GARREG-LWYD consists of a single-storey house
flanked by sheds, forming one range of buildings dating from
the early 18th century. The walls are of rubble with a later

slate roof; because of falling ground the N. end has a high
boulder plinth. The original entrance front to the E. has a
cobbled terrace but the doorway is now blocked. The main
fireplace built against the N. wall has a squat square chimney.
Surviving woodwork is very crude.
Condition: fair, used as cowshed.


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