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Listed Buildings in Glasbury, Powys

  1. II 1 Albert Terrace
    Located at the centre of Llowes, the terrace is set end-on to the road to Painscastle.
  2. II 2 Albert Terrace
    Located at the centre of Llowes, the terrace is set end-on to the road to Painscastle.
  3. II 3 Albert Terrace
    Located at the centre of Llowes, the terrace is set end-on to the road to Painscastle.
  4. II Barn and cowhouse range formerly with Village Farm
    Located on the SE side of the perimeter road around the circular graveyard of Boughrood Church, approximately 200m from the church building, and forming the NW and NE side of the farm yard behind Vil
  5. II Barn at Bryn-yr-hydd farm
    Bryn-yr-hydd farm lies at the end of the small road leading off the A.438 N of Glasbury, on the brow of the hill below Bryn-yr-hydd Common. The barn forms the SW side of the elongated farmyard in fron
  6. II Barn at Llach-doll
    Located on the E side of the farmyard of Llach-doll farm.
  7. II* Barn at Old Vicarage (including attached granary and stores)
    The barn is located immediately NE of the Old Vicarage, with a forecourt to the end of the lane, all within the bend of the River Wye.
  8. II Barn Cottage
    Located in Llowes village, above Albert Cottages and opposite the turn to Llowes mill, set parallel to the road.
  9. II Bier House at Church of St Cynog
    At the northern corner of the churchyard within the centre of the small village of Boughrood.
  10. II Boughrood Castle
    Located E of Boughrood church, and S of the medieval castle site at Castle Farm, and approached by a driveway from the Boughrood to Glasbury Road.
  11. II* Boughrood Cottage
    Located 100m to the NW of Boughrood church across a small tributary of the River Wye, within its own grounds, and with its farmyard, buildings and mill to the N.
  12. II* Boughrood Court
    Located 100m to the NW of Boughrood church across a small tributary of the River Wye, within its own grounds, and with its farmyard, buildings and mill to the N.
  13. II Bryn-yr-hydd
    Bryn-yr-hydd lies prominently on a bend on the small road leading from the A.438 N of Glasbury to Bryn-yr-hydd farm and, beyond the brow of the hill, Bryn-yr-hydd Common, from there are wide views ove
  14. II Bryn-yr-hydd Farmhouse
    Bryn-yr-hydd farm lies at the end of the small road leading off the A.438 N of Glasbury, on the brow of the hill below Bryn-yr-hydd Common. The farmhouse stands at the higher NW end on the elongated f
  15. II Cae-melyn
    Located on the S side of the road running E from the Cornhill crossroads, and in an elevated position looking S and SE at the rear.
  16. II Carthouse and stable at Llach-doll farm
    Located on the S side of the square farmyard attached to Llach-doll farm.
  17. II Church of St Cynog
    The church is located near the centre of a large circular graveyard, at the centre of the small village of Boughrood.
  18. II Church of St Meilig
    The church is set in an oval churchyard at the centre of the small village, standing back from the A.438 Brecon to Hereford road.
  19. II Church of St Stephen (also known as Steffan and Istyffan)
    Located near the crest of the hill, with extensive views SE over the valley of the Wye, and is set towards the N end of its large ovoid churchyard.
  20. II Clynheddwch
    Located at the S end of the hamlet of Cwmbach, and set amid extensive lawns on the SW side of the road from Glasbury.
  21. I Cottage attached to Maesyronnen United Reformed Chapel
    The chapel and adjoining cottage lie at the end of a lane off the road from the A.438 Hereford to Brecon Road to Ffynnon Gynnydd, near the top of a steep bank and overlooking the Cilcenni Dingle.
  22. II Crescent House
    Located on the corner of the B.4350 through Glasbury to Boughrood, and the former B.4350 to Hereford.
  23. II Dol-wen
    Located above the valley floor, just above the junction with the road from Llanstephen with the road on the left bank of the Wye. The house is on a platform site with the earlier end uphill.
  24. II East Lodge to Maesllwch Castle
    Located at a bend of the minor road leading off the Brecon to Hereford Road to Ffynnon Gynnydd. The lodge stands just within the gates, on the N side of the driveway.
  25. II Farm building at Pen-y-waun farm
    The farm is located above and to the S of Cil-Twrch common. The farm building is located immediately behind the late C18-early C19 farmhouse that was largely destroyed by fire in July 1995.
  26. II Fedw-lydan farmhouse
    Located in a hollow in high land, on the southern side of the Begwns, with access by farm road from the Fynnon Gynnydd to Glascwm road.
  27. II Former Mill
    In the centre of Llowes village adjacent to a minor road leading through the village to the north.
  28. II Former Stable and Coachhouse to Parc Gwynne
    The coachhouse lies between the Green and Parc Gwynne house, backing on to the Green.
  29. II Gate piers, gates and screen to the E drive of Maesllwch Castle
    Located at a bend of the minor road leading off the Brecon to Hereford Road to Ffynnon Gynnydd.
  30. II Glan Hen Wye
    Located on the E side and close to the junction of the road leading off the A.438 to Ffynnon Gynnydd, opposite the eastern driveway to Maesllwch Castle.
  31. II Glasbury Gate Cottage
    The building is located at the side of the road, at the N approach to Glasbury village.
  32. II Glasbury House
    The house is located in its own grounds E of The Green, near the centre of Glasbury village.
  33. II Glasbury Methodist Church
    Located along the side the road from Glasbury to Boughrood, at the eastern edge of the hamlet of Cwmbach, within its narrow graveyard which extends further to the W
  34. II Glasbury United Reformed Chapel
    The chapel is situated in a walled enclosure at the centre of the SE side of The Green, with its gable facing on to the Green.
  35. II Granary and carthouse at Penwern farm
    The carthouse, with granary over, is located at the end of the farm road, N of the W end of the cowhouse, and by the former cross farm tracks.
  36. II Grangeton
    The house is located within the village, to the E of the Maesllwch Arms Hotel placed with the gable to the road, the main elevation facing E.
  37. II Green Cottages
    A straight terrace of four two-storey cottages, located on the SE side of the triangular green at the centre of Glasbury village.
  38. II Green Cottages
    A straight terrace of four two-storey cottages, located on the SE side of the triangular green at the centre of Glasbury village.
  39. II Green Cottages
    A straight terrace of four two-storey cottages, located on the SE side of the triangular green at the centre of Glasbury village.
  40. II Green Cottages
    A straight terrace of four two-storey cottages, located on the SE side of the triangular green at the centre of Glasbury village.
  41. II Green House
    Located on the N side of the triangular Green, at the centre of the village.
  42. II Gwynne monument in churchyard of the Church of St Stephen
    Located in the churchyard of St Stephen's Church, approximately 8m SE of the SE corner of the chancel.
  43. II Lamb House
    Located within the village of Glasbury, almost opposite the Maesllwch Arms Hotel. The main house is set at right angles with its gable close upon the road from Glasbury to Boughrood.
  44. II Llach-doll farmhouse (Llach-dolt) (including railed and gated terrace to front)
    Located on the S side of the road, leading E from the road running north from Cornhill to Painscastle.
  45. II Llowes Court
    Located below the main Hereford to Brecon road, 300m E of Llowes village, and standing in its own grounds.
  46. II Lloyney
    Located at the end of a farm road off the W side of the road from Boughrood to Painscastle. Set on a platform site on high ground, with the farm buildings to the SW.
  47. II Lych-gate and stable at the entrance to the churchyard of the Church of St Stephen
    The Church is located near the crest of the hill, with extensive views SE over the valley of the Wye. The entrance building or lych-gate to the churchyard stands above the church on the E side of the
  48. II Maesllwch Arms Hotel
    The hotel is located on the N side of the village behind a large forecourt and against the former driveway to Maesllwch Castle.
  49. II Maesllwch Castle
    Maesllwch Castle stands prominently on a hillside ledge approximately 1 mile N of Glasbury village, providing extensive views over the Wye valley and the Black Mountains of Breconshire. The origina
  50. I Maesyronnen United Reformed Chapel Photos
    The chapel and adjoining cottage lie at the end of a lane off the road from the A.438 Hereford to Brecon Road to Ffynnon Gynnydd, near the top of a steep bank and overlooking the Cilcenni Dingle.
  51. II Milestone
    Located to the north-east of Glan-hen-Wye in the verge of the road, on a gentle bend.
  52. II Milestone 1 mile NE of Llowes
    Located in the road verge, 115m approximately E of a trackway climbing the cutting, and on the community council border and opposite a lay-by.
  53. II Moity Chapel
    Located on the N side of the road from Llowes to Painscastle, near the junction of the lane to Gogia. Set in a small burial ground.
  54. II Moity Farmhouse
    Located parallel to and lower than the road from Llowes to Painscastle, 1km N of Llowes.
  55. II Neuadd
    Located on the right bank of a small tributary of the River Wye, approximately 250m from Boughrood Church.
  56. II Old Police Cottage
    Located at the SW corner of the Green, behind a front stone and brick wall.
  57. I Old Vicarage
    Located close to and on a bend of the River Wye, set apart from the village, at the far S end at the end of the road.
  58. II Old Vicarage
    The Old Vicarage is located in the village, 200m SW of the parish church, set in its own gardens, and facing the road to Moity and Gogia, and 150m from the main A.438 Brecon to Hereford road.
  59. II Parc Gwynne
    Parc Gwynne is located on the SW side of The Green, set in its own grounds behind its entrance gates and coachhouse. The grounds extend W to a terrace overlooking the river and flood plain of the Wye
  60. II Penrhos farmhouse (including farm range to right)
    Located on a platform site at the end of a farm road off the road from Boughrood to Painscastle. The house with its attached cowhouse, lies in a hollow, but with long views to the E, and with farm bu
  61. II Penwern
    Located on the parish boundary between Boughrood and Glasbury parishes, and accessed by farm road from Cornhill. The farmhouse is set at the corner of the farmyard, with cowhouse attached in line, an
  62. II Stables and Coachhouse at Glan Hen Wye
    Located on the E side of the road from the A,.438 Brecon to Hereford Road, approximately 200m from the junction. The stables and coach-houses lie to the rear of the house, on the NE side.
  63. II The Forge
    Located on the perimeter road around Boughrood Churchyard, N of the church.
  64. II The Radnor Arms PH
    Located on the S side of the A.438 Hereford to Brecon road, which now separates the building from the village of Llowes.
  65. II The Woodlands
    Located on the SW side of the road from Glasbury to Cwmbach, on rising ground set gable end to the road and facing S over its lawns.
  66. II Toll Cottage at Boughrood Bridge
    Located on the SE side of Boughrood Bridge, at the Radnorshire end of the crossing to Brecknockshire
  67. II* Upper Skynlais (Sgyn-las) Farmhouse
    The farmhouse is located at the end of a farm lane leading NW from Cwmbach. It stands on the brow of a hill, with its farm buildings on the lower E side.
  68. II Vicarage House
    Located on rising ground facing S, with a driveway leading down to the junction of the Moity Road with the realigned A.438.
  69. II Village Farmhouse
    Located on the SE side of the perimeter road around the circular graveyard of Boughrood Church, approximately 200m from the church building.
  70. II Well house to St Gynidr's Well
    Located at the E end of the hamlet of Ffynnon Gynnydd, at the corner of the road to Painscastle, set in the road verge.

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