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Upper Nash Farmhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Cosheston, Pembrokeshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.6861 / 51°41'10"N

Longitude: -4.8641 / 4°51'50"W

OS Eastings: 202115

OS Northings: 202482

OS Grid: SN021024

Mapcode National: GBR G9.TWF6

Mapcode Global: VH1S1.MWX8

Entry Name: Upper Nash Farmhouse

Listing Date: 14 May 1970

Last Amended: 12 September 1996

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 5989

Building Class: Domestic

Location: At the S side of the unclassified road in the hamlet of Upper Nash. As this farmhouse was probably the nucleus of the hamlet its farm buildings are situated on both sides of the road. Including a gra

County: Pembrokeshire

Town: Pembroke Dock

Community: Cosheston

Community: Cosheston

Locality: Nash

Traditional County: Pembrokeshire

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History

A large C17 chimney onto which a farmhouse of later date has been grafted. This was the main farmhouse of Upper Nash, which was owned in 1840 by Richard Welleysley Richardson and occupied by Robert White. It remains in use as a farmhouse.

Exterior

The farmhouse is of two storeys, facing E, with its end gable to the road. The front elevation is of three windows. There is an outshut to the rear under a continuous roof. Rubble masonry, partly rendered. Slate roof with small end-chimneys, also rendered. Modern extensions at side and rear and adjacent minor outbuildings.

At the rear of the house, in the angle between the main range and the outshut, is the large early chimney, about 7 m in height. It is about 2 m square at the base, tapers to about 1.5 x 2 m at eaves height, and has a further reduction to about 1 m square at about 1 m below the top. Angled coping, dripstones at offsets. The chimney is no longer (1995) internally accessible, but there is said to be a brick oven concealed at one side.

Reasons for Listing

Listed as an early C19 farmhouse retaining an impressive chimney from an earlier house.

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Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Paskeston Hall
    At the N side of the unclassified road leading from Cosheston to Milton, in private grounds about 300 m from the road. There is a gate-lodge at the estate entrance. At the rear of the Hall are a coa
  • II Welston Court
    In a remote location reached by a track (the continuation of Stambridge Lane) running for 1 km SW from Milton Village.
  • II Barn at Upper Lamphey Barn
    About 500m S of Deerpark Lane, at NW end of farm complex; barn abuts medieval buildings to N
  • II* Four Mediaeval House at Upper Lamphey Park Farm
    About 500m S of Deerpark Lane, at NW end of the farm complex.
  • II Church of St Mary
    In hamlet of Lower Nash, 1 km SE of Cosheston Church. Reached by a side road N of the A477 road.
  • II Lower Nash Corn Mill
    75 m W of Nash Church, in a group with Lower Nash Farm. Its stream is a tributary of Cosheston Pill. There is a large mill-pond on the E side.
  • II* Lamphey Court
    To the N of Lamphey Village.
  • II Little Mayeston
    1 km E of Cosheston village. From the unclassified road to Paskeston it is reached by a track to the S.

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