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|Grid Reference||SH 96017 47878|
|Secondary Source||Denbighshire: An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in the County By Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, 1914|
|Notes||There were no defences in the surrounding area, this house most likely got its name from the adjoining Caer Caradog. Transcribed from RCAHMW Inventory by student volunteers on 26/04/2017.|