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Maesmor Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Llangwm, Conwy

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.9897 / 52°59'23"N

Longitude: -3.4703 / 3°28'13"W

OS Eastings: 301398

OS Northings: 344611

OS Grid: SJ013446

Mapcode National: GBR 6K.HPHX

Mapcode Global: WH66V.N3NT

Entry Name: Maesmor Hall

Listing Date: 1 April 1998

Last Amended: 1 April 1998

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 19593

Building Class: Domestic

Location: The mansion stands in its own grounds alongside the S bank of the Afon Ceirw, and is reached by a driveway from beside Pont Maesmor on the road from Maerdy to Bala.

County: Conwy

Community: Llangwm

Community: Llangwm

Locality: Maerdy

Traditional County: Denbighshire

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History

The house was built c1870, probably for General John Manners, with later additions.

Exterior

Built of pebbledashed stone with stone ashlar dressings and a slate roof. Tudor Gothic style. The house consists of a rectangular 3-storey block with single-storey side extensions, and a 3-storey wing necked off at the rear, all with angle corner buttresses. Five-bay front facing SSW, the centre bay a storeyed porch open on the ground floor, also with angle buttresses. Framed cross windows to the first floor of the porch with pedimented cornice, and a corbel table, and similar cross windows to the sides of the porch block. The ground and first floors of the main block have similar cross windows with margin glazing within chamfered stone surrounds and label mouldings over each window. Two-light attic windows, each with a small eaves gable and cusped bargeboards; this is repeated on the top floor of the porch. Tall yellow-brick shafted chimney stacks. Single storey bays, gabled at right angles at each end, with added bow windows. To the rear, the service block has a paired gable stack and a tall gothic window with 'Y'-tracery in the gable end. Twelve-paned sashes to the side elevations.

Interior

Contemporary interior, with a large dining room on the rear elevation approached by an ante-room linked to the kitchen at the rear.

Reasons for Listing

Included as a good example of a large and handsome gentry house in the Tudor Gothic style.

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