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Courtyard walls and outbuilding to rear of Rectory

A Grade II Listed Building in Llaneilian, Isle of Anglesey

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.4064 / 53°24'23"N

Longitude: -4.2991 / 4°17'56"W

OS Eastings: 247262

OS Northings: 392417

OS Grid: SH472924

Mapcode National: GBR HMRP.PH1

Mapcode Global: WH421.XMZY

Entry Name: Courtyard walls and outbuilding to rear of Rectory

Listing Date: 24 January 2001

Last Amended: 24 January 2001

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 24552

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Set back from the N side of a lane which runs E off the country road between the villages of Llaneilian and Pengorffwysfa; c550m SSE of the Church of St Eilian. The courtyard is to the rear (W) of th

County: Isle of Anglesey

Community: Llaneilian

Community: Llaneilian

Traditional County: Anglesey

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History

Early C19, probably contemporary with the main part of the rectory building.

Exterior

Formed in the angle of the L-shaped plan of rectory and service wing. Walls extend W from the end of the rectory and N from the end of the service wing range to form an enclosed rectangular yard; rubble built courtyard buildings are aligned along the W wall. In the NW corner of the courtyard is a square building with a pyramidal slate roof, possibly a former privy or game larder; the single doorway has a shallow cambered head with rough stone voussoirs and above the doorway is a single window with ventilation grille. To the L (S) is a single pitch roofed outbuilding with doorway offset to the R (N) end and window with ventilation grille in the S wall. To the L of the buildings are a series of goose holes under slate slabs which extend back into the courtyard wall; entrance to the courtyard is L of the goose pens with steps down to the slab floor of the main courtyard area, the courtyard buildings set at a higher level with paved area to front. There is another entrance to the courtyard offset to the E end of the N wall; this leads out to the privy block to the N of the rectory.

Interior

Interior not inspected at the time of the survey.

Reasons for Listing

Included as an integral part of the contemporary group at the Rectory.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Rectory
    Set back from the N side of a lane which runs E off the country road between the villages of Llaneilian and Pengorffwysfa; c550m SSE of the Church of St Eilian.
  • II Privy block at Rectory
    Set back from the N side of a lane which runs E off the country road between the villages of Llaneilian and Pengorffwysfa; c550m SSE of the Church of St Eilian. The privy block is directly to the N o
  • II Garden wall, railings and gates at Rectory
    Set back from the N side of a lane which runs E off the country road between the villages of Llaneilian and Pengorffwysfa; c550m SSE of the Church of St Eilian. The garden is to the front (E) of the
  • II Tan y Fynwent
    Set well back from the NE side of the country road leading through the village of Llaneilian; Tan y Fynwent is along a small trackway and lies c 25m ESE of the church of St Eilian
  • II Lychgate to S entrance of Church of St Eilian
    Located at the southern entrance to the churchyard to the Church of St Eilian; directly S of the SW porch.
  • II Cross in churchyard of Church of St Eilian
    Located in the churchyard directly to S of the W tower of the Church of St Eilian.
  • I Church of St Eilian
    In Llaneilian village, set in a large rectangular churchyard with stone boundary walls and two sets of gates to south and west.
  • II Lychgate at W entrance to Church of St Eilian
    Located at the western entrance to the churchyard to the Church of St Eilian.

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