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Listed Buildings in Llanfoist Fawr, Monmouthshire

  1. II Attached Canal-side Building to Richards Farm Bridge
    The bridge spans the canal 0.25km south of bridge No 94 and reached by a lane from B 4269. Tow-path to the east side.
  2. II Bank of three Limekilns to rear of Kiln Lodge
    In the garden above Kiln Lodge to the east of Govilon on the road that runs south-west towards Blaenavon; near the railway viaduct over the B 4246 and set immediately below the canal.
  3. II Barn Bridge ( Canal Bridge no 89 ) Photos
    Spanning the canal uphill and to south of Llanellen village, approximately 0.5km south of bridge No 90.
  4. II Barn to S of Derwen Deg
    Immediately uphill from Derwen Deg to which it is linked by the attached rubble boundary wall. Derwen Deg is on the southern side of Govilon below the line of the former railway.
  5. II Boathouse Cottage Photos
    At Llanfoist Wharf which is situated uphill to the south-west of Llanfoist Parish Church. The wharf is on the west side of the canal and Boathouse Cottage is built over the tunnel; the house is reach
  6. II Bridge over Canal at Llanfoist Wharf Photos
    Spanning the canal at Llanfoist Wharf and now serving as the access to Boathouse Cottage. Also known as Tod's Bridge.
  7. II Canal Drain to W of embanked Aqueduct
    Immediately to west of the aqueduct that carries the canal around the steep hillside and over a stream high above the village of Govilon.
  8. II Canal Warehouse At Govilon Wharf
    Set back on the north side of the canal between the railway viaduct and Govilon Yard bridge. The principal building at Govilon Wharf, now the British Waterways Board Office.
  9. II Canal Wharf at Boathouse Cottage Photos
    At Llanfoist Wharf which is situated uphill to the south-west of Llanfoist Parish Church. The wharf is on the west side of the canal and Boathouse Cottage is built over the tunnel; the house is reach
  10. II Cartshed and Granary at the Steps
    At the lower end of the farmyard facing the L-shaped range and to the west of the farmhouse.
  11. II Castell Prydydd
    On a steeply sloping site below the lane that climbs from B 4269, over the canal, and up the eastern slope of the Blorenge. The original Castell Prydydd is now set within a converted farmyard and the
  12. II Castle Lower Bridge (Canal Bridge No 94) Photos
    Spanning the canal 0.25km south-east of Bridge No 95; tow-path to the east.
  13. II Castle Upper Bridge (Canal Bridge No 95) Photos
    Carrying the lane on a sharp bend uphill from the B4269 and towards Castell Prydydd and Coed-y-Prior. Tow-path to the east.
  14. II Chapel Cottages No 1
    Situated on the edge of the burial ground to Llanwenarth Baptist Church and immediately north of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. Set back behind low rubble forecourt walls including dividing wall
  15. II Chapel Cottages No 2
    Situated on the edge of the burial ground to Llanwenarth Baptist Church and immediately north of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. Set back behind low rubble forecourt walls including dividing wall
  16. II Chapel Cottages No 3
    Situated on the edge of the burial ground to Llanwenarth Baptist Church and immediately north of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. Set back behind low rubble forecourt walls including dividing wall
  17. II Churchyard Cross at Parish Church of St Faith
    Situated close to the south porch of the church, beside the lime avenue.
  18. II Churchyard Cross to the south of Parish Church of St Peter
    Situated in the churchyard close to the south porch of the church.
  19. II Coach-house and stables to E of South Lodge
    South Lodge is set above the road to the west of Church Lane and the Parish Church of St Faith; the coach-house is below, and immediately to the left of, the house.
  20. II Cwm Celyn Farmhouse
    Situated on the north side of a by-lane reached off the A 4042 and over the canal. The farmhouse is set above and at right angles to the farmyard.
  21. II Cwm Mawr Farmhouse
    Sited high up above the mountain lane to west of Coed-y-Prior and reached from by-roads west off the A 4042. Set into the hillside.
  22. II Derwen Deg
    Set in the slope on the southern side of Govilon, facing a lane off Station Road and sited below the line of the former railway. Set back behind rubble front wall.
  23. II Dry Dock to W of embanked Aqueduct
    Immediately to west of the aqueduct that carries the canal around the steep hillside and over a stream high above the village of Govilon.
  24. II Embanked Aqueduct over Ochram Brook
    Carrying the canal on a hairpin bend over the Ochram Brook on the southern edge of the Community Council area.
  25. II Embanked aqueduct over road to W of Parish Church (including attached flights of steps &road tunnel)
    Uphill and to the west of Govilon Parish Church and carrying the canal over the by-road that climbs the lower slopes of the Blorenge towards Twyn Allws.
  26. II Embanked Aqueduct SW of Govilon ( including Wall & Gate-piers to W )
    Carries the canal around the steep hillside and over the stream down from Cwm Llanwenarth. Immediately south-west of and high above Govilon. To south of aqueduct over road from Govilon to Twyn Allws.
  27. II Embanked Aqueduct to south-east of Canal Bridge No 94
    Situated 0.25km south-east of bridge No 94, midway between Llanfoist and Llanellen. Carries the canal around the hillside and over a stream that comes down from the Blorenge towards the Usk.
  28. II Farmyard Building at the Steps Photos
    Immediately to the west of The Steps, high above the main road and reached from a lane to east.
  29. II Farmyard Building at the Steps
    Immediately to the west of The Steps, high above the main road and reached from a lane to east.
  30. II Flight of steps to E of tunnel under canal Photos
    At Llanfoist Wharf which is situated uphill to the south-west of Llanfoist Parish Church. Also passes under Boathouse Cottage.
  31. II Former Coach-House and Stables at Pentre Court
    Immediately to west of Pentre Court, backing onto the main road.
  32. II Gates and Gate-piers at main entrance to New Cemetery
    At the main drive entrance to the New Cemetery from the narrow lane immediately to south of Usk Bridge.
  33. II Glan nant-y-llan
    Situated in its own grounds to north of the Parish Church.
  34. II Glan Usk Farmhouse
    Reached down a long farm lane and situated high above the River Usk to the south-east of Llanellen village. Set end on to the slope in sub-medieval manner.
  35. II Govilon Boat Club Building at Govilon Wharf Photos
    Between Canal Warehouse at Govilon Wharf and Govilon Yard Bridge. .
  36. II Govilon Bridge (Canal Bridge no 98)
    Carrying the village road over the canal to west of Llanwenarth Baptist Chapel.
  37. II Govilon House
    At the corner of the main road through Govilon and a side lane up to Station Road.
  38. II Govilon Yard Bridge ( Canal Bridge No 97 ) Photos
    Carrying the Blaenavon road over the canal to east of Govilon Wharf; tow-path to the south side.
  39. II* Grove Farm House
    Set in its own grounds S of Llanfoist and reached E off the B 4269.
  40. II Heol Gerrig Bridge ( Canal Bridge no 92 ) Photos
    Spanning the canal uphill from Llanellen village; carrying the hill lane from the north-west side of the village up towards Coed-y-Prior Common and Ffrwd Wood.
  41. II Llanellen Bridge
    Spanning the River Usk on a bend in the main road, to the east of the village; on the Community Council area boundary.
  42. II Llanfoist House (including subdivided parts)
    Now subdivided and reached from separate private drives from north-west and south-east. Faces east.
  43. II Llanfoist House (including subdivided parts)
    Now subdivided and reached from separate private drives from north-west and south-east. Faces east.
  44. II Llanfoist Wharf Boathouse, Beacon Park Boats Photos
    At Llanfoist Wharf which is situated uphill to the south-west of Llanfoist Parish Church. The wharf is on the west side of the canal and the Boathouse is set to the north of the former tramway.
  45. II* Llanwenarth Baptist Church
    Situated near the centre of Govilon in a large burial ground immediately north of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal.
  46. II Llanwenarth Bridge (Canal Bridge No 99)
    To west of Govilon close to the community boundary.
  47. II* Llanwenarth House
    Small country house set in its own grounds to the south of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal and reached by a private drive from the B 4246. On western boundary of the Community Council area.
  48. II Lychgate to New Cemetery
    Pedestrian entrance to east of the main drive entrance; set into the stepped rubble boundary wall along the narrow lane immediately to south of Usk Bridge.
  49. II Memorial to Crawshay Bailey to SW of Parish Church of St Faith
    Situated at the upper, southern, end of the churchyard.
  50. II Morgans Bridge ( Canal Bridge no 90 ) Photos
    Spanning the canal uphill and to south-west of Llanellen village, approximately 0.5km south of bridge No 92.
  51. II New Cemetery Chapel
    Prominently sited at the top of the cemetery which is reached from a narrow lane immediately to south of Usk Bridge.
  52. II Oak Cottage
    To south of Llanellen village beside the main road and on the corner with Oak Lane.
  53. II Ochram Mill
    Reached from the main road by a lane to Ochram Farm; on southern boundary of the Community Council area. Set into the bank.
  54. II Orchard Farmhouse
    To south-east of Llanellen village on the north-east side of the by-road towards Glan Usk and Llanover.
  55. II Parish Church of St Faith
    On the western edge of the village and set in the slope of the circular churchyard with a lime avenue. The churchyard entrance is at the junction of Llanellen Road and the B4246 Merthyr Road.
  56. II Parish Church of St Helen
    Situated uphill from the village in a sloping churchyard with bier house to north-east corner.
  57. II* Parish Church of St Peter
    Situated in the flood plain of the River Usk and reached from the by-road south of the A40. Churchyard retains some good monuments.
  58. II Pentre Court
    Facing the main road at the eastern boundary of the Community Council area.
  59. II Popular Bridge ( Canal Bridge no 87 ) Photos
    Spanning the canal to the west of Ochram Farm and to north-east of a hairpin bend; carries the lane to Cwm Celyn and beyond.
  60. II Quarry Bridge (Canal Bridge no 96) Photos
    Spanning the canal to the east of the Blaenavon road.
  61. II Railway Viaduct over Canal to SE of Govilon Photos
    Spanning the canal at a skewed angle, to south-east of Govilon.
  62. II Richards Farm Bridge ( Canal Bridge no 93 ) Photos
    The bridge spans the canal 0.25km south of bridge No 94 and reached by a lane from B 4269. Tow-path to the east side.
  63. II Signpost at junction of by-roads to east of Twyn Allws
    Situated at the Y-shaped road junction on the eastern edge of the settlement of Twyn Allws and to the east of Pentre Farm. Set into a grassed road-side bank.
  64. II South Lodge
    Above the road and set in its own grounds, immediately to the west of Church Lane and the Parish Church of St Faith.
  65. II Telephone Call-box
    Situated at the end of a lay-by to the north of Coopers Factory at the boundary of the Abergavenny Conservation Area.
  66. II The Old House at Pentre Farm
    Situated approximately 1.5km west of Govilon on the north-east slopes of Gilwern Hill. Reached down short track beside dismantled railway; at right angles to the rear of the later farmhouse.
  67. II The Steps Farmhouse
    Prominently situated on an elevated site above the main road and reached from a lane to the east; farmyard ranges to west.
  68. II Tramroad Bridge
    To south-west of Govilon and the disused railway line. Situated in woodland and spanning the stream that runs down Cwm Llanwenarth.
  69. II Tunnel under Canal Photos
    At Llanfoist Wharf which is situated uphill to the south-west of Llanfoist Parish Church. Also passes under Boathouse Cottage.
  70. II* Usk Bridge (also known as Abergavenny Bridge)
    Spanning the River Usk and the boundary between Abergavenny and Llanfoist Fawr communities.
  71. II Waterloo House
    Reached from Back Lane on the north side of Llanfoist village. Set in the slope with cobbled forecourt.

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