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Listed Buildings in Llanbrynmair, Powys

  1. II Barn at rear of Minfordd Cottages
    The building lies parallel to and to the rear of Minffordd Cottages, approximately half way between Pennant and the turn to Bont Dolgadfan.
  2. II Bethel Chapel and Forecourt Railings
    The chapel is located at an angle to the road, at the entrance to Bont Dolgadfan village from the B 4518, behind the house Tan-y-capel. The schoolroom and meeting room are attached by a lean-to roof
  3. II Bont Dolgadfan
    At the centre of the hamlet of Bont Dolgadfan.
  4. II Bont Dolgadfan Independent Chapel, with railed forecourt
    Located near the centre of Bont Dolgadfan, beside the road leading to Ty-gwyn farm. The chapel is set lengthwise and above the road, behind its railed forecourt set on the retaining wall.
  5. II Bont Pandy mill and mill house, formerly known as Gelli-dymyll Mill. Photos
    The mill and mill house are located below the road from Llanbrynmair to Staylittle, approximately 350m S of the juntion with the Bont-dolgadfan and Talerddig Road. Set over a small stream where it joi
  6. II Bron-derw-goed
    The farmhouse is located on the steep terraced hillside of the Banc Bronderwgoed, overlooking the valley of the Afon Twymyn. It is approached by a straight farm track rising from the Llanbrynmair to
  7. II Bryn llys
    The house is located on rising ground, set back from the main A470 and approached through fine iron gates on cast iron stanchions, to a long angled driveway. Further iron gates to the front garden.
  8. II Brynawel
    Located on right side of the road from the centre of the village leading to Ty-gwyn and below the Independent Chapel.
  9. II* Church of St Mary
    Located approximately 3.2 kilometres S of Llanbrynmair on the B 4518, and set in an oval churchyard on a small hill.
  10. II Coed Cae
    The farmhouse is located approximately 600m S of the centre of the village, and is set with its left gable to the road. The farm buildings lie to the N.
  11. II Cwm gwyn
    Located on a bank overlooking the Afon Rhiwsaeson at the centre of the small hamlet at Pandy.
  12. II Cwm Pen Llydan
    In a remote location towards the head of a side valley on the east of the valley of the Afon Cwm, some 3.3km NE of Llanbrynmair, accessed from the road which runs NE from Pandy and follows the river.
  13. II Cwm-carnedd-uchaf
    The farmhouse is located near the head of the lane leading from Dolfâch up the Banc y Gorlan, and is sited across the slope facing S across the valley.
  14. II Diosg
    Farmhouse located on a platform site at the head of its farmyard, at the foot of the Newydd Ffynyddog, above the small township of Dol-fâch, and accessed by a farm road from the centre of Dol-fâch.
  15. II Estate farm building at Gellidywyll
    The building is located at the end of a short branch off the road to Rhiwgen, immediately beyond and below the former farmhouse of Gellidwyll.
  16. II Former grain and timber kiln
    Set immediately beside and below the road with its gable end facing diagonally across a corner at the top of the steep hill down to Bont Pandy. It is slightly to the N and opposite the drive and lodg
  17. II Gellidywyll
    The house, formerly a farmhouse, is located on the W side of the minor road to Rhiwgan, which leads off the road from Bont-dolgadfan to Talerddig.
  18. II Glantwymyn
    The house is located at the centre of the small former flannel weaving community, where the small Wern brook joins the Afon Twymyn.
  19. II Hafod y Llan, also known as the Old Rectory
    Located close to the NW side of the graveyard of the church of St Mary, and approached by a driveway under the churchyard wall.
  20. II Llanbrynmair Railway Station and house
    The railway passes to the N of the village. The station is approximately 100m from the junction of the lane with the A470.
  21. II Milestone at Llanbrynmair Bridge
    Located in the pavement on the reformed approach to the bridge.
  22. II Milestone at the N end of Dol-fach
    Located in the grassed verge near the N end of the layby on the NW end of the hamlet of Dol-fâch.
  23. II Plas esgair
    The house is located in its own grounds approached by a long driveway from the road, approximately 550m N of Llan church.
  24. II Plas rhiw-saeson
    Located in the valley bottom of the Afon Rhiw-saeson N of the hamlet of Pandy Rhiw-saeson. It stands slightly above its farm buildings, placed to the NW, and looks E over land, probably former garden
  25. II Pont Creignant
    The bridge is located at a sharp bend where the road from Llanbrynmair to Staylittle crosses the Afon Creignant.
  26. II Sundial in the Churchyard of the Church of St Mary
    Located to the south of the W end of the church, approximately 5 metres from the corner of the Vestry.
  27. II Tremafon
    Located on right side of the road from the centre of the village leading to Ty-gwyn and below the Independent Chapel.
  28. II Wynnstay Arms
    The building is prominently located at the centre of the village, in the angle between the main A.470 Caersws to Machynlleth Road and the Pandy Road up the Tafolog Valley.
  29. II Yr Hen Gapel, forecourt railings, and Minister's house
    Located on the E side of the hamlet of Dol-fâch, above the railway line. The chapel is approached by a flight of wide steps between walls, leading to the railed forecourt. The manse lies behind the

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