Old Gwernyfed

This superb Grade 1 listed Jacobean house has medieval origins, and was largely rebuilt in the early C17 and contains fine plasterwork and panelling. The plan of the house is symmetrical and E-shaped, and the south-west wing has remained a shell since a fire in 1780. The drawings shown here were produced to aid restoration in the 1990s, and it would be wholly beneficial if the south-west wing was to be reinstated in the future.

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