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Listed Buildings in Carno, Powys

  1. II Capel Peniel
    Situated at W end of Carno village, opposite road to Llanllugan and Laura Ashley factory. Set back from the road and bounded by a wall on N, E and W sides.
  2. II Milestone
    Situated 150m east of turning to Ty Coch, and 1.5km E of Carno church.
  3. II Milestone
    Situated opposite Carno church. The stone is set into the boundary wall of Llys-ywen.
  4. II Milestone
    On the N side of a short farm road to Sarn farm, on the S side of the A470, 1.5km NW of Carno church.
  5. II Milestone
    On the N side of a short farm road to Sarn farm, on the S side of the A470, 1.5km NW of Carno church.
  6. II Plas Llysyn
    Situated at the end of a private road on the S side of the A470, with gardens to front and rear. On the E side is a former stable block.
  7. II* Plasnewydd
    Situated on a minor road between Carno and Maesypandy, approximately 0.75km E of Carno church. The house is built on a sloping site, and faces a yard to the N flanked by C19 farm buildings, beyond wh
  8. II Sarn Farmhouse
    Situated at the end of a short farm road on the S side of the A470, and S of the Cambrian railway. The house faces N on to a yard, with the railway beyond.
  9. II Tegfan
    On the W side of an unclassified road between Carno and the Cerniog valley, approximately 50m south of Pont Frankwell. The Cerniog brook is to the rear of the houses.
  10. II Ty Brith
    Situated approximately 400m NW of the church. The house faces S on to a driveway and yard.
  11. II Wgi Fawr
    North-facing house overlooking Carno valley , at the end of a farm road. Farm buildings abut the house to the west
  12. II Ynyth
    On the W side of an unclassified road between Carno and the Cerniog valley, approximately 50m south of Pont Frankwell. The Cerniog brook is to the rear of the houses.

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