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Boduan, Pwllheli, LL53

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Key Features

    Full Description

    Grade II listed Church considered suitable for variety of uses STP.



    GUIDE PRICE: ££50,000

    EPC rating: Exempt

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    This property is the Former Buan parish church, now deconsecrated. A church is mentioned here from the fourteenth century. The present building was originally built in the late eighteenth century. In 1809-11 it was said to be newly built but decayed and reportedly made into its present neo-Norman "cruciform" style in 1891-4. The church consists of a nave and chancel, with north and south trancepts and a large tower above the central crossing, the ceiling height is around 33 ft. The walls are stuccoed with red sandstone dressings. EPC exempt.

    Grade II Listing

    Included as an impressive example of neo-Romanesque work, an unusual architectural style and with a fine interior.


    The site is located around 2 miles From Nefyn, 6 miles from Abersoch and 3.5 miles from Pwllheli


    The building has in its past aside from being a church been used for music teaching and craft events. The building is considered suitable for conversion to use as holiday lets, subject to planning permission and guidance with National Heritage.

    Building Specifications

    Nave, big square crossing tower and short transepts and chancel. Gabled slate roofs with sandstone copings and cross finials. Openings are all round headed, moulded with attached shafts and cushion capitals. Leaded lights. Two-bay nave, single bay transepts and chancel, the windows recessed with roll-moulded arches, hoodmoulds and inset shafts, larger end-gable windows, and nave west side has triple arched window over big flat-roofed corniced porch. This has similar mouldings to the west entry and broad side arches over triple-arches with column shafts. Centre broad tower has triple arched louvred belfry windows with similar attached shafting, but without hoodmoulds. Flush ashlar angle strips, moulded cornice and sandstone battlements. Another moulded heavier cornice below bell-stage with roundel below and heavy double band around at ridge level of roofs. NW projecting stair-turret, flat capped below bell-stage with slim arched stair lights. Door on north side. Small gabled vestry on north side of nave, in second bay, with coped gable, arched west side door and small arched north and east windows.


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