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Listed Buildings in Duhonw, Powys

  1. II Abercynithon
    Situated at the end of a drive off a minor road some 1km W of Builth Wells, just S of the Afon Irfon.
  2. II* Aberduhonw
    Situated on the NE side of the A470 some 1.5km E of Builth Wells.
  3. II* Barn and attached ranges at Aberduhonw
    Situated to the E of the house at Aberduhonw, on the A470 some 1.5km E of Builth Wells.
  4. II Barn to rear of farm court at Aberduhonw
    Situated on the N side of the farm court at Aberduhonw, on the A470 some 1.5km E of Builth Wells.
  5. II Church of St David Photos
    The settlement of Llanddewi'r Cwm is about 2km S of Builth Wells on B4250. The church stands in a large churchyard on SE side of the road.
  6. II Church of St David or St Llyr
    The church stands in a churchyard on the S side of a bend in the Afon Irfon. It is reached down a long track N off a minor road some 3.5km W of Builth Wells.
  7. II Milestone at Henallt
    Situated on the W side of the A470 some 3.5km SE of Builth Wells.
  8. II Milestone near Glanwye Lodge
    Situated on the W side of the A470 some 2km SE of Builth Wells.
  9. II Neuadd-Fadog
    Situated in a remote location at the end of a long track W off the B4520 some 3km SW of Llanddewi'r Cwm.
  10. II Outbuilding on W side of farmyard at Aberduhonw
    Situated on the W side of the farm court at Aberduhonw, on the A470 some 1.5km E of Builth Wells.
  11. II Outbuilding to rear of house at Aberduhonw
    Situated just behind and N of the house at Aberduhonw, on the A470 some 1.5km E of Builth Wells.
  12. II Sign Post at The Rocks
    Situated at the junction of minor roads some 1km W of Builth Wells.

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