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Hafod y Maidd Farmhouse including attached farm building at the W end

A Grade II Listed Building in Cerrigydrudion, Conwy

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.0411 / 53°2'27"N

Longitude: -3.6119 / 3°36'42"W

OS Eastings: 292026

OS Northings: 350529

OS Grid: SH920505

Mapcode National: GBR 6C.DK3K

Mapcode Global: WH66D.HT8H

Entry Name: Hafod y Maidd Farmhouse including attached farm building at the W end

Listing Date: 17 February 1998

Last Amended: 17 February 1998

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 19353

Building Class: Domestic

Location: The farmhouse stands at the top of a farm road, approximately 400m due N of Glasfryn, and forms the SW side of the farmyard, with a return at the W end.

County: Conwy

Town: Cerrigydrudion

Community: Cerrigydrudion

Community: Cerrigydrudion

Locality: Glasfryn

Traditional County: Denbighshire

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History

Hafod y Maidd is a major farmhouse of the area, originally with the lands of Aberconwy Abbey, and was granted to Robert Wynne and his wife Thomasine daughter of Cadwaladr Wynne Voelas in 1590. It was the largest farm on the Voelas estate. Of C17 or earlier origins, the house is now largely of C18 character. The W 2-bay section probably an early C19 addition beyond the gable stack of the earlier central section, which has a lobby entry at the rear, opposite the principal stack, now enclosed in a large lean-to brick porch. A further 2-bay section is added in line at the W end, but recessed on the S front, with a central door now within a pitched-roof porch. A farm building has been further attached on the W gable, returning along the W side of the farmyard, and providing a gig house and stable, with a granary over, accessed by external stone steps on the N gable end.

Exterior

Built of local stone rubble, with a slate roof, rendered on the S front, and the N side, facing the farmyard, enclosed by a narrow stone-walled terrace. The long range, running slightly uphill to the E, has 12-pane sash windows, a few replaced, on the front, and well-spaced timber paned casement windows to the rear. Four rendered brick chimney stacks, two on the gable ends, and a central four-flue stack.

Interior

No access at the time of inspection (August 1997)

Reasons for Listing

Included as a good example of a large farmhouse of the C18 and C19, and of group value within the unusually fine farmyard at Hafod y Maidd.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Barn and Carthouse opposite Hafod y Maidd including attached pigsties
    Hafod y Maidd farm lies approximately 400m due N of Glasfryn village. The farm building forms the N side of the large farmyard on the N side of the house. The pigsties are attached at the W end, for
  • II Carthouse at Hafod y Maidd
    Hafod y Maidd farm is located approximately 400m due N of Glasfryn. The carthouse stands at right angles, to the N of the earlier farmbuildings around the yard, and faces E over the driftway to the f
  • II Cowhouse, Yards and Stable at Hafod y Maidd
    Hafod y Maidd is a large farm lying 400m due N of Glasfryn. The cowhouse is located behind and to the E of the farmhouse; facing downhill.
  • II Cernioge Farmhouse (Cerniogau-mawr)
    The farmhouse lies near the village of Glasfryn, at the E edge of the community, and is set back at an angle to the road, with its farm buildings set apart to the W.
  • II Stable building at Cernioge
    The building lies opposite Cernioge farm, and is set at an angle to the Holyhead Road, at the start of a farm road to Cwrt-y-llyn.

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