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Listed Buildings in Llanbadoc, Monmouthshire

  1. II Beech Tree Farmhouse
    On the north side of Glascoed Lane about 1000m west of the Glascoed crossroads in the direction of New Inn.
  2. II* Church of St Madoc
    On the east side of the Caerleon road about 700m south of Usk bridge,
  3. II Cilfeigan Farmhouse
    About 2000m west of the Church of St. Madoc on the north side of the road to The Glascoed.
  4. II Double Granary at Henrhiw Farm
    Immediately on the south side of the A472 about 2700m north west of Usk bridge.
  5. II East Barn at Henrhiw Farm
    Immediately on the south side of the A472 about 2700m north west of Usk bridge.
  6. II Estavarney Farmhouse
    About 600m north of the junction with the A472 at the point where Estavarney Lane turns to the west.
  7. II Gravestone of Elizabeth Liddill at Church of St Madoc
    About 20m south of the chancel of the Church of St. Madoc.
  8. II Henrhiw Farmhouse
    Immediately on the south side of the A472 about 2700m north west of Usk bridge.
  9. II Hill Farmhouse
    At the end of Church Lane about 400m north east of the Church of St. Michael.
  10. II Lower Trostra
    Off the south side of Glascoed Lane about 2000m south west of Glascoed crossroads in the direction of New Inn.
  11. II Memorial to the Marquis de la Pasture at Church of St. Madoc
    Immediately beside the entrance to the churchyard of the Church of St. Madoc on the left hand side of the path.
  12. II Prioress Mill and Mill Cottage
    Situated between the river Usk and the A472 about 400m north of Usk College.
  13. II Telephone Call-box at Church of St Madoc
    Across a small lane from the entrance to the churchyard of the Church of St. Madoc with a small stream to the rear.
  14. II The Old Tollhouse
    Immediately facing the west end of Usk bridge.
  15. II Usk Bridge
    On the west side of Usk carrying the A472 over the river.
  16. II West Barn at Henrhiw Farm
    Immediately on the south side of the A472 about 2700m north west of Usk bridge.

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