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Plas-is-llan East Agricultural Range (now Domestic Units)

A Grade II Listed Building in Cwm, Denbighshire

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Latitude: 53.2836 / 53°17'0"N

Longitude: -3.4196 / 3°25'10"W

OS Eastings: 305452

OS Northings: 377226

OS Grid: SJ054772

Mapcode National: GBR 4ZKG.GN

Mapcode Global: WH76G.FQVM

Entry Name: Plas-is-llan East Agricultural Range (now Domestic Units)

Listing Date: 16 November 1962

Last Amended: 11 January 2002

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 26093

Building Class: Domestic

Location: To east side of forecourt of Plas-is-llan.

County: Denbighshire

Community: Cwm

Community: Cwm

Locality: Dyserth

Traditional County: Flintshire

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Apparently part of the original formal layout of Plas-is-llan and therefore likely to be contemporary with the house which is dated 1765. The original purpose served by this building is no longer apparent, but it may have been stabling.

Two domestic units have recently been formed from this redundant building.


A large building in Flemish Bond red brickwork with a restored slate roof and coped gables. South gable wall rebuilt. Fenestration altered, but many slit ventilators retained. Four roof lights towards house, two in opposite slope. Metal heating flues, no chimneys.

The west elevation (i.e. the front, facing Plas-is-llan) retains three first-storey windows of small size with deeply cambered arches, all with new frames; four similar on the east elevation. The doors and windows of the ground storey are all new, but traces of two door positions, walled up in brick, are visible.


Converted into two two-storey domestic units.

Reasons for Listing

An early farm building in brickwork and an essential part of the composition with Plas-is-llan farmhouse.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II* Plas-is-llan
    About 1 km west of Cwm Parish Church. The house faces south to a small stone-walled forecourt, and is flanked by its barns
  • II Plas-is-llan West Agricultural Range
    To west side of forecourt of Plan-is-llan
  • II Tir-hwch Farmhouse
    At north-east side of a minor road about 400 m south-west of Plas-is-llan; small farmyard to south with a partly lofted range of agricultural buildings at right-angles to the house.
  • II Tan-llan Farmhouse Range
    At south side of the Cwm to Rhyl road, about 600 m west of Cwm Parish Church. Compact group of house and outbuilding; detached barn at right angles to rear, shed at front against boundary wall.
  • II* Pentre Cwm
    At the fork of the Cwm Road and the minor road to Marian Cwm, near the southern fringe of the village of Dyserth. Terracing and retaining walls of site much altered in recent restorations. Former farm
  • II* Church of Saints Mael and Sulien
    In the village of Cwm, 0.5 km east of the Cwm (Dyserth to Rhuallt) road. Stone churchyard wall with gate at west. The Vicarage site encroaches on the churchyard at south, and shares the roadside wall.
  • II* Hooded tomb in the churchyard of Saints Mael and Sulien
    Adjacent to the south wall of the St Mael & St Sulien's church.
  • II Ty Cerrig
    Adjacent to the Parish Church on the south-east side

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