II*Church of St Luke Set into the wooded hillside above the Ebbw Vale just above the centre of Abercarn, reached up a side road and approached through a shallow stone tiled gateway and up a steep terraced double flight of
II*Church of St Sannan In a large churchyard on the ridge of hill approximately 1.5km NE of Bargoed.
II*Church of St Barrwg Located in a high prominent position in the village at the N end of Church Street. Surrounded by a large graveyard.
II*Bryngwyn Colliery Engine House Located in a small field on the W side of Bedwas village. The building is accessible by footpath, either from Pandy Mawr Road to the W or from Nursery Road (?) to the E. The building is heavily over
II*2 Forge Row Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon House. Rubble forecourt wall.
II*3 Forge Row Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon House. Rubble forecourt wall.
II*4 Forge Row Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon House. Rubble forecourt wall.
II*5 Forge Row Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon House. Rubble forecourt wall.
II*6 Forge Row Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon House. Rubble forecourt wall.
II*Former St Peter's School (Original School) Situated half way up Church Road immediately downhill from the other St Peter's school buildings and with south-east front facing the churchyard. Below the level of the road and set back behind iron
II*St Peter's Church Situated at the bottom of Church Road, on the south side, set back behind railings.
II*Blaengavenny Farmhouse On the old Abergavenny-Hereford road about half way between Llanvihangel Crucorney and Pantygelli.
II*Millbrook On the north west edge of the village, on the corner at the road junction beside Pen-y-bont bridge over the Afon Honddu. Rubble-walled front garden.
II*Court Farmhouse Immediately to south-west of Llanthony Priory adjoining the Abbey Hotel, the building of which formed the west cloister range.
II*Ty-Hwnt-y-Bwlch Farmhouse Impressively sited on steeply sloping ground uphill from Cwmyoy Church on the eastern slopes of the Vale of Ewyas; reached via a track from Penywern Farm. Retains stone forecourt wall and boundary wa
II*Cwm Bwchel Farmhouse On west side of valley, almost opposite Llanthony Priory, at the mouth of a side valley sited on a down slope.
II*Ty-mawr Farmhouse About 2.5km north of Forest Coal Pit. On the east side of the valley, reached by a lane which leaves the minor road to Grwyne Fawr reservoir near Tabernacle Baptist chapel.
II*Tabernacle Baptist Chapel About 2.5km north of Forest Coal Pit, and just within the western boundary of the Community. On the east side of the river, reached by a lane from the minor road to Grwyne Fawr reservoir.
II*Cider House at Cwm Farm Approximately 3 km N of Llanvetherine, on W side of the minor road which runs NW from Old Court. The cider house is located at the back of Cwm farmhouse, separated from the house by a narrow alleyway.
II*Coed-y-gelli Situated at end of Heol y Ffynnon, lane of some 750m running NW from Yr Hen Ysgoldy opposite church in Llanarth.
II*Great House Situated on E side of Clytha to Bettws Newydd road some 600m S of Clytha Park gates.
II*Pwllyrhwyad Situated on W side of road about 1km S of Coed Morgan Farm.
II*Church of St Madoc On the east side of the Caerleon road about 700m south of Usk bridge,
II*Llanwenarth House Small country house set in its own grounds to the south of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal and reached by a private drive from the B 4246. On western boundary of the Community Council area.
II*Parish Church of St Peter Situated in the flood plain of the River Usk and reached from the by-road south of the A40. Churchyard retains some good monuments.
II*Grove Farm House Set in its own grounds S of Llanfoist and reached E off the B 4269.
II*Llanwenarth Baptist Church Situated near the centre of Govilon in a large burial ground immediately north of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal.
II*Trivor Farmhouse (aka Tre-Ivor) In an isolated position on a spur of high ground above the confluence of two brooks on the W side of the Monnow valley, approximately 700m NNE of St Maughan's church.
II*Skenfrith Castle Situated at the SE corner of Skenfrith village, in the valley of the River Monnow, close to the W bank of the river and approximately 100m NW of Skenfrith Bridge.
II*Church of St Maughan Delightfully situated in rolling farmland approximately 7km NW of Monmouth, in an almost isolated position down a narrow lane off the NE side of the B4347.
II*The Hendre An extensive country-house in its own grounds to the south of B4233, 5km west of Monmouth.
II*Swiss Cottage Reached from B4233 at the S end of Rockfield; approximately 0.5km along the tree-lined former drive to the Hendre. Secluded setting beside brook.
II*Church of St Cadoc Approximately 1km N of The Hendre; and, apart from the close proximity of Llangattock Manor and Llangattock Farm, in an isolated position approximately 300m west of the lane between Hendre and Newcast
II*Gatehouse to Ty Mawr On the N side of the minor road between Dingestow and Tregare, about 2km W of Dingestow church
II*Pen-y-clawdd Farmhouse Situated at end of access road to the S side service station on A40, on W side of Raglan to Penyclawdd lane.
II*High Glanau Off the W side of the road, approached along a wooded drive on Trellech Hill, and set in its own grounds. On a levelled site with sloping lawns to either side and spectacular views to west.
II*Terraces at High Glanau Off the W side of the road, approached along a wooded drive on Trellech Hill, immediately on the W side of the house.
II*Walled Garden to W of Troy House On sloping ground about 50m W of Troy House on the S bank of the River Trothy, on the W side of a farm track running S from a bend in the road about 1.5km S of Monmouth.
II*Church of St Dingat About 5km WSW of Monmouth, on the N side of the junction of four minor roads, and close to the E side of the earthworks marking the site of Dingestow Castle.
II*Church of St Catwg In a relatively isolated position about 2.4km SSW of Monmouth, in the fork of two lanes which run S up towards Cwmcarvan Hill.
II*Church of St Wonnow About 2.5km SW of Monmouth, close to Wonastow Court on the S side of the minor road between Monmouth and Dingestow. Screened from the road by trees, but a conspicuous and attractive feature of the vi
II*Church of St Mary About 9km WSW of Monmouth, on the W side of a northward bend in the minor road between Dingestow and Raglan
II*White Swan Court (Units 8-20) Part of the group on the principal street leading north and east from the town square and accessed between Nos.4 & 5.
II*Monmouth Priory Part of the group on the principal street leading north and east from the town square.
II*Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Prominently sited within the linear group of historic buildings leading to St. James's Square on the east side of Monmouth and about 300m east of the town centre. The Chapel is set back from the stre
II*St Anne's House At the junction of the A466 and Chapel Lane and about 200m east of Tintern Abbey.
II*Dovecote at Hygga House About 500m north east of the Church of St Dennis at Llanishen and approached down a lane on the east side of Chepstow Road (B4293).
II*Pant-glas Farmhouse About 1200m to the north east of the Church of St Dennis at Llanishen approached down a lane off the west side of the Chepstow Road (B4293).
II*Tregeiriog Farmhouse Situated on a sloping site beside the by-road, approx. 2km north west of Llanishen and 1.5km south of Llangoven. The house is set back behind a front garden with the former farmyard uphill to the wes
II*The Argoed Set in its own landscaped grounds about 600m south of Penallt (Pentwyn) with magnificent views to the east. Reached from the west drive, close to the fork in the by-road to Tregagle.
II*Church of St Oudoceus On the eastern edge of the village of Llandogo close to the main road (A466). Set in a sloping, polygonal shaped, churchyard with rubble boundary wall.
II*Bigsweir Bridge On the eastern boundary of Trellech Community at the county boundary of Monmouthshire and Gloucestershire carrying the A466 over the River Wye.
II*Pencoed Castle Located at the end of a narrow lane from by-road off B4245, approx 1km S of Llandevaud village and 1km E of Llanmartin.
II*Kemeys Manor Set on the E side of the A449. Located on the W slope of the steep escarpement of Kemeys Graig, immediately to the S of the A449. Set at the end of a long private drive overlooking the River Usk on a
II*Pencoed Castle Gatehouse Located at the front of the castle which is at the end of a narrow lane from by-road off the B4245, approx 1km S of Llandevaud village and 1km E of Llanmartin.
II*Parish Church of St Mary Located on the S side of the Lane leading from Llanwern village to Bishton at the junction of the driveway to Barn Farm. Immediately to the N of the Spencer steelworks
II*Parish Church of St Mary Set on the N side of Church Lane opposite Church Farm, leading off Marshfield Road. The church is surrounded by a low rubble wall with cock and hen coping; lych gate to W and remains of medieval cros
II*Llanrumney Hall PH On low lying ground near the Rhymney River, reached by a short drive off the road, within the housing estate but with open ground S and E.
II*Church of St Augustine Standing in a large roughly square churchyard on sloping ground, the level to N substantially higher than to S. Main entrance through a stone-tiled lych-gate at SE corner; further entrance across sto
II*St John's College (formerly Ty-to-Maen) Set in the remains of the formerly more extensive gardens, reached by a drive from a road created to serve the late C20 surrounding housing. development.
II*Former Navigation Colliery Chimney In the centre of the main Revetment Wall, between the N and S Winding Engine Houses and close to the Workshops and Store, and Lamp Room to rear.
II*Hengoed Viaduct A prominent landscape feature spanning the Rhymney valley between Maesycwmmer and Hengoed.
II*Gelli-groes Mill Reached by a side road running SE from Newport Road (A4048); the Mill faces the Sirhowy River and the bridge and is within a grassy enclosure which retains sluices, channelled millrace and tail race,
II*Former Boiler House at Dunlop Semtex Factory Prominently sited on the E side of the A467 on the S edge of Brynmawr, opposite main Dunlop Semtex factory complex (separately listed within Nantyglo and Blaina Community).
II*Furnace Bank Set back from the E side of Steelworks Road, to rear of factory buildings, and opposite the main entrance to Ebbw Vale Steelworks.
II*SW Roundhouse at Roundhouse Farm Roundhouse Farm is situated on the valley bottom, W of Nantyglo. Farm reached off the end of Waun Ebbw Road. SW tower located some 40 metres away from farmyard.
II*NE Roundhouse at Roundhouse Farm Roundhouse Farm is situated on the valley bottom, W of Nantyglo. Farm reached off the end of Waun Ebbw Road. NE tower located alongside main entrance to farmyard.
II*Agricultural Range at Roundhouse Farm Roundhouse Farm is situated on the valley bottom, W of Nantyglo. Farm reached off the end of Waun Ebbw Road, with the agricultural range situated S of the early C20 farmhouse.
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