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Listed Buildings in Glyntraian, Wrexham

  1. II Briwnant 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.
  2. II Bryn 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.
  3. II Cae-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
  4. II Castle Mill Bridge
    The bridge carries a lane over the River Ceiriog, which runs N to a junction with the B4500 road.
  5. II Cow-house with attached Cart-shed and Stables at Llangwryd Uchaf
    Located immmediatly to the S of the farmhouse, and fronting the road.
  6. II Farm 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.
  7. II Field Barn to North of Er Wallo
    Located off the W side of a lane which runs steeply N from Er Wallo, on the N side of the Ceiriog Valley.
  8. II Former Waiting Room, Glyn Valley Tramway, Dolywern
    Located near the W end of the lane which runs from Dolywern to Llwynmawr, close to its junction with the B4500. On the NE side of the road.
  9. II Former Waiting Room, Glyn Valley Tramway, Pontfadog
    Located in the centre of the village, 300m NE of the church.
  10. II Granary and attached Stable Range at Llwynmawr Farm
    Located to the E of the farmhouse and the multi-purpose farm building, and facing S into the farmyard.
  11. II Llangwryd Uchaf and adjoining farm building
    Located at a road junction c1km SE of Llwynmawr. The house fronts the road, with the lane opposite crossing the Nant Gwryd and leading to the village.
  12. II Llwynmawr 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.
  13. II Milestone at Dolywern
    Set into a wall on the W side of the B4500 road close to Dolywern bridge.
  14. II Milestone at Pontfadog
    Located on a grass verge beside the B4500, at its junction with a short narrow lane which leads up to Pontfadog Bridge and the war memorial.
  15. II Multi-purpose Farm Building at Briwnant Farm
    Located immediately N of Briwnant farmhouse and set at right angles with front facing E. The ground slopes down slightly to the N.
  16. II Multi-purpose Farm Building at Llwynmawr Farm
    Located to the NE of the farmhouse, the front facing E into the farmyard.
  17. II Multi-purpose Farm Building at Ty'n-llwyn Farm
    Fronting the E side of the lane, the rear facing into the farmyard.
  18. II Pant-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.
  19. II Pontfadog 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.
  20. II Pontfadog 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.
  21. II Talygarth Isaf Farm
    Fronting the S side of the road, between Dolywern and Glyn Ceiriog.
  22. II Tan-y-Garth including garden terrace and entrance staircase
    Situated 1 km approx NE of Pontfadog, in an elevated position on the N side of the valley.
  23. II Tu-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.
  24. II Ty'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.
  25. II Wern 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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