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Listed Buildings in Llanfihangel, Powys

  1. II Agricultural Range at Pen-y-bryn Farm
    To south side of the farmyard of Pen-y-bryn
  2. II Agricultural Range at Plas-Dolanog
    At the east side of the forecourt of Plas-Dolanog, reached by a farm lane 1 km north-west of Dolanog village.
  3. II Ann Griffiths Memorial Chapel and Attached House (Dolwen)
    Situated on the north side of Dolanog village some 100 m NE of the former Post Office. Small stone-walled forecourt; railing enclosure to adjacent house.
  4. II Braich-y-waen farm range
    In a group with Braich-y-waen farmhouse, north of a small domestic rear yard and extending to the north of the farmyard.
  5. II Braich-y-waen Farmhouse with attached Stable and Sties
    ½ km north-east of Pont Ysgadan, reached by a farm track. The farmhouse has gardens to the front and west, a large farmyard to the east, and a long cowhouse range parallel to the house at the north.
  6. II Buarth-bachog
    In a small farmyard to west side of a minor road about ½ km south of the village of Dolanog. Small enclosure at front with rubble drystone wall and gate.
  7. II Buarth-bachog Agricultural Range
    To east side of Buarth-bachog farmhouse, planned at an angle because of the lie of the land.
  8. II Capel Saron and attached Chapel House Photos
    Situated at a junction of minor roads some 1.8 km south-east of Pont Dolanog. Stone walls to road with Victorian letterbox. The chapel and house are approached from the crossroads corner of the site.
  9. II Cowhouse Range at Mill Farm (Felin Dolanog)
    To the south of the yard of Felin Dolanog, with one gable built into the leat retaining bank.
  10. II Dolwar Hall
    In farmyard midway between Llanfihangel-yng-Ngwynfa and Dolanog villages. Garden to east, small enclose forecourt to south-west with former pigsties at its south.
  11. II Dolwar-fach (or Dolwar-fechan)
    At the higher end of a farmyard about 2 km north of Dolanog.
  12. II Fachwen-ganol
    To the east side of a minor road 1 km north of Pont-Llogel
  13. II Fronlas
    Reached by a farm track 1 km west of Pont Felin Wynfa on the B4393.
  14. II Fronlas Cowshed Range
    Adjacent to Fronlas farmhouse.
  15. II Llwyn-onn (Llwydiarth Old Vicarage) with attached Stable and Byre
    In the village of Pont-Llogel, 100 m south of St Mary's church.
  16. II Mill Cottage including Old Corn Mill with Range to South and Sheds to East (Felin Dolonog)
    300 m east of St John's church, at south side of the minor road which passes through the farmyard.
  17. II Mill Farm (Felin Dolanog)
    300 m east of St John's church, at north side of the minor road which passes through the farmyard. Stone-walled garden to west, fenced yard to east. The tailrace of the mill leat is visible further ea
  18. II Old Pont Dolanog
    In the village of Dolanog, crossing the Afon Efyrnwy.
  19. II Outbuilding to South of Farmyard, Dolwar-fach
    Dolwar-fach farmyard
  20. II Outbuilding to West of Farmyard, Dolwar-fach
    Dolwar-fach farmyard
  21. II Pen-y-bryn Farmhouse
    300 m north-east of St John's church, at the north-west corner of Pen-y-bryn farmyard.
  22. II Pen-yr-allt
    Reached by a kilometre-long farm track from a minor road about 2 km north of Pont-Llogel. Farm outbuilding to north.
  23. II Plas-Dolanog
    1 km north-west of Dolanog village, to rear of farmyard. Small picket-fenced enclosure at front, garden at rear.
  24. II Pont Llogel
    Over the Afon Efyrnwy in the village of Pont-Llogel (on boundary with Banwy Community)
  25. II Ty Efyrnwy (former Vicarage) including Coach House
    Opposite St John's church, set in private grounds.

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