Full Report for Listed Buildings
Summary Description of a Listed Buildings
Date of Designation
Date of Amendment
Name of Property
Plas Mynach Lodge
Set back slightly from the main road behind a rubble wall splayed inwards to R and terminating in a dressed stone gatepier with conical capping.
1880s lodge to Plas Mynach, built for W H Jones to designs by John Douglas, architect of Chester.
Single-storey plus basement; roughly rectangular in plan. Snecked rubble facings and whitened limestone dressings, with slate roof and tiled ridges; oversailing eaves anddeep verges with exposed rafter ends. Single and 2-light mullionedwindows with 8 and 16-pane glazing. Projecting, gabled porch baytowards road with entrance to W face; C20 glazed double doors. Plainrectangular central stack.
Reason for designation
Included for its special interest as part of Douglas' Plas Mynachcomplex.
Group value with Porth Mynach.
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