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Listed Buildings in Aberedw, Powys

  1. II Barn at Pen-castell
    Parallel to the house, on the opposite side of the track that leads onto the ridge of Aberedw Hill.
  2. II* Church of St Cewydd Photos
    Within a churchyard on the S side of the road through the village and on the N side of the River Edw.
  3. II Church of St David Photos
    An isolated church within a round churchyard approximately 6.2km ENE of Aberedw.
  4. II Church of St Padarn Photos
    Within a churchyard on the N bank of the River Edw, N of Llanbadarn-y-garreg bridge.
  5. II Cwm-Berllan
    On the S side of a sunken track approximately 250m NE of Rhulen church.
  6. II Dan-y-Coed
    Approximately 300m NNE of the parish church, at the end of a by-road on the N side of the road through the village.
  7. II Hen Dy Ysgol
    Set back from and above the N side of the road through the village, approximately 150m E of the parish church. The former school (now Llau Edw) is attached to the SE angle of the house.
  8. II Hergest Bridge (partly in Glascwm Community)
    On a minor road S of Hergest Farm, spanning the River Edw approximately 1.25km NE of Llanbadarn-y-garreg church.
  9. II Llewellyn House
    Immediately E of and below the parish church, on the S side of the road through the village, facing the N bank of the River Edw.
  10. II Multi-purpose farm building at Dan-y-Coed Farm
    On the S side of the farmhouse and forming the E side of the yard.
  11. II Pantau
    Beside a footpath approximately 0.8km SE of the parish church.
  12. II Pen-castell
    1km approx NE of Aberedw, approached via a track off the lane that runs NE from the village skirting the eastern flank of Aberedw hill. The house is situated towards the brow of the slope.

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