IIBriwnant Farmhouse Located along a track running S off a lane c1.4km SE of Llwynmawr village, and N of the B4579 road. Set on a levelled site with farm building immediately N.
IIBryn Rodyn Fronting the N side of a lane which runs from Castle Mill and Bronygarth to Pontfadog. Penisa'r Glyn Hall is immediately to the S.
IICae-mor Farmhouse and adjoining farm building Located on a narrow lane which runs N from the B4579 road. Set within a sharp bend, the ground sloping down to the N. The house and its adjoining farm building bound the N and W sides of the farmyar
IICastle Mill Bridge The bridge carries a lane over the River Ceiriog, which runs N to a junction with the B4500 road.
IIFarm Ranges at Wern Tower The ranges form 3 sides of the farmyard, which is open to the E side. The E end of the N range joins the rear elevation of the farmhouse, whilst the S range fronts the road.
IILlwynmawr Farmhouse On a lane leading SW from Llwynmawr, 200m from the centre of the village. The front garden is retained by a rubble stone wall, with central steps and path to door, with farmyard to the NE.
IIPant-du-uchaf Located on the E side of a narrow lane which leads N towards Froncysyllte from the Chirk Castle to Pontfadog road. In an upland location high above the Ceiriog Valley.
IIPontfadog Bridge Located in the centre of Pontfadog and carrying a lane over the River Ceiriog which leads to Castle Mill and Bronygarth. Immediately E of the war memorial and the junction with the B4500.
IIPontfadog War Memorial Located in a prominent position in the centre of the village on top of a bank overlooking the B4500, with Pontfadog Bridge to the rear.
IITu-hwnt-i'r-nant Located above Llwynmawr village on a sharp bend where the road crosses the Nant Iorwerth. The house is slightly set back from the road.
IITy'n-llwyn Farmhouse Located on a lane running NE from Llwynmawr and 220m from the centre of the village. The house faces W into the farmyard.
IIWern Tower The farm is located on the N side of a lane which leads from Chirk Castle to Pontfadog, high above and to the N of the Ceiriog Valley.
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