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DOCUMENT NO 279 December 2015

A.P.A.C. Ltd.
Archaeological Perspectives Analysis Consultancy

ARCHAEOLOGICAL

REPORT

Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf Farm

Level III, BUILDING RECORDING SURVEY

Caerphilly County Council

Planning Application No’s: 12/0271/FULL

Initial preparation: MR A.O. PHILLIPS


Final: DR N PHILLIPS
07/December/2015
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Summary

APAC Ltd was contacted by the client in order to undertake a Level III building recording
survey of an existing farmhouse and barns.

The farmhouse in question is to be renovated, with the barns to be converted to provide


three residential dwellings

The client was instructed to arrange for a building recording survey by Caerphilly
County Borough Council (CCBC).

APAC Ltd produced a Written Scheme of Investigation, which was approved and the
survey was undertaken.

This document comprises the Level III building recording survey as required.

The earliest documented date for the farm house is 18th century but typologically the
original building could be 17th century.

The survey was able to identify three distinct phases of building for the farm house
complex and two phases for the barn complex.

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The Ordnance Survey has granted A.P.A.C. Ltd a Copyright Licence (No. 100046577) to reproduce map information; Copyright remains
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Cover Plate: DSC08941 External house, east gable end elevation. Door D1, windows W1, W2, W6, W7

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Contents

Summary .......................................................................................................................................... 1
Contents ........................................................................................................................................... 2
Figures .............................................................................................................................................. 3
Introduction ...................................................................................................................................... 5
Location of the Site .......................................................................................................................... 5
Geology & Topography ................................................................................................................... 6
Brief archaeological and historical background............................................................................... 6
Aims and Objectives ........................................................................................................................ 7
Archive ........................................................................................................................................... 14
Copyright ....................................................................................................................................... 15
Health & Safety:............................................................................................................................. 15
Project Management ...................................................................................................................... 15
Resources: ...................................................................................................................................... 16
Bibliography and References: ........................................................................................................ 17

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Figures

01 Site Location map


02 1833 Ordnance Survey
03 2015 LIDAR
04 1838 Tithe
05 1886 Ordnance Survey
06 1914 Sale plan
07 1948 Ordnance Survey
08 2015 Ordnance Survey
09 Farmhouse phase & plans
10 Building locations
11 Farmhouse phase elevations
12 Barn 2 phase & plans

Survey photo cards

01 External house, east gable end elevation. Door D1, windows W1, W2, W6, W7
02 External house, detail, window W7
03 External house, north facing front elevation. door D7, windows W5, W10
04 External house, stone window W5 and buttress
05 External house, stone doorway D7External house, detail, window W7
06 External house, buttresses, butt joints and door D7
07 External house, buttresses and butt joints
08 External house, west gable end. Window W12
09 External house, Joint on build. Windows W4, W9, W12
10 External house, west elevation, joint on build. Windows, W3, W4, W8, W9
11 External house, buttress southern gable end. Windows W1, W6
12 Internal house, east elevation, hall. Doors D1, D2, D4
13 Internal house, east elevation, hall floor. Doors D1, D2, D4
14 Internal house, modern kitchen. Doors D5, D6 window W4
15 External house, modern bathroom, Door D6, window W3
16 Internal house, modern kitchen
17 Internal house living room, flagstone floor
18 Internal house living room 1, southern gable end, east wall, W1, stairwell and fireplace
19 Internal house living room 1, southern gable end, fireplace with modern wood burner and
cupboard
20 Internal house, southern gable end, detail, stair recess. Door D3
21 Internal house living room, southern gable end. Detail in cupboard
22 Internal house living room, chamfered beams, ceiling furniture. Window W1
23 Internal house, living room 2, north wing, north elevation fireplace
24 Internal house, living room 2, north wing, east corner, east elevation, window W2
25 Internal house, downward shot of stair
26 Internal house, upstairs hallway/stair, chimney stack
27 Internal house, upstairs hallway/stair, chimney stack detail, ash finish
28 Internal house, bedroom 1, stairwell and exposed chimney stack, door D8
29 Internal house, bedroom 1, stairwell and exposed chimney
30 Internal house, bedroom 1, window and panelling, W8
31 Internal house, bedroom 2, wall panelling. Door D9, window W6
32 Internal house, bedroom 2 west elevation window W9
33 Internal house, landing. Doors D8, D9
34 Internal house, bedroom 3, door to landing D9
35 Internal house, bedroom 2 ceiling phases
36 Internal storage, stable floor
37 Internal storage, stable furnishings

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38 Internal storage, ceiling collard truss


39 Internal storage, stable door D10
40 Internal storage, blocked in window W11
41 External barn, east elevation. Doors D1, D4. Windows W1, W8
42 External barn, east elevation. Doors D1, D4. Windows W1, W8
43 External Barn, south gable end, west elevation. Door D6
44 External barn longshot west elevation, north gable. Door D6, windows W4, W5
45 External barn, west elevation, stable window W4
46 Internal barn, west gable end and door D2. Window W3
47 Internal barn, south elevation, ceiling beams
48 Internal barn, north elevation, ceiling beams. Door D3. Windows W3, W7 (blocked in)
49 Internal barn, threshing floor from door D2
50 Internal barn, west elevation, window slit, Door D2, window W2
51 Internal barn, east elevation, window W1
52 Internal barn, north gable end blocked in window W7.
53 Internal barn, doorway into stable, door D3
54 Internal barn, top floor above stable, blocked in window W6
55 Internal barn, south gable end, stable floor/furniture, star door D3
56 Internal barn, stable floor/furniture. Window W5
57 Internal barn, stable floor/furniture. Window W4
58 External laundry building southern gable end and front of building
59 External east, cold storage wall
60 Internal laundry building northern gable end, brick fireplace of yellow brick, chimney yellow
brick, All infill not original
61 Internal laundry building, southern gable end, cast iron lintel
62 Internal laundry building, northern gable end, copper wash basin
63 External laundry building, north gable end
64 External south elevation pigsty

Appendix

Complete photograph list & contact sheet

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Introduction

This report results from a planning application for the proposed renovation of an existing farmhouse and the conversion
of barns to provide two residential dwellings.

Glamorgan Gwent Archaeological Trust (GGAT); archaeological advisors to the council, noted the farm complex as
having a potential for archaeological issues, based on the fact that the building was recorded on the First Series
Ordnance Survey of 1830, (CAE278/JBHD).

GGAT advised Caerphilly County Borough Council (CCBC) that the proposed work would require archaeological
mitigation:

No site works shall be undertaken until the implementation of an appropriate programme of


building recording and analysis has been agreed with the local Planning Authority, to be
carried out by a specialist acceptable to the Local Planning Authority and in accordance
with an agreed written brief and specification.

Reason: As the building is of architectural and cultural significance the specified records
are required to mitigate impact

No development shall take place until the applicant, or their agents or successors in title,
has secured the implementation of a programme of archaeological work in accordance with
a written scheme of investigation which has been submitted by the applicant and approved
in writing by the local planning authority

Reason: To identify and record any features of archaeological interest discovered during
the works, in order to mitigate the impact of the works on the archaeological resource.

CAE0278/JBHD

APAC Ltd, was contracted to produce the Written Scheme of Investigation (WSI) for a programme of archaeological
work which was compiled; (WSI:BSWB/BK/15), based on information provided by the clients agent and CCBC
Planning portal, Planning Application 12/0271/FULL

The WSI was approved as “fit for purpose” and the subsequent building survey took place on 12th October 2015 and
the 19th October 2015.

This document, initially prepared by Mr A O Phillips, and completed by Dr N Phillips, APAC Ltd, is the report of the
building survey.

Location of the Site

The location of the site: NGR 318732 197938, is to the south east of the village of Oakdale, Caerphilly, and can be
gained from the M4, junction 27 from Newport, fig01.

From junction 27, turn northwest onto the A467, follow this road passing Risca, Crosskeys, and continue towards
Newbridge.

At Newbridge turn left onto the A472, follow this till towards a roundabout and take the second exit onto the A4048,
towards Oakdale.

At Oakdale, take a right turn onto Syr-dafydd Avenue, followed by a second left on onto Maesygarn Road and a 4th
exit right which leads to Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf Farm

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Geology & Topography

The bedrock geology description for the farms location reads:

Grovesend Formation - Mudstone, Siltstone and Sandstone. Sedimentary Bedrock formed


approximately 307 to 309 million years ago in the Carboniferous Period. Local environment
previously dominated by rivers.
(BGS 2015)

The location is a ridge top running south-west/north-east with the farm complex situated atop a rounded cleft at the
north eastern end.

The land is currently pasture for horses which are stabled there, the domestic buildings in disrepair and the barns
used for storage and stabling.

Brief archaeological and historical background

The name Llys-Pentwyn Uchaf, translates to:

Llys, usually a court and/or a historical medieval building which functioned as a small settlement in its own
right. (CAE0278/JBHD).
Pen, top, head, end, chief, supreme.
Twyn, hill, hillock, knoll.
Uchaf, highest, maximum, superior.
(University of Wales). http://www.geiriadur.net/

The name therefore, may be a reference to much earlier administrative or defensive structure in the location, to which
the farm is merely the latest structural survivor.

Unfortunately, there is no known evidence for this other than the name, however the topography of the site could be
considered supportive of such a position.

The earliest cartographic evidence comes from the 1833 First Series Ordnance Survey Map, Sheet 36, which gives
the farm’s full name and shows the farm complex at the north eastern end of an enclosed orchard, fig 02.

The hachures of the map clearly depict the terrain; the farm complex is located above the centre of a steep ‘U’ shaped
slope at the end of a ridge whilst to the north west and south east are further steep slopes.

There is nothing of note to the south west however, the edge of the orchard even today drops into a slight curvilinear,
running into a linear depression as can be seen in the LIDAR image of the area fig 03.

A more illustrative depiction of the farm layout is given on the 1839, Tithe map; clearly showing the position of the
house bottom right, and the barn top left, fig 04.

Note that the house is ‘L; shaped and the barn has a fairly indistinct half division, whilst other buildings are shown
to the north, north east and west of the farm house.

A more illustrative depiction of the farm layout is given on the 1886, First Edition map fig 05; clearly showing the
position of the house bottom right, and the barn top left.

Other structures worth noting are the garden path and garden (right), two buildings to the north; a pigsty and a wash
house, (laundry), both of which still stand.

A new building has been erected in the south west corner whilst the structure between the farm house and the barn
has been removed.

A plan of the property was produced for its sale in 1914 which includes all of the buildings of value at that time, fig
06.

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On the plan the farm house is shown with a squared enclosure at the south west corner, the three buildings to the
north and north east are included, the barn has a clear division at the northern end and the south western barn showed
no change.

There were not many changes over the intervening years between 1886 and 1948, fig 07; what there are can be limited
to the possible dilapidation of the south west barn and a less defined garden.

There is one interesting omission; the ‘squared enclosure at the south west corner’ of the farm house listed first in
1914, omitted in 1948 but currently a kitchen/bathroom block.

The final map in the progression is the current Ordnance Survey Map and this shows a schematic plan of the building
footprints, fig 08.

Clearly there has been a lot of new buildings added over the last 67 years, mostly to the south west, but also north
west, north and north east.

The farm house itself has also lost its ‘L’ shape, becoming a rectangular shape.

The earliest documentation for Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf Farm is contained in a marriage document between Rev
Wyndam Lewis of New House, Llanishen, Glamorganshire and Mary Price of Park, Glamorganshire, dated 1768.

The document lists ‘Leys Pen Twyn parish Myinddysloin’ Monmouthshire, under ‘Other property mentioned’, GA
D.298.3/1.

The burial of Mary Lewis of New House, Llanishen is recorded in 1798 suggesting that the couple did not live at the
farm, ibid.

The folder also contains a series of leasing deeds up to 1807, mentioning the holder; Thomas Lewis of New House,
Llanishen, which further suggests that the farm was tenanted.

The HER report 5133, for 500m around the site produced only four CORE records one of which was for a 20th c
Public House, Listed Building 21512 II and another was a duplicated entry.

The more relevant entries therefore were:

Penmaen Farmhouse. LB.1888 II. PRN 03177g post medieval 17th c.


Cyncoed Farm Cottage LB 1902 II. PRN 04358g post medieval 16th/17th c. (duplicate 03656g)

Concentrating on the farm complex, GGAT advised that the layout of the buildings possibly suggest an ‘Early period,
Welsh Longhouse’ however the survey found little to support this view.

Aims and Objectives

The aim of the level III survey was to preserve by record the structure of the buildings, prior to renovation and
conversion and in so doing, provide a facility for understanding the building’s historic development.

The record produced can then be used to guide the determination of the planning condition as to the final design of
refurbishment.

Methodology

The building survey followed the methodology defined in 5.2, Understanding Historic Buildings: a guide to good
recording practise (English heritage 2006). The methodology employed was also guided by the: Standards and
Guidance for the Archaeological Investigation and Recording of Standing Buildings or Structures (IFA 1996, revised
edition 2013).

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All photographs were taken using tripod mounted digital cameras: a Sony DSC F828 and a Canon EOS Ti Rebel with
data recorded in both RAW and Jpeg format.

The photographic record of the site includes general views of the exterior, the overall appearance of principle structure
and circulation areas, external and internal detail relevant to the properties design and development.

All photographs include a scale rod where possible or practical.

Photographs illustrative of the survey are produced as annotated “photo cards” in the report.

All photographs from the survey are included as a contact sheet in appendix I.

Measurements were made during the survey using both hand steel tape and a Lecia Disto 510, in order to supplement
supplied paper drawings; however, the initial site work uncovered some discrepancies with the somewhat generic
drawings supplied.

Due to the discrepancies with the supplied plans, a laser survey was undertaken to produce the existing floor plans for
this report, because the findings of the survey, directly influenced the interpretation of the phasing fig 09.

The external relative locations of the relevant buildings, fig 10 and the external floor plan and eaves of the farm house
were surveyed using a Topcon GPT 3007 reflector-less Total Station.

The data collected was initially processed in CivilCad and transferred into Autocad to be drawn up.

The elevation drawings supplied by the architect were adapted and annotated, purely as an aide to locate features as
described in the text.

This report also comprises a written element as defined in 4.5, Understanding Historic Buildings, A Guide to Good
Recording Practise (English Heritage 2006).

Data Presentation

Data referred to within the text is included in the Figures (fig##), Photo cards. (PH##).

Room names used in the text are listed in fig 09 and buildings are listed in the location plan, fig 10.

Windows are listed as W# and doors D#, also figs 09.

General external description Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf.

The property consists of a series of buildings separated into three main areas, most of which are outside the interest
of this survey.

The two building structures for which the survey was requested are; fig 10, the farm house, attached barn and lean-
to centre bottom right and the long barns a & b to the top left.

The farm house with barn is two storeys, aligned northeast south west, with an attached barn and single storey lean-
to to the rear.

To the east is a former garden, north the yard, west farm buildings and south a former orchard.

The long barn, also aligned northeast south west, is made up of two separate buildings a & b with various lean-tos
and attached sheds.

In addition to the above buildings mentioned in the condition, one of the clients requested the inclusion of two small
structures to the north east; a laundry building and a former pigsty.

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External description farm house and barn

The front of the farm house is the eastern elevation comprising two ground floor windows: W1 & W2, two 1st floor
windows: W6 & W7 and a porch leading to D1, PL01.

The elevation has been rendered and painted but two areas of exposed masonry, PL02 reveal rough coursed stone
construction.

The roof is covered with slate and the ridge slopes down each side of a point to the right of centre, which coincides
with the edge of an inserted gable end.

There is a single, replacement brick chimney stack at the southern gable end, left.

The porch, a brick structure with segmental arch, is a later addition to the property and not represented on any of the
mapping.

The window types are all wood framed; three sash W1, W2 & W7 with one casement W6 and all set in segmental
arch openings with stone sills.

The two windows on the left: W1 & W6 however differ to those on the right: W2 and W7 in that the latter two have
ornamental brick reveal quoins.

All the windows differ in size although W1 & W2 are the same width.

The brick ornamentation is continued at the right corner of the building to give the impression of quoin stones.

The difference in decoration, sizes in windows and the drop of the roof ridge suggest that the right portion of the
elevation under and including the gable end are later additions to the original building to the left.

The northern elevation, PL03, shows the end of the interpreted addition to the main house complete with external
chimney stack but no chimney and a two storey barn with a single door D7 and two windows W5 & W10.

Starting with the left corner (northeast) the decorative brick quoins and painted render, continue to the chimney stack
which stands some 330mm proud of the wall.

The stack itself has the same decorative brick quoins, however the structure is of two types of construction with small
rough coursed rubble for the lower 1.5m and coursed with squared stone with rough rubble for the upper courses.

The head of the stack has been capped with a stone slab and the slate roof shows signs of repair at this point.

Some 500mm to the right of the chimney stack is a vertical line in the lime wash.

This line marks a joint between the building to the left and the older barn to the right, which is a further emphasised
by the difference in construction: squared coursed to rough coursed and the more overt difference in roofing material.

The upper window: W10 is a later insert, framed in brick, whilst the lower is similar to W6, see above and set into a
stone segmental arch, Pl04.

The door D7 looks to be original; set under a stone segmental arch, PL05 and fitted with a wood frame cut to fit a
stone base on the right of the door, PL06.

The entire wall of the barn bows outwards, hence the two buttresses, PL07.

Continuing around the outside of the building, the next aspect is the western gable end of the barn; a relatively plain
structure with a single four lite, wooden framed, fixed window: W12, at first floor height, P08.

Window: W12, has a stone segmental arch and stone lintel; as with W5 but has been reduced in size, with six courses
of brick infill above the lintel.

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The wall has large squared quoins at the northern corner but the southern corner is tongued as if something has been
added and then removed, PL09.

Plate PL09 shows the rear of the house and barn which with the exception of the 1914 sale plan, fig 06 and modern
Ordnance Survey map, fig 08, formed an internal 90° corner.

The existing space is filled with a brick and stone structure which isn’t shown until after 1948, fig 05 although as
stated above the 1914 plan records something.

Also of interest in PL 09 is the bow in the barn wall which can be seen along the guttering and the partial window:
W9, in the east elevation of the house.

The new single storey structure, which has been built within the angle of the two buildings, has a single pitch slate
roof, and is constructed of coursed stone, decorated with brick quoins and window reveals W3 & W4, identical to
those at the north east corner of the main building, PL10.

The portion of the west wall not obscured by the single story structure is completely rendered and therefore shows no
detail.

The two 1st floor windows: W8 & W9 appear to have been of similar size but both open to the eaves unlike the
contemporary window W6 on the east elevation.

The roof above this elevation is stone tiled.

The final part of the circuit is the southern gable end, which was difficult to photograph due to the surrounding trees
of the orchard.

The only exposed part of the southern gable end is the upper part which has been rendered.

The lower section of the structure however, is obscured by an enormous tapering buttress of stone 3.5m high, 5m wide
and 2m deep at the base, PL11.

Internal description farm house and barn

Ground Floor

The house has a single entry through the porch, PL01 opening into a narrow passage, PL12, which retains partial
squared flag stone flooring, PL13.

On entering the passage, to the south (right in PL13 & PL14) is a tongue and grove wooden partition with access to
living room 1 by way of door D2.

To the north, (left in PL13 & PL14) is the former external wall which now forms a party wall with Living room 2,
accessed by door D4.

At the far end of the passage is an exit through the original western elevation, D5, PL14, which leads to the more
modern kitchen, PL15 and bathroom addition PL16.

Living room 1 features an intact flagstone floor, PL17, a single window, a stone spiral staircase, PL18, a fireplace and
a further recess, PL19.

The single window: W1, facing south east is low and splayed.

The stone stairwell is within the thickness of the gable end with a recess cut into the end wall to improve for access
for larger items of furniture or possibly funerary requirements, PL20.

The fire place is also within the gable wall; the original was wider and higher than the current infill shown in plates
18 & 19, as the vertical and horizontal undulation of the surface attests.

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To the right of the fire place, PL19 is a further recess, recently used to house the boiler from the wood burner but
originally for a different purpose; possibly a bread oven, a window or a gable entry door.

The evidence for a blocked doorway or window can be seen beneath the cement render at the rear of the recess PL21.

Unfortunately, the enormous buttress mentioned above hides the outside of the gable end and any evidence which
could confirm or disprove these speculations.

These features described above, in isolation do not really amount to much but collected together they form a typical
post-medieval, regional style house of two room plan, (Fox & Raglan, pp 46-48. Vol II. 1994).

The ceiling of the room is worth mentioning, although, at present the majority of the surface is hidden under ‘Artex’
coated covering.

A single beam does however protrude and there are 3 pairs of iron rings for a rack system. PL22.

Living room 2 is situated to the north of the passage; an unremarkable room with its floor removed, fireplace bricked
up, PL23 and its sawn timber ceiling joists exposed, PL24.

1st Floor

The 1st floor is accessed from the stairwell in living room 1, which turns through 180° within a space of just under
1.9m x 800mm.

Plate 25 shows the treads pattern from the first floor and also illustrates the curve of the recess left.

At the top of the stairs is a large chamfered stone at ceiling height, which juts out from the chimney breast; actually
the west wall of the stair well, PL 26 & PL27.

The purpose of the stone is not understood.

At the top of the landing the original single space above living room 1 and the passage, has been divided into two
bedrooms by the insertion of wooden dividing walls.

Plate 26 shows the start of the divider for bedroom 1, which starts from the chimney breast before it offsets to the
south, PL28 and then turns north to parallel the east wall.

Within bedroom 1 is a cast iron fire surround, PL29 and a single window W8 with a recess to the wall plate.

The ceiling is lath and plaster at the tie beam leaving the lower truss exposed to the wall plate PL30.

Bedroom 2 is again constructed from wooden partition, PL31 and has a single window W9 which shows a novel way
of dealing with the addition of the kitchen block pitched roof, PL 32.

As with Bedroom 1 the ceiling is again lath and plaster at the tie beam leaving the lower truss exposed to the wall
plate.

The wooden partition for bedrooms 1 and 2 forms a passage along the east of the house, providing access through the
original northern gable into the space above living room 2, PL33.

Plate 33 shows the wooden panelling to the bedrooms; the position of window W6, the return of the truss from
bedroom 2 shown in PL32, the original northern gable and some of the flooring.

Unfortunately, bedroom 3 was in a poor state of repair with temporary roofing so it was not possible to photograph it
in any detail; however, as with its ground floor area, this room lacked any detail of significance, PL34.

A view into the attic from bedroom three shows a jumble of joists and trusses of three different roofs converging at
the junction of the original house, the barn and the new northern addition, PL35

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Barn

The barn is a single two story space which appears from the survey to share its southern corner with the northern
corner of original house.

The floor is laid with stable brick, PL36 and there are some remains stabling furniture which for the most part seem
to be heavily repaired from re-used timber, PL37.

The roof is a similar mix of repair and reuse with one remaining early hewn joist PL38.

The single entrance is by way of door D10 through the north wall, PL39 which also has two windows: W5 & W10.

A further window, W12 at the west gable provides most of the light and a matching window, W11, at the east gable
has been blocked in, PL40; presumably when the north eastern addition was built.

External description, barn 2a.

The front of barn 2a, south eastern elevation, offers access through a double door, D1, to the main interior, PL41.

The construction is in white-painted coursed rubble, with dressed quoins; at least at the visible corners, all set under a
modern metal roof.

There is a single slit vent, W1, repaired with brick, to the south of the door (left) whilst to the right of the door any
features have been lost behind a modern brick extension shed.

Close scrutiny of the photograph centre right; above the central window of the brick extension and between its roof
and the eaves of the barn, reveals a vertical line in the white paint.

This line marks the end of the main barn, a, and the start of the second barn b, which is totally obscured by the new
build brick shed.

The south gable end of barn 2a has a small stone built lean-to with a single pitch roof, one door, D4 and one window
W8, PL42.

The lean-to obscures the gable end to about 3m from the ground level after which the stone work has been rendered.

The external western elevation of the barn is also obscured by a lean-to, PL43, which extends to barn 2b; visible in
PL44.

External description, barn 2b.

The western elevation of barn 2b has two low level windows, W4 & W5 as well as a loading bay, D6 for the hay loft.

A detail photograph taken within the lean-to, shows the butt joint between barn, a, and barn b, (just to the right of the
door frame), PL45.

The northern gable end of barn 2b is also obscured by a later single pitch lean-to and rendered to the barge boards,
PL44.

Internal description, barn 2a.

Barn 2a is currently used for storage and as such it was difficult to undertake any detailed recording; that said there
did not appear to be many features of significance to record.

On entry through door D1, the view is dominated by doorway D2, exactly opposite, PL46 and views to the rafters both
north, PL47 and south PL48.

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Doorway D2 has been blocked by a frame of timber onto which has been nailed sheets of corrugated tin leaving a
small opening to the right into the western external lean-to.

The slit vent, W3, to the right of D2 has been blocked and a wooden frame of heavy timbers has been erected in front
of the doorway with a cross beam, PL46, which in turn supports the collar beams of the principle collared tied rafters,
PL46 & PL48.

Plate 49 shows a view through the reduced D2 towards D1, revealing part of the flagstone threshing floor and note the
brick repairs to the door’s edge.

Slit vents occur at the south west: W2, PL50, north west, W3, PL46 and south east corners, W1, PL51; all have been
blocked.

The southern gable end has no features whilst the northern gable end which forms a party wall to the barn 2b extension
has a connection door D3 to the east and a central loft window or ‘pitching hole’, W7, PL52.

Access through door D3 leads to a set of stone stairs leading down to a lowered floor level in barn b2, and a view of
the loft via a wooden opening, PL53.

Internal description, barn 2b.

The wooden opening reveals the loft area of b2, PL54, which has a sawn timber roof and with the exception of openings
D6, and W7 (see above) only a blocked window W6 in the northern gable, no other features.

The ground floor is a little more complex but unfortunately too cramped to allow for illustrative photography.

The ground floor is divided lengthways by three stone support pillars; two at the end walls and one central.

The pillars are rendered but show slots to take cross boards presumable to allow for some movable partitioning.

The photograph, PL55 shows, on the right of the 6 steps up to barn 2, two of the pillars; note the sets of equally spaced
pairs of indentations on both pillars.

Looking through both openings between the pillars, towards the west wall, PL56 & PL57 show cobbled animal stalls
each with a separate window W5 & W4, feeder and water trough.

Plate 56 also shows a later replacement stall separator in place, towards the right.

The last view of barn 2b shows the north west corner and a raised cobbled and curbed area, between a pillar and door
D5; its purpose ids not understood.

Other structures

Two further structures; not required for the condition, were included within the survey at the request of one of the
client’s.

They are two separate structures to the north of the farm house; recorded on the 1839 Tithe Map, fig 04, which appear
to have been a pigsty and a laundry.

Laundry

The laundry building is a single story, one room, stone built structure, which stands at the end of a short wall, PL58
which has two stone lined shelves, PL59.

The building has a single door and a single window with an iron lintel.

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Inside the building at the northern gable is an inserted, central, brick built range with a copper and fire grate to the
right, PL60.

The copper, or in this case galvanized pot, is still in situ, PL61.

To the left of the central range are the remains of a curved hood which was probably a bread oven.

The range and copper being of brick are later additions to the building as can be seen from the vertical insert of brick
within the external face of the northern gable wall, PL63.

Pigsty

The pigsty consists of a pair of ‘E’ shaped masonry walls at the eastern end of a long, modern shelter, PL64.

They are floored in squared flagstones, although the rear compartments may have been concreted.

Phasing

Leaving aside the potential for medieval or earlier settlement, suggested by the name; the area still has some
precedent for 16th/17th century settlement suggested by the HER:

Penmaen Farmhouse. LB.1888 II. PRN 03177g post medieval 17th c.


Cyncoed Farm Cottage LB 1902 II. PRN 04358g post medieval 16th/17th c. (duplicate 03656g)

Typologically, the earliest phase of the house is typical post-medieval, regional style house of two room plan, (Fox &
Raglan, pp 46-48. Vol II. 1994).

The probable original layout being a south gable end entrance to the parlour with fireplace and stairwell to the first
floor single room.

The parlour would have been partitioned off from the store room where the current entrance passage is.

The current passage which opens straight through from D1 to D5, possibly leading to the interpretation of a Welsh
Long House, would not have been wide enough for purpose.

In addition, if the added north east wing (living room 2) had been the animal house then it would have needed to be
lower for drainage, which it isn’t.

The barn would appear to be contemporary with the original house but the north east wing is later as can be confirmed
by the butt joint in the northern elevation, the blocked window W11 and the three-way roofing structure.

That established, the addition appears to have happened before 1839 with later decorative refinements and removal of
the fireplace and chimney.

The kitchen and bathroom are obvious 20th century additions.

Barn 2a is the original threshing barn and may be contemporary with the house.

Barn 2b is an addition to barn 2a but again in existence before 1830.

Archive

The completed archive will be deposited in the Gwent Records Office with the original copy retained by A.P.A.C. ltd.

The project archives will consist of all original records, artefacts, ecofacts/samples and all documentation that relates
to the evaluation.

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Copies of the Design Brief and any relevant correspondence will be included.

The archives will be prepared according to the Management of Archaeological Projects, English Heritage, Second
Edition, (1991) so the records will be fully ordered and indexed.

The archive will comply with the United Kingdom Institute for Conservation (Archaeology Section) Guidelines for
the Preparation of Excavation Archives for Long-Term Storage (1990) the Society of Museum Archaeologists
Towards An Accessible Archive (1995) and to the reasonable requirements of the designated Museum.

The archives will be deposited within twelve months of the completion of the evaluation and with the agreement of
the landowner.

A synopsis of the project will be submitted to CBA Wales.

Copyright

A.P.A.C. Ltd will retain full copyright of any reports and specialist reports, under the Copyright, Designs and Patents
Act of 1988 with all rights reserved.

A.P.A.C. Ltd hereby grants permission for the monitoring authority to use any documentation directly relating to the
project as described in this Project Design.

Health & Safety:

The Project Team will operate in accordance with the health and safety procedures as set out in:-

 The Health and Safety Work Act (1974) and related legislation.
 The Standing Conference of Archaeology Unit Managers Health and Safety Manual 2002).
 The Council for British Archaeology Handbook no. 6, Safety in Archaeological Fieldwork (1989).
 In accordance with the CDM Regulation, The Project Team will prepare a Risk Assessment in relation to
the archaeological works prior to the commencement of the evaluation.

All necessary protective clothing and equipment will be used.

A First-Aid kit and Accident Book will be kept on site at all times, with a Health and Safety file.

Project monitoring:
A.P.A.C. Ltd., understands that the project may require monitoring involvement. As a matter of courtesy, a copy of
this written scheme of investigation will be sent to the monitoring authority (GGAT).

Project Management

Dr Neil Phillips, A.P.A.C. Ltd, will manage the project.

Dr N.Phillips has been active in archaeology since 1997, completing his 1st degree in 1999 followed
by a research Phd in 2004. Dr Phillips started and has been director of A.P.A.C. Ltd since 2004.
A.P.A.C. Ltd is an archaeological consultancy specialising in landscape archaeology and survey
work. Currently at AIFA standard he is about to apply for an upgrade to MIFA. Steve Clarke MIFA
of Monmouth Archaeology has agreed to cover him in this regard if the need arises.
Dr Phillips interests lie locally with the medieval period and industrial period although he has been
involved in international Palaeolithic projects both in the UK as well as Europe and Africa.
Scibd currently carries a range of archaeological projects completed by APAC Ltd (search APAC. Ltd
or Dr N Phillips).

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Resources:

• Project Director: Dr Neil Phillips. (Director; preparation of report text).


• Specialist Consultant Archaeologist: Steve Clarke
• Archaeologist (Finds Specialist): Steve Clarke & A.O. Phillips.
• Industrial (Dr T. Young)
• Fauna (F. Taylor)
• Sub-Contractor: (TBA)
(Excavation)

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Bibliography and References:

APAC.Ltd 2015. Written Scheme of Investigation fot a Programme of Archaeological Work.


Llys-Pentwyn farm, Oakdale, Blackwood.

English Heritage Management of Archaeological Projects (1991).

Fox, C (Kn) &


Raglan (Lord) 1952, Monmouthshire Houses Pt II. Merton Priory Press and The National Museum of
Wales.

Understanding Historic Buildings, A guide to good Recording Practice. 2006


Caerphilly County
Borough Council Permission for Development 12/0271/FULL

Chartered Institute of
Archaeologists. Standards and Guidance for the Archaeological Investigation and Recording of
Standing Buildings and Structures. 2014.

Code of Conduct and the Code of Approved Practice for the regulation of
Contractual Arrangements in Field Archaeology. 2014.

GGAT CAE0278/JBHD Renovation of existing farmhouse and conversion of barns


to provide three residential dwellings in total. Llys-Pentwyn farm, Llys-Pentwyn
Lane, Oakdale. Pl.App.No.: 12/0271/full.

GGAT (HER)

Graham Frecknall
Architecture & Design Llys Pentwyn Farm, Oakdale:

1201.06 Location Plan AL.0.01. June 2007


1201.06 Farmhouse. Plans Sections & Elevations AL.0.05. Nov 2006
1201.06 West Range Barn. Plans Sections & Elevations AL.0.07. Nov 2006
1201.06 Proposed Site Plan AL.0.09. Nov 2006
1378.11 Proposed West Range Barn. Plans Sections & Elevations
AL.0.11. Dec 2011
1378.11 Proposed Farmhouse. Plans Sections & Elevations AL.0.10. Dec 2011
1378.11 Proposed Garages Plans Sections & Elevations AL.0.14. Dec 2011

ONJP Llys Pentwyn Farm, Oakdale.

Existing Farm House & Barn Out-Buildings at Llys Pentwyn Uchaf Farm,
Oakdale, Monmouthshire. Structural Inspection Report. (updated from October
2007).
RD/TMV/8354/Rev A. Sept 2011

Photographs Appendix B. RD/TMV/8354/Rev A. Sept

2011 Farmhouse, Structural Inspection Oct 2007 7794/01


West Range Barns, Structural Inspection Oct 2007
7794/02A East Range Barns, Structural Inspection Oct
2007 7794/03A

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Owen, H.W., & Morgan, R. Dictionary of the Place- names of Wales. Gomer Press.

2008. The Society of Museum


Archaeologists Towards An Accessible Archive (1995)

United Kingdom
Institute for
Conservation.
(Archaeology Section) Guidelines for the Preparation of Excavation Archives for Long-Term
Storage (1990).

Online sources consulted http://www.bgs.ac.uk


http://www.geiriadur.net/
http://www.googlemaps.co.uk
http://www.magic.gov.uk
http://www.nls.ac.uk
http://www.old-maps.co.uk
http://www.promap.ac.uk
http://www.visionofbritain.org.uk

A.P.A.C. Registered Address: 36 Hatherleigh Rd, Abergavenny Monmouthshire NP7 7RG.


Tel: 07734962919. Mobile: 07734962919 Email: apac.philips@btinternet.com
Company Registration No 5041541 VAT Reg No 826 3628 19
Director: Dr. N. Phillips D.Phil. BA (Hons).Cert Ed/FE. ACIFA.

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The Ordnance Survey has granted A.P.A.C. Ltd a Copyright Licence (No. 100046577)
Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf Farm.

Graham fracknall architecture & design


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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf Farm.

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60m

Fig 02 1833. First Series, Ordnance Survey sheet 36, 1:63360 Fig 03 2015 LIDAR. Contains public sector information licensed
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1873 - 1879, published 1886


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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf Farm.

Farmhouse

D7 W5

Barn 1

Living
room 2

W4 W2
Kitchen D4
Ground Floor
D6 D5

Bathroom
D1
D2
W3
Living
room 1
W1

D3

W10
W12

Barn 1

W11
Bedroom 3

W7
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W9 D10
Bedroom 2

D9

W8 Bedroom 1 D8
W6
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Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf Farm.

N
Barn 3

Barn 2

Pig stys

Barn 1

Laundry

Farmhouse

Plan adapted from


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m

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Farmhouse

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W9

W4
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W6 W7

W1 W2
D1 East elevation

W3

South elevation

W10

W5
D10
North elevation

Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4

0 5 10 20

Plan adapted from


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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf Farm.

W8
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D6
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W3 W7
D3
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D4

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09012 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
SOUTH EAST

Ground Floor

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Reason for image Internal storage, stable floor

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09011 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
SOUTH EAST

Ground Floor

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Reason for image Internal storage, stable furnishings

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09013 INTERNAL
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EAST

Ground Floor

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Reason for image Internal storage, ceiling collard truss

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09017 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH
Reason for image Internal storage, stable door D7

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0 5 10

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09014 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH EAST
Reason for image Internal storage, blocked in window W11

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 CANNON Digital IMG_0110 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
WEST

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Reason for image External barn, east elevation. Doors D1, D4. Windows W1,W8

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 CANNON Digital IMG_0111 EXTERNAL
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WEST

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Reason for image External barn, east elevation. Doors D1, D4. Windows W1,W8

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 CANNON Digital IMG_0112 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH EAST

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Reason for image External Barn, south gable end, west elevation. Door D6

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09036 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
SOUTH EAST

0 5 10

Reason for image External barn longshot west elevation, north gable. Door D6,
windows W4,W5

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09037 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH EAST

0 5 10

Reason for image External barn, west elevation, stable window W4

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09027 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
WEST

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Reason for image Internal barn, west gable end and door D2. Window W3

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09026 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
SOUTH

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Reason for image Internal barn, south elevation, ceiling beams

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09025 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH

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Reason for image Internal barn, north elevation, ceiling beams. Door D3.
Windows W3,W7 (blocked in)

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09028 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
EAST

0 5 10

Reason for image Internal barn, threshing floor from door D2

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09021 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
WEST

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Reason for image Internal barn, west elevation, window slit, Door D2, window W2

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09023 INTERNAL
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EAST

0 5 10

Reason for image Internal barn, east elevation, window W1

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09024 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH

0 5 10

Reason for image Internal barn, north gable end blocked in window W7.

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09029 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH

0 5 10

Reason for image Internal barn, doorway into stable, door D3

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09030 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH

0 5 10

Reason for image Internal barn, top floor above stable, blocked in window W6

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09035 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
SOUTH

0 5 10

Reason for image Internal barn south gable end, stable floor/furniture, stair. Door D3

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09032 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
WEST

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Reason for image Internal barn, stable floor/furniture. Window W5

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC09033 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
WEST

0 5 10

Reason for image Internal barn, stable floor/furniture. Window W4

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC08933 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH

Pig stys

Barn 1

Laundry

Farmhouse

0 5 10 20

Reason for image External laundry building, southern gable end, front of build

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC08938 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
WEST

Pig stys

Barn 1

Laundry

Farmhouse

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Reason for image External east, cold storage wall.

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC08934 INTERNAL
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NORTH

Pig stys

Barn 1

Laundry

Farmhouse

0 5 10 20

Reason for image Internal laundry building, northern gable end, brick fireplace of yellow brick,
chimney yellow brick. All infill not original.

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC08937 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH

Pig stys

Barn 1

Laundry

Farmhouse

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Reason for image External laundry building, southern gable end, cast iron lintel

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC08936 INTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH

Pig stys

Barn 1

Laundry

Farmhouse

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Reason for image Internal laundry building, northern gable end, copper wash basin

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC08931 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
SOUTH

Pig stys

Barn 1

Laundry

Farmhouse

0 5 10 20

Reason for image External laundry building, north gable end

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Llys-Pentwyn-Uchaf farm BS/BK/15 318732 197938 SONY F828 Digital DSC08928 EXTERNAL
Direction of view:
NORTH

Pig stys

Barn 1

Laundry

Farmhouse

0 5 10 20

Reason for image External south elevation pigsty’s

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A.P.A.C. Ltd Appendix I Digital photograph list BS/BK/15

Photo no Date Camera L or P View Description Plate


DSC08819 26/09/15 SONY DSC-F828 L W External house, east elevation, door D1,windows W1,W2,W6,W7
DSC08820 26/09/15 SONY DSC-F828 L E External house, west elevation windows W4,W8,W9
DSC08821 26/09/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal house, southern wall blocked upstairs fireplace, bedroom 1
DSC08822 26/09/15 SONY DSC-F828 L SE External house, west elevation, north gable end, buttresses and chimney. Door D7, windows W10, W12
DSC08823 26/09/15 SONY DSC-F828 L NW External barn, east elevation. Doors D1,D4, window W8
DSC08977 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L SE Internal house living room, southern gable end, with stairs and fireplace. Door D3, window W1
DSC08928 12/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N External south elevation pigstys PL64
DSC08929 12/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal elevation pigsty 1 left
DSC08930 12/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal elevation pigsty 2 right
DSC08978 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal house living room, southern gable end with cupboard.
DSC08931 12/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S External laundry building, north gable end PL63
DSC08932 12/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L E External west elevation laundry building, wall overhang
DSC08933 12/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N External laundry building, southern gable end, front of build PL58
DSC08934 12/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal laundry building, northern gable end, brick fireplace of yellow brick, chimney yellow brick. All infill not original. PL60
DSC08935 12/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal laundry building, northern gable end, potential bread oven.
DSC08936 12/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal laundry building, northern gable end, copper wash basin PL62
DSC08937 12/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N External laundry building, southern gable end, cast iron lintel PL61
DSC08938 12/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L W External east, cold storage wall. PL59
DSC08939 12/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S External house, north facing front elevation. door D7, windows W5,W10 PL03
DSC08940 12/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L SE External house, north facing front elevation. Door D7, windows W5,W10,W12
DSC08941 12/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L W External house, east gable end elevation. Door D1, windows W1,W2,W6,W7 PL01
DSC08942 12/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L NE External house, west elevation, joint on build. Windows, W3,W4,W8,W9 PL10
IMG_0092 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L E External house, buttresses and butt joints PL07
IMG_0093 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L S External house, buttresses, butt joints and door D7 PL06
IMG_0094 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L S External house, stone doorway D7 PL05
IMG_0095 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L S External house, stone window W5 and buttress PL04
IMG_0096 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i P S External house, “phasing” original too new build joint W5,W10
IMG_0097 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i P S External house, fireplace and joint
IMG_0098 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L S External house, top of chimney
IMG_0099 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L W External house, east gable end elevation. Window, W2
IMG_0100 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L W External house, detail, windows W2,W7
IMG_0101 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L W External house, detail, window W7 PL02
IMG_0102 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i P W External house, detail door D1 and porch
IMG_0103 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L W External house, detail windows W1,W6 and southern buttress
IMG_0104 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L NW External house, buttress southern gable end. Windows W1,W6 PL11
IMG_0105 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L N External house, buttress southern gable end
IMG_0106 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L E External house, south buttress and west elevation. Window W8
IMG_0107 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L E External house, west elevation, cut curved window W9 and windows W8,W3
IMG_0108 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L NE External house, Joint on build. Windows W4,W9,W12 PL09
IMG_0109 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L SE External house, west gable end. Window W12 PL08
IMG_0110 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L W External barn, east elevation. Doors D1, D4. Windows W1,W8 PL41
IMG_0111 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L W External barn, east elevation. Doors D1, D4. Windows W1,W8 PL42
IMG_0112 12/10/15 CANN0N EOS T1i L NE External Barn, south gable end, west elevation. Door D6 PL43
DSC08977 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal house living room 1, southern gable end, east wall, W1, stairwell and fireplace PL18
DSC08978 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal house living room 1, southern gable end. Fireplace with modern wood burner and cupboard PL19
DSC08979 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal house living room, southern gable end. Detail in cupboard PL21
A.P.A.C. Ltd Appendix I Digital photograph list BS/BK/15

DSC08980 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 P SE Internal house, southern gable end, detail, stair recess. Door D3 PL20
DSC08981 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L NE Internal house living room, chamfered beams, ceiling furniture. Window W1 PL22
DSC08982 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L NE Internal house living room, flagstone floor PL17
DSC08983 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 P E Internal house, east elevation, hall floor. Doors D1,D2,D4 PL13
DSC08984 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 P E Internal house, east elevation, hall. Doors D1,D2,D4 PL12
DSC08985 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal house, living room 2, north wing, north elevation fireplace PL23
DSC08986 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L SE Internal house, living room 2, north wing, east corner, east elevation. Window W2 PL24
DSC08987 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal house, living room 2, north wing, south west corner, door and beams. Door D4
DSC08988 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L SE Internal house, living room, north panelled wall. Doors D1,D2
DSC08989 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L W Internal house, modern kitchen. Doors D5,D6 window W4 PL14
DSC08990 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal house, modern bathroom. Door D6, window W3 PL15
DSC08991 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal house, modern kitchen. PL16
DSC08992 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal house, downward shot of stair PL25
DSC08993 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 P N Internal house, landing. Doors D8,D9 PL33
DSC08994 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal house, bedroom 3, north elevation a hearth. Window W7
DSC08995 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal house, bedroom 3 door to landing D9, W6 PL34
DSC08996 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal house, bedroom 3 ceiling phases
DSC08997 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal house, bedroom 3 ceiling phases
DSC08998 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal house, bedroom 2 ceiling phases
DSC08999 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal house, bedroom 2 ceiling phases PL35
DSC09000 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L W Internal house, bedroom 2 west elevation window W9 PL32
DSC09001 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L E Internal house, bedroom 2, wall panelling. Door D9, window W6 PL31
DSC09002 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal house, hallway to stair. Door D9, window W6
DSC09003 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L W Internal house, bedroom 1, window and panelling, window W8 PL30
DSC09004 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 P S Internal house, bedroom 1, fireplace and exposed chimney PL29
DSC09005 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L E Internal house, bedroom 1, stairwell and exposed chimney stack, door D8 PL28
DSC09006 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 P S Internal house, upstairs hallway/stair, chimney stack PL26
DSC09007 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal house, upstairs hallway/stair, chimney stack detail, ash finish PL27
DSC09008 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal house, upstairs hallway, detail tie joists
DSC09009 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L W Internal house, bedroom 1, window W8
DSC09010 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L E Internal house, upstairs hallway window W6
DSC09011 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L SE Internal storage, stable furnishings PL37
DSC09012 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L SE Internal storage, stable floor PL36
DSC09013 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L E Internal storage, ceiling collard truss PL38
DSC09014 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 P NE Internal storage, blocked in window W11 PL40
DSC09015 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal storage, top window W10 over W5
DSC09016 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L NW Internal storage, stable furnishings. Door D10
DSC09017 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 P N Internal storage, stable door D10 PL39
DSC09018 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal storage, stable window W5
DSC09019 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L W Internal storage, ceiling collard truss
DSC09020 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L W External barn, east elevation, window slit. Doors D1, D4. Windows W1,W8
DSC09021 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L W Internal barn, west elevation, window slit, Door D2, window W2 PL50
DSC09022 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L E Internal barn, east elevation, window W1
DSC09023 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L E Internal barn, east elevation, window W1 PL51
DSC09024 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal barn, north gable end blocked in window W7. PL52
DSC09025 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal barn, north elevation, ceiling beams. Door D3. Windows W3,W7 (blocked in) PL48
DSC09026 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal barn, south elevation, ceiling beams PL47
A.P.A.C. Ltd Appendix I Digital photograph list BS/BK/15

DSC09027 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L W Internal barn, west gable end and door D2. Window W3 PL46
DSC09028 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L E Internal barn, threshing floor from door D2 PL49
DSC09029 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal barn, doorway into stable, door D3 PL53
DSC09030 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal barn, top floor above stable, blocked in window W6 PL54
DSC09031 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal barn, outer north gable barn, inner south gable above stable, window W7
DSC09032 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L W Internal barn, stable floor/furniture. Window W5 PL56
DSC09033 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L W Internal barn, stable floor/furniture. Window W4 PL57
DSC09034 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L N Internal barn stable floor/furniture. Door D5
DSC09035 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L S Internal barn south gable end, stable floor/furniture, stair. Door D3 PL55
DSC09036 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L SE External barn longshot west elevation, north gable. Door D6, windows W4,W5 PL44
DSC09037 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L NE External barn, west elevation, stable window W4 PL45
DSC09038 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L SW External barn longshot, north gable end joint to modern barn extension
DSC09039 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L SE External new buildings
DSC09040 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L NW External barn extension to east elevation joint. Door D1
DSC09041 19/10/15 SONY DSC-F828 L NE External long shot pigstys and new buildings.