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Ty Charles

A Grade II Listed Building in Crucorney (Crucornau Fawr), Monmouthshire

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Latitude: 51.908 / 51°54'28"N

Longitude: -3.0141 / 3°0'50"W

OS Eastings: 330335

OS Northings: 223757

OS Grid: SO303237

Mapcode National: GBR F5.PYTN

Mapcode Global: VH78T.P9YP

Plus Code: 9C3RWX5P+59

Entry Name: Ty Charles

Listing Date: 7 November 2002

Last Amended: 7 November 2002

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 27087

Building Class: Domestic

Location: About 600 metres NE of Cwmyoy church, reached by track which begins at Pen-y-Wern.

County: Monmouthshire

Community: Crucorney (Crucornau Fawr)

Community: Crucorney

Locality: Cwmyoy

Traditional County: Monmouthshire

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Mid C17 yeoman farmers house, in the C19 the windows were enlarged (small-pane wooden glazing), and C17 partition replaced; C19 partition since removed.
At the end of the C18, the house was let on a lease for life to John Williams, and sub-let to William Prosser at £20 per annum.


House. Downslope sited. Two storeys. Stone walls, thick slate roof.
Square chimney at upper (west) end of house. To NW, roof slope continues over small block with lobby and out-room; ground floor window to L of outer door. Original doorway (inside lobby) faces N, and has C17 wooden frame with ovolo mouldings. East gable end has window to each floor. West elevation has C19 Gable with window to each floor.


Beyond original doorway, ground floor is now a single room. Stop-chamfered beams; those to N of better quality; some broad floorboards in ceiling. Fireplace with C19 brick bread oven. To R of fireplace stone spiral stair with original broad-boarded door which opens into recess; handrail at top of stairs probably C19 copy. Old roof structure with principal rafters turned to increase roof space. Old re-used timbers to window lintels.

Reasons for Listing

A mid C17 farmhouse retaining much of its overall character.

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  • II* Ty-Hwnt-y-Bwlch Farmhouse
    Impressively sited on steeply sloping ground uphill from Cwmyoy Church on the eastern slopes of the Vale of Ewyas; reached via a track from Penywern Farm. Retains stone forecourt wall and boundary wa
  • II Barn at Ty-Hwnt-y-Bwlch Farm
    Set into the steep slope to north-east and downhill from Ty Hwnt-y-Bwlch Farmhouse. The farm lies approximately 1km uphill from Cwmyoy Church on the eastern slopes of the Vale of Ewyas; reached via
  • II Stables at Ty-Hwnt-y-Bwlch Farm
    Set into slope immediately opposite the farmhouse and within its forecourt. The farm lies approximately 1km uphill from Cwmyoy Church on the eastern slopes of the Vale of Ewyas; reached via a track f
  • II Tomb of Daniel (Chandler?) at Church of St Martin
    About 20 m east of the chancel of the Church of St Martin.
  • I Church of St Martin
    In the centre of Cwmyoy village on the east slope of the Vale of Ewyas. It stands in a churchyard with a fine collection of well cut memorials.
  • II Cross in St Martin's Churchyard
    10m south of the porch of the Church of St Martin.
  • II Daren Uchaf Farmhouse
    On the eastern flank of the Vale of Eywas about 2km south of Llanthony and approached by a rough track from the road.
  • II Outhouse/Detached Kitchen at Coed Farm
    About 10m west of Coed Farmhouse.

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