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No 20, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,

A Grade II Listed Building in Hawarden, Flintshire

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Latitude: 53.1843 / 53°11'3"N

Longitude: -3.0243 / 3°1'27"W

OS Eastings: 331650

OS Northings: 365732

OS Grid: SJ316657

Mapcode National: GBR 74.3HVD

Mapcode Global: WH88C.J736

Plus Code: 9C5R5XMG+P7

Entry Name: No 20, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,

Listing Date: 16 November 1994

Last Amended: 16 November 1994

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 15039

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.

County: Flintshire

Community: Hawarden (Penarl√Ęg)

Community: Hawarden

Built-Up Area: Sandycroft

Traditional County: Flintshire

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An early C19, 2-storey terrace range of 14 cottages, each of one bay and with paired entrances. The main front of flush, uncoursed sandstone with tooled sandstone dressings. Continuous shallow-pitched slate roof with coped and shaped gable to the W. Plain eaves cornice. Contemporary twin square chimney stacks serving Nos 4 and 6, with moulded caps, off-set on a square base. All other stacks of dark factory brick and of octagonal design. Each cottage retains its contemporary door, of 3 vertical panels approached by 2 steps (mostly replaced). Plain chamfered
doorcases. No. 30 has a plain rectangular fanlight. No. 4 has a wide, flat-arched cellar light. Otherwise each unit has single aligned ground and first floor windows of 2 lights and 2 panes. Upper windows are slightly narrower than lower ones. All with plain chamfered lintels, cills and reveals; all cills now painted. No. 30 has a later 3-light, 6-pane ground floor window, with wooden, grained lintel (this relates to a late C19 remodelling as a saddlers' shop). W gable with stone mullioned windows to ground and first floor, of 3 and 2 lights respectively, each with moulded and returned label.

Except Nos 4-10, rear elevations are of red brick with dentilated eaves, and each cottage has a later rear extension. Nos 4 - 10 are of sandstone throughout, and a break can be detected between Nos 10 and 12. This suggests that Nos 4-10 were built first and that the terrace was subsequently continued to the same design. Presumably, however, the time gap between the original 4-unit construction and the additions to the E cannot of been long.

Reasons for Listing

Good group value in a prominent position within the village.

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