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Listed Buildings in Guilsfield, Powys

  1. II Abercrombie House (Post Office and Stores)
    Located at the centre of the village.
  2. II Barn at Park Farm
    Located 50m to the SW of Park Farmhouse.
  3. II Bod-Isa
    Guilsfield
  4. II Bod-Isa Cottage
    Guilsfield
  5. II Broniarth Farmhouse
    Located on a platform site overlooking a wide valley at the N end of the Community Area
  6. II Brooklands Hall (School and Golf Academy)
    Located on a hilltop, approached along a winding drive off the A490.
  7. II Burgedin Farmhouse
    Located on the NE side of the former farmyard.
  8. II Burgedin Hall
    Located off an access road SE of Varchoel Bridge on the B4392.
  9. II Calcott House
    Located attached to the W side of Trawscoed House.
  10. II Canal Bridge on Roadway to Bridge Farm
    Located over the disused Guilsfield Canal to provide access to Bridge Farm.
  11. II Canal Bridge on Roadway to the Bridge
    Located over the disused Guilsfield Canal to provide access to the Bridge.
  12. II Cefn du Uchaf Farmhouse
    Located off the B.4392 to Llanfair Cereinion, at the western end of the Community Area.
  13. II Cemetery Chapel
    Located at the centre of the cemetery, near the centre of Guilsfield.
  14. II Ceunant
    Located at the top of a steep bank overlooking a narrow cwm.
  15. I Church of St Aelhaiarn including Outbuilding to W end of N Aisle and outbuilding on W side of Porch
    Located within a large oval raised graveyard at the centre of the village.
  16. II Churchyard Wall and Gates at Chruch of St Aelhaiarn
    Located in the centre of Guilsfield.
  17. II Cil Haul
    Located on the corner of Oak Lane, and forming a terrace with Yew Trees.
  18. II Clematis Cottage
    Lies at the corner of the Arddleen Road and School Road.
  19. II Deep Cutting Bridge
    Located adjacent to the B.4392 on the road to Red House farm, providing access to Burgedin township.
  20. II Entrance Gate Piers and attached walls to Brooklands Hall
    Located at the bottom end of the driveway to Brooklands Hall.
  21. II Entrance Range of service outbuildings at Trawscoed Hall
    The range forms the Western range enclosing the service yard on the N side of Trawscoed Hall.
  22. II Farm Buildings at Garth Farm and Heylin Farm
    Located on the E side of the Welshpool to Llanfyllin Road, on a ridge overlooking the Guilsfield Brook valley, and the site of the mansion of Garth.
  23. II Folly Farmhouse
    Located at the junction of Folly Lane with the road to Varchoel.
  24. II Fron-y-Fele
    Located on a platford site, facing S down the valley towards Welshpool, with access from the southern driveway to Trawscoed Hall.
  25. II Gates and Gate Piers at the former E entrance to Garth
    Located on a field boundary, NE of Garth Farm.
  26. II Glebe House
    Located in its own planted grounds at the bottom of a driveway off Dolwen, near the central crossroads of the village.
  27. II Granary and Dovecote at Trawscoed Hall
    Located centrally on the N side of the rear service yard of Trawscoed Hall.
  28. II Hen Blas
    Located on the lane from the B4392 to Wern.
  29. II Jones Monument, close to the south gatesof the churchyard
    Located immediately within the gates to the churchyard to St Aelhaiarn's church, against a yew tree.
  30. II* Llanerch Brochwell
    Located on a platform site overlooking the Guilsfield Brook valley, with an access drive from the junction with Laundry Lane.
  31. II* Llyswen
    Located at the end of Llyswen Lane, on high ground overlooking the Llyswen Dingle to the S.
  32. II Lodge to Maesmawr Hall (including Gate Piers)
    Located at the junction of the driveway with the main road, E of Maesmawr Hall.
  33. II* Lower Garth (also known as Garth Isaf)
    Located behind trees, S of the B.4392 turning to Guilsfield village.
  34. II* Maesmawr Hall
    Located in a narrow valley, approached by a long driveway from Maesmawr Road, and is set in its own landscaped grounds.
  35. II Malt House Farmhouse
    Located on the NE side of Varchoel Lane, on the SE side of the farm yard.
  36. II Milestone at Varchoel Cottages
    Located partly buried in the road verge almost opposite No. 2 Varchoel Cottages.
  37. II Milestone SW of Varchoel Bridge
    Located in the road verge of the B.4392.
  38. II No 2, B 4392 (Se Side) Varchoel,,,,,powys,
    Located against the B.4392, halfway between Guilsfield and Arddl_n.
  39. II North Moel-Y-Garth Farmhouse
    Located on a platform site on the south slope of the valley of the Guilsfield Brook, above Coed-y-garth Farm, with access track from the A490, immediately S of Groes-lwyd crossroads.
  40. II* Park Farmhouse
    Located off a minor road running W of Groes-lwyd crossroads.
  41. II Porches
    7 Park Road
  42. II Public Water Fountain
    Located near the centre of Guilsfield, against the front wall of 'Smithy Orchard', close to the driveway to the Old Post Office.
  43. II Stable building at rear of Trawscoed Hall
    The stable forms the E side of the rear service courtyard of the Hall.
  44. II Stable Building at Trawscoed Hen
    Guilsfield
  45. II The Porches
    Located on the SE side of the Green.
  46. II The Porches
    Located on the SE side of the Green.
  47. II THe Red House
    Located at the junction of School Road with Oak Lane, immediately NW of the churchyard of St. Aelhaiarn, and set beack behind its front forecourt wall.
  48. II The Square
    Located west of the churchyard, and forming the continuous road frontage.
  49. II Trawscoed Cottage
    Lying against the SE side of the churchyard, church of St Aelhaiarn.
  50. II* Trawscoed Hall (also known as Crosswood)
    Located on a hilltop overlooking Groes-lwyd and the main Welshpool-Llanfyllin Road, replacing a building of 1583.
  51. II Trawscoed Hen (East Wing)
    Located to the east of the surviving west wing, on the hilltop N of Guilsfield village.
  52. II Trawscoed Hen (West Wing)
    Located in a hilltop position, north of Guilsfield village, the driveway formerly commencing at the E end of the Arddleen Road in the village, but now accessed from The Lane, off the A.490.
  53. II Trawscoed House
    Located in a prominent position at the end of Arddleen Road, looking towards the church.
  54. II Ty Canol
    Located on rising ground 3km miles N of Welshpool along a straight drive approximately 150m from the road.
  55. II Varchoel Villa
    Located against the B.4392, halfway between Guilsfield and Arddl_n.
  56. II Vicarage
    Located in its own planted grounds at the bottom of a driveway off Dolwen, near the central crossroads of the village.
  57. II Walled Garden at Garth Farm and Heylin Farm
    Approx. 250m SE of the farm buildings of Garth Farm and Heylin Farm, adjacent to the A490.
  58. II White Ash (Nos 1 and 2 Onnen Wen/White Ash) Photos
    Located within the village of Guilsfield, E of the churchyard.
  59. II Yew Tree
    Attached to the NE gable of Cil Haul.

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