. All in rubble masonry with slate (or sheeted) roofs.
Listed as a house of regional character with old farm buildings around its rear yard and a wall with iron railings to front, and additionally for group value with the Church.
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