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Glan Gors

A Grade II Listed Building in Llanwnda, Gwynedd

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.094 / 53°5'38"N

Longitude: -4.2236 / 4°13'25"W

OS Eastings: 251199

OS Northings: 357510

OS Grid: SH511575

Mapcode National: GBR 5L.90GT

Mapcode Global: WH54S.3H0F

Entry Name: Glan Gors

Listing Date: 28 May 1999

Last Amended: 28 May 1999

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 21806

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Located approximately 0.5km north-east of Rhosgadfan close to and below the no-through road from Tyn Lwyn to Hafod Owen; rubblestone wall to road with slate path leading to cottage.

County: Gwynedd

Town: Caernarfon

Community: Llanwnda

Community: Llanwnda

Locality: Rhosgadfan

Traditional County: Caernarfonshire

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History

Shown on the 1839 Tithe Map, the smallholding was probably established in the early C19; the attached cowhouse now forms part of the domestic accommodation.

Exterior

Cottage. Single-storey 2-room plan, aligned roughly north-east to south-west with cowhouse (now part of the cottage) attached to the south-west gable end. Painted rubblestone; slate roofs. Cottage has C20 four-paned sashes to either side of slightly offset boarded door; rendered integral end stacks, that to left larger. The former cowhouse is slightly set down and set back and has 4 glass lights directly below ridge.

Interior

Interior not accessible for inspection at time of Survey.

Reasons for Listing

Included, despite conversion of the cowhouse to domestic use, as a good example of a well-restored early C19 smallholder's cottage built in the characteristic vernacular style of the region, and which retains its traditional form and character.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Tyn Llwyn
    Situated approximately 0.5km north of Rhosgadfan on its own in pasture fields at the head of the no-through road to Bod Owen; low rubblestone wall in front.
  • II Cae'r Gors
    Located on the left side of the road from Rhostryfan to the crossroads in Rhosgadfan, the cottage has a low rubblestone wall to the front and a high rubblestone wall with iron gate to the road.
  • II Rhosgadfan House
    Located at the end of a short driveway by sharp bend on the road between Rhosgadfan and Rhostryfan; the cottage has a low rubble wall (mainly drystone) to front.
  • II Tyddyn-Difyr and associated field walls
    Situated in isolated location above and to the north-east of Rhosgadfan on moorland edge within its own drystone-walled small field system, reached by a rough track from the road.
  • II Drystone-walled Field System at Tan-y-braich
    Set in a remote moorland location enclosing smallholder's cottage and attached cowhouse.
  • II Tan-y-braich
    Located in a remote moorland position within its own remarkably regular and well-preserved small field system; a small open hay barn sits directly behind the cottage.
  • II Tegfan and adjoining cottage to right
    Situated on south-east side of road in Rhosgadfan; rubblestone wall in front to pavement, original stone-on-edge coping mostly replaced with concrete finials and horizontal steel railing; iron gate to
  • II Gorphwysfa
    Situated on the east side of the road between Rhosgadfan and Y Fron, the cottage is set in the rear right corner of a roughly rectangular enclosure with rubblestone walls, lower and topped with spear-

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