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Listed Buildings in Builth, Powys

  1. II Alpha Presbyterian Church
    Occupies prominent site overlooking The Groe.
  2. II Bank House
    Above line of street behind small railed garden.
  3. II Barley Mow P.H.
    On line of street facing S.
  4. II Bristol House occupied by Davies Bros. Grocers
    On line of street. Shop of later nineteenth century, with living accommodation above.
  5. II Clifton House
    Set back from street behind railed foregarden.
  6. II Cosy Corner Tea Rooms Photos
    Skewed building on bend of High Street.
  7. II Drovers Tea Rooms & Restaurant
    On line of street. Eighteenth century, formerly public house.
  8. II Former Confectioner's Shop
    Elevation facing street.
  9. II Hafod
    Set back from street behind railed garden, adjoining No 28.
  10. II Horeb Congregational Church
    Set opposite parish church in small railed yard.
  11. II Hughes Outfitters
    On line of street. On prominent corner site.
  12. II Lion Hotel
    On prominent open site facing Wye Bridge.
  13. II Llanfair Guest House
    On prominent corner site overlooking The Groe.
  14. II Memorial Baptist Chapel Photos
    On prominent corner site, opposite St Mary's churchyard, set behind low railed wall.
  15. II No.10 Broad Street,,,,,powys,
    On line of street adjacent to Lion Hotel.
  16. II No.4 Broad Street,,,,,powys,
    On line of street adjacent to Lion Hotel. Four shops at time of inspection, "Castle Corner", W H Owen (2 shops) and "Wool Shop", but originally probably 2 premises.
  17. II No.6 Broad Street,,,,,powys,,7421
    On line of street adjacent to Lion Hotel.
  18. II No.8 Broad Street,,,,,powys,,7422
    On line of street adjacent to Lion Hotel.
  19. II Oakfield
    Set back from street behind railed foregarden.
  20. II Old Pendre
    Late eighteenth century farmhouse with earlier eighteenth century origins. Formerly known as 'Ystrad' as recorded on 1842 Tithe Map. Operated as farm until 1880's.
  21. II Parish church of St Mary Photos
    Formerly listed under West Street.
  22. II Pen Graig Barn
    Just to the SE of Builth Wells Primary School, within the school playground.
  23. II Peterwell
    Set back from and above street behind small garden.
  24. II Pillar Box
    At eastern corner of Wyeside Arts Centre.
  25. II Pillar Box
    Against Churchyard wall, opposite Memorial Baptist Chapel.
  26. II Post Office
    On prominent site, close to Groe.
  27. II Premises now occupied by J.K.Evans
    Set back from and elevated from street, at corner of churchyard.
  28. II Premises now occupied by National Westminster Bank
    Set back from and elevated from street, at corner of churchyard.
  29. II Roy Brown's Coaches
    15 High Street
  30. II Swan Hotel
    Later C19 public house on street line of Market Street, facing down High Street and closing view from High Street.
  31. II T.J. Morgan
    Elevation facing street.
  32. II Telephone Call-box
    At eastern corner of Wyeside Arts Centre.
  33. II The Fountain Hotel
    On line of street with listed buildings opposite.
  34. II The Old Hall
    Opposite St Mary's churchyard.
  35. II The Old Hall
    Opposite St Mary's churchyard.
  36. II The Old Hall
    Opposite St Mary's churchyard.
  37. II The Plough Inn P.H.
    On corner of Market Street and Brecon Road.
  38. II The White Horse PH
    13 High Street
  39. II The White House
    Farmhouse on prominent site on bend in road, with walled garden in front.
  40. II Vaynor House
    Set back from street behind railed foregarden.
  41. II War Memorial
    On prominent site at entrance to the Groe.
  42. II Wye Bridge
    Spanning River Wye between former counties of Brecon and Radnor, (now districts of Brecknock and Radnor).
  43. II Wyeside Arts Centre
    On prominent site overlooking River Wye and Wye Bridge.

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