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Listed Buildings in Llandegla, Denbighshire

  1. II* Bodidris
    Approximately 2 km NE of Llandegla, at the end of a narrow lane leading N from the A 5104, occupying a commanding hillside position with a walled garden to north and listed estate buildings to south-w
  2. II Bridge at Llandegla
    Bridge over the River Alyn, on the outskirts of village of Llandegla on the minor road leading W past church.
  3. II Church of St Tecla
    In the centre of the village of Llandegla, in a walled and gated churchyard.
  4. II Garden Wall at Bodidris
    Approximately 2 km NE of Llandegla, forming a boundary wall to the garden to N of Bodidris.
  5. II Gardener's Cottage, Laundry Cottage and Barn to South-west of Bodidris
    Some 100m SW of Bodidris, forming the N side of a courtyard group, bounded to the east by a range which includes former Stable Block (Bodidris Cottage, Grooms Cottage, and studio flat); to the west by
  6. II Hafod Bilston
    Approximately 2 km SE of the village of Llandegla, approached along a minor road which runs S from the A 525.
  7. II Hafod-yr-Abad
    Some 3.5 km SW of Llandegla, approached along a single track road which runs W at Tai-newyddion on the A 542 towards the Horseshoe Pass .
  8. II Llandegla School and Former Schoolhouse
    Opposite the church in the centre of the village of Llandegla, on the S side the minor road.
  9. II* Old Stable Block and Bodidris Cottage to South-west of Bodidris
    Some 100m SW of Bodidris, forming the E side of a courtyard group, bounded to the north by a range which includes Laundry Cottage, Gardener's Cottage and the Barn; to the west by the Bothy and shelter
  10. II Plas-y-Bwlch
    Approximately 3 km SW of Llandegla, on the W side of the A542 as it begins the ascent to Horseshoe Pass.
  11. II Shelter Shed to South-west of Bodidris
    Forms part of a group of outbuildings to the SW of Bodidris. The shelter shed is attached to N end of C16 house (former stable block, to E of courtyard).
  12. II War Memorial at St Tecla’s Church
    On the south eastern corner of the churchyard at St Tecla’s Church, opposite the former schoolhouse.

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