Glan-yr-afon (also known as Glanyrafon)5523

Llanyblodwel, England, Shropshire

Brief Description

The house, located above the river Tanat, was surrounded by park-like grounds with fine timber and thriving plantations.

History

The 19th-century house at Glan-yr-afon was noted as having a wooded park and plantations in 1851, and the park still existed in 1900. The current house was built in 1954.

Features
  • House (featured building)
  • Description: The current house at Glan-yr-afon was designed in 1954 by Neville Conder. Pevsner cites it as 'One of the few examples of good, contemporary domestic architecture in the county.' Its graceful design includes the use of screen walls for plants, an oval conservatory, and the living room, dining room, study, and conservatory are all spatially linked.
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Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Llanyblodwel
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