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Listed Buildings in Llangattock, Powys

  1. II* 'Peach House' at Plas Llangattwg including attached former boiler-house
    Located in the kitchen gardens at Plas Llangattwg. The W end of the structure forms part of a long masonry wall which divides the formal gardens from the kitchen gardens.
  2. II* Bank of Limekilns
    Located immediately N of Upper Yard Bridge (Canal Bridge No 115), on the W side of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal.
  3. II Bank-Barn at Tan-y-lan
    Located 1.1km along a narrow lane running uphill from the Usk valley and the B4558 Llangattock to Llangynidr road. W of and parallel to Tan-y-lan farmhouse. The barn is orientated N-S against the co
  4. II Barn and attached ranges at Pen-Cilau
    Located off the N side of the road which leads from Llangattock to Beaufort. Built into the bank of the steep slope which descends to the Cwm Onnau with the downhill end facing N. The barn faces in
  5. II Barn at Hendreforwydd
    Located at the end of a track 0.5km long, which leads SW from the B4558 Llangattock to Llangynidr road. The barn is set into a steep slope with the cowhouse and stable to E and farmhouse to NW.
  6. II Barn at Plas Llangattwg including pigsties
    Situated at the SW end of the grounds of Plas Llangatwg, and lining the street within Llangattock village.
  7. II Barn immediately to N of Pen-y-Bryn farmhouse
    Located 300m off a narrow lane which rises as it leads southwards from the Usk valley and B4558 road. The barn forms the NE corner of the farmyard, to the N of the house.
  8. II Baylis Bridge (Canal Bridge No 120)
    The bridge carries a track over the canal linking fields on the Glanusk Estate. It is 0.25km E of Llwyncelyn Bridge (Canal Bridge No 121).
  9. II Beech View
    Located on the SW side of the main street in Llangattock, almost opposite Plas Llangattwg Barn and 0.3 km from the church.
  10. II Bethesda Chapel
    Located in a prominent position in the fork of two roads, between the centre of Llangattock village and the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal.
  11. II Canal House
    Located N of Upper Yard Bridge (Canal Bridge No 115) and the Brecknock Boat Company’s limekilns, on the W side of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, near Llangattock Wharf. The front faces E.
  12. II Cart Shed
    Located in a group to the N of Home Farm at Glanusk Park. The cart shed occupies the E side of the yard, while the saw mills are on the S side, and the workshops and offices on the N side.
  13. II* Church of St Cattwg
    Located at the N end of the village, 0.6km from Crickhowell Bridge. In an oval churchyard with a lych gate to the SW.
  14. II Churchyard Cross Base at Church of St Cattwg
    Located in the graveyard of St. Cattwg’s Church, alongside the path which runs along the S side of the church and just SW of the priest’s door.
  15. II Cow-house and stable at Hendreforwydd
    Located at the end of a track 0.5km long, which leads SW from the B4558 Llangattock to Llangynidr road. The building is orientated S to N, while the ground slopes down sharply to the N. There is a ba
  16. I Crickhowell Bridge (partly in Crickhowell community)
    Located between Crickhowell and Llangattock communities 0.4km NE of the Church of St. Cattwg. The bridge crosses the River Usk, and extends southwards, with its southernmost arch spanning the Nant O
  17. II* Cwrt Llangattock
    Situated on the NW edge of Llangattock village, 0.15km from the church, and on the W side of the lane leading to Dardy.
  18. II Dark Bridge (Canal Bridge No 109)
    Situated 0.45km E of Pen-pedair-heol Bridge (Canal Bridge No 110), this bridge links areas of woodland and carries a path.
  19. II Dyfnant Bridge (Canal Bridge No 125)
    Located on the W edge of the community, the bridge carries a tarmaced driveway over the canal from the B4558 road to Dyfnant stables in Llangynidr community.
  20. II Folly Bridge (Canal Bridge No 119)
    The bridge carries a trackway and footpath NW from the hamlet of Dardy into woodland owned by the Glanusk Estate.
  21. II Former Saw Mills
    Located in a group to the N of Home Farm at Glanusk Park. The saw mills form the S side of a yard, the N side being occupied by workshops and offices and the E side by a cart shed.
  22. II Frame Yard
    Situated in Glanusk Park, immediately E of the Kitchen Garden and W of the formal pleasure garden.
  23. II Fro
    Located off the N side of the B4558 Llangattock to Llangynidr road where it curves round sharply to the S to cross the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. The house is set down from the road, and the gro
  24. II Fro Bridge (Canal Bridge No 122)
    Located immediately E of an estate cottage called Fro, the bridge carries the B4558 road over the canal. To the W the road runs along the S bank of the canal, and to the E, along the N side
  25. II Garden Boundary Wall including gated entrance
    Situated in the centre of Glanusk Park. The gardens are located N of the site of the former house, just to the NE of the stable court, and slope down towards the River Usk.
  26. II Garden Terrace Wall to N of the site of the house
    The gardens are located N of the site of Glanusk House and slope down sharply towards the River Usk. The terrace is formed by a walled revetment and includes the site of the former house; adjoins the
  27. II Gates and gate-piers at main entrance to Plas Llangattwg
    The gates are located at the main entrance to Plas Llangattwg. The entrance is on the W side of the road which leads into the village.
  28. II Glanonney
    Located on the NW side of Hillside Road, just SW of the centre of the village. The house is fronted by a circular driveway, and the Nant Onnau runs immediately to the rear of the property.
  29. II Hay Barn to W side of farmyard
    Located in the farmyard to the rear (N) of the Home Farm at Glanusk Park. This barn forms part of the W side of the farmyard.
  30. II Hendreforwydd
    Located at the end of a track 0.5km long, which leads SW from the B4558 and the Usk valley. The farmhouse is orientated S to N, while the ground slopes down sharply to the N. Two ranges of agricultur
  31. II Home Farm
    Located on the N side of the B4558 Llangattock to Llangynidr road, 250m W of West Lodge. An entrance next to the farm leads to the estate farm buildings.
  32. II Horse Shoe Inn
    Located on the NE side of the main street in Llangattock village, opposite the turning to Park Drive.
  33. II Ice House at Llan Wysg
    Situated in the garden at Llan Wysg, to the NE of the house, where the ground slopes down towards the River Usk.
  34. II Limekiln
    Located between Lower and Upper Yard Bridges (Canal Bridges Nos 114 and 115) on the W side of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal; to S of the large bank of limekilns at Llangattock Wharf.
  35. II* Llan Wysg
    Situated to the NW of Dardy hamlet, on the N side of the B4558 road, where the ground slopes down to the River Usk. The house is approached by a driveway from the SE.
  36. II Llan Wysg Cottage
    Located at the N end of Dardy, a C19 settlement, to the N of Llangattock village.
  37. II Llangattock Park House
    Set within Llangattock Park which is situated on the SE side of the village. The house is towards the S end of the park. A nursing home adjoins to the SW, partly occupying former outbuildings.
  38. II Llwmus Bridge (Canal Bridge No 113)
    The bridge links Llangattock Park with the fields beyond. Located 0.3km SW of Park Farm.
  39. II Llwyncelyn Bridge (Canal Bridge No 121)
    The bridge carries a minor road S from the B4558 over the canal. The road junction is opposite West Lodge in Glanusk Park.
  40. II Lower Yard Bridge (Canal Bridge No 114)
    The bridge carries a lane which runs SW from Llangattock village towards the Llangattock quarries. It is 0.8km from the Church. Llangattock Wharf is located between bridges Nos 114 and 115.
  41. II Old Six Bells
    Located in the centre of Llangattock village, 80m S of the Church, on the road which leads out to Ffawyddog.
  42. II Park Bridge (Canal Bridge No 112)
    The bridge carries a footpath over the canal and links Llangattock Park with fields beyond. Located 0.3km SE of Park Farm.
  43. II Pen-Cilau
    Located off the N side of the road which leads from Llangattock to Beaufort, and on a steep slope which descends to the Cwm Onnau; platform site. The front faces into a courtyard with a large barn an
  44. II Pen-pedair-heol Bridge (Canal Bridge No 110)
    The bridge carries a lane which runs S from the B4558 towards the Mynydd Llangattock. It is 100m NW of Pen-Pedair-Heol Farm.
  45. II Pen-Rhiw
    Approximately 2.4km SW of Llangattock church. Located off the S side of the road which leads from Llangattock to Beaufort. Built on a slope which rises to the Mynydd Llangattock.
  46. II Pen-y-Bryn
    300m N of a narrow lane which rises from the Usk valley and the B4558. Stone walls bound the gardens. In the yard is a stone mounting block. To the N of the house is the threshing barn, to the W of
  47. II Pen-y-bryn Bridge (Canal Bridge No 123)
    Located 0.35km W of an estate cottage called Fro, the bridge carries a track over the canal from the B4558 road to fields on the Glanusk Estate.
  48. II Pen-y-Pentre (aka The Old Factory House)
    Located in a prominent position in Llangattock village, at the fork of 2 roads and opposite and to the N of Bethesda Chapel. The Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal is a short distance to the SW.
  49. II* Plas Llangattwg
    Located at the N end of the village, 0.15km from the church. The house is situated within oval-shaped gardens, the road curving round them to the SE. Ornate cast iron gates on the roadside lead to a
  50. II Pont Llangattock (Canal Bridge No 116) aka Ffawyddog Bridge
    The bridge carries a lane over the canal which runs W from Llangattock village towards Ffawyddog. It is 0.4km from the Church.
  51. II South Lodge
    Located on the N side of the driveway which forms the S entrance to Glanusk Park. Just off the B4558 Llangattock to Llangynidr road. The ground falls away steeply to the N. The house is surrounded
  52. II Spiteful Inn Bridge (Canal Bridge No 124)
    Located 0.5km from the W edge of the community, the bridge carries a track over the canal from the B4558 road to fields on the Glanusk Estate.
  53. II Springfield Cottage
    Located at the SE end of Dardy, a C19 settlement to the N of Llangattock village.
  54. II Stop Lock, Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal
    The stop lock is between Dark Bridge and Pen-pedair-heol Bridge (Canal Bridges Nos 109 and 110), 0.15km NE of Pen-Pedair-Heol Farm.
  55. II Tan-y-lan
    Located 1.1km along a narrow lane and then a track, which rises southwards from the Usk valley and the B4558 road. The house is sited end onto the slope.
  56. II* The Stable Court
    Located in the centre of Glanusk Park, to the SW of the site of the former house, and NE of the Home Farm.
  57. II The Stables Hotel (formerly known as Neuadd, then the Mountain Hotel)
    Located off the S side of the road from Llangattock to Beaufort, on the hillside to the SW of the village.
  58. II Threshing Barn with adjoining Hay Barn and Byre
    Located in a farmyard to the rear of the Home Farm at Glanusk Park. This range of barns forms the E side of the farmyard.
  59. II Tir Philip Farmhouse including attached barn
    Located in the hamlet of Darren, 0.33km down a track which runs E off a lane which links Llangattock and Pant-y-Rhiw.
  60. II* Tower Lodge and Glanusk Bridge (partly in Llanfihangel Cwmdu with Bwlch and Cathedine community)
    The lodge and bridge are located towards the N side of Glanusk Park. The bridge crosses the River Usk with the lodge at its S end.
  61. II Towerwood Kennels
    Situated in Glanusk Park, in front of a masonry wall bounding Tower Wood, which follows the S bank of the River Usk. 0.22km from Tower Lodge. There are said to be animal graves on the E side of the
  62. II Upper Yard Bridge (Canal Bridge No 115)
    The bridge carries a lane which runs WSW from Llangattock village towards Beaufort. It is 0.75km from the Church. Llangattock Wharf is located between bridges Nos 114 and 115.
  63. II Village Farm
    Located in Llangattock village, immediately S of the Church. Bounded by a stone wall to the front with cast iron gate.
  64. II Walled Kitchen Garden
    Situated in Glanusk Park, 0.15km NW of the Stable Court and W of the formal garden and frame yard.
  65. II Weigh Bridge House including weigh bridge
    Situated in Glanusk Park, just inside the gateway off the B4558 opposite the Home Farm. (In front is the cast iron weigh bridge, set in flagstones, bearing the inscription: H. Pooley & son / Liverpoo
  66. II West Lodge
    On the N side of the B4558 Llangattock to Llangynidr road, 250m E of the Home Farm. A stone wall fronts the house with timber planked gate leading to front entrance. This entrance to the park is aba
  67. II Workshops and Office
    Located in a group to the N of Home Farm at Glanusk Park. This range forms the N side of a yard, the S side being occupied by saw mills and the E side by a cart shed.

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