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Whilst work was carried out on the Cathedral, nearby Llandaff Court was also being rebuilt for Admiral Thomas Mathew, as a typical three-storey Georgian House. Other buildings of the eighteenth century in Llandaff, are the Deanery, on the edge of The Green, and Llandaff House on the junction of Cardiff Road and Fairwater Road. This belonged to Thomas Edwards who appeared to own half the properties in Llandaff.

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