Listed Buildings in Forden with Leighton and Trelystan, Powys
II1 and 2 Moel y Mab Approximately 0.6km SE of Leighton church at the foot of Moel y Mab. The house overlooks the Severn Valley and reached by a private road on the W side of a minor road between Leighton and Trelystan.
IIArbour at Leighton Hall Within landscape gardens at Leighton Hall SW of Serpentine Pond. It is linked by paths to W and N to bridge E of Leighton Hall Tower and bridge E of Serpentine Pond respectively.
IIBack Lodge Located approximately 1.6km S of Leighton church, on the E side of the B4388 at its junction with a minor road.
IIBeechview Located on Moel y Mab approximately 0.9km SE of Leighton church, immediately S of a former Slurry Tank, and reached by private road W of a minor road between Leighton and Trelystan.
IIBothy Garden Located approximately 0.3km SE of Leighton Hall and on the E side of a track N of Leighton Hall Stables. The N wall is a dividing wall between the garden and The Bothy.
IIBoundary Wall of Leighton Estate Located approximately 2.0km S of Leighton church. The wall is situated S of Pine Lodge and begins on E side of B4388. At its SE end it continues as a low plinth with railings.
IIBridge South East of Old Cable House Located approximately 0.5km E of Leighton Farm on the S side of a private forest road E of Leighton Farm at the foot of a woodland plantation. The bridge is SE of the Old Cable House. It spans a sto
IIBrook House Located approximately 1.0km SSE of Leighton church beneath Moel y Mab and situated on N side of an unmetalled track E of Leighton Farm. The house stands in a depression below the road.
IIBrook House Tank On N side and in garden of Brook House, and built on sloping ground.
IIBryn Hyfred Hospital Located on a minor road from Forden village, leading to Thornbury township, and approximately 1500m SE of Forden church.
II*Cart Shed, Leighton Farm Situated within the main group of buildings at Leighton Farm. The Cart Shed stands immediately W of the former Root Shed and N of Maes-y-Gro. On its W side is a small yard with farm road.
IICascade at Leighton Hall Situated in the landscape garden at Leighton Hall immediately S of Serpentine Pond and N of the bridge E of Leighton Hall Tower.
IIChurch Lodge Located at the N entrance to Leighton Farm, on S side of a minor road between Leighton and Trelystan, and beside a gated driveway immediately E of Leighton church.
II*Church of All Saints Isolated building high up on Long Mountain and situated E of a minor road between Leighton and Marton. The church is reached down a private track and has a woodland plantation to its E.
IIChurch of St Michael Located beside the main road from Forden to Gaer, 500m W of its junction with the main A490 from Welshpool to Montgomery.
II*Church of the Holy Trinity, Leighton Prominently sited on E side of the Severn valley, beside a minor road on E side of B4388, and at N entrance to Leighton Farm. The church is sited within a walled churchyard.
IICil-cewydd Bridge The road bridge carries the main Welshpool to Ludlow road over the River Severn, approximately 5km SE of Welshpool.
IICil-cewydd Corn Mill Located on the E bank of the River Severn, below the causewayed approach of the A490 to the Severn Bridge, and alongside the main Cambrian (Shrewsbury to West Coast) railway line.
IIDovecote at Gunley Hall Located to the E of the former stables of Gunley Hall, in a small wooded area in the corner of a field.
IIEdderton Hall Hotel Located on a hilltop overlooking the Severn valley, and reached by a long driveway off the main Welshpool to Ludlow Road, 5 kilometres S of Welshpool.
IIForden Signal Box On the west side of the line at former Forden Station, 1km to the south west of the village of Forden accessed via a dead end lane.
IIFormer Crossing Keeper's Cabin Located at the end of a minor road leading SW from the A490 at Fron. Immediately to the south of Crossing Cottage Gate and facing onto the approach to the crossing over the Welshpool-Newtown railway l
IIFormer Kennels at Greystones Located approximately 1.7km S of Leighton church, on S side of a minor road E of B4388. The kennels stand SE of Greystones and is built against a boundary wall to the E.
IIFormer Retort House Located approximately 0.3km W of Leighton church and reached via a short minor road on W side of B4388 Leighton to Forden. The Former Retort House is on SE side of yard occupied by agricultural suppl
II*Former Root Shed, Leighton Farm Situated at the SE corner of Leighton Farm and at the corner of a junction of minor roads through Leighton. The former Root Shed has a brick wall with stone coping on its east side.
IIGreenwood Lodge Located at the edge of a woodland plantation approximately 2.7km SSE of Leighton church, on the N side of a minor road between Forden and Trelystan and E side of Offa's Dyke long distance footpath.
IIGunley Hall Located overlooking the valley of the Camlad, close to the English border, and on the E flank of its former parkland. A dairy is placed opposite the house to the rear, and the stables enclose the rea
IIHarp Cottage Located approximately 2.3km SSE of Leighton church on N side of a minor road between Forden and Trelystan. The house stands at the S edge of a woodland plantation.
IILeat to Park Pool Located approximately 1.0km SE of Leighton church and situated in a woodland plantation on the S side of a forest road. The leat extends from Hollybush Cottage to the E to a footbridge immediately E
IILeigh and Glanllyn Situated immediately N of Leighton Farm and on W side of a minor road through Leighton. Leigh is to S, Glanllyn to N.
ILeighton Hall Located approximately 1.4km S of Leighton church. The Hall is reached by private road on the E side of the B4388 Buttington to Forden road, and is set in landscaped gardens.
IILeighton Hall Stables Located approximately 1.6km S of Leighton church and situated on the N side of a minor road E of the B4388 Leighton to Forden road. Set diagonally in open ground.
ILeighton Hall Tower Located approximately 1.4km S of Leighton church. The Tower is SE of Leighton Hall, reached by short private road E of B4388. A second (currently disused) service road leads to SW side of the Tower.
IILibrary Garden, Leighton Hall Located immediately S of library wing of Leighton Hall. The wall on S side of garden is the boundary with Tudor Croft.
IILlwynyrhededd Located overlooking the Camlad valley, on the W side of the farm road, off the Marton Road 600m W of Gunley.
IIMoorwood Lodge Located approximately 2.1km SSW of Leighton church and reached at the end of a private road W of B4388 at the end of a woodland plantation.
IINantcribba Located on a site of considerable historic importance, with adjoining earthwork castle and moated site. It is reached by a farm road crossing Offa's Dyke between the hamlets of Kingswood and Forden,
IINantcribba Cottages Approximately 1.4km ENE of Forden church, on W side of A490 on N side of junction with private road to Nantcribba Farm.
IIOffa's Pool Dam Located approximately 1.7km SE of Leighton church and situated in a woodland plantation on the W side of a private forest road (also Offa's Dyke long distance footpath). The pool is fed by 2 streams.
IIOutbuilding at Cil-cewydd Mill The mill is located on the E bank of the River Severn, below the causewayed approach of the A490 to the Severn Bridge, and alongside the main Cambrian (Shrewsbury to West Coast) railway line. The out
IIPark Cottage Located approximately 1.0km SSE of Leighton church on the N side of a minor road E of Leighton Farm and situated at the foot of a woodland plantation.
IIPark House Located approximately 1.1km SSE of Leighton church and situated S of a minor road E of Leighton Farm.
IIPen-y-llan Located on a hilltop at the end of a long farm road which starts from near the centre of the hamlet of Forden.
IIPentre Farm Located approximately 0.5km E of Leighton church on N side of a minor road between Leighton and Trelystan and W side of a junction with a private road to Pentre Mill.
IIPentre Farm Byre and Cart Shed Located approximately 0.5km E of Leighton church on N side of a minor road between Leighton and Trelystan. On NW side of Pentre Farm with farmyard on S side and farm buildings to N and house to SE.
IIPentre House Located on SE side of Leighton church, prominently sited in a terraced garden, and reached by private road on E side of Church Lodge.
IIPine Lodge Located approximately 1.9km S of Leighton church at the edge of a woodland plantation.
IIPoolton and Gortheur Located 0.7km S of Leighton church on the N side of a minor road through Leighton. Poolton and Gortheur stand at the SW corner of the complex of buildings comprising Leighton Farm and are attached on
IIPoultry Cottage Approximately 0.9m SE of Leighton Hall and reached from a minor road E of B4388 from which a short private road leads through a forestry plantation to the cottage. The cottage stands on raised ground
II*Poultry House Approximately 0.9m SE of Leighton Hall and reached from a minor road E of B4388 from which a short private road leads through a forestry plantation to the cottage and Poultry House.
IIRolan On E side of Leighton Farm and on N side of minor road to Moel-y-Mab. Hirddol is immediately to W.
IISevern Lodge Located approximately 1.0km NW of Leighton church on R bank of River Severn.
II*Slurry Tank Situated at the top of Moel y Mab approximately 0.9km SE of Leighton church and reached by private road W of a minor road between Leighton and Trelystan.
II*Stable, Leighton Farm Situated at S end of Leighton Farm, fronting a minor road through Leighton. The building is attached to Stockyard IV on N side.
II*Stockyard I, Leighton Farm On the E side of Leighton Farm with a farm road to N, a minor road to E, a Fodder Storage Building to S. The upper level of the W range is the Granary attached to the Threshing Barn and Mill and is t
II*Stockyard II, Leighton Farm On the W side of Leighton Farm with Stockyard III to W, Hay Storage Building to S. The upper level of the E range is the Granary attached to the Threshing Barn and Mill. The E range is also the part
II*Stockyard III, Leighton Farm On the W side of Leighton Farm with a farm road on N and W sides. On E side is Stockyard II and Hay Storage Building; to S are further stockhouses.
IITerrace Walk S of Leighton Hall Tower Situated on SE side of Leighton Hall Tower, with the main gardens to E and N, and with a boundary wall immediately to W, beyond which is a service road and the library garden.
IIThe Gaer Located on a river terrace overlooking the valley of the River Camlad to the SE, at the southern end of the community.
IIThe Hawys Located approximately 1.1km SSW of Leighton church on W side of B4388 and on S side of junction with a farm road to Gwyn's Barn.
IIThe Ivy House Located approximately 2.4km S of Leighton church.
IIThe Old Cable House Located approximately 1.0km SE of Leighton church and 0.5km E of Leighton Farm, on N side of an unmetalled road and at the foot of Moel y Mab. The tower and part of the vaulted tunnel are in the gard
IIThe White House Located approximately 0.3km SW of Leighton church and reached by a short drive on E side of B4388.
IIUpper Cable House Located approximately 1km SE of Leighton church and reached by a path S of Leighton House.
IIUpper Munlyn Farmhouse Located W of the level crossing, on a minor road leading down to the River Severn, and set above and behind the farm buildings.
IIValve House Approximately 1.1km SSE of Leighton Church, set back from W side of Estate road between Park Pool and Goppas, and at S end of conifer plantation.
IIW Stockyard Wall, Leighton Farm Situated on the W side of Leighton Farm. The wall forms the W boundary of a small stockyard and continues beyond the N side of the West Stockhouse and continues as the wall of the former Sheep-Drying
IIWorkman's Hut On W side of Cilcewydd Mill and E of railway line, between Mill race and River Severn.
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