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Garden walls to SE of Cedar Garden, inc gate piers, gates and flanking workshops

A Grade II Listed Building in Coedkernew, Newport

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Latitude: 51.5603 / 51°33'37"N

Longitude: -3.0283 / 3°1'41"W

OS Eastings: 328811

OS Northings: 185107

OS Grid: ST288851

Mapcode National: GBR J4.DWH0

Mapcode Global: VH7BK.G1DP

Plus Code: 9C3RHX6C+4M

Entry Name: Garden walls to SE of Cedar Garden, inc gate piers, gates and flanking workshops

Listing Date: 31 July 1996

Last Amended: 31 July 1996

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 17100

Building Class: Domestic

Location: To S of Tredegar House, garden wall running SE from the Cedar Garden and with attached workshops at the SE end, flanking a pair of brick piers and wrought iron gates.

County: Newport

Town: Newport

Community: Coedkernew (Coedcernyw)

Community: Coedkernew

Locality: Tredegar House

Built-Up Area: Newport

Traditional County: Monmouthshire

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Tredegar House was the seat of the Morgan family from the early C15 through to the mid C20. The surviving medieval house was incorporated into the South West wing of the much grander, classical house that was built between 1664 and 1672 by Sir William Morgan (d.1680). The walls and gate piers form part of the S perimeter to the formal gardens running parallel to the SW of the house, dating from the early C18. The workshops along the S boundary form part of the late C19 estate farm, and are much altered.


At the SE end of the longitudinal path through the walled garden is a pair of substantial, square brick gate piers. Approximately 4m in height in Flemish bond, with shallow stone plinth and projecting moulded coping, each with square urn finial of cup and cover form with scrolled acanthus to base and gadrooned cover over. Simple double iron gates with plain semicircular overthrow and guilloche lock bar. Random rubble walls to either side (NE/SW) step down from the piers and may survive from the Tudor house enclosure (?), now incorporated as the rear walls of the workshops. The workshops consist of an "L" shaped range of late C19 agricultural buildings, with brick front elevations and large segmental arched former cartshed openings with keystones, now infilled by modern glazed timber doors. Hipped slated roofs. The SW range having three hipped, louvered ventilators and large multi-paned ribbon windows. Three large arched brick doorways at N end now infilled with boarding.

Reasons for Listing

Included for group value with other listed items associated with Tredegar House.

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  • II Bothy and Potting Shed to the West of Bryans Building
    Set immediately to the West of Bryans Building on an E/W axis and serving the Kitchen garden
  • II Bryans Building and attached boundary walls to S and N
    Set on the West side of the outer yard, opposite the Lesser Barn. C19 weighbridge located to front of building, formerly used for weighing agricultural produce from the Estate.
  • II Monument to Sir Briggs
    Set in the centre of the rear half of the Cedar Garden, to the SW side of the house, screened by four yew hedges.
  • II Home Farm
    Set at E end of workshops, to North of Tredegar House, leading into outer yard.
  • II Brewhouse
    Located on the West side of the inner court, SE of Tredegar House. Aligned on NW/SE axis, immediately N of Bryans Building.
  • II Lesser Barn
    Aligned on N/S axis, set on the East side of the outer yard, opposite Bryans Building.
  • II Great Barn
    Located on the East side of the inner court, to the SE of Tredegar House.
  • II The Mill including attached Stable to the South
    The Mill is set behind the Lesser Barn, located on the East side of the outer yard, SE of Tredegar House. The stable is aligned on a N/S axis, located immediately to the rear of the Information Centr

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