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Listed Buildings in Llandysilio, Powys

  1. II Barn to East of Bryn Mawr
    Roughly L-plan group of farm buildings to east of farmhouse.
  2. II Bridge (No.101) over Montgomeryshire Canal
    Situated in meadowland and carrying the former access road to Rhysnant Hall (now demolished) from the main A483 road.
  3. II Bridge (No.98) over Montgomeryshire Canal
    Carrying a field road over the Montgomeryshire Canal to Pentreheylin Farm on the east bank.
  4. II Bryn Mawr
    Hillside setting above Gwerglodd Dingle.
  5. II C-Plan Group of Farm Ranges to E.of Rhandregynwen
    Isolated position close to Afon Vyrnwy, one mile north east of Four Crosses.
  6. II Calcott Hall Photos
    Isolated position, one mile east of Four Crosses and 1.25 miles NNW of Llandrinio.
  7. II Church of St. Tysilio Photos
    Isolated position, set back from Welshpool to Oswestry Road, one mile south of Llanymynech.
  8. II Circular Churchyard & Pillar Sundial at Church of St.Tysilio Photos
    Isolated position, set back from Welshpool to Oswestry Road, one mile south of Llanymynech. A finely composed church with an ornate interior and excellent furnishings of the period.
  9. II Clafton Bridge (No.100) & attached Parapets Flanking Road Approaches
    Clafton Bridge with its long rising approaches carries the B4393 over the Montgomeryshire Canal.
  10. II Cowhouse Range to S. of Rhandregynwen
    Runs back from road to the south of the modern farmhouse.
  11. II Cowsheds, Granary & Milking Parlour (Old Stables) at Bryn Mawr
    Roughly L-plan group of farm buildings to east of farmhouse.
  12. II Domgay House
    Lies immediately to the south of Domgay Chapel.
  13. II Fir Tree
    Secluded upland setting, about 1/25km SW of New Bridge Yyrnwy.
  14. II Former Domgay Chapel
    Dominant position on corner of A483 in Four Crosses.
  15. II Former Salt Warehouse at Newbridge
    On a meadow site close to the west bank of the Montgomeryshire Canal between Newbridge and Pentreheylin
  16. II Goolden's Warehouse at Clafton Bridge
    Attached to south east corner of Clafton Bridge parapet.
  17. II Greenfield House
    Central position S of The Clawdd.
  18. II Haughton Grange
    Isolated position, two miles east of Four Crosses.
  19. II House attached to Post Office, including forecourt walls & railings
    Llandysilio
  20. II No. 1 Domgay Hall Cottages & outbuildings to rear
    Set back behind gardens on north side of Domgay Lane, three-quarters of a mile north east of Four Crosses.
  21. II No.2 Domgay Hall cottages & outbuildings to rear
    Set back behind gardens on north side of Domgay Lane, three-quarters of a mile north east of Four Crosses.
  22. II Nos.1-12 (consec) Canal Cottages
    A compact row of former industrial buildings backing onto Clafton Bridge; formerly looking over small dock with wharf on the north side.
  23. II Old Milk Factory (Ice Cremery) adjacent to Greenfield House
    Llandysilio
  24. II Outbuilding Range to W of Rhysnant Fach
    Lies between the A483 and the Montgomeryshire Canal, half-a-mile south of Four Crosses.
  25. II Parson's Bridge (No.99) over Montgomeryshire Canal
    Carrying a footpath (Parson's Lane) over the Montgomeryshire Canal to the south west of Llandysilio Parish Church.
  26. II Pentre
    Isolated position in Haughton, two-and-a-half miles north east of Four Crosses.
  27. II Pentreheylin Bridge (No.97) over The Montgomeryshire Canal
    Carrying the access road from B4398 over the Montgomeryshire Canal to Pentreheylin Hall and Farm.
  28. II* Pont Lllanymynech (lies partly in Llansdysilio Commuinity area)
    Main road bridge over River Vyrnwy on S edge of village.
  29. II Rhandregynwen Farmhouse
    Isolated position close to Afon Vyrnwy, one mile north east of Four Crosses.
  30. II Rhysnant Fach
    Lies between the A483 and the Montgomeryshire Canal, half-a-mile south of Four Crosses.
  31. II Rhysnant Farmhouse
    Approached via farm track off by-road leading from B4393 half-a-mile north west of Clafton Bridge.
  32. II Street House
    Prominent position behind roadside wall, on A483 in Four Crosses.
  33. II The Golden Lion
    Prominent roadside position on A483 leading north from Four Crosses.
  34. II The Old School adjoining Llandysilio Churchyard Photos
    Lies on the edge of the churchyard 100m south west of Llandysilio Church.
  35. II The Post Office
    Llandysilio
  36. II Ty Coch
    Prominent roadside position on A483, three-quarters of a mile north of Four Crosses.
  37. II U-Plan outbuilding Ranges to N. & E. of Calcott Hall
    Isolated position, one mile east of Four Crosses and 1.25 miles NNW of Llandrinio.
  38. II War Memorial
    Sited on the south west corner of the A483/B4393 crossroads in Four Crosses; in small enclosure formed of hedge and chain link fence.

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