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Listed Buildings in Cadfarch, Powys

  1. II 1 Pensarn
    Located approx. 0.5km N of Glaspwll, on the W side of the lane which leads towards Machynlleth.
  2. II 2 Pensarn
    Located approx. 0.5km N of Glaspwll, on the W side of the lane which leads towards Machynlleth.
  3. II* Abergwydol
    Located in the Dovey valley, on the NW side of the main road, almost opposite the junction with the minor road to Abercegir.
  4. II Aberhosan Independent Chapel, including forecourt walls and railings
    Situated on the W edge of Aberhosan on the N side of the minor road through the village.
  5. II Black Lion Inn
    Located in the Centre of Derwenlas on the S side of the main road.
  6. II Cae Carog
    Located 0.7km NW of Aberhosan, set down on the W side of the minor road which runs into the village.
  7. II Cae Saer
    Located in the centre of Glaspwll, on the E side of a minor road leading from Machynlleth, and on the N side of the Llyfnant valley.
  8. II Caethle
    Located at Aber-Draw on the N edge of Aberhosan and on the N side of Nant Cwmdu; reached by a short lane off the minor road through the village.
  9. II Cefn Cyfrifol
    In an upland location to the SW of Aberhosan, reached by lanes running S of and 2.5km from the mountain road from Machynlleth to Llanidloes.
  10. II Church of St Cadfarch
    Located towards the W end of the village, set back from the N side of the main road.
  11. II* Cwm y Dwrgi
    Located about 6km SE of Machynlleth, in a remote situation above a minor road which runs S from Forge.
  12. II Cwm-hafod-march
    In an upland location approx. 2.3km from Aberhosan, reached by a lane which runs S from the village, and a track.
  13. II Cynffyrch
    Located in a prominent upland location to the S of Derwenlas, reached by a lane leading SW from the village and a track off its E side.
  14. II Felin Crewi
    Located approx. 0.35km WSW of the centre of Penegoes, on the E side of a minor lane running S from A489; the mill pond on E side is fed from the Afon Crewi.
  15. II Gydrhos
    Located off the E side of a lane running NE from Melinbyrhedyn to Tal y wern, and approx. 0.75km from Melinbyrhedyn.
  16. II Milestone S of Pont Llyfnant
    Located 40m S of Pont Llyfnant.
  17. II Multi-purpose farm building at Cefn Cyfrifol
    Located opposite the farmhouse, on the E side of the lane.
  18. II Multi-purpose farm building at Gydrhos
    Located opposite the farmhouse, fronting the E side of the road from Melinbyrhedyn to Tal y wern.
  19. II North Farm Building adjacent to Pennal Chapel
    Forming the N side of the farmyard, Pennal Chapel forming the E side. The farm buildings are associated with Cae Saer, and are located a little to the N of the house.
  20. II Outbuilding to SW of Y Rheithordy
    Located to the SW of Y Rheithordy.
  21. II Pen-rhiw-las
    Situated in an upland location above and to the N of Melinbyrhedyn, but reached by lanes and a track from Penegoes to the W.
  22. II Pennal Independent Chapel
    In the Llyfnant Valley on the N side of Glaspwll, fronting a group of 2 farm buildings at Cae Saer. A farmyard boundary wall adjoins the NW angle of the chapel, with a gate to the S. The farm buildi
  23. II Plas Dolguog
    Located in the Dovey valley, at the end of a lane which runs N from the main road, approx. 1.5km W of Penegoes.
  24. II Rhiwfelen
    Located approx. 1.5km SE of Penegoes, set down from the S side of a minor road, and above the Afon Crewi.
  25. II South Farm Building adjacent to Pennal Chapel
    Forming the S side of the farmyard, Pennal Chapel forming the E side. The farm buildings are associated with Cae Saer, and are located a little to the N of the house.
  26. II Tynohir
    Located off the E side of the A487, on a track immediately N of Pont Llyfnant.
  27. II Y Rheithordy
    Located opposite the church, the driveway reached off a lane leading S from the main road. Set in grounds, with outbuildings to the SW and E.
  28. II Yr Efail
    Located in the centre of Melinbyrhedyn, on the N side of a minor no-though road leading towards the E.

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