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Latitude: 51.8279 / 51°49'40"N
Longitude: -4.7411 / 4°44'27"W
OS Eastings: 211211
OS Northings: 217923
OS Grid: SN112179
Mapcode National: GBR CW.W2MW
Mapcode Global: VH2NZ.RBY1
Entry Name: Grondre House
Listing Date: 10 April 2004
Last Amended: 10 February 2004
Source ID: 82467
Location: Approximately 1.5km SW of Clynderwen, within a holiday park reached by private drive on the W side of the A478.
Community: Clynderwen (Clunderwen)
Traditional County: Pembrokeshire
A mid C19 Georgian-style house with some Tudor detailing, built on the site of a farmstead shown here on the 1837 Tithe map. The house is first shown on the 1889 Ordnance Survey. Walls were rendered in the late C20.
A 2-storey 3-bay house of rendered walls, double-gabled slate roof, in the valley of which and to the R side of which are 2 pairs of stacks with tall barley-twist shafts. The symmetrical E entrance front has central porch with replaced double doors and blind loop in the gable. Windows are margin-lit 12-pane sashes under Tudor-Gothic hood moulds. In each gable is a blind loop. The 3-bay S front has tall cross windows R and L with marginal glazing, and sash windows in the upper storey, similar to the front. The 3-bay rear is also similar to the front, with a replaced door to a central porch, French door lower L and cross window lower R. In the upper storey is a 2-pane sash window to the L in an original opening, and margin-lit 12-pane sashes to the centre and R.
The service block is on the N side. It comprises a 2-window single-storey wing set back from the main E front, which has a replaced door and single over 6-pane sash windows. Behind it is a parallel 2-storey wing, which has a single margin-lit 12-pane sash window in a gabled half dormer to the E. On the W side, which is set back from the rear of the main house, it has a 12-pane margin-lit sash window in the lower storey, a similar window upper R and 2-pane sash window upper centre.
Listed for its special architectural interest as a small C19 country house retaining original character.
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