Baglan Hall

This model is a long-term work in progress due to a lack of source material to complete it. Anyone with photographs, drawings etc of the building, particularly the rear elevations please send me an email on

History from Cofelin:

Baglan Hall, home to the Llewellyns, squires of Baglan, was a large, sixteenth century house, extended in the early 1800s, and again in 1904. The Hall was acquired by Port Talbot Corporation and demolished in 1952, the site used to create a park. The building had a central 3-storey section with 2-storey wings. The upper windows were round-headed, and in the central section, cut into the eaves. There was a central, rectangular glazed porch.

Baglan Hall 1950s
Baglan Hall 1950s

One Reply to “Baglan Hall”

  1. The book , “The ugly one ” ,ISBN 0-7181-4333-7 ,contains a photograph of Gran Llewellyn ,in the front of the hall ,and a later page ,”The garden house” .
    The front picture shows an end extension ?.

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