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Grade II* Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Brecknockshire

  1. II* Llangwathan Farmhouse
    The house is situated off a narrow lane leading south from Cusop, over the Dulas Brook on a private track.
  2. II* Block of Buildings at Christ College to SE of School Chapel
    Within the extensive school grounds, about 200m SW of Usk Bridge.
  3. II* 1 Buckingham Place Photos
    Forming the SW corner as Glamorgan Street turns N to become Wheat Street.
  4. II* Tower of Medieval Town Wall to rear of No.3 Buckingham Place
    Near river, to rear of No.3 Buckingham Place, Glamorgan Street; best seen from W end of Captain's Walk.
  5. II* Nos 12 & 12a
    Close to end of this side of The Bulwark.
  6. II* Brecon Castle Hotel
    Prominently sited above River Usk and next to remains of great hall of castle. Entrance front faces Castle Square and castle motte.
  7. II* Havard House, including Forecourt Wall, Railings and Gate; and Former Stable Blocks to East and West
    Between Buckingham Place and Morgannwg House.
  8. II* Nos.5 & 6 Glamorgan Street,,,,,powys,
    The first houses to W of Brecknock Museum.
  9. II* Priory Mill
    In the valley of the Afon Honddu below the Hay Road on the NE edge of Brecon just E of the river.
  10. II* No.46 High Street Inferior,,,,,powys,
    Set slightly forward from buildings to R.
  11. II* Plough United Reformed Church
    Near S end of Lion Street, set back.
  12. II* No.4 Lion Street, including Forecourt Gate & Railings
    Immediately to NW of Police Station.
  13. II* Cantre Selyf
    To SE of junction with Lion Yard, facing lane which leads to St Mary's Church.
  14. II* Church House
    About 30m NW of entrance to Bethel Square.
  15. II* Priory Walls, including North, West and Postern Gateways
    Enclosing the Cathedral Close on 3 sides. The OS map reference is to the W gateway.
  16. II* Tithe Barn, Brecon Cathedral
    Backing on to Priory Hill, near archway to Cathedral Close
  17. II* Church of St Mary Photos
    Prominently sited at centre of old town.
  18. II* No.5 St.mary Street,,,,,powys,
    Immediately to S of St Mary's Church, on corner with lane to Glamorgan Street.
  19. II* Boleyn House and Flats round Rear Courtyard and Stone Flagged Pavement
    Opposite Nos.8, 9, and 10, but rear courtyard approached via St Michael Street.
  20. II* No.20 Ship Street,,,,,powys,
    The gabled facade occupies an important position at the top of the steep hill in Ship Street
  21. II* Rutland House, including Forecourt Wall, Piers & Iron Railings Photos
    About 30 metres N of junction with Mount Street.
  22. II* The Elms Photos
    About 40 metres N of Mount Street.
  23. II* Hamilton House
    About half way along block, between Mount Street and King's Steps.
  24. II* The County House
    On W side of The Struet, almost opposite the junction with Mount Street.
  25. II* Brecknock Museum
    Prominently sited at Junction of The Watton and the Bulwark.
  26. II* ,6,Glamorgan Street,,,,
    The first houses to W of Brecknock Museum.
  27. II* 2 Buckingham Place
    Forming the SW corner as Glamorgan Street turns N to become Wheat Street.
  28. II* 3 Buckingham Place
    Forming the SW corner as Glamorgan Street turns N to become Wheat Street.
  29. II* Morgannwg House, including Forecourt Wall and Railings
    On S side of street, to E of Havard House (Ursuline Convent)
  30. II* Bronllys Castle House (including Castle Cottage).
    Located within the inner bailey of Bronllys Castle, NNW of the motte.
  31. II* Workshop and gallery at Bronllys Castle House
    Located to the SW of Bronllys Castle House, backing on to the turn of the former inner bailey of the castle, and forming the W side of the front lawns of the house.
  32. II* Y Dderw
    Located at the head of the driveway off the main Llyswen to Hay road, on level ground in the floodplain of the River Wye.
  33. II* Trericket Mill
    Situated 3.2 km N of Llyswen village, below the main road at the border between Bronllys and Erwood Communities, and Brecknock and Radnor Districts. Besides the Sgithen Brook.
  34. II* Llangoed Hall
    Located on a raised terrace on the floor of the Wye valley, within its own 4 hectares grounds and formerly associated farmland, and having staff housing and stable court to the NNE, separately listed.
  35. II* Detached belltower at the church of St. Mary
    Located within the churchyard of the Church of St. Mary, approximately 10m NE of the chancel.
  36. II* Hafod y Garreg
    Situated across field from Penygraig, reached by track from just N of Trericket Mill.
  37. II* Cnewr and attached buildings
    Situated on the W side of the A4067 some 2.4 km S of Crai village.
  38. II* The Bear Hotel Photos
    At the top of and facing down the High Street, at an angle to the road with cobbled pavement to front. Formerly known as The White Bear.
  39. II* Town Hall
    Advanced from the contemporary stucco terrace overlooking 'The Square' near the junction with A40.
  40. II* Latham House
    At the end of a continuous row of frontages, detached to the right. Part of a specially good group of early Georgian houses along with the Dragon Hotel and Ivy Towers.
  41. II* The Dragon Hotel Photos
    Splayed street frontage, set back behind cobbled pavement to front, part of a specially good group of early Georgian houses along with Ivy Towers and Latham House.
  42. II* St Edmunds King & Marthyr Parish Church
    In an elevated and oval-shaped churchyard to W of Town Centre.
  43. II* Grahame Amey Ltd., Furniture Workshop (formerly the Granary to the Malt House)
    Situated on rising ground with range at right angles to the road and adjoining the Malt House at rear; part with U-plan group of buildings.
  44. II* The Malt House
    Set well back from the road and reached by a driveway to W or by the same S approach as the Little Malt House; walled garden to the W. The Granary adjoins to S and the Little Malt House to E; the hou
  45. II* Gazebo at The Malthouse
    At the N corner of the Malt House garden and with adjoining boundary walls.
  46. II* Little Malt House
    Set back from the road behind front garden entered between plain rubble gate piers. The house occupies the right hand two bays of the frontage set between the Malt House and Upper House Farmhouse; pa
  47. II* Upper House Farmhouse
    Situated at the E end of a U-plan group of buildings; at right angles to and adjoining the Little Malt House; gable end set back from the road and front with low walled forecourt overlooking rectangul
  48. II* Ivy Towers
    Set back from the road behind front garden with gable end to High Street beside the Dragon Hotel; part of a specially good group of early Georgian buildings along with the Dragon Hotel and Latham Hous
  49. II* The Ivy Tower
    Beside the road, in front of the Wardens Cottage and L-plan range.
  50. II* Aberduhonw
    Situated on the NE side of the A470 some 1.5km E of Builth Wells.
  51. II* Barn and attached ranges at Aberduhonw
    Situated to the E of the house at Aberduhonw, on the A470 some 1.5km E of Builth Wells.
  52. II* Church of St Mary Photos
    Situated in the centre of Crickadarn village, on W side of village square, in circular raised churchyard.
  53. II* The Neuadd
    Situated on hillside reached up drive running W off road to Gwenddwr some 500m W of Crickadarn.
  54. II* Pantycolly including attached byre range
    Situated some 5 km SW of Crickadarn, the last farm on the lane on the far side of Cefn Llwydallt moorland.
  55. II* Llandefaelog-tre'r-graig
    On the N side of Llandefaelog-tre'r-graig some 1.7km S of Tredomen.
  56. II* Trebarried Hall
    On the E side of the A470 approximately 1km SE of the Church of Saint Matthew at Llandefalle.
  57. II* Glyn Celyn
    To W of A470, approximately 1km SW of Felinfach, in its own grounds.
  58. II* Broomfield
    Located on a terrace cut out of the steep bank of the Wye valley, high above the main Brecon to Hay road, and backing directly on to the former Hereford, Hay and Brecon Railway.
  59. II* Garden gatepiers to a cross terrace in the formal W gardens at Old Gwernyfed
    Located approximately 60m W of the SW wing of the W elevation of Old Gwernyfed house, on a cross terrace of the garden earthworks, laid out SSW to NNE, tangentially to and overlooked by the house.
  60. II* North Tower in inner front garden, with the garden boundary wall leading to the NE wing of the house
    Located at the NE corner of the inner courtyard in front of Old Gwernyfed, and attached at the rear to the range of farm buildings previously belonging to Old Gwernyfed. Formerly (pre-1800) set in a
  61. II* Great Porthamel Farmhouse Photos
    Located below the scarp edge of the valley, facing S on the access of its medieval gatehouse.
  62. II* Gwernyfed High School
    Located in former parkland, on rising ground and approached by a winding drive for approximately 300m from the entrance gates on the road.
  63. II* Stable Block at Gwernyfed High School
    Located on the NE side of the front forecourt to Gwernyfed High School (Gwernyfed Park), and attached to the N corner of the house.
  64. II* South tower in the inner front garden with garden wall running to SW ring of the house
    Located at the SE corner of the inner courtyard in front of Old Gwernyfed.
  65. II* Gatepiers to inner court in front of Old Gwernyfed with garden walls on each side
    Located axially on the approaching driveway to the main SE front of Old Gwernyfed, and placed symmetrically between the corner towers.
  66. II* Church of Saint David
    In large churchyard at junction of minor roads at Garthbrengy.
  67. II* Church of Saint Maelog Photos
    In a prominent position in the centre of Llandefaelog Fach between the B4520 and the Afon Honddu.
  68. II* Glan-Honddu
    On the S side of Llandefaelog Fach at the end of a drive W off the B4520.
  69. II* Church of St Michael Photos
    Prominently sited at the N end of Cwmdu village, on E side of A479, and surrounded by churchyard.
  70. II* Old House at Middle Gaer
    On S side of minor road between Middle and Lower Gaer, reached from N of A40 opposite the Kestrel Inn.
  71. II* Tretower Court Barn
    100m S of Tretower church and on E side of a minor road opposite Tretower Court.
  72. II* Glanusk Bridge (partly in Llangattock community)
    On the S side of Penmyarth Park. The bridge crosses the river Usk with a lodge at its S end.
  73. II* Tower Lodge and Glanusk Bridge (partly in Llanfihangel Cwmdu with Bwlch and Cathedine community)
    The lodge and bridge are located towards the N side of Glanusk Park. The bridge crosses the River Usk with the lodge at its S end.
  74. II* Abercynrig
    Situated down long drive running N off a minor road some 1.4 km NW of Llanfrynach.
  75. II* Peterstone Court
    Situated down short lane running S off A40, just W of the Church of Saint Peter and Saint Illtyd in Llanhamlach.
  76. II* Cefn Brynich Canal Bridge Aqueduct
    Situated crossing the Usk some 180m downstream of the Lock Bridge on the road to Llanfrynach.
  77. II* Lock Road Bridge
    Situated some 200m S of the A40, carrying the road to Llanfrynach across the river Usk.
  78. II* Dam at the Upper Neuadd Reservoir Photos
    Situated in the Taf Fechan valley some 9.6 km SW of Llanfrynach.
  79. II* Ty Mawr
    Situated in the village of Llanfrynach to E of the churchyard
  80. II* Cefn Brith
    Situated about 2 km down lane to Tirabad from junction W of Llangammarch, down short drive on E side.
  81. II* Church of Saint Cadmarch Photos
    Situated on rocky spur between Irfon and Cammarch rivers, NW of the railway.
  82. II* Church of St Cattwg
    Located at the N end of the village, 0.6km from Crickhowell Bridge. In an oval churchyard with a lych gate to the SW.
  83. II* Cwrt Llangattock
    Situated on the NW edge of Llangattock village, 0.15km from the church, and on the W side of the lane leading to Dardy.
  84. II* Plas Llangattwg
    Located at the N end of the village, 0.15km from the church. The house is situated within oval-shaped gardens, the road curving round them to the SE. Ornate cast iron gates on the roadside lead to a
  85. II* Bank of Limekilns
    Located immediately N of Upper Yard Bridge (Canal Bridge No 115), on the W side of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal.
  86. II* The Stable Court
    Located in the centre of Glanusk Park, to the SW of the site of the former house, and NE of the Home Farm.
  87. II* Llan Wysg
    Situated to the NW of Dardy hamlet, on the N side of the B4558 road, where the ground slopes down to the River Usk. The house is approached by a driveway from the SE.
  88. II* 'Peach House' at Plas Llangattwg including attached former boiler-house
    Located in the kitchen gardens at Plas Llangattwg. The W end of the structure forms part of a long masonry wall which divides the formal gardens from the kitchen gardens.
  89. II* Church of St Gastyn Photos
    Very near the S edge of Llangorse Lake and adjacent to the Old School.
  90. II* Old School House (also known as Yr Hen Ysgol) Photos
    Near Llangorse lake and adjacent to the church of St Gastyn.
  91. II* Brynllici including barn atttached to left
    Situated down a farm track just NW of the hamlet of Pennorth.
  92. II* Trebinshwn house and attached stable wing
    SE of Llangorse lake, set in grounds reached by a drive.
  93. II* Church of St Paulinus Photos
    Situated in the centre of Llangors Village on low lying ground bordered on N by Nant Cwy; in a rectangular churchyard, partly walled, entered through gate at SW.
  94. II* Church of St Mary Photos
    In the centre of the small hamlet, on flat low land bordered by a stream to N.
  95. II* Stable courtyard at Treberfydd
    Attached to the NW side of Treberfydd mansion with main entrance from front terrace; also rear drive entrance.
  96. II* Cathedine Fawr farmhouse including attached kitchen and granary range
    On rising ground overlooking Llangorse Lake from E, just above the main road to Llangorse village and N of the hamlet of Cathedine.
  97. II* Two granaries at Ty Mawr
    Standing side by side and linked by a screen wall. Forming the S side of a courtyard for Ty Mawr, reached by a farm track.
  98. II* Ty Mawr
    Stands in a low spot 100 yards E of Llanigon Church, with farmyard and ranges to N.
  99. II* Middle Maestorglwydd Barn Photos
    The barn stands adjacent and at an angle to the lane, some 250 metres NNE of Middle Maestorglwydd.
  100. II* Penyrwrlodd Farmhouse
    The house stands adjacent to a lane, 600 metres ESE of Llanigon Church.
  101. II* Tynllyne Farmhouse
    The house is situated next to its own farm buildings in an elevated position 1750 metres WSW of Llanigon Church.
  102. II* Middle Maestorglwydd House
    The house stands set back from the lane and at an angle to it, roughly opposite traditional farm buildings and attached to another.
  103. II* Llannerch-y-Cawr Photos
    To the SW of Dolymynach reservoir and reached by farm road S of the unclassified road to the Claerwen reservoir.
  104. II* Church of St David Photos
    Located in an exceptional setting in the Irfon valley just above the confluence with the Nant Lletgwial. Set in a large circular churchyard with many monuments.
  105. II* Aberllech
    Situated some 300m SE of Pentrebach on E side of road to Sennybridge
  106. II* Felin Senni
    Situated on the N side of Heol Senni down short drive off the road to Defynnog.
  107. II* Llwyncyntefin
    Situated some 300m N of Pont Llwyncyntefin on E side of road to Pentre'rfelin.
  108. II* Church of Saint Cynog Photos
    In a prominent position in the centre of Merthyr Cynog village.
  109. II* Caban Coch dam (partly in Rhayader community)
    Approximately 6km SW of Rhayader.
  110. II* Church of St Gwendoline Photos
    Located on a small plateau above the village, at the junction of Church Street with School Street.
  111. II* Coleg Trefeca
    Located on a minor lane to Cefn mawr, the main building facing NE. Also known as Trefeca Fach.
  112. II* Trefeca College Farmhouse (Trefeca Isaf previously listed college Farmhouse) Photos
    Located outside and beyond the N end of the hamlet of Trefeca, on the W side of the road and behind a walled front garden.
  113. II* Tower House including attached shop
    Located at the corner of the Square, at the side of the A479, adjoining the bridge over the River Enig.
  114. II* Craig-y-nos
    In the upper Tawe Valley, the grounds descending to the river, with spectacular views to the surrounding mountains.
  115. II* Church of St Peter Photos
    In the centre of Llanbedr village and within a walled churchyard.
  116. II* Church of St Cenau, Llangenny
    On E side of a minor road through Llangenny, and W side of Afon Grwyne, in a walled churchyard.
  117. II* Penlan
    Isolated house on high ground approximately 1.3km SE of Llanbedr church, reached by private road S of minor road between Llangenny and Partrishow at Dyffryn farm.
  118. II* Churchyard cross at Church of St Issui, Partrishow
    On S side of church.
  119. II* Tynyllwyn
    Approximately 200m SE of Partrishow church and reached by footpaths from church and on W side of a minor road to Grwyne Fawr reservoir.
  120. II* Neuadd
    Approximately 0.9km S of Partrishow church, on N side and set back above a minor road between Partrishow and Llanbedr.
  121. II* Moor Park
    Set in parkland approximately 0.6km SSW of Llanbedr church, and reached by private drive W of minor road between Llanbedr and Llangenny.
  122. II* The Lodge at Penpont Manor
    Situated facing NE set back from drive to Penpont, about 200 m SE of the mansion.
  123. II* The Stables
    Situated on W side of rear court at Penpont.
  124. II* The Old Granary and the Old Laundry
    Situated facing S down the rear courtyard at Penpont.
  125. II* Dovecote at Penpont Photos
    Situated in field behind the hay-barn at Penpont.
  126. II* Abercamlais Bridge/ Pont Abercamlais and door in attached wall to NE
    Situated to N of the yard at Abercamlais, across the Usk.
  127. II* Pigeon house at Abercamlais Photos
    Situated W of the house at Abercamlais on a bridge over the Camlais.
  128. II* Aberbran Fawr
    Some 250m S of Aberbran Bridge over the River Usk.
  129. II* Walls enclosing Kitchen Garden including Vine House and Pineapple House
    Situated some 150m NW of the bridge reached by winding path through rose garden.
  130. II* Penpont Bridge including two doorways in attached wall to N
    Crosses River Usk to NW of house at Penpont.
  131. II* Eglwys Oen Duw Photos
    On the E side of a minor road between Beulah and Abergwesyn, approximately 1.2km NW of Beulah village.
  132. II* Penoyre House
    Set high in a landscaped park (now a golf course) above the village of Cradoc to S; reached by a formal drive to E.
  133. II* Church of Saint Mary
    In the churchyard in the centre of the village of Ystradfellte.
  134. II* Circular cow-house at Gwaunclawdd
    About 1km W of Abercraf; to S of A 4067 and River Tawe. Towards end of group of buildings on E side of lane.
  135. II* Milgatw Photos
    Blaen-y-cwm is reached off the Tredegar-Trefil Road, from Nant-y-bwch. Located some 1 km N of Tredegar. Milgatw is located at the end of the no-through road.
  136. II* Parish Church of St. Elli
    Prominent location on sloping ground: spire visible from afar. Church is set in large churchyard, surrounded on all sides by minor roads. Two further large churchyards to the S.
  137. II* Clydach House
    Situated on sharp bend of by-road between Maesygwartha and the A465, opposite the garage at Saleyard. Approximately 1.5 km SW of Maesygwartha.
  138. II* Ty-uchaf Farmhouse including yard wall and stile between house and barn range
    Located some 0.5 km NW of Llanelly Church. Reached at end of short lane leading past Pen-y-wern, off by-road. House occupies N side of sloping farmyard.
  139. II* Smart’s Bridge
    Bridge is located over River Clydach forming entry to remains of Clydach Ironworks, reached off S side of road leading to Ynys-y-garth.
  140. II* Embankment & Aqueduct of Brecknock & Abergavenny Canal inc. N Revetment Walls and SW Overflow Bridge
    Situated to south-west of village in across deep ravine of river Clydach.
  141. II* Church of St Tetta Photos
    In the scattered hamlet of Llanddetty, E of the canal and the valley road and close to the S bank of the River Usk; reached by a path down through the sloping churchyard from lychgate by road.
  142. II* Maes Mawr
    On low lying ground E of the Caerfanell river and on the E edge of the village of Talybont, reached off the B4558.
  143. II* Scethrog House
    In the hamlet of Scethrog, on sloping ground above the River Usk and N of the A40.
  144. II* Gileston Mill aka Talybont Mill
    In the centre of Talybont Village, just N of the main street, adjacent to Afon Caerfanell, reached by a narrow lane with Talybont Farm adjacent NW.
  145. II* Church of St Meugan Photos
    At Llanfeugan, in an isolated position SW of the hamlet of Pencelli, on the W bank of a deep-cutting stream, surrounded by an elliptical churchyard with stone stile entrance.
  146. II* Limekilns at Brynhyfryd
    On the S bank of the Canal, within the grounds of Brynhyfryd, on the E edge of the village of Talybont.
  147. II* The Tennis Pavilion
    At the foot of Buckland Hill on the lane leading to the rear of Buckland Hall, facing the park.
  148. II* Castle Farm farmhouse
    On the E side of Pencelli village surrounded on 3 sides by the former castle earthworks with the canal bordering these to N.
  149. II* Cefn Railway Viaduct Photos
    On the SW side of Cefn Coed-y-Cymmer crossing the valley of the Afon Taff Fawr.
  150. II* Pontsarn Railway Viaduct (also in Pant Community) Photos
    Crossing the Afon Taff Fechan just N of Pontsarn and some 600m NW of the remains of Morlais Castle.

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