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Listed Buildings in Gladestry, Powys

  1. II Barn at Great House on SW side of Farmyard
    Situated across yard from Great House and backing in to public road.
  2. II Barn at Lower Hengoed
    Lies alongside road to SW of house.
  3. II Barn Range to SW of Tyn-y-Cwm
    Situated about 45M SW of house and surrounded by lower and modern farm buildings.
  4. II* Baynham Hall
    Elevated position below Disgwylfa Hill on N side of Arrow valley 1+ miles NW of Michaelchurch-on-Arrow.
  5. II Church House Farmhouse
    Lies 200 yards S of St Michaels Church, on the other side of the road.
  6. II* Church of St David Photos
    Elevated and largely isolated setting. The church is set into the hill slope above the by-road from Gladestry to Glascwm.
  7. II Church of St Mary Photos
    Set above the road in a large, partly embanked enclosure with numerous chest tombs.
  8. I Church of St Michael Photos
    Sited in large churchyard, with a few chest tombs, uphill from road junction in middle of the settlement.
  9. II Corner House
    Lies 35m E of the Parish Church in village centre, set back from main through road.
  10. II Court of Gladestry
    Lies 1+ km NW of Gladestry and reached along by-roads running N from the junction at Gladestry Church.
  11. II Cwm Farmhouse
    Lies 1.2 km SW of Gladestry, below Glan-yr-afon Wood.
  12. II Detached former Smithy Range (near The White Heart)
    Set into bank 20m SE of Parish Church, abuts churchyard.
  13. II Dolbedwin
    Elevated position 1+ miles SW of Newchurch.
  14. II Former Meeting House to left of Gladestry Post Offcies Photos
    Village centre, fronting through road 200 yards NE of Parish Church.
  15. II Foyce
    Lies about 800m NW of Gladestry and reached along by-roads running N from the junction at Gladestry Church.
  16. II Gladestry Court
    Prominent village location on S side of main through road, 150 yards E of parish church. Marked on 1839 Tithe Map as Great House, on site of Manor House.
  17. II Great House including former Barn Range attached to right
    Lies 50m SE of St Mary's Church.
  18. II Gwerndyfnant
    Isolated position 2.4 km N of Gladestry.
  19. II L-Plan Range adjoining Baynham Hall
    Lying immediately adjacent to NE of house.
  20. II L-Plan Range at Cwm Farm
    Lies immediately to SW of the house.
  21. II Little Gaer Photos
    1.6 KM NE of Michaelchurch and close to N side of Brilley Mountain.
  22. II Lower Hengoed
    Lies 1.6 km SE of Gladestry on E side of Gladestry to Newchurch Road.
  23. II* Lower Rabber
    Lies 2.4 km E of Gladestry close to the English border and to N of Huntington Castle.
  24. II Milton Mill
    Lies 800m NW of Michaelchurch-on-Arrow, and immediately S of Milton's Mill Bridge.
  25. II Neuadd Barn
    In field to N of minor road between Glascwm and Colva, about 300m N of Cloggau Farm.
  26. II Old Tithe Barn (belonging to Gladestry Court)
    Prominently sited 50m to NE of the parish church.
  27. I Parish Church of St Mary Photos
    Situated in open churchyard above B4594, on NW side of village centre.
  28. II* Stone House
    Elevated position 800m SE of Gladestry. The first Radnorshire property to be acquired by James Watt. He purchased it in 1798 from Thomas Harley of Berrington Hall.
  29. II The White Heart
    Set into bank 20m SE of Parish Church, abuts churchyard.
  30. II Tyn-y-Cwm
    Lies 1 mile SW of Newchurch, and set back from the Newchurch to Rhosgoch road.
  31. II Upper Llanbella
    Lies 2.4km SE of Gladestry and close to by-road junction 1 mile W of Huntington.
  32. II Wern Farmhouse
    Lies 1.6km NE of Gladestry on SE side of Kington to Gladestry road.

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