IIGwernvale 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.
IIH.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
IIHerbert 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.
IIIncluding 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.
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
IIJames 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.
IIJehu'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.
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.
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
IILlanfair 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.
IILloyd's Bank Short terrace midway down the High Street meeting the Tower Street NE terrace at the corner.
IILodge 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.
IIMaescelyn 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.
IIPip'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.
IIPorth 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.
IPorth-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
II*The Bear Hotel 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.
II*The Dragon Hotel 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.
II*The Ivy Tower Beside the road, in front of the Wardens Cottage and L-plan range.
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
II*Town Hall Advanced from the contemporary stucco terrace overlooking 'The Square' near the junction with A40.
IITygwyn Detached and set back from the main road behind small railed front garden; next to Pen-y-Dre Cottage.
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
IIWebb'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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