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Listed Buildings in Banwy, Powys

  1. II Cae'n-y-coed
    150m south of the River Banwy, reached by a minor road about 1½km west of the village of Llangadfan.
  2. II Cann Office Hotel
    At south side of the A458 in the village of Llangadfan.
  3. II Church of St Cadfan Photos
    In the village of Llangadfan to south of the Afon Banwy. The church stands a little east of centre in a churchyard surrounded by a wall in slatey stone; gate to west, steps down to field at south. W
  4. II Detached Outbuildings Range at Rhiwlas (former Rectory)
    To the north-west of the house.
  5. II Dol-Hywel
    Reached by Cwm-nant about 4km south-west of Llanerfyl village, and located on the east-facing flank of Moel-ddolwen, but just within the boundary of Banwy Community.
  6. II East Range of Farmyard Buildings at Maesllymystyn
    At the south-east side of the farmyard about 50m south of Maesllymystyn.
  7. II Farm Outbuilding at Cae'n-y-coed
    At other side of the farm lane to Cae'n-y-coed farmhouse.
  8. II Hay Barn at Maesllymystyn Farm
    About 20m south of Maesllymystyn farmhouse.
  9. II Lletypiod and Tynewydd
    At north side of the village of Foel.
  10. II Llwydiarth Saw Mill
    Situated in Dyfnant Forest and reached by a forest road along the valley of Afon Vyrnwy between Abertridwr and Llwydiarth. On low ground to S of Bont Canol over river, embanked mill race to rear.
  11. II Lychgate of St Cadfan's Church Photos
    To east of St Cadfan's Church, within the present churchyard.
  12. II Maesllymystyn farmhouse
    About 500m south of the Afon Banwy. The farmhouse is within a walled enclosure to the north of Maesllymystyn farmyard. Garden to south-east and south-west with path to main door; paved yard to rear (
  13. II Milestone at Bwlch-y-Fedwen
    At the north side of the A458 about 600m west of Dol-y-maen.
  14. II Milestone near Dyffryn Restaurant
    At the south side of the A458 about 30m west of Dyffryn Restaurant.
  15. II Milestone near Foel-fach
    At the north side of the A458 about 1km east of Dol-y-maen.
  16. II Milestone near Wern Farmyard
    At the north side of the A458 close to the entrance to Wern Farm.
  17. II Milestone on B4395 near Glanaber
    On west side of the B4395 close to the junction with the A458.
  18. II North Range of Farmyard Buildings at Maesllymystyn
    At the north-east side of the farmyard about 50m south of Maesllymystyn.
  19. II Parish Church of St Tydecho, Foel Photos
    On a small hill to the north-west of the village of Foel. Stone churchyard wall; iron gate at north.
  20. II Pont Llangadfan
    In the village of Llangadfan reached by a minor road about 250m south of the Cann Office Hotel.
  21. II Pont Llogel (Partly in Llanfihangel community)
    Over the Afon Efyrnwy in the village of Pont-Llogel (on boundary with Llanfihangel Community).
  22. II Pont Nant-y-dugoed (partly in Mawddwy community)
    The bridge carries the main A458 mallwyd to Welshpool over the deep valley of the Nant-y-Dugoed stream.
  23. II Pont Rhyd-yr-efail (partly in the community of Llanerfyl)
    Over the Afon Gam, a right tributary of the Afon Banwy, about 1km south of the village of Llangadfan.
  24. II Pont-y-clochydd
    Over the Afon Twrch about 500m upstream from Pont Twrch.
  25. II Rhiwlas (former Rectory) with open-sided Coach-shed to north-west
    About 175m south-west of St Cadfan's church in the village of Llangadfan.
  26. II South Range of Farmyard Buildings at Maesllymystyn
    At the south-west side of the farmyard about 50m south of Maesllymystyn.
  27. II St Cadfan's Well
    At north side of the road 100m west of Pont Llangadfan (reached by a small path connecting Dol-feinir and Bryn-hyfryd).
  28. II Ty'n-y-llan
    Immediately north-west of St Tydecho's church, Foel.
  29. II West Range of Farmyard Buildings at Maesllymystyn with Coach-house, Stable, Haybarn and Granary
    At the north-west side of the farmyard about 50m south of Maesllymystyn.

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