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Grade II* Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Montgomeryshire

  1. II* Pont Lllanymynech (lies partly in Llansdysilio Commuinity area)
    Main road bridge over River Vyrnwy on S edge of village.
  2. II* Church of St Michael and All Angels
    Situated at foot of N face of Breidden Hill.
  3. II* Admiral Rodney's Pillar
    Located at the top point of Breidden Hill, OS datum 345m.
  4. II* The Vicarage
    Set back from the road as it bends away from the centre of the village to follow the river Rhiw.
  5. II* Glansevern Hall
    Between the A483 and the River Severn; set in parkland.
  6. II* Vaynor Park
    On high ground to the SW of Berriew village, in a landscaped park.
  7. II* Lower cil Farmhouse
    Set back on the E side of the Castle Caereinion Road, beyond Cil Chapel, 1km approx. NW of Berriew village.
  8. II* Stable Block at Vaynor Park
    Berriew
  9. II* Church of St Beuno
    Located in a circular churchyard, on high ground overlooking the village of Bettws Cedewain.
  10. II* Cwm y Dwrgi
    Located about 6km SE of Machynlleth, in a remote situation above a minor road which runs S from Forge.
  11. II* Maesmawr Hall Hotel
    The hotel is located in the Severn valley bottom, at the end of a formal axial drive off the main Newtown to Llanidloes Road, 700m E of the junction with the A.470 to Machynlleth and level crossing.
  12. II* Church of St Gwynog/Cynog
    The church is located in a raised oval churchyard at the centre of the village of Llanwnog, which was later extended to the S to border the B.4568.
  13. II* Plasau duon
    The farmhouse is located on a platform above the left bank of the Afon Carno, on a farm road leading off the lane from the A.470 to Bwlch-y-garreg.
  14. II* Plasnewydd
    Situated on a minor road between Carno and Maesypandy, approximately 0.75km E of Carno church. The house is built on a sloping site, and faces a yard to the N flanked by C19 farm buildings, beyond wh
  15. II* Church of St Mary
    Located in a prominent position in the small village of Llanllugan within a roughly circular churchyard.
  16. II* Gwernfyda (also known as Gwern-y-Fedw) including attached barns
    Located approximately 1.5km SW of Llanllugan, on a lane which links Cefn Coch with Adfa. The house is situated on a probable platform site at the bottom of a hillside, and faces SE.
  17. II* Poultry House
    Approximately 0.9m SE of Leighton Hall and reached from a minor road E of B4388 from which a short private road leads through a forestry plantation to the cottage and Poultry House.
  18. II* Church of the Holy Trinity, Leighton
    Prominently sited on E side of the Severn valley, beside a minor road on E side of B4388, and at N entrance to Leighton Farm. The church is sited within a walled churchyard.
  19. II* Piggery and Sheep Shed, Leighton Farm
    Situated at the N end of Leighton Farm.
  20. II* Fodder Storage Building N of former Root Shed, Leighton Farm
    Situated on the E side of Leighton Farm with the former Root Shed to S and minor road to E.
  21. II* Fodder Storage Building NE of former Root Shed, Leighton Farm
    Situated on the E side of a minor road through Leighton Farm. The remaining group of farm buildings are on the opposite side of the road.
  22. II* Former Root Shed, Leighton Farm
    Situated at the SE corner of Leighton Farm and at the corner of a junction of minor roads through Leighton. The former Root Shed has a brick wall with stone coping on its east side.
  23. II* Slurry Tank
    Situated at the top of Moel y Mab approximately 0.9km SE of Leighton church and reached by private road W of a minor road between Leighton and Trelystan.
  24. II* Footbridge and boundary wall on N side of Leighton Hall
    Located on the N boundary of the landscape gardens of Leighton Hall, with the Serpentine Pond immediately to S.
  25. II* Footbridge E of Leighton Hall Tower
    Situated E of Leighton Hall Tower, S of Serpentine Pond and NE of a terrace walk at Leighton Hall.
  26. II* Threshing Barn and Granary, Leighton Farm
    Situated in the centre of Leighton Farm with Stockyards I and II to NE and NW respectively, and Stockyard IV to S.
  27. II* Cart Shed, Leighton Farm
    Situated within the main group of buildings at Leighton Farm. The Cart Shed stands immediately W of the former Root Shed and N of Maes-y-Gro. On its W side is a small yard with farm road.
  28. II* Mill and Tank House, Leighton Farm
    Towards N end of Leighton Farm with Piggery and Sheep Shed to N, farm road and Stockyards I and II to S, and with Granary attached to S side above the road.
  29. II* Stockyard I, Leighton Farm
    On the E side of Leighton Farm with a farm road to N, a minor road to E, a Fodder Storage Building to S. The upper level of the W range is the Granary attached to the Threshing Barn and Mill and is t
  30. II* Stockyard II, Leighton Farm
    On the W side of Leighton Farm with Stockyard III to W, Hay Storage Building to S. The upper level of the E range is the Granary attached to the Threshing Barn and Mill. The E range is also the part
  31. II* Stockyard III, Leighton Farm
    On the W side of Leighton Farm with a farm road on N and W sides. On E side is Stockyard II and Hay Storage Building; to S are further stockhouses.
  32. II* Hay Storage Building, Leighton Farm
    On W side of Leighton Farm with Threshing Barn to E, Stockyard II to N, Stockyard III to W and stockhouses to S.
  33. II* Stockyard IV, Leighton Farm
    Situated in the centre of Leighton Farm with Threshing Barn to N and Stable to S.
  34. II* Former Office and Stock Houses N of Poolton and Gortheur, Leighton Farm
    Situated on the W side of Leighton Farm with farm road to W, Stockyard III and Hay Storage Building attached to N, and Poolton and Gortheur attached to S.
  35. II* Stable, Leighton Farm
    Situated at S end of Leighton Farm, fronting a minor road through Leighton. The building is attached to Stockyard IV on N side.
  36. II* West Stockhouse, Leighton Farm
    Situated at the W end of Leighton Farm with a walled yard to W and farm road to E.
  37. II* Former Sheep-Drying Shed, with attached walls, Leighton Farm
    Situated on the NW side of Leighton Farm, with Piggery and Sheep Shed to E. Its attached wall continues S as West Stockyard Wall.
  38. II* Footbridge E of Serpentine Pond at Leighton Hall
    Situated to the E of the Serpentine Pond, on the NE side of the landscape gardens at Leighton Hall.
  39. II* Church of All Saints
    Isolated building high up on Long Mountain and situated E of a minor road between Leighton and Marton. The church is reached down a private track and has a woodland plantation to its E.
  40. II* Cemmaes Bychan
    Located at the end of a short track off the W side of the road, close to the River Dovey.
  41. II* Aberffrydlan
    Set down from the road close to the River Dovey, approx. 1km W of Llanwrin.
  42. II* Abergwydol
    Located in the Dovey valley, on the NW side of the main road, almost opposite the junction with the minor road to Abercegir.
  43. II* Pwlliwrch
    In a wooded upland location, approx. 1km SE of Darowen and reached by tracks running N from Tal y Wern.
  44. II* Church of St Dyfrig
    Prominently sited in a raised circular churchyard on the NW side of the village.
  45. II* Esgair Llewelyn
    Located in an upland position in a clearing in the Dyfi Forest and reached by lanes and tracks running N from the B4404 at Mathafarn.
  46. II* Tan y ffordd
    Located at the end of a short track off the W side of the road, close to the River Dovey.
  47. II* Trawscoed Hall (also known as Crosswood)
    Located on a hilltop overlooking Groes-lwyd and the main Welshpool-Llanfyllin Road, replacing a building of 1583.
  48. II* Llyswen
    Located at the end of Llyswen Lane, on high ground overlooking the Llyswen Dingle to the S.
  49. II* Llanerch Brochwell
    Located on a platform site overlooking the Guilsfield Brook valley, with an access drive from the junction with Laundry Lane.
  50. II* Lower Garth (also known as Garth Isaf)
    Located behind trees, S of the B.4392 turning to Guilsfield village.
  51. II* Park Farmhouse
    Located off a minor road running W of Groes-lwyd crossroads.
  52. II* Maesmawr Hall
    Located in a narrow valley, approached by a long driveway from Maesmawr Road, and is set in its own landscaped grounds.
  53. II* Dolforgan Hall
    Located on the valley bottom at the end of a driveway leading off the main road 1km W of Kerry village, and set amid its former estate, with stable building, formal garden, and shrubbery.
  54. II* Church of St Mary
    Located approximately 3.2 kilometres S of Llanbrynmair on the B 4518, and set in an oval churchyard on a small hill.
  55. II* Llandinam Bridge
    Set at right angles to the main A.470 on the northern edge of Llandinam village, and carrying the by-road west over the River Severn.
  56. II* Statue and pedestal, to David Davies of Llandinam
    Situated at the roadside, set back from the eastern end of Llandinam Bridge.
  57. II* Plâs Dinam
    Plâs Dinam stands on an elevated plateau above the valley of the Severn, approximately 1Km N of the village centre. It is approached from a formal driveway from the A.470 Caersws to Llanidloes road.
  58. II* Church of St Trunio Photos
    Located on S side of road, at centre of village, within its large churchyard.
  59. II* Llandrinio Hall
    The house lies 600m W of the parish church, at the end of the an avenue of trees planted c.1920.
  60. II* Trederwen House Photos
    Located back from the minor road from Ardd-lin to Burgedin.
  61. II* Aqueduct carrying Montgomeryshire Canal over River Vyrnwy
    Aqueduct parallel to B4398 road bridge over the River Vyrnwy; links the embanked canal from the north to the higher south side of the river at Newbridge.
  62. II* Cefn Bryntalch Hall
    Located in a sheltered position near the top of a wooded hill which overlooks the Severn Valley. Close to a motte and bailey castle. The house is approached by a sweeping drive and is surrounded by
  63. II* Church of St Llwchaiarn
    Located on a narrow lane 400m N of Llanmerewig village to the east of Church Farm. The church is situated in an oval churchyard bounded by a masonry wall.
  64. II* Brynderwen Bridge and Bridge 147 over the Montgomeryshire Canal
    Two bridges on the B4368 which links the A483 and Abermule village. Brynderwen bridge crosses the River Severn, to the E of bridge 147 over the Montgomeryshire canal.
  65. II* Church of St. Garmon
    In a circular churchyard at the centre of the village of Llanfechain. Stone churchyard wall, lychgate at south. Sundial shaft near path to church.
  66. II* Ffinnant Farmhouse
    At the boundary between Llansantffraid and LLanfechain Communities. Reached along farm lane off N side of B4393, beside Foel Hill, approximately 1km W of Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain. Faces N across fa
  67. II* Council House
    Opposite entrance to Parish Church Yard.
  68. II* The Manor House
    On S corner of Square and Narrow Street.
  69. II* Cruck Barn at Rhosfawr
    To E and at right angles to farmhouse.
  70. II* Church of St Curig Photos
    On the SW side of the village, reached from the main road and set down towards the N bank of the River Wye.
  71. II* Church of St Cynyw
    In the hamlet of Llangyniew, about 4 km south-east of Pontrobert. Churchyard originally circular, extended in 1926 and defined by walls and railings. The building is oriented north-east (but conventio
  72. II* John Hughes Memorial Chapel (Pontrobert Chapel)
    In a cul-de-sac lane to the north of Pontrobert Village (leading to Pentre-uchaf), on west side of lane; the chapel cemetery in on the opposite side (in different ownership).
  73. II* Garth-fawr
    Reached by a lane east of a minor road to the north-east of the village of Pontrobert.
  74. II* Neuadd Cynhinfa
    Situated on a broad upland site approximately 3km SE of Dolanog; reached from a lane NE off the B4382. Farmyard ranges to E; cobbled forecourt with well.
  75. II* Dolobran Hall
    1 km west of Pontrobert village, reached by a lane to the north of the Pontrobert to Mathrafal road. Farmyard at north and west (including listed farm building), garden to south.
  76. II* Llwyn-onn, Tanat Valley
    To the north side of the Afon Tanat, about 2 km east of the village of Llangynog. The upper part of the house is sunk in a hollow and the lower part of the house is built on a raised platform.
  77. II* Sion United Reformed Church Photos
    Impressively sited well back from the road with raised lawns either side of central footpath.
  78. II* Dol-Llys Hall
    Reached from the by-road that branches NE off the Trefeglwys road (B 4569) about 1 mile from the town; short straight drive up to the house which is set in extensive wooded grounds with lake.
  79. II* Capel Seion including Railings Photos
    Situated on the N side of the square just W of the bridge in the centre of Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant.
  80. II* Church of St Ffraid
    At north-east of the village, in an elevated situation; churchyard mostly stone-walled, with iron gates. Iron railings at Vicarage side. Sundial near porch.
  81. II* Parish Church of St Wddyn Photos
    300 m east of the Vyrnwy Dam, in a grassed churchyard in which there are apparently no burials; iron railings and gates.
  82. II* The Court House
    At the E end of the street; detached to left.
  83. II* The Court House
    At the E end of the street; detached to left.
  84. II* Royal House Photos
    In the centre of the town, on the corner of Penrallt and Garsiwn.
  85. II* Plas Machynlleth
    To S of the town centre. Set in its own grounds.
  86. II* Llynlloedd
    Reached up a track SE from Heol Maengwyn. Set in its own grounds to SE of Plas Machynlleth.
  87. II* Church of St Michael and All Angels
    The church stands centrally in the formerly oval churchyard, at the centre of the village. The churchyard, which was extended c.1926, has a lych-gate (q.v.) and a granite war memorial in the S corner
  88. II* Pen-y-Lan Hall
    Located at the foot of Broniarth Hill, facing N over the Dyffryn Meifod.
  89. II* Cefnllyfnog Farmhouse
    Reached by a farm track from a minor road, about 2 km north-east of Bwlch-y-cibau.
  90. II* Pentre'r Gof (also known as Pentrego)
    Located on a platform site in the valley of the Either Bach, 550m N of the crossroads in the centre of Meifod.
  91. II* Plas Nant-y-Meichiaid
    Located close to the south side of the road from Llanfyllin to Pontrobert.
  92. II* Friends' Meeting House
    Located in a deliberately obscure position in a fold of the hill at the end of a farm track N of Forge Farm. Burial ground is now a garden.
  93. II* Bryngwyn Hall
    Situated in its own landscaped park, on the northern side of Bwlch-y-cibau.
  94. II* Goetre
    Located in its own grounds facing S over the narrow valley between Allt fawr and Gallt-yr-ancr, approached by a long driveway from Pentre, lined with sequoias on the approach to the house.
  95. II* Cruck-framed farm-building at Ystum Colwyn
    Ystum Colwyn Farm is at the eastern angle of the junction of the A490 and the A495 NE of Meifod. The cruck-framed farm-buildings bounds the SW side of the farmyard, SE of the house.
  96. II* Primary House at Rhos Fawr Isaf
    In the hills that run between the Vyrnwy and Cwm Nant y meichiad, some 2.5km NW of Meifod. The building is down-hill sited, occupying a prominent rock spur to the SE of the later farmhouse.
  97. II* Bronwylfa Photos
    Situated to right of Cullen House, the National Westminster Bank.
  98. II* Clawdd-y-dre
    Situated facing W down Lions Bank with grounds in angle of former town walls.
  99. II* The Town Hall Photos
    Situated in centre of Montgomery, facing E down Broad Street.
  100. II* Rock House Photos
    Situated prominently facing E over the Market Square.
  101. II* Newtown Baptist Church including perimeter railings Photos
    Prominently sited at the corner of New Church Street with New Road.
  102. II* Tomb of Robert Owen, including Railings
    Set against the south side of the former Parish Church.
  103. II* Friends Meeting House (Cwrt Plas-yn-dre)
    On the roadside half a mile West from Penygloddfa in Dolerw Park.
  104. II* Penarth House
    Set back from the road in its own grounds 3/4 mile South West of the junction of Pool Road with the B4389.
  105. II* Ystradfaelog
    Located on the W side of a lane which runs N off the B4569 towards Clatter.
  106. II* Rhyd y Carw
    Located off the S side of the lane which runs W from Trefeglwys to Llawr y Glyn, and on the N banks of the Afon Trannon. Approx. 1.4km from Trefeglwys.
  107. II* Talgarth Photos
    Located on the S side of a no-through road which runs SW from Trefeglwys following Afon Trannon. The house is on the S banks of the river, approx. 1.1 km from Trefeglwys.
  108. II* Ty Mawr
    Located at the end of a track off a no-through road which follows the Nant y Bachws, a tributary of Afon Trannon. On low-lying ground and approx. 1.8km SW of Trefeglwys.
  109. II* Y Gribyn
    Located off the W side of a lane which runs NW up the hillside from Llawr y Glyn; approx 0.8km from the village.
  110. II* Gregynog Hall
    1.7km SW of parish church, in a large area of parkland and gardens. The house faces roughly SE.
  111. II* Trewern House (also known as Trewern Farmhouse) (South)
    Trewern
  112. II* Trewern Hall
    The house lies off the N side of the A 458(T), on a low spur in the flood plain of the River Severn valley, from which it is partially protected by the dykes erected after the 'Argae Act' of 1788 and
  113. II* Grotto at Maesfron
    Situated in the landscaped gardens to the south-east of Maesfron house. Built into the steep bank south of the gazebo.
  114. II* Llwyn Melyn Farmhouse
    Located on a strategic raised site in the centre of the Pwll Bychan valley between the high land masses of the Breidden and Long Mountain.
  115. II* Glanhafren
    Between the railway line and the river to the S of Welshpool, approached via a track which leaves the A490 Montgomery Road immediately W of Cilcewydd
  116. II* Llanerchydol Hall
    In parkland between the Llanfair and Llanfyllin Roads to the W of Welshpool.
  117. II* Christ Church Photos
    On the edge of Powis Castle Park, prominently sited above the town.
  118. II* ,5&6,High Street,Welshpool,,POWYS, Photos
    On the E corner with Park Lane.
  119. II* Trefnant Hall
    The farm is located on a raised plateau approximately 200m N of the lane leading SW from Welshpool.
  120. II* Former Powysland Museum & Library Photos
    Built around 2 sides of No 1 Salop Road, with the museum facing Salop Road, and the library facing onto Red Bank.
  121. II* Statue of Fame in entrance courtyard at Powis Castle Photos
    Forms the centrepiece of the courtyard on the W side of the castle
  122. II* Statue of Hercules at E of Top Terrace in Powis Castle Gardens
    Towards the E end of the top terrace of the gardens, close to the great yew hedge.
  123. II* Powis Estate Sawmill with cast-iron launder
    Alongside the road 1.6km approx. S of Welshpool.

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