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Listed Buildings in Llangattock-Vibon-Avel, Monmouthshire

  1. II Barn and attached cattle shed to SE of Red House Farmhouse
    Immediately SE of Red House Farmhouse, which is in an isolated position off a small lane connecting Onen to Newcastle.
  2. II Barn at Church Farm
    Church Farm is immediately NE of the Church of Saint Maughan, and the barn forms the NW boundary of the yard.
  3. II Barn to S of Pen-y-fedw Farmhouse
    Standing approx. 20m S of Pen-y-fedw Farmhouse, at the end of a track in an isolated and deeply rural situation overlooking Llymon Brook.
  4. II Blackbrook House
    Standing in its own grounds in a commandingly elevated position on a SE spur of high ground W of the Black Brook, with views down the Monnow Valley towards Skenfrith
  5. II Box Bush Lodge at entrance to The Hendre
    Set in its own garden on the W side of present the main entrance drive to The Hendre.
  6. II Bryn Heulwen and Monmouth Montessori School
    Standing on its own in a rectangular plot on the SW side of the lane between Llangattock-Vibon-Avel and Newcastle, approximately 250m NNE of the Church of St Cadoc.
  7. I Church of St Bridget
    Very attractively situated towards the N end of the village and approximately 100m NW of Skenfrith Castle, with which it forms part of a very fine group.
  8. II* Church of St Cadoc Photos
    Approximately 1km N of The Hendre; and, apart from the close proximity of Llangattock Manor and Llangattock Farm, in an isolated position approximately 300m west of the lane between Hendre and Newcast
  9. II Church of St Cenhedlon (aka Rockfield Church)
    Near the centre of Rockfield village, in a wooded hollow where the road skirts the edge of a westward meander of the River Monnow.
  10. II* Church of St Maughan
    Delightfully situated in rolling farmland approximately 7km NW of Monmouth, in an almost isolated position down a narrow lane off the NE side of the B4347.
  11. II Croesvaen
    On the north side of the road, set back in its own garden approximately 80m E of the present main entrance to The Hendre.
  12. II Cross Ash Farmhouse
    Standing at the junction of the B4521 with a lane leading to Wayne Green, approximately 250m S of Cross Ash Post Office.
  13. II Fairoaks
    Set back behind front garden approximately 0.5km east of The Hendre.
  14. II Farmhouse at Church Farm
    The farm is immediately NE of the church of St Maughan.
  15. II* Farmstead complex to NW of The Grange Farmhouse including walled poultry enclosure to NE
    On the W side of the farmhouse, approximately 800m SE of Newcastle, off the NE side of a lane which coverges on the B4347 there.
  16. II Former cider-mill to S of Steps Farmhouse
    On the bank above the road immediately the E side of the entrance to Steps Farm, approximately 0.8km W of the centre of Rockfield village.
  17. II Former coach-house and screen wall to W of Graig House
    The screen wall is attached to the W gable of Graig House (q.v.) and runs approx. 60m WSW, where it is attached to the E side of the former coach-house.
  18. II Former garage/workshop block to N of the main house at The Hendre
    About 10m NE of the stable court of The Hendre, which stands in its own grounds 5km west of Monmouth.
  19. II Garden pavilion, raised terrace and screen wall to former rose garden to E&S of The Hendre
    Approximately 30m E of the house, overlooking the valley of a small brook.
  20. II Garden pond with fountain in former rose garden at The Hendre
    About 30m S of the house, overlooking the valley of a small brook.
  21. II Garden View
    Situated on a wooded bank approximately 180m NE of The Hendre.
  22. II Gateway next to Monmouth Lodge
    At the entrance to the drive to Rockfield House, approximately 200m SE of the centre of Rockfield village.
  23. II Graig House (aka Great Graig) including terrace to S and E
    Standing in its own grounds on the E. side of a lane approx. half a kilometre north of Cross Ash Post Office.
  24. II* Hilston House (aka Gwent Outdoor Centre)
    Approximately 2km SW of Skenfrith village, standing in its own parkland on the SE side of the B4347.
  25. II Horse trough with flanking walls opposite N drive to The Hendre
    Set back slightly from the roadside opposite the main entrance to The Hendre.
  26. II Lade Farm barn, approximately 50m SW of house
    Approximately 1.8km WSW of Skenfrith village, in an isolated position at the end of a long track running off the N side of the B4347.
  27. II Lade Farmhouse
    Approximately 1.8km WSW of Skenfrith village, in an isolated position at the end of a long track running off the N side of the B4347.
  28. II Lantellen Farmhouse
    Approximately 1.4km ENE of Cross Ash post office, in an isolated position at the end of a lane off the N side of the B4521
  29. II Llangattock Manor with its associated garden terrace
    Approximately 1km N of The Hendre, and close to the church of St Cadoc, on a slope overlooking rolling countryside to the W, from which it is a conspicuous feature in the landscape.
  30. II Llanvolda Farmhouse
    Approximately 300m N of Hendre crossroads, off the W side of a lane running between Hendre and Llangattock-Vibon-Avel; attractively sited on a slope with woodland to the S and W.
  31. II Mill House
    On the W side of the junction of the road with the SE end of the village street, facing the plot occupied by Skenfrith Mill.
  32. II Model Cottage
    Set in its own garden on the N side of the road, opposite North Lodge and approximately 500m E of Hendre cross roads.
  33. II Monmouth Lodge
    Built in the acute angle formed by the junction of the drive with the B4233, approximately 200m SE of the centre of Rockfield village.
  34. II Monnow Villa
    Situated in the centre of Skenfrith village, facing the N side of the churchyard.
  35. II Nant Farmhouse, with attached former cider mill
    Approximately 1km W of Newcastle, on the N side of a lane running to Llanfaenor. Sited beside a tributary of Crofft hir Brook.
  36. II Nant-yr-yrch Farmhouse
    Approximately 2km NE of Cross Ash Post Office, embowered in a hollow where the Black Brook crosses a lane which links the B4521 with the B4347
  37. II Newcastle Farmhouse
    Built immediately E of Newcastle motte-and-bailey, and set back from the road on the S side of the junction of 4 lanes.
  38. II North Lodge
    Built in the acute angle formed by the junction of the NE drive to The Hendre with the B4233.
  39. II North Lodge to Hilston House, with attached gate piers and gates
    On S side of road, at entrance to drive, approximately 220m N of the house known as Hilston Park.
  40. II* Norton Court
    On the N side of the junction of two lanes to the N of Norton Brook, approximately 1.2km W of Skenfrith village.
  41. II Nos.1-4 (consec) Cottage Homes
    Set back in their own gardens on the SW side of the road, in a detached position approximately 150m S of Rockfield Lodge.
  42. II Oak House East and West
    Set back slightly from the road approximately 150m west of the crossroads at The Hendre, forming a conspicuous feature.
  43. II Old Vicarage, with attached outbuildings at W end
    Situated approximately 100m NW of the Church of St Bridget, on the N side of the lane running westwards out of Skenfrith village.
  44. II Ornamental bridge in the grounds of The Hendre
    Approximately 60m E of The Hendre
  45. II Pen-y-cwm
    Approximately 700m E of the main entrance to The Hendre.
  46. II Pen-y-fedw Farmhouse
    Approximately 1.2km W of The Hendre croosroads, at the end of a track in an isolated and deeply rural situation overlooking Llymon Brook.
  47. II* Pentwyn
    To W of B 4347, about 100 metres NW of Rockfield Church.
  48. II Pool Farmhouse with attached agricultural building
    Approximately 300m N of Newcastle, on the N side of a lane leading from the B4347 to Llanfaenor.
  49. II Post Office and Forge Cottage
    Set back in generous front gardens on the N side of the road, approximately 100m E of Hendre crossroads.
  50. II Red House Farmhouse
    In an isolated position off a small lane connecting Onen to Newcastle.
  51. II Rockfield Park
    Standing in its own grounds on an elevated site SE of a long bend in the River Monnow, and approached by a drive running approximately 800m NE from Rockfield Bridge.
  52. II Rockfield School
    At north end of village; at right angles to the road with playground to front.
  53. II Sarn
    On the W side of the road in the centre of Skenfrith village, facing Skenfrith Castle approximately 50m to the SE.
  54. II Skenfrith Bridge
    Crossing the River Monnow approximately 100m E of Skenfrith Castle.
  55. II* Skenfrith Castle Photos
    Situated at the SE corner of Skenfrith village, in the valley of the River Monnow, close to the W bank of the river and approximately 100m NW of Skenfrith Bridge.
  56. II Skenfrith Mill Photos
    Sited close to the SE corner of Skenfrith Castle, on the SW side of a leet which passes beside the E wall of the castle.
  57. II Stable to E of Red House Farmhouse
    Approximately 15m E of Red House Farmhouse, which is in an isolated position off a small lane connecting Onen to Newcastle.
  58. II Steps Farmhouse (aka Steppes Farm)
    Set back above the N side of the road, approximately 0.8km W of the centre of Rockfield village.
  59. II Stone Wellhouse opposite New Inn Farm
    Approximately 1km NW of Cross Ash post office, on the N side of a lane leading to Grosmont.
  60. II Sunnyside
    Prominently sited above the road at corner with a lane running NW; faces SW towards Hendre Home Farm. Approximately 0.5km W of main drive to
  61. II* Swiss Cottage
    Reached from B4233 at the S end of Rockfield; approximately 0.5km along the tree-lined former drive to the Hendre. Secluded setting beside brook.
  62. II Telephone Call-box
    Set into grass verge close to road junction into village; open fields to rear.
  63. II The Grange Farmhouse
    Close to its own extensive range of farm buildings, approximately 800m SE of Newcastle, off the NE side of a lane which coverges on the B4347 there.
  64. II The Hall (former Village Hall)
    At the NW corner of crossroads in Hendre village.
  65. II* The Hendre
    An extensive country-house in its own grounds to the south of B4233, 5km west of Monmouth.
  66. II The Old Shop
    In the centre of Skenfrith village, approximately 50m SE of the Church of St Bridget, with Skenfrith Castle to the front and the church to the rear.
  67. II Travellers' Seat
    On the inner (NE) side of a bend in a minor road approximately 1km WNW of Newcastle.
  68. II* Trivor Farmhouse (aka Tre-Ivor)
    In an isolated position on a spur of high ground above the confluence of two brooks on the W side of the Monnow valley, approximately 700m NNE of St Maughan's church.
  69. II War Memorial to S of Skenfrith Castle
    Mounted on the roadside approximately halfway between the S end of the village street and Skenfrith Bridge.
  70. II Well-house on E side of lane, opposite village hall
    Behind the hedge on the E side of a lane running N from Cross Ash Post Office and approximately 130m N of it, opposite the village hall.
  71. II Well-house to N of Graig House
    Situated on the north side of the lane passing the rear of Graig House, and approximately opposite that house.

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