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Plas Pantsaeson

A Grade II Listed Building in Nevern, Pembrokeshire

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Latitude: 52.0711 / 52°4'15"N

Longitude: -4.7236 / 4°43'25"W

OS Eastings: 213424

OS Northings: 244912

OS Grid: SN134449

Mapcode National: GBR CX.CLZ5

Mapcode Global: VH2MV.26NN

Plus Code: 9C4Q37CG+CG

Entry Name: Plas Pantsaeson

Listing Date: 27 October 1992

Last Amended: 27 October 1992

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 12785

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Situated down drive of about 1.0 km running W from minor road at junction about 3km W of St Dogmaels by the Cwm Degwel road. There are design similarities to Avallenau House, Pembrokeshire.

County: Pembrokeshire

Community: Nevern (Nanhyfer)

Community: Nevern

Locality: Monington/Eglwys Wythwr

Traditional County: Pembrokeshire

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Circa 1836 country house, said to have been built for J T W James possibly by William Owen of Haverfordwest. [There are design similarities to Avallenau House, Pembrokeshire.]


Stucco classical style with slate hipped roofs, extensive and plainer rear parts probably of later date. Main front has two-storey five-window elevation with pair of rendered ridge stacks. Heavy plain first floor stepped band and moulded eaves cornice. Windows are 12-pane sashes, plain below, with pediments on console brackets above, the pediments possibly a later addition. Centre is broken forward with blocking course over cornice and centre shield between scroll supporters. Paired Ionic pilasters each side of first floor window and ground floor broad double doors with sidelights and big small-paned overlight. Door is within fine projecting Doric porch with triglyph and mutule cornice and paired Roman Doric columns to front, single pilaster responds within. Slate steps up. Plain five-window W side elevation, unpainted render with band and first floor pediments as on main front, and then a three-window N front is similar. The three ranges enclose a narrow service court with tall arched stair-light to one side.


Centralised plan with broad spine hall, then elliptical arch to stair hall set to rear right, stone flagged with two-flight stone curved cantilever staircase and stick balusters. 6-panel doors and plaster cornices to main rooms.

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