CPAT Regional Sites & Monuments Record
PRN 8787 - Pentre Lludw House Site
NGR :- SH940034 (SH90SW)
Unitary authority :- Powys
Community :- Llanbrynmair
Prefered site type :- Post Medieval ? - House (Building - Near destroyed )
Derilict house site with associated buildings in occasional use (CPAT site visit, 1978). Shown and named as Pentre Lludw on the OS 6" 1891 and 1963 maps.
A small farmstead consisting of a two-storey gabled rubble-stone cow shed and a small gabled rubble-stone ruinous house. The farmstead has a dry stone wall enclosure wall forming two small yards to the south-west and south-east of the buildings. There is a
small spinney composed mainly of coniferous trees to the south of the house.
The south facing elevation of the house has a central doorway with a large square window to its west and evidence of a similar window to the east. Some ceiling laths remain attached to the underside of the lintels above the door and west window. The east
facing gable and north facing elevation survive to a height of some 1m with no evidence of any external openings. The west facing gable would have formed part of the east facing elevation of the cow shed. However, this section of the cowshed is missing. No
roof survives although there is evidence to suggest that it had a slate covering. (CPAT Tir Gofal assessment, 2003)
CPAT visit form , 1978 , ,
Maxfield, C E , 2003 , ,
Maxfield, C E , 2003 , Dolau, Llanerfyl - E/08/3328: Tir Gofal Historic Environment Report - HE2 , CPAT Report 570 September 2003 .
Visit CPAT / 1978(31/10/1978) - Pasture
Visit CPAT / 2003(09/09/2003) -
, last updated 16/07/2004
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Clwyd Powys Archaeological Trust, Curatorial Section, 7a Church Street, Welshpool, Powys SY21 7DL.
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