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Listed Buildings in Blackwood, Caerphilly

  1. II* Blackwood Miners Welfare Institute Photos
    At the N end of High Street approximately 240m S of the parish church.
  2. II Blackwood War Memorial Photos
    At the junction of Lewis Lewis Avenue and Pentwyn Avenue.
  3. II Former Coach House at Maes Manor
    On the NW side of the house.
  4. II Gate piers and flanking walls to forecourt of Maes Manor
    On the NE side of the house.
  5. II Gate piers with flanking doorways and walls at entrance to Maes Manor
    On the E side of the house set back from a minor road between Blackwood and Bedwellty.
  6. II Gelli-Dywyll Farmhouse (also known as Cwmgelli Farm)
    Set back from the road approximately 1km N of Blackwood centre, with the principal farm buildings and yard on its E side.
  7. II Kitchen garden walls, pavilion and terrace at Maes Manor
    On the N side of the house.
  8. II Lower terrace revetment and gates in garden to S of Maes Manor
    Forming the boundary of the formal garden on the S side of the house.
  9. II Maes Manor Hotel
    In its own grounds reached on W side of a minor road between Blackwood and Bedwellty, approximately 2km N of Blackwood town centre.
  10. II North Lodge
    On the N side of the main entrance to Maes Manor, on the W side of a minor road between Blackwood and Bedwellty.
  11. II Pont Syr Dafydd
    At the foot of Rhiw Syr Dafydd Hill, an exceptionally steep road crossing the Sirhowy valley and linking Penmaen and Oakdale, with Blackwood and Bedwellty.
  12. II Pont Syr Dafydd (partly in Penmaen Community)
    At the foot of Rhiw Syr Dafydd Hill, an exceptionally steep road crossing the Sirhowy valley, and SE of the PH at Rock on the Newport Road.
  13. II South Lodge
    On the S side of the main entrance to Maes Manor, on the W side of a minor road between Blackwood and Bedwellty.
  14. II T-plan agricultural range at Gelli-Dywyll Farm (also known as Cwmgelli Farm)
    On the E side of the house.
  15. II Upper terrace revetment and steps in garden to S of Maes Manor
    In the formal garden on the S side of the house.

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