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Llwynbarried Farmhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Llanigon, Powys

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Latitude: 52.0375 / 52°2'15"N

Longitude: -3.1666 / 3°9'59"W

OS Eastings: 320075

OS Northings: 238320

OS Grid: SO200383

Mapcode National: GBR YZ.FWNS

Mapcode Global: VH6BQ.219W

Plus Code: 9C4R2RQM+29

Entry Name: Llwynbarried Farmhouse

Listing Date: 28 September 1961

Last Amended: 20 June 1995

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 6627

Building Class: Domestic

Location: The house stands adjacent to modern farm buildings in open countryside 900 metres SW of Ffordd-las road junction.

County: Powys

Community: Llanigon

Community: Llanigon

Locality: Ffordd-Las

Traditional County: Brecknockshire

Tagged with: Farmhouse

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The house comprises a former hall and cross-wing of different dates both probably in the first half of C17; the cross-wing is dated to the early C17 by a magnificently moulded ceiling beam. The hall is of P Smith plan type A.


Stone, S end pebbledashed, concrete-tile roof, 2 storeys with cellar & attic. Door & window fittings C19/20, several under timber lintels and/or stone labels. Lateral chimney at front (W) of hall, upper part rebuilt in brick, cross-wing chimneys upon E & W gables.


The original hall has a pair of longitudinal ceiling beams, supporting lateral beams but none visible between them. Plank & muntin partition at S end to room with inserted ceiling. The parlour in cross-wing has a 9-roll moulded ceiling beam, fireplace with stone jambs & arched deep timber lintel, chamfered; stairs said to have been on RH of chimney (where they remain above); base of a plank & muntin partition visible on cellar stairs. Other room in cross-wing has deep-chamfered ceiling beam & C18 oak plank door. 1st floor, deep-chamfered ceiling beams with angled stops to cross-wing; upper floor of original hall higher, ceiling with boxed trusses. 2 old plank doors leading to spiral stairs with stone treads on RH of chimney. Attics of wing, original roof with collared trusses.

Reasons for Listing

The house is a good example of a submediaeval house of hall and cross-wing type, of two dates. It is listed notwithstanding modern alterations for the special interest of surviving sub-mediaeval internal detail.

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Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Llwynfilly
    The former farmhouse stands in open countryside to SW of Llanigon, at the end of a narrow track leading to the house and farm buildings.
  • II Maes-y-garn Farmhouse
    The farmhouse overlooks a lane leading E from Fordd-las, 1300 metres SSW of Llanigon Church, and backs onto its own farm buildings.
  • II Agricultural Range to rear of Maes-y-garn Farmhouse
    To rear (east) of Maes-y-garn Farmhouse.
  • II* Tynllyne Farmhouse
    The house is situated next to its own farm buildings in an elevated position 1750 metres WSW of Llanigon Church.
  • II Llwynmaddy Farmhouse
    Situated to the south of Llanigon, the house stands opposite a small group of traditional stone farm buildings, set back from the lane and sideways onto it.
  • II Tregoyd Mill House
    Located at the N end of the hamlet of Tregoyd, at the NE side of the small brook from Tregoyd Common to the Wye at Aberllynfi.
  • II Barn at Llwynmaddy
    Prominently sited immediately opposite the farmhouse closing the farmyard.
  • II Lower Maestorglwydd

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