II,1,Bridge End,Churchstoke,Montgomery,, Houses located at the junction of Bridge End and Castle Road, facing the road bridge over the River Camlad and in a position slightly set down from the road.
II,2 Bridge End,Churchstoke,Montgomery, Houses located at the junction of Bridge End and Castle Road, facing the road bridge over the River Camlad and in a position slightly set down from the road.
IIAston Hall Located down slope from the B4385 (N side) close to the valley bottom. Probably a platform site.
IIBacheldre Barns Located in the hamlet of Bacheldre, enclosing the N and NE sides of the courtyard to the front of Bacheldre Farmhouse.
IIBacheldre Hall Located in the hamlet of Bacheldre close to Bacheldre Malthouse and Bacheldre Farmhouse on low lying ground. The house is fronted by a driveway and garden, with farm buildings to the S.
IIBacheldre House Located in the hamlet of Bacheldre opposite Bacheldre malthouse on low lying land. There is a courtyard to the front of the building, enclosed by a large L-shaped barn and a bakehouse to the rear.
IIBacheldre Mill Located in a low lying position next to a stream which flows N into the River Caebitra.
It stands in a yard at right angles to the miller's house, a double depth, masonry building with alterations, a
IIBridge View Cottage located on the E side of the continuation of Wernddu Lane close to the junction with Castle Road, slightly raised above the surrounding ground.
IIBroadway House Located on the N side of the A489, in landscaped gardens with a pond to the W . Paddock and stables to the front and farm buildings to the rear.
IIBrynafon Adjoining house and shop located centrally within the village, opposite the Court House Public House on the corner of Cae Camlad. Cobbled paving in front.
IIBrynawel Situated in the centre of Hyssington, and adjoining a house to the left. Set back from a farm road by a low wall.
IICefn Farmhouse On E side of Hyssington to Old Churchstoke road. The house faces W on to a farmyard with C20 buildings, and has a lean-to attached to the N gable which has a large oven.
IIChristmas Cottage Located in the hamlet of Bacheldre immediately to the rear and at right angles to Bacheldre Farmhouse.
IIChurch of St Mary The Virgin In an isolated position just outside the hamlet of Snead, to the S of the main A 489, 5km from Churchstoke. The church occupies the centre of a small rectangular churchyard which is raised above the
IIChurch of St Nicholas The church stands in a large circular churchyard in a raised position overlooking the confluence of the Rivers Caebitra and Camlad in a central position within the village.
IIChurchstoke Hall Located on the corner of Castle Road and Green Lane. A courtyard to the rear of the hall is lined by a barn converted to dwellings and a mews with attached house.
IIFir Court Located S of Castle Road behind Fir Court Stables and with a small garden to the rear. The house is at the centre of a small housing development of c1995.
IIFir Court Stables Located alongside Castle Road. Fir Court stands to its S, and the Tithe Map of 1840 suggests that there was once a further range of farm buildings between the two.
IIGlebe Farm Situated on the west side of minor road through Old Churchstoke, approximately 60m N of a T-junction. The house is below the road and reached down a short farm road. The house has farm buildings to
IIGreat Brithdir Farmhouse Isolated farmhouse on the S side of Corndon Hill, and on the S side of the road between Hyssington and Old Churchstoke. The house is built on a sloping site and faces N on to the farmyard.
IIHurdley Farm South facing house and byre at a bend in the road in Hurdley. Stands immediately west of Lower Hurdley Farm.
IIHurdley Hall Isolated house reached down a steep driveway from Hurdley and Lower Hurdley Farms. The house faces N on to a driveway, with a large garden on the other three sides.
IIHyssington Farm Situated on the SE side of Hyssington village, and reached by a short farm road. The house faces W on to the farm yard.
IILower Hurdley Farmhouse South facing house set back from the road on a sloping site, enclosed by a stone wall on the S, W and N side, and by a yard on the E side. It stands immediately E of Hurdley Farm.
IILower Mellington Farmhouse Located in low-lying pasture land, and accessed from a long track leading S from the A489, which crosses the River Caebitra. C18 and C19 farm buildings are situated to the N including a masonry stabl
IIMellington Gatehouse Located at the junction of the B4385 and the lane to Bacheldre in a low lying position close to the River Camlad. Offa's Dyke runs immediately to its W.
IIMellington Hall Located in a landscaped parkland setting with excellent views of the surrounding countryside. The hall is approached by a long driveway, entered through a gatehouse and with iron gates closer to the
IIMiddle Alport At the end of a narrow lane on the east side of the A490, 1.2km north of Churchstoke. The house faces E on to an enclosed yard with C19 barn and cow house.
IIMilestone Located in the verge on the S side of the A489 in front of the car park to Harry Tuffins supermarket.
IIMilestone Located behind the boundary wall of the garden to Ivy house on the S side of the A489.
IIMilestone Located on the N side of the B4385 in the grass verge in Mellington.
IIMilestone Located on the N side of the B 4385 in the grass verge
IIPentre Hall Located along a track c 0.5km S of the B4385 in the hamlet of Pentre. The hall is situated amongst modern farm buildings.
IIPentre House Located in the hamlet of Pentre, to the N of the B4385, near Pentre Farm.
IIPentre Mill Located on a track to the N of the B4385 in a slight hollow where a stream runs down the hillside towards the road and the river Camlad. Positioned slightly below Pentre Hall.
IIPentrenant Farmhouse Located in the hamlet of Pentrenant, the S end facing the road. There are a number of stone outbuildings to the N and E.
IIPentrenant Hall Located in the hamlet of Pentrenant behind Pentrenant Farmhouse, and possibly replacing it as the primary residence. Approached by a driveway, at the end of which are ornate cast iron gate piers.
IISnead Farmhouse Located on the S side of the A489 fronting the road with modern farm buildings to the W.
IISylfaen Adjoining house and shop located centrally within the village, opposite the Court House Public House on the corner of Cae Camlad. Cobbled paving in front.
IITelephone Call-box on Green, Hyssington Located on the north-west edge of the small green at the centre of Hyssington village, on the east side of the lane that runs north-south through the village.
IIThe Court House Inn Public House located immediately N of the Church in the centre of the village. There is a car park in front and outbuildings to the rear.
IIThe Ivy House Situated on the A489 (S side), approximately 100m W of turning to Hyssington. Set back from the road by a short driveway, and with outbuildings to the N and E.
IIThe Llanerch (also known as Park House) On S side of minor road between Churchstoke and Hyssington, entered through white gate posts opposite a farm track. House enclosed within a large garden with outbuilding on N side.
IIThe Meadows Located in low lying meadow land close to the River Camlad, accessed by a track leading off Wernddu Lane, a road of some antiquity linking Churchstoke with the Kerry Ridgeway.
IIThe Old Courthouse On the S side of the B4385 at a staggered junction with a lane to Cwm and Wernddu Lane. The gable of the house fronts the road. There is a garden to the E of the house and a courtyard beyond surroun
IITodleth House Located along a driveway to the N of the A489 with gardens to front and rear.
IIUpper Alport On N side of a narrow lane on the E side of A490, 1.2km N of Churchstoke.
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