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Listed Buildings in Castle Caereinion, Powys

  1. II Church of St Garmon Photos
    The church is set at the centre of the nucleated village, in the sub-rectangular former bailey of the castle, with a motte at the N corner. The motte is a scheduled ancient monument, 6/2203/Mg117.
  2. II Middle Sylfaen Farmhouse
    The farmhouse stands approximately 200m back from the main Welshpool to Machynlleth road, at the E end of the farm buildings.
  3. II Mile marker opposite The Firs.
    Located in the road verge, on the southern road from Llanfair Caereinion to Castle Caereinion.
  4. II Moydog-fach
    Located on a platform site on the S facing slope of Y Figyn, and reached by a long farm road from the Welshpool to Llanfair Caereinion road through Frochas.
  5. II Orchard Cottage and Brookside
    Located at the sharp bend at the N end of the village where the road departs from the perimeter of the churchyard.
  6. II Pen-y-llwyn, also known as Penllwyn.
    Located on a platform site, SW of Castle Caereinion village, and reached by a rising track from off the B4385, approximately 400m S of the church.
  7. II Pont Pren-dano
    Located on the W boundary of the Community, marching with Llanfair Caereinion, and carrying the lower road over a small tributary of the Afon Banwy.
  8. II Red Lion Inn
    Located at the centre of the village on the perimeter of the churchyard, and a short distance E of the E end of the church.
  9. II Sundial in churchyard, Church of St Garmon.
    The sundial is located in the graveyard, approximately 5m SW of the SW corner of the church tower.
  10. II The Old Rectory
    The building lies near the centre of the village, approximately 100m SW of the parish church.
  11. II* Trefnant Hall
    The farm is located on a raised plateau approximately 200m N of the lane leading SW from Welshpool.
  12. I Ty Mawr
    Located on a platform site adjacent to the by-road leading SW off the B4345 to Berriew, S of Castle Caereinion.

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