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Listed Buildings in Bronllys, Powys

  1. II Barn at W side of farmyard at Y Dderw
    The barn lies at the W end of the farmyard, SSW of Y Dderw.
  2. II Barn S of Y Dderw
    Located to the S of Y Dderw farmhouse, on the W side of the main approach driveway, and forming the E side of the farmyard.
  3. II Basil Webb Hall, at Bronllys Hospital
    Situated on the campus of the King Edward VII Welsh National Tuberculosis Hospital, to the E of the main hospital buildings.
  4. II Boughrood Bridge
    Located off the A.470 N of Llyswen village, and forming the major bridge across the Wye between Glasbury and Erwood.
  5. II* Bronllys Castle House (including Castle Cottage).
    Located within the inner bailey of Bronllys Castle, NNW of the motte.
  6. II Chapel at Bronllys Hospital
    Situated in open ground to the west of Bronllys; the chapel lies to the south of the widely spaced pavilions making up the former tuberculosis sanatorium.
  7. II Church of St. Gwendoline
    Located immediately NE of the centre of the village, approximately 60m from the A.470.
  8. II Church of St. Mary Photos
    Located behind the road side development of Church Street, adjacent to the large moated manorial site.
  9. II* Detached belltower at the church of St. Mary
    Located within the churchyard of the Church of St. Mary, approximately 10m NE of the chancel.
  10. II Engine House at Llangoed Hall
    Located on the N side of the forecourt of Llangoed Hall, in line with the Laundry House, completing the SW corner of the stable yard.
  11. II Farmyard buildings at Trephilip
    Located to the N of the farmhouse, beyond the crest of the hill.
  12. II Gatepiers at Llangoed Hall
    Located at the entrance to the carriage circle in front of the main W entrance elevation of Llangoed Hall.
  13. II Griffin Inn
    Located at the turn of the A.470 Builth to Brecon road in the centre of Llyswen village.
  14. I Keep at Bronllys Castle Photos
    Located strategically near the crossing of the Llynfi River, perched on a motte approximately 6m high
  15. II Laundry House including attached courtyard wall and gate piers, at Llangoed Hall
    Located at the N side of a service yard, on the N side of the entrance carriage circle of Llangoed Hall.
  16. II Llangoed Cottage Workshop
    Located on the NW side of the entrance forecourt of Llangoed Hall, in line with and to the SW of the Laundry House.
  17. II Llangoed Farmhouse
    Located below the main Brecon to Builth road, to the W of Llangoed Hall, with its farm buildings to the N and E.
  18. II* Llangoed Hall
    Located on a raised terrace on the floor of the Wye valley, within its own 4 hectares grounds and formerly associated farmland, and having staff housing and stable court to the NNE, separately listed.
  19. II Llyswen Presbyterian Church
    Located within its own linear churchyard, alongside the main Builth to Crickhowell Road, just beyond the S end of Llyswen village. The churchyard has a stone wall with a gate opening along the road f
  20. II Lower House Farmhouse
    A farmhouse set at right angles to the road, backing on to the farmyard to the NW.
  21. II Milestone at Keepers' Cottage
    Located at the back of the road verge against the driveway to Keeper's Cottage, close to the parish boundary between Llyswen and Llandefalle parishes
  22. II Milestone N of Marish Farm
    Located on the S side of a field gate, approximately 200m N of Marish farm, an on the parish boundary between Bronllys and Pipton parish.
  23. II Milestone opposite Little Eames
    Located on the road verge, almost opposite Little Eames, E of the crossing of the road by the Hay to Brecon tramway.
  24. II Milestone opposite Y Dderw
    Located in the road verge, almost opposite the main driveway to Y Dderw farmhouse.
  25. II Pentre-Sollars
    Located on high ground above the S side of the Wye valley, accessed by a farm road leading off a minor road west from the top of Dderw hill on the A.479.
  26. II Pipton farmhouse
    Located on the N side of the road from Aberllynfi to Builth, W of the bridge over the River Llynfi.
  27. II Pontithel (partly in Gwernyfed community)
    Located on the main Hay to Brecon road, carrying the road over the Afon Llynfi.
  28. II Spread Eagle
    Located gable end and close to the road, on a platform site.
  29. II Stable-courtyard ranges including staff houses at Llangoed Hall
    Located to the NW of Llangoed Hall, with independent driveway off the main entrance.
  30. II Star House
    Located immediately S of the centre of the village, at the end of a row of two, and detached on the right. At one time an inn or 'beer-house'.
  31. II Trefithel Farmhouse
    Located at the end of a farm road, at the top of a hill, facing W with the farm yard and buildings to the rear.
  32. II Trephilip Farmhouse
    Set with its axis N-S on a hilltop site, 300m N of the main Bronllys to Brecon road, and accessed by a farm road. The farm buildings lie immediately N of the house.
  33. II* Trericket Mill
    Situated 3.2 km N of Llyswen village, below the main road at the border between Bronllys and Erwood Communities, and Brecknock and Radnor Districts. Besides the Sgithen Brook.
  34. II Upper Llangoed Farmhouse
    Located on high ground above Llyswen, on the minor road from Llangoed to Brechfa and Llandefalle. The farmhouse sits on a bank, to the S of the farm buildings.
  35. II* Workshop and gallery at Bronllys Castle House
    Located to the SW of Bronllys Castle House, backing on to the turn of the former inner bailey of the castle, and forming the W side of the front lawns of the house.
  36. II* Y Dderw
    Located at the head of the driveway off the main Llyswen to Hay road, on level ground in the floodplain of the River Wye.

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