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Granston Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Pencaer (Pen-caer), Pembrokeshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.9667 / 51°57'59"N

Longitude: -5.0644 / 5°3'51"W

OS Eastings: 189583

OS Northings: 234234

OS Grid: SM895342

Mapcode National: GBR CG.L6GP

Mapcode Global: VH1QL.5THQ

Entry Name: Granston Hall

Listing Date: 1 March 1963

Last Amended: 14 July 1993

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 12970

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Situated to N of Granston Church, set below road.

County: Pembrokeshire

Community: Pencaer (Pen-caer)

Community: Pencaer

Locality: Granston/Treopert

Traditional County: Pembrokeshire

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History

Tithe Map of 1841 shows buildings to somewhat different layout, farm was then owned by R Llewelyn of Tregwynt and occupied by John Williams.

Exterior

c1840 house in rubble stone with hipped roofs and rubble stone stacks. Two storeys, square-plan with N entrance front and more prominent E front. E front is 4-window with grouted slate roof, hornless sashes, slate sills and rough stone voussoirs, but unusually the windows in the middle two bays on each floor are paired. 12-pane first-floor windows and 15-pane to ground floor. Centre ridge stack. Grouted slate to S end hipped roof which projects slightly. S side single-storey attached range, lean-to and hipped to E running back to W gable end with large stone stack. 4-bay long side with door in second bay from left, the windows all C20 under stone voussoirs and with slate sills. One window in E end. Roof of attached range and main house S and W roofs are imitation slate. Rear W range of main house has hipped roof, stone ridge stack, one-window range to right and centre lean-to.

N entrance front is three-window with centre door and narrow tripartite sashes each side, the first floor centre a pair. Hornless sashes, stone voussoirs and slate sills.

Rubble stone garden wall enclosing E and S sides. Curved stone well-head on E lawn.

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