CAE-NEWYDD-MYNACHDY, a two-storeyed rubble built house with three flat-capped dormer windows irregularly spaced. There is a square chimney at each gable end. Inside there is one roughly chamfered beam. The house is probably of the first half of the 18th century. Inside the house is a memorial slab to Morris Owen, 1724.
Condition: good.

SH 22653179                                    5viii 56                                     44N.W.

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