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Latitude: 52.0749 / 52°4'29"N
Longitude: -4.6411 / 4°38'28"W
OS Eastings: 219094
OS Northings: 245125
OS Grid: SN190451
Mapcode National: GBR D0.CHFF
Mapcode Global: VH2MW.H3SR
Entry Name: RoseHill
Listing Date: 10 August 1994
Last Amended: 10 August 1994
Source ID: 14798
Building Class: Domestic
Location: Situated on bluff above Afon Teifi and reached down long drive running W from Coedmor Lane, some 450m S of Croesyllan.
Traditional County: Cardiganshire
Marked on 1840 Tithe Map as owned by Thomas Lloyd of Coedmore, occupied by the Rev David Jones, rector of Cilgerran.
Earlier C19 house said to have been a dower house of Coedmore, incorporating ground floor of C17 house. Coursed rubble stone, formerly rendered, with hipped slate roofs. Two storeys, the N front range steeply hipped with red brick E stack and C20 black brick W stack. 12-pane sashes, four to ground floor with continuous timber lintel, three above with timber lintels, the centre one blank. Slate sills. Broad rear range with hipped N end and two big stone N stacks. Set-back E side has three windows above and two below, concrete lintels, but two of upper windows are original hornless sashes, one longer to right, lighting stair. Long W side has windowless end to main front then three-window range of 4-pane sashes with centre door. Concrete lintels. Door is 6-panel, with four fielded panels. Window to right has brick relieving arch.
From rear wing extend two single-storey ranges, asbestos-roofed; the range running N, has door to house in angle, with timber lintel, then window, door and door, all with cut-stone voussoirs. Range running E has two N doors with timber lintels.
Rear SE room has heavy ceiling beams, joists and big timber lintel to fireplace. SW room has similar beams and joists. Front range is later with 6-panel doors, NE room has fragments of stencilled pattern possibly earlier C19. NW room has arch across N end possibly on line of an earlier pine-end. Early C19 stick baluster stairs with ramped rail.
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