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Upper Luggy Farmhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Berriew, Powys

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Latitude: 52.6121 / 52°36'43"N

Longitude: -3.188 / 3°11'16"W

OS Eastings: 319654

OS Northings: 302251

OS Grid: SJ196022

Mapcode National: GBR 9Y.8HRS

Mapcode Global: WH79W.0L5W

Plus Code: 9C4RJR66+RQ

Entry Name: Upper Luggy Farmhouse

Listing Date: 21 August 1995

Last Amended: 21 August 1995

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 16358

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Approached by a lane leaving the main A483 south of the Horseshoes Inn at Brithdir.

County: Powys

Community: Berriew (Aberriw)

Community: Berriew

Locality: Brithdir

Traditional County: Montgomeryshire

Tagged with: Farmhouse

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Probably built in the early C17, with some later remodelling, including partial rebuilding of lower storey in brick. Timber framed, with jettied upper storey and roughcast plaster panel infill. Planking over timber framing in SW gable end and over brickwork of lower storey; NE gable rebuilt in brick. Slate roof with brick axial and gable end stacks (the latter rebuilt). Irregular framing, jettied with chamfered bressumer (with 2 scarf joints), and plain chamfered brackets at angles, and at intervals defining principal structural bays. Lower framing appears to be mainly renewed, but above the bressumer, the irregularly spaced principal vertical posts of the left-hand bay appear to be original, while the studs of thinner scantling to the right may represent a slightly later phase. 3-unit plan, with baffle entry to left of centre. Windows are probably late C19 insertions, and are metal framed casements (with transoms to lower storey). Later brick wing to rear with single storeyed extension alongside the main range.

Reasons for Listing

An unusual local example of the use of jettied construction, in a timber framed building which retains much of its character.

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Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Brithdir Aqueduct
    Carries the Montgomeryshire Canal across the Luggy Brook.
  • II Bridge 126 over the Mongomeryshire Canal
    Carries the lane leading from the main A483 to Upper Luggy Farmhouse, S of the Horseshoes Inn at Brithdir.
  • II Bridge 125 over the Montgomeryshire Canal
    Carries the lane over the canal to the rear of the Horseshoes Inn.
  • II Brithdir Limekilns
    At the rear of the Horseshoes Public House, built into a mound on the bank of the Montgomeryshire Canal, close to the bridge carrying Brithdir Lane over the canal.
  • II The Factory
    Set back from the lane, and approached by a track almost opposite Brithdir Hall.
  • II Flanking Walls to Brithdir Hall
    Set back from the lane in gardens, close to the junction with the main A483 at the Horseshoes Inn.
  • II Horseshoes PH
    On the main A483 road to the N of Berriew, alongside the junction with Brithdir Lane.
  • II Brtihdir Lock
    Immediately NE of Bridge 125, adjacent to Brithdir Lane, and to the rear of the Horseshoes Inn.

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