Small animal shed at Groes Las
A Grade II Listed Building in Harlech, Gwynedd
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Latitude: 52.8467 / 52°50'48"N
Longitude: -4.1141 / 4°6'50"W
OS Eastings: 257723
OS Northings: 329779
OS Grid: SH577297
Mapcode National: GBR 5Q.SP41
Mapcode Global: WH55Z.SQ31
Plus Code: 9C4QRVWP+M9
Entry Name: Small animal shed at Groes Las
Listing Date: 24 October 2003
Last Amended: 24 October 2003
Source ID: 81854
Building Class: Agriculture and Subsistence
Location: Alongside the cowshed, at right angles to it and built against rising ground.
Built-Up Area: Harlech
Traditional County: Merionethshire
Small animal shed. A low single storeyed, single bay building. Mortared rough quarry-dressed rubble walls and random slate roof. Single doorway in wall facing cowshed.
Remains of rough stone stall divider, and timber feed-rack against rear wall.
Reasons for Listing
Included as a minor element in the remarkably complete traditional farmstead group at Groes las.
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Farm-buildings at Groes Las
Towards the centre of the farmyard enclosure at Groes Las.
Out-kitchen and pigsty at Groes Las
At the S end of the farmyard enclosure at Groes Las.
c 75km N of Llanfair, on the R hand side of the minor road to Harlech which runs to the E of, and parallel to, the A496. The house is separated from the farmyard by a roughly walled garden enclosure.
Tan y Buarth and Prysg
Set alongside the W side of the road leading up the hill N out of the village of Llanfair; just to N of the turn off to the Pant-yr-onnen estate.
Hammel at Llandanwg
Set at the NNW side of the road leading SW off the A496 to Llandanwg; the barn is close to the junction with the A496 and directly NE of an associated barn.
Barn at Llandanwg
Set at the NNW side of the road leading SW off the A496 to Llandanwg; the barn is close to the junction with the A496 and directly SW of an associated hammel.
Located towards the southern boundary of the town, sited below the lane with commanding views across the Morfa; accessed via a short track from the lane and set behind low rubble forecourt walls.
Set at the NE side of the main road through the village of Llanfair which forms a loop off the A496. Ty Mawr is to L of the entrance to the Church of St Mary.