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Latitude: 53.1892 / 53°11'21"N
Longitude: -3.6974 / 3°41'50"W
OS Eastings: 286680
OS Northings: 367139
OS Grid: SH866671
Mapcode National: GBR 68.32BC
Mapcode Global: WH65S.53KD
Plus Code: 9C5R58Q3+M2
Entry Name: Home Farm Farmyard Ranges to N of Hafodunos Hall
Listing Date: 16 February 1996
Last Amended: 17 March 1999
Source ID: 16844
Building Class: Agriculture and Subsistence
Location: Situated high above Hafodunos Hall to north, the major part of the Home Farm complex.
Traditional County: Denbighshire
Dated 1842 with initials 'S S' and later alterations recorded by the further datestone inscribed 'CMS AD 1940'. 'S S' refers to Samuel Sandbach who bought Hafodunos in 1831. Hafodunos Hall was built in 1861-6 to the design of Sir George Gilbert Scott.
Group of farmbuildings comprising formal cart-house/barn range as frontispiece with other buildings including 2 ranges of single storey cow-houses forming a complete courtyard. Rubble construction with mostly slate roofs (some areas with asbestos sheets and iron sheeting). Main range includes 7-bays of cartsheds to left with cambered arches and voussoirs; granary loft over with glazed windows with stone voussoir heads. Some brick repair towards gable. Recessed central bay has hipped roof and high cambered arch to cart entry into stock yard; right hand section apparently barn, with camber-headed ventilators and some blocked openings including a camber-headed door to left. Date-stone between left hand two windows has stags head and lettering 'S S Esq AD 1842' over 'C M S AD 1940'. High cart entry to north gable end. Courtyard ranges comprise one large hipped-roofed building to left of entrance range - a very fine, large aisled stock court. Mostly timber trusses with outer cast-iron columns inscrubed 'MWW'. Single and two storeyed ranges opposite the entrance range, and single storey open-fronted shelter shed range closing the yard to the right.
Included as a fine example of a mid C19 estate farm complex, which is part of the group at Hafodunos Hall.
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