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Maes-llyn

A Grade II Listed Building in Tregaron, Ceredigion

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.2497 / 52°14'58"N

Longitude: -3.9176 / 3°55'3"W

OS Eastings: 269188

OS Northings: 263013

OS Grid: SN691630

Mapcode National: GBR DZ.0GWH

Mapcode Global: VH4G7.1QS7

Entry Name: Maes-llyn

Listing Date: 10 June 1997

Last Amended: 10 June 1997

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 18481

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Situated some 3 km NE of Tregaron, on left side of road to Pontrhydfendigaid.

County: Ceredigion

Community: Tregaron

Community: Tregaron

Locality: Maesllyn

Traditional County: Cardiganshire

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History

Farmhouse dated 1815, said to have been part of the Lisburne estate. George Borrow mentions the lake at Maes-y-Llyn in 'Wild Wales', 1854.

Exterior

Whitewashed roughcast front with slate roof and end stacks, stone to N, larger roughcast stack to S. Two-storey, three-window range of horned 12-pane sashes, offset to left. Stone sills. C20 ledged door. Plaque above reads 'D. Jones Tenant 1815'. Rubble stone N wall with small loft light. Line of chimney continues down on left, suggesting roof raised. Roughcast S end wall.

Added C19 SE rear wing with E stack. Two-storey, two-window S front. Added C20 roughcast NE wing running parallel to original range.

Reasons for Listing

Listed as a traditional late Georgian farmhouse, of regional architectural interest in an area where few survive.

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