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Coed-y-dinas Farmhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Welshpool, Powys

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Latitude: 52.6424 / 52°38'32"N

Longitude: -3.1496 / 3°8'58"W

OS Eastings: 322312

OS Northings: 305579

OS Grid: SJ223055

Mapcode National: GBR B0.6M7V

Mapcode Global: WH79P.LVF5

Plus Code: 9C4RJVR2+W5

Entry Name: Coed-y-dinas Farmhouse

Listing Date: 29 February 1996

Last Amended: 29 February 1996

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 16755

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Between the Welshpool by-pass and the main road into Welshpool from the S, and approached via a drive which leaves the Welshpool road S of the Powis

County: Powys

Community: Welshpool (Y Trallwng)

Community: Welshpool

Locality: Coed-y-dinas

Traditional County: Montgomeryshire

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History: The farmhouse has been built in several phases over the late C18-early C19 period, but may include an earlier core (there are documentary references to a house here as early as 1720).

Exterior: The building comprises a main range facing S, with a short parallel rear wing, and a cross wing to the W, previously housing servants accommodation, dairy and cheese room. The main range is Flemish Bond brickwork, and the cross wing is local sandstone rubble. Slate roofs renewed with concrete tile on main range and cross wing. Main S range is a 3 storeyed, 4-window range, with central entrance: a 6- panelled door in timber gabled porch with stepped profile, flanked by 16-pane sash windows with single ring cambered brick heads to the right and inserted window to the left. Upper windows are 3-light casements, with single ring cambered heads to first floor. Dentilled eaves cornice. Stone cross range adjoins to the left: Lean-to wooden porch to ground floor, the elevation blind above. Brick dentilled eaves band Parallel rear range is 2-storeyed, with hipped roof with axial stacks. Flat arched gauged brick heads to iron small paned casement windows (4 to ground floor, 34 above). Hipped roofed porch in the rear of the main range, in the angle with the projecting cross range: this is stone, with casement windows of 2 and 3-lights with cambered voussoir heads. Brick dentilled eaves cornice, matching that of the main range.

A substantial late C18-early C19 farmhouse which forms part of an important group with its C19 farmbuildings.

References: Glansevin Papers in National Library of Wales (Ref. 2460).

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