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Latitude: 52.7248 / 52°43'29"N
Longitude: -3.1795 / 3°10'46"W
OS Eastings: 320437
OS Northings: 314778
OS Grid: SJ204147
Mapcode National: GBR 9Y.1KVF
Mapcode Global: WH799.4R7Z
Entry Name: Bryn Mawr Farmhouse
Listing Date: 26 May 1995
Last Amended: 26 May 1995
Source ID: 15973
Building Class: Domestic
Location: Located off the road from Geuffordd to Trefnanney.
Traditional County: Montgomeryshire
Seventeenth and early C18 timber framed black and white farmhouse of 3 bays, 4-6-4 panels wide with a 3-panel wide 2-storey red-brick nogged lean-to granary and store at the W end. E service bay probably rebuilt in the early C18. Type C lobby entry plan.
Framing 3 panels high on stone footings, with a heavy mid-wall bressumer, the panels narrower above. Wall later raised by an added panel reducing roof pitch. Whitewashed brick noggings replacing original wattle and lath and daub. W gable has collar and diagonal decorative bracing, with original wattle and daub, protected by the granary. The roof re-formed to a lower pitch when the walls were raised, cutting off the original principal rafters. Various timber windows, but 2 iron framed casements on S, and a leaded window with early glass on the N side, all at first floor level. The E end service bay appears to be rebuilt with lighter framing, and the gabled framed weatherboarded porch added. Later brick E gable. The heavier early framing has assembly marks made with a gouge, in the later framing they are made using a 20mm chisel.
Central living hall has chamfered cross beams with ogee stops. Original open hearth with oven blocked with later fireplace. Post and panel partition to inner room, which has chamfered spine beam and joists. Service room E of stack has slightly chamfered spine beam, and stair on N wall.
Granary has two unequal store rooms on ground floor, one stone slate paved, and ladder stair to upper level.
Included as an interesting example of a late C17-early C18 Montgomeryshire farmhouse with an interesting attached farm building.
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