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Village Farmhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Penhow, Newport

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.6158 / 51°36'56"N

Longitude: -2.8445 / 2°50'40"W

OS Eastings: 341621

OS Northings: 191111

OS Grid: ST416911

Mapcode National: GBR JD.9F5N

Mapcode Global: VH7B8.NN26

Entry Name: Village Farmhouse

Listing Date: 19 December 1995

Last Amended: 19 December 1995

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 17083

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Located on the S side of the A48 opposite Pen-y-Worlod Cottage, set back from the road behind a front garden enclosed by a low rubble wall with cock and hen coping.

County: Newport

Community: Penhow (Pen-hw)

Community: Penhow

Locality: Penhow Village

Traditional County: Monmouthshire

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Exterior

Early C19 farmhouse in Regency style. Two storeys, slated hipped roof with two end brick chimneystacks. Rendered elevations. Three windows wide, central doorway with four panelled door and semi-circular fanlight over. To ground floor, flanking twelve paned sashes without horns, to first floor, three, narrower, four paned sashes with horns, all symmetrically aligned. Late C19 rear parallel range extending beyond the E gable of the main house, constructed in local rubblestone with redbrick dressings, some four pane sashes with horns to first floor. Roadside (N) elevation of this range has a number of sashes, some replaced, including a Yorkshire sliding sash to ground floor. The rear of the property has been further extended more recently.
Front garden wall has early C19 cast iron gate and flanking fixed panels with anthemion design.

Interior

Symmetrical floorplan with central hallway to earlier range. Now subdivided into two self contained units. Interior modernised. Some C19 pine plank doors to ground floor and window shutters to front ground floor rooms.

Reasons for Listing

Listed grade II as a small Regency farmhouse in a prominent roadside location.

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    The middle range of a group of farm buildings located at the W corner of the driveway leading to Penhow Castle, enclosing a cobbled yard on E side with low rubble wall with cock and hen coping.
  • II L-shaped Byre Range to SW of Penhow Castle
    Part of a "U" shaped farmyard group together with the Barn, located to the N side of the driveway leading to Penhow Castle from A48, Newport/Chepstow Road.
  • II* Penhow Castle
    Set high on a hilltop above the Newport to Chepstow road. In its own grounds beyond the Parish Church and reached by drive with relocated stone gatepiers and distinctive ball finials.
  • II Barn to SW of Penhow Castle
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  • II Parish Church of St John the Baptist
    Located immediately to the SE of Penhow Castle, reached via a long track leading S from the A48, enclosed by a low rubble wall.
  • II The Rock and Fountain Inn PH
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