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Listed Buildings in Henfynyw, Ceredigion

  1. II Alltwen
    Situated on S side of A 482 approximately 1km SE of Aberaeron.
  2. II Capel Neuaddlwyd Photos
    Situated on the S side of the Aeron valley, approximately 2.5 km SE of Aberaeron and on a minor road S of the A4687.
  3. II Crofftybeudy
    Situated at the end of a track some 800m long, off a minor road E of Henfynyw. The track passes Sychpant halfway along its length.
  4. II Ddolwen
    Situated on S side of A 482 some 1.1km SE of Aberaeron.
  5. II Delfryn Cottage
    Situated on the N side of a minor road E of Henfynyw and attached at right end to Delfryn.
  6. II Enclosure Railings to Capel Neuaddlwyd
    Situated on the S side of the Aeron valley, approximately 2.5 km SE of Aberaeron and on a minor road S of the A4687.
  7. II Ffos-y-ffin Chapel Photos
    Situated on W side of A 487 in Ffos-y-ffin, set back in courtyard flanked by later chapel house and 1927 vestry.
  8. II Llwyncelyn Independent Chapel Photos
    Situated on right side of lane from Llwyncelyn to Oakford, in iron-railed forecourt.
  9. II Llynfell
    Situated in centre of Oakford, the third house W of the crossroads, on the S side.
  10. II Milestone off A487 at Henfynyw
    Situated on E side of a layby off the A487 some 500m N of Ffos-y-ffin Chapel.
  11. II Milestone on A482
    Situated on the E side of the A482 some 150m past the entrance to Glynaeron.
  12. II Milestone on A487 at Llwyncelyn
    Situated on the SE side of the A487, approximately 170m NE of the crossroads in the centre of Llwyncelyn.
  13. II Minafon
    Facing up the farm lane that leads off the east side of the A482 and situated to the south-east of Pontbrenmydyr. On the west bank of the Afon Mydyr, in sight of Llanerchaeron House.
  14. II Monument at Capel Neuaddlwyd
    Situated prominately in front of Capel Neuaddlwyd behind railings on a low wall.
  15. II Outbuilding to the right of the Forge
    Situated on S side of A 482 some 2.5 km E of Aberaeron, in iron-railed forecourt.
  16. II* Pontbrenmydyr
    Set into the slope above Afon Mydyr, in sight of Llanerchaeron House. Reached off the E side of the A482 down a short lane past Minafon.
  17. II Rhydgwnllanau ( attached house to former Post Office )
    Situated on crossroada in centre of Oakford, the first house on the road to W, on S side. House set behind low stone coped wall with spearhead railings and scroll-topped gate.
  18. II Siop Fach (First Cottage)
    Situated just W of Neuaddlwyd Independent chapel and vestry and attached to the latter.
  19. II Siop Fach (Second Cottage)
    Situated just W of Neuaddlwyd Independent chapel and vestry and attached to the latter.
  20. II St David's Well
    Situated on the E side of the A487 some 60m S of Capel Ffos-y-yffin.
  21. II Sychpant
    Situated approximately halfway along the track to Crofftybeudy, some 400m off a minor road E of Henfynyw.
  22. II Telephone Call-box (01545 580469)
    Situated in the centre of Oakford outside the Old Post Office.
  23. II The Forge
    Situated on S side of A 482 some 2.5 km E of Aberaeron, in iron-railed forecourt.
  24. II Ty Capel
    Situated just W of Neuaddlwyd Independent chapel and vestry and attached to the latter.
  25. II Ty Dderwen
    Situated on crossroads in centre of Oakford, the first house on the road to W, on S side. House set behind low stone coped wall with spearhead railings and scroll-topped gate.
  26. II Vestry and Coach-house to Capel Neuaddlwyd
    Situated just W of Neuaddlwyd Independent chapel, in terraced row.
  27. II Vestry attached to left of Llwyncelyn Independent Chapel
    Situated on right side of lane fron Llwyncelyn to Oakford, in iron-railed forecourt.

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