A two-storeyed 17th-century house, now part of Nanhoron estate but originally separate. 1 A first-floor corbelled chimney survives in the S.W. gable, but the house was altered in the 18th century, and later a N.W. kitchen wing was added and the roof of the older block raised. On the ground floor is a re-set 18th-century door.

REF 1 Griffith, Ped .,pp. 161-2, Nanhoron-isaf and -uchaf having become distinct early in the 16th century . The early history of the house is uncertain, but in the 18th century it was occupied by a family called Hughes.

Condition: good, altered
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