History in Structure

This site is entirely user-supported. See how you can help.

Listed Buildings in Llandinam, Powys

  1. II 1 Trelonydd
    Part of a small planned estate set back from the main road immediately N of the Presbyterian Church.
  2. II 2 Trelonydd
    Part of a small planned estate set back from the main road immediately N of the Presbyterian Church.
  3. II 3 Trelonydd
    Part of a small planned estate set back from the main road immediately N of the Presbyterian Church.
  4. II 4 Trelonydd
    Part of a small planned estateset back from the main road immediately N of the Presbyterian Church.
  5. II 5 Trelonydd
    Part of a small planned estate grouped around an informal green and set back from the main road immediately N of the Presbyterian Church.
  6. II 6 Trelonydd
    Part of a small planned estate grouped around an informal green and set back from the main road immediately N of the Presbyterian Church.
  7. II Berth-ddu barn
    The barn is located on a terrace of the Wigdwr Brook, some 0.5km SW of Berth-ddu farm, and is accessed across fields from the farmyard.
  8. II Broneirion
    Located approximately 400m across the bridge, W of the junction of the road with the A.470. It is flanked by the 'U'-plan stable block on the S side now roofed over, and overlooking the rock valley
  9. II Broneirion Lodge
    Located at the end of the avenue leading straight from Llandinam Bridge, at the bottom of the sinuous driveway to Broneirion, and backed by mature C19 planting.
  10. II Church of St Llonio
    Located immediately N of the village centre, on a spur jutting into the Severn valley, and within a fortified promontory fort, the defensive bank forming, until recently, the N boundary of the churchy
  11. II Craigiryn
    Located in the Severn valley, approximately 2.5Km miles S of Llandinam village, and accessed by a farm road laid along the formation of the former Cambrian Railway line to Llanidloes.
  12. II Farm building at Bryn coch cottage
    Located at the end of a farm road leading S off the A.470 at Dolwen and running SE. The barn is set on sloping ground to the rear and at an angle to the farmhouse, which is called Bryn-coch cottage.
  13. II Garth-fach
    The farmhouse is located in an elevated position at the far S end of the Community and County.
  14. II Gate piers, gates and retaining walls to entrance to Plâs Dinam
    Located at the foot of the main driveway leading off the main Caersws to Llandinam road, approximately 1km N of the village centre.
  15. II Gilfach cottages
    The cottages stand close to the main Llandinam to Llanidloes road, approximately 3Km S of Llandinam village.
  16. II Glyn feinion
    The farm is located in the upper reaches of the Nant Feinion, under the SW shoulder of Y Foel, and is reached by a minor road off the A.470 running south through the valley.
  17. II Little House, also known as Gwerneirin Cottage
    The Cottage is set close to the road, beside a former trackway to Middle Gwern-eirin farm, for which it probably formed a lodge.
  18. II* Llandinam Bridge
    Set at right angles to the main A.470 on the northern edge of Llandinam village, and carrying the by-road west over the River Severn.
  19. II Llandinam Hall
    Located in the Severn valley, approximately 1Km N of the village, and accessed by a farm road off the A.470.
  20. II Llandinam Institute
    Located in a prominent position in the centre of the village.
  21. II Llandinam Presbyterian Church with front enclosing railed wall
    Located c.180m S of the village centre, within a railed enclosure with its gable facing the road.
  22. II Lodge to Plâs Dinam
    Located at the foot of the formal driveway to Plâs Dinam, immediately within the gate on the left (E) side.
  23. II Malthouse Cottage
    The cottage is located beneath the S side of the churchyard, within a terrace of cottages.
  24. II Middle Esgair Cottage
    Located on the road to Newchapel, within a linear intake of land alongside the highway leading from the river valley on to Moelfre plateau.
  25. II Milestone opposite Lodge to Plâs Dinam
    Located in the road verge immediately opposite the driveway and lodge to Plâs Dinam, approximately 1km N of the village centre.
  26. II Milestone W of Maesyderwyn Lane
    Located in the road verge, 3Km from Llanidloes, and some 75m W of the minor road junction to Maesyderwyn.
  27. II Neuaddllwyd
    Located in the Severn valley, approximately 1.5Km S of Llandinam village, and accessed by a farm road laid along the formation of the former Cambrian Railway line to Llanidloes.
  28. II* Plâs Dinam
    Plâs Dinam stands on an elevated plateau above the valley of the Severn, approximately 1Km N of the village centre. It is approached from a formal driveway from the A.470 Caersws to Llanidloes road.
  29. II Porth-gwibedyn
    Located on the first terrace above the Severn valley, 1.5km SE of Caersws.
  30. II Retaining walls, gates and piers to Broneirion
    Located in front of the lodge at the bottom of the driveway leading up to Broneirion, 350m approximately across the Severn from the village centre.
  31. II Rhiew
    Located on a raised terrace overlooking the valley of the Wigdwr Brook, and accessed by a farm track leading E off the road running S from Oakley Park chapel, replacing the original hollow way approac
  32. II* Statue and pedestal, to David Davies of Llandinam
    Situated at the roadside, set back from the eastern end of Llandinam Bridge.
  33. II Trelonydd War Memorial
    Forms the centre-piece of the small garden village estate at Trelonydd, alongside the main road immediately N of the Presbyterian Church. The Memorial stands in a small chained enclosure backed by a l
  34. II Tyddyn
    Located on rising ground, looking S over the small well-wooded valley of the Wigdwr Brook.
  35. II Tyddyn Cottage
    Located on rising ground, looking S over the small well-wooded valley of the Wigdwr Brook.
  36. II Upper Talbot Cottage
    The cottage is located at a cross roads S of Llidiart-y-waen, approximately 7Km SE of Llanidloes.

BritishListedBuildings.co.uk is an independent online resource and is not associated with any government department. All government data published here is used under licence. Please do not contact BritishListedBuildings.co.uk for any queries related to any individual listed building, planning permission related to listed buildings or the listing process itself.

British Listed Buildings is a Good Stuff website.