A Grade II Listed Building in Welshpool, Powys
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Latitude: 52.6171 / 52°37'1"N
Longitude: -3.293 / 3°17'34"W
OS Eastings: 312558
OS Northings: 302934
OS Grid: SJ125029
Mapcode National: GBR 9T.87XK
Mapcode Global: WH79T.DH40
Plus Code: 9C4RJP84+RR
Entry Name: Dol-terfyn
Listing Date: 4 February 1997
Last Amended: 4 February 1997
Source ID: 18232
Building Class: Domestic
Location: Set close to and parallel with the main Manafon to Berriew Road, immediately E of The Green.
Town: The Green
Traditional County: Montgomeryshire
Originally built in the later C17 as a 2-bay timber-framed house with gable stack, to which a further bay in brick was added beyond the stack, probably in the early-mid C19.
Rendered, with slate roof. One storey and attic. Boarded door in added gabled porch opposite the axial stack. Windows of the early C19, 3-lights, with small bracketed timber canopy over the 2 windows in the earlier section. Three gabled 3-light dormers, the upper half of the centre light opening. Brick stack, slightly offset.
Reasons for Listing
Listed as a traditional 2-bay gable stack farmhouse, altered in the C19, and retaining much of the character of this later period.
Other nearby listed buildings
Located on rising ground about 200m N of the road, and accessed by a driveway through the former farm buildings.
Farm building at Lower Glyn farm
The barn is set apart from the other farm buildings, alongside the road, and below the farmhouse, at Lower Glyn.
Set gable end to the lane, at the head of the productive land in the small valley of the Afon Glyn.
Located above the S bank of the Afon Rhiw, at the end of the small lane leading S off the main Berriew to Llanfair Caereinion road, leading past the Old Rectory.
The Grange, also known as The Old Rectory
Set back from the road in a riverside position, directly off a small lane. The former coachhouse and stable lies to the E.
Church of St Michael and All Angels
The church stands centrally in the formerly oval churchyard, at the centre of the village. The churchyard, which was extended c.1926, has a lych-gate (q.v.) and a granite war memorial in the S corner
Lych gate to the churchyard, Church of St Michael and All Angels.
Located in the S corner of the churchyard and opening directly on to the main road. Immediately to the E is the granite war memorial.
Located close to the road at the W end of the village, with the smithy immediately to the right, and two mid C20 hand operated Avery-Hardoll petrol pumps with illuminated globes to the left.