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Listed Buildings in Llandrindod Wells, Powys

  1. II Albert Hall
    Situated on a downhill slope close to the centre of the town; beside the presbyterian chapel.
  2. II Bailey Einon Farmhouse
    Above and set back from the road about 1 1/4 miles east of Llandrindod Wells. Garden to the front and lower farmyard to the rear.
  3. II Barclay's Bank
    Forward to street with small forecourt; close to east side of the railway line.
  4. II Brynarlais
    Adjacent to the Metropole Hotel, on the main road through the town, opposite Temple Gardens and the junction with South Crescent.
  5. II Cae-Bach Chapel Photos
    Reached by a short lane north off Brookland Road leading to Caebach. Chapel set back to the west of this lane at the end of a gated pathway with small graveyard to the front. The ground falls away s
  6. II Cae-Bach Farmhouse
    At the end of a short lane north off Brookland Road just beyond Caebach Chapel. Facing east with land falling away steeply on three sides.
  7. II Gorse Farmhouse
    Situated about 1\2 mile east of the town and reached by a short farm road. Ground slopes down to the west.
  8. II Holy Trinity Parish Church Photos
    Situated in the upper part of the town to the north-east of the Grand Pavilion and recreation ground.
  9. II Hotel Commodore
    Set back from the road in its own grounds and situated on a downhill slope to north-west of the Parish Church.
  10. II Llandrindod Hall
    Approximately 1/2 miles south-east of the town centre on the edge of the golf course. Below and to the west of the Old Parish Church and reached through the farmyard.
  11. II Llandrindod Wells Signal-Box Photos
    On the E (down) platform. To S of the main station building and overbridge, near the far end of the platform. This example was relocated in September 1989 from original site at the level crossing to
  12. II Llanerch Hotel
    Situated to the north of the town centre and reached by a short downhill road, west off Waterloo Road. the ground falls away steeply to the rear.
  13. II Long Barn Range at Llandrindod Hall
    Situated north-east of Llandrindod Hall, and forming the eastern side of the farmyard.
  14. II Mangalore
    Situated on rising ground near the edge of the town, below the road leading to the former Pump House Hotel. Opposite the corner with Beaufort Road.
  15. II Midland Bank
    Corner building prominently sited at the junction between Middleton Street, Spa Road and South Crescent.
  16. II Nweuadd Farmhouse
    Situated at the eastern end of Trefonnen Lane, high above and approximately 1\2 mile from the town. The ground falls away steeply to the west.
  17. II Oxford Chambers, Printers, Braddon, Oxford House, Greenstiles Cycles
    Forward to the street and detached; near the junction with Park Crescent, to west of the railway.
  18. II Pavilion at Spa Treatment Centre
    Situated near the bottom of Rock Park near the Arlais Brook.
  19. II Presbyterian Chapel
    Situated on a downhill slope, between the Radnor District Council Offices and the Albert Hall.
  20. II Radnor District Council Offices (formerly Gwalia Hotel)
    Situated in the centre of the town at the junction of five roads; V-plan building with side elevations to Norton Terrace and Ithon Road.
  21. II Telephone Call-box outside Town Hall Building with S. Crescent opposite
    Immediately N of War Memorial Gardens; to rear of pavement.
  22. II Telephone Call-box to rear of pavement close to junction with Norton Terrace
    Close to NE entrance to Rock Park with circular pillar-box adjoining
  23. II* The Automobile Palace
    On corner with Spa Road East and with flank elevation on Princes Avenue.
  24. II Tyn-y-Rhos
    Set back from and below the road; approximately half a mile from the town centre.
  25. II Upper Llanoley
    Approximately 1 1/2 miles E of Llandrindod Wells, beyond the golf course and reached by a short farm road. The house is set into steeply rising ground.
  26. II War Memorial
    Situated north of the Hotel Metropole in the gardens beside the Museum.

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