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Listed Buildings in Crickhowell, Powys

  1. II Addis Builder & Contractor
    Situated on a raised site at the junction with Lamb Lane.
  2. II Ashfield
    On an elevated site at the bottom of Rectory Road on the corner with Brecon Road; reached by a short driveway entered between rubble gate piers and pointed wooden gates.
  3. II Bank Buildings
    Short terrace opposite the Clarence Hall, with Tower Street to the right.
  4. II Bank Buildings
    Short terrace opposite the Clarence Hall, with Tower Street to the right.
  5. II Bar to the Bear Hotel
    Forward to the street on a narrow stretch opposite the Cambrian Hotel.
  6. II Beaufort Arms Hotel
    Set into a row of frontages between Tower Street and High Street.
  7. II Bethabara Baptist Chapel Photos
    Situated in a burial ground at the bottom of the street close to Crickhowell Bridge.
  8. II Boundary wall running north from Porth Mawr Gate-house to Pen-y-dre Lodge
    Enclosing the Herbert family castellated mansion, Cwrt-y-Crw, but now forming a garden wall to Porth Mawr House, some modern houses and Pen-y-Dre Lodge.
  9. II Brick House
    Forward to the street opposite the E end of the Parish Church (PAR 30213); detached to left.
  10. II Bridgend Inn
    At the bottom of the street, overlooking the River Usk.
  11. II Cambrian Arms Hotel
    Situated on the bend of the A40 at the northern end of the street, small open courtyard.
  12. II Cheese Press
    At the corner with Silver Lane and adjoining the Town Hall.
  13. II Churchyard boundary wall running from Gwyn Yr Afon to the entrance into the later Churchyard
    Continuous stretch of rubble wall lining the road and acting as a revetment wall to the elevated churchyard, increasing slightly in height to N
  14. II Coach-house at Porth Mawr & adjoining boundary walls to SW end and NE to Gate-house on Brecon Road
    Boundary walls flanking New Road, turns N at junction with Brecon Road and incorporates early C19 former stables and coach house to S of Porthmawr House.
  15. II Corn Exchange PH
    On the corner with Beaufort Street and set back from the main part of the Corn Exchange Inn to the right.
  16. II Crickhowell Adventure Shop Gear
    In 'The Square' at the top of the street between the Queen's Coffee Tavern and the Bear Hotel.
  17. II Crickhowell Bakery
    At the top of the street with fronts to 'The Square'. A planned terrace adjoining the Town Hall and Uniform with Nos 11 to 13 (consec) to right.
  18. I Crickhowell Bridge
    Situated to SW of and below the town, spanning the River Usk and partly in Llangattock Community Council.
  19. I Crickhowell Castle (remains of)
    Situated to the SE of the High Street in Recreation Ground between Castle Road and Beaufort Street.
  20. II D.N.Stores
    At the northern end of the street beyond the Cambrian Hotel, continuous with No 3 (no longer of special interest).
  21. II Dairy Shop
    Short terrace midway down the High Street meeting the Tower Street NE terrace at the corner.
  22. II Dan-y-Castell
    Situated at the junction of Castle Road, Bridge Street and High Street; on sloping ground with iron railings to front.
  23. II F.E.Richards, Butcher & Floriana (above)
    On the corner with Beaufort Street and set back from the main part of the Corn Exchange Inn to the right.
  24. II F.P.Harris
    Situated at the bottom of the street at the junction with Beaufort Street and High Street; the end of a continuous row of frontages.
  25. II Floriana
    Adjoining gable end of No 55 High Street.
  26. II Garrod's Newsagents
    Short terrace midway down the High Street meeting the Tower Street NE terrace at the corner.
  27. II Gazebo
    Set into a long rubble wall flanking the A40 opposite the crenellated wall of Porth Mawr.
  28. II Gazebo and adjoining rubble wall in the grounds of "Arfryn"
    On the eastern outskirts of the town on rising ground and reached across a field.
  29. II* Gazebo at The Malthouse
    At the N corner of the Malt House garden and with adjoining boundary walls.
  30. II Glan Nant
    Set back from the road on the northern edge of Crickhowell and reached by a short driveway beside Cwmbeth Brook.
  31. II Grahame Amey Antiques
    Short terrace opposite the Clarence Hall, with Tower Street to the right.
  32. II* Grahame Amey Ltd., Furniture Workshop (formerly the Granary to the Malt House)
    Situated on rising ground with range at right angles to the road and adjoining the Malt House at rear; part with U-plan group of buildings.
  33. II Granary at Upper House Farm
    Situated in the farmyard to the E of, and adjoining, the farmhouse.
  34. II Greenhill Villas
    Situated on SE edge of the town beyond the Recreation Ground; No 1 set back behind iron-railed and rubble-walled front garden.
  35. II Greenhill Villas
    Situated on SE edge of the town beyond the Recreation Ground; No 1 set back behind iron-railed and rubble-walled front garden.
  36. II Gwar-y-Castell
    To NE of the castle with side elevation overlooking the Recreation Ground.
  37. II Gwernvale Cottage
    On steeply rising ground beside Cwmbeth Brook at right angles to the road and reached by a short driveway entered between rubble gate piers.
  38. II Gwernvale Farmhouse
    Situated above the town to N and reached through an L-shaped farmyard.
  39. II Gwernvale Manor Hotel
    Situated to NW of the town on a prominent elevated site above the A40 Brecon Road and reached by an avenue to SW; set in landscaped grounds with terraces to front.
  40. II H.J. & D.Webb & Sons
    At the top of the street with fronts to 'The Square' facing down Beaufort Street (A40). At the end of the planned group of frontages; adjoining Cambrian Hotel to right and uniform with terrace to lef
  41. II Herbert Hall
    Situated at the top of Bridge Street near the junction with High Street and set back behind a walled courtyard; prominently sited above River Usk.
  42. II Including Carlton Guest House & S.M Sports & Leisure
    Opposite the Dragon Hotel and part of a continuous row of frontages.
  43. II Including William Evans & Co
    Situated at the bottom of the street at the junction with Beaufort Street and High Street; the end of a continuous row of frontages.
  44. II* Ivy Towers
    Set back from the road behind front garden with gable end to High Street beside the Dragon Hotel; part of a specially good group of early Georgian buildings along with the Dragon Hotel and Latham Hous
  45. II James Isaac
    At the top of the street with fronts to 'The Square'. A planned terrace adjoining the Town Hall and Uniform with Nos 11 to 13 (consec) to right.
  46. II Jehu's
    Situated at the bottom of the street at the junction with Beaufort Street and High Street; the end of a continuous row of frontages.
  47. II Jubilee House (D.E.Collett)
    Set into a continuous row of frontages with short terrace to right.
  48. II Jubliee House (M.T.Cashell,Family Butcher)
    Set into a continuous row of frontages with short terrace to right.
  49. II Keith Miles & Co., Estate Agents
    In 'The Square' at the top of the street between the Queen's Coffee Tavern and the Bear Hotel.
  50. II L-Plan Service Range to Ivy Service
    Set back from the road adjoining the Warden's Cottage to the left and Ivy Towers to the right.
  51. II* Latham House
    At the end of a continuous row of frontages, detached to the right. Part of a specially good group of early Georgian houses along with the Dragon Hotel and Ivy Towers.
  52. II* Little Malt House
    Set back from the road behind front garden entered between plain rubble gate piers. The house occupies the right hand two bays of the frontage set between the Malt House and Upper House Farmhouse; pa
  53. II Llanfair Farmhouse
    To NW of the town and reached by a back road to Tretower N off A40, set back from the road and end on into the hillside.
  54. II Lloyd's Bank
    Short terrace midway down the High Street meeting the Tower Street NE terrace at the corner.
  55. II Lodge to Maescelyn
    Situated to NW of the town at the bottom of the drive to Maescelyn House; facing S. beside the pyramidal capped gate piers.
  56. II Maescelyn House
    On an elevated site NW of the town overlooking the Usk valley with lawns sloping down to S; reached by a curved tarmac driveway entered between stone gate piers with pyramidal copings.
  57. II McGrath, Pearce & Co., Solicitors
    In 'The Square' at the top of the street between the Queen's Coffee Tavern and the Bear Hotel.
  58. II Memorial Fountain
    On an island site at the top of the High Street at the junction with Beaufort Street (A40).
  59. II National Westminster Bank
    To NE of the castle with side elevation overlooking the Recreation Ground.
  60. II No.1 & The Tower front of No.49 High Street
    Planned terrace forming the whole of the NE side of the street together with S front of No 49 High Street; No 8 around corner towards Beaufort Street.
  61. II No.1 Beaufort Street,,,,,powys,
    Higher canted front adjoining No 1a (Floriana) to right. Formerly the Bush PH.
  62. II No.1 Llanbedr Road,,,,,powys,
    Near the junction with Brecon Road, the western end of a splayed terrace stepped in the slope.
  63. II No.10 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,,7171
    Set into a terrace stepped in the slope.
  64. II No.11 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,
    Set into a terrace stepped in the slope.
  65. II No.13 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,
    A short terrace in the lower part of the street.
  66. II No.14 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,,7174
    A short terrace in the lower part of the street.
  67. II No.15 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,
    A short terrace in the lower part of the street.
  68. II No.16 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,,7176
    A short terrace in the lower part of the street.
  69. II No.18 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,
    End of terrace pair at the bottom of the street near the Bethabara Baptist Chapel; cobbled pavement to the front.
  70. II No.19 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,,7178
    End of terrace pair at the bottom of the street near the Bethabara Baptist Chapel; cobbled pavement to the front.
  71. II No.2 Llanbedr Road,,,,,powys,
    Near the junction with Brecon Road, the western end of a splayed terrace stepped in the slope
  72. II No.2 Tower Street,,,,,powys,
    Planned terrace forming the whole of the NE side of the street together with S front of No 49 High Street; No 8 around corner towards Beaufort Street.
  73. II No.28 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,
    Low building set in a contiuous row of frontages stepped in the slope. Formerly the Malthouse to Salmon Court.
  74. II No.29 High Street,,,,,powys,,7215
    Set into a continuous row of frontages. Said to be on the site of the former castle barracks.
  75. II No.3 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,,7167
    Forward at the top of the street; set into the slope.
  76. II No.3 Lamb Lane,,,,,powys,
    The NW part of a terrace stepped in the slope down to the junction with New Road.
  77. II No.3 Llanbedr Road,,,,,powys,
    Rear the junction with Brecon Road, the western end of a splayed terrace stepped in the slope.
  78. II No.3 Tower Street,,,,,powys,
    Planned terrace forming the whole of the NE side of the street together with S front of No 49 High Street; No 8 around corner towards Beaufort Street.
  79. II No.30 High Street,,,,,powys,
    Set into a continuous row of frontages. Said to be on the site of the former castle barracks.
  80. II No.31 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,
    Set in a continuous row of frontages stepped in the slope.
  81. II No.32 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,
    Set in a continuous row of frontages stepped in the slope.
  82. II No.33 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,
    Set in a continuous row of frontages stepped in the slope.
  83. II No.36 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,
    Set forward at an angle to the road with cobbled pavement to front.
  84. II No.39 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,
    Near the top of the street and the junction with Lamb Lane; attached to Nos 37 and 38 (Penstaer), the fronts of which are no longer of special interest.
  85. II No.4 Lamb Lane,,,,,powys,
    The NW part of a terrace stepped in the slope down to the junction with New Road.
  86. II No.4 Llanbedr Road,,,,,powys,
    Around the corner from Nos 1, 2 and 3; part of a terrace stepped in the slope.
  87. II No.4 Tower Street,,,,,powys,
    Planned terrace forming the whole of the NE side of the street together with S front of No 49 High Street; No 8 around corner towards Beaufort Street.
  88. II No.44 High Street,,,,,powys,,7217
    At the end of a short row of frontages; set back from No 43 adjoining. Formerly a nail factory and shop.
  89. II No.5 High Street,,,,,powys,
    Forward to the street on a narrow stretch opposite the Cambrian Hotel.
  90. II No.5 Lamb Lane,,,,,powys,
    The NW part of a terrace stepped in the slope down to the junction with New Road.
  91. II No.5 Llanbedr Road,,,,,powys,
    Around the corner from Nos 1, 2 and 3; part of a terrace stepped in the slope.
  92. II No.5 Tower Street,,,,,powys,
    Planned terrace forming the whole of the NE side of the street together with S front of No 49 High Street; No 8 around corner towards Beaufort Street.
  93. II No.6 Lamb Lane,,,,,powys,
    The NW part of a terrace stepped in the slope down to the junction with New Road.
  94. II No.6 Llanbedr Road,,,,,powys,
    Around the corner from Nos 1, 2 and 3; part of a terrace stepped in the slope.
  95. II No.6 Tower Street,,,,,powys,
    Planned terrace forming the whole of the NE side of the street together with S front of No 49 High Street; No 8 around corner towards Beaufort Street.
  96. II No.7 Lamb Lane,,,,,powys,
    The NW part of a terrace stepped in the slope down to the junction with New Road.
  97. II No.7 Tower Street,,,,,powys,
    Planned terrace forming the whole of the NE side of the street together with S front of No 49 High Street; No 8 around corner towards Beaufort Street.
  98. II No.8 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,
    Set into a terrace stepped in the slope.
  99. II No.8 Tower Street,,,,,powys,
    Planned terrace forming the whole of the NE side of the street together with S front of No 49 High Street; No 8 around corner towards Beaufort Street.
  100. II No.9 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,
    Set into a terrace stepped in the slope.
  101. II Nos.5 & 6 Bridge Street,,,,,powys,
    Set into the slope with adjoining terrace stepped down to right.
  102. II Pen-Y-Dre Cottage
    Below the road and set back behind small iron railed front garden.
  103. II Philip's Hair Studio
    At the top of the street with fronts to 'The Square'. A planned terrace adjoining the Town Hall and Uniform with Nos 11 to 13 (consec) to right.
  104. II Pigsty at Upper House Farm
    Situated in the farmyard to the E of, and adjoining, the farmhouse.
  105. II Pip's Shop
    At the top of the street with fronts to 'The Square'. A planned terrace adjoining the Town Hall and Uniform with Nos 11 to 13 (consec) to right.
  106. II Porth Mawr House
    At the junction of Brecon Road, High Street and New Road; enclosed behind medieval and later crenellated wall and reached by a short driveway N off New Road or through Porth Mawr gatehouse.
  107. I Porth-Mawr Gatehouse
    Forward to the street and set into a long rubble crenellated wall now enclosing porth mawr house but formerly the castellated herbert family mansion called cwrt-y-carw. Gatehouse adjoins side of hous
  108. II Queens Coffee Tavern (Percy Davies Institution)
    In "The Square" at the top of the street on the corner with Standard Street; adjoining No 1 to left.
  109. II Salmon Flat
    Set into a continuous row of frontages stepped in the slope; cobbled pavement to front.
  110. II Salmons House
    Set back from the road and reached by short walled drive; backs onto Salmon Flat, Bridge Street.
  111. II Six Bells PH
    At the junction with Mill Street opposite the SW end of the churchyard.
  112. II St David's Rectory
    At the top of, and at right angles to, the road, facing SW with garden sloping steeply to front.
  113. II* St Edmunds King & Marthyr Parish Church
    In an elevated and oval-shaped churchyard to W of Town Centre.
  114. II Stables & Former Coach-House at Maescelyn
    Situated above and to the NE of the house and reached by the same tarmac driveway.
  115. II Talbot House
    Set into a continuous row of frontages stepped in the slope.
  116. II Talbot Place
    Set into continuous row of frontages stepped in the slope. At one time the Glanusk Estate Office.
  117. II Telephone Call-box beside Clarence Hall and opposite Tower Street
    Prominently sited on A40; set to rear of pavement close to public toilets.
  118. II* The Bear Hotel Photos
    At the top of and facing down the High Street, at an angle to the road with cobbled pavement to front. Formerly known as The White Bear.
  119. II* The Dragon Hotel Photos
    Splayed street frontage, set back behind cobbled pavement to front, part of a specially good group of early Georgian houses along with Ivy Towers and Latham House.
  120. II* The Ivy Tower
    Beside the road, in front of the Wardens Cottage and L-plan range.
  121. II* The Malt House
    Set well back from the road and reached by a driveway to W or by the same S approach as the Little Malt House; walled garden to the W. The Granary adjoins to S and the Little Malt House to E; the hou
  122. II The White Hart Inn PH
    Forward to the street by Pont Cwmbeth, on the road out of town to NW.
  123. II* Town Hall
    Advanced from the contemporary stucco terrace overlooking 'The Square' near the junction with A40.
  124. II Tygwyn
    Detached and set back from the main road behind small railed front garden; next to Pen-y-Dre Cottage.
  125. II* Upper House Farmhouse
    Situated at the E end of a U-plan group of buildings; at right angles to and adjoining the Little Malt House; gable end set back from the road and front with low walled forecourt overlooking rectangul
  126. II Webb's Yard Warehouse
    Opposite the farmyard of Upper House Farm with gable end to the street and overlooking car park to rear. Formerly part of the farm but sold in early C20.

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