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Listed Buildings in Llangedwyn, Powys

  1. II Bridge over Cynllaith at Pen-y-bont (Partly in the Civil Parish of Llanyblodwell, England)
    Carrying the B4396 over the Cynllaith 300 m east of Pen-y-bont Inn.
  2. II Brynffynnon
    Beside a minor road 2½ km NNW of Llangedwyn Hall.
  3. II Church of St Cedwyn
    On S side of B 4396, in large churchyard (extended 1870), opposite the entrance to Llangedwyn Hall. Stone churchyard wall with iron gates.
  4. II Cowhouse Range at Sycharth
    At roadside adjacent to Sycharth.
  5. II Fila Rhosyn
    At east side of road midway between Golfa and Green Inn.
  6. II Gatepiers and Gates at Llangedwyn Hall
    At entrance to Llangedwyn Hall from the B4396, opposite St Cedwyn's Church.
  7. II Glantanat Isaf
    About 100 m south of the River Tanat; reached by a lane to the south of the B4396 3½ km west of Llangedwyn Hall.
  8. II Glantanat Uchaf
    About 100 m south of the River Tanat and to east of the B4580. Walled enclosure facing farmyard at north side.
  9. II Golfa Isaf
    At the east side of the road from Green Inn to Llansilin, opposite Golfa Farm.
  10. II* Henblas
    Just south of the River Tanat, about 1½ km west of Pont Llangedwyn.
  11. II Hendre
    Reached by an unclassified lane to the SE of Llangedwyn Home Farm.
  12. II Llangedwyn Hall
    Reached by a formal drive at the north side of the B4396, opposite St Cedwyn's Church.
  13. II Lofted Outbuilding at Llangedwyn Hall
    To east side of private road, to north-west of Llangedwyn Hall.
  14. II Lofted Shed Range at Llangedwyn Hall
    At west side of private road, to north-west of Llangedwyn Hall.
  15. II Milestone at Abercynllaith
    At north side of the B4396 about 400 m west of the entrance to Abercynllaith Farm.
  16. II Milestone at Coed-y-wern-ddu
    To west side of a minor road from Llangedwyn ½ km north-east of Bwlchyddar.
  17. II Milestone near Green Inn
    At west side of minor road, about 50 m west of the public house.
  18. II Milestone opposite Llangedwyn School
    At north side of B4396 50 m east of the school, facing the turning to Llangedwyn Bridge.
  19. II North Stables Range with Cottages at Llangedwyn Hall
    At west side of private road to north-west of Llangedwyn Hall.
  20. II Octagonal Stallion Stable near Llangedwyn Hall
    In fields 250m east of Llangedwyn Hall, about 75 m north of the B4396.
  21. II Outbuildings north of Green Inn
    To north-east of the Green Inn, including range against road and detached part to north east.
  22. II* Plas-uchaf
    In private grounds to the north of the B4396 about 1 km west of Llangedwyn Hall.
  23. II Pont Llanerch Emrys (Partly in the Community of Llansantffraid)
    Carrying a minor road from the B4396 to Llanerchemrys.
  24. II Pont Llangedwyn
    Carrying an unclassified road across the River Tanat ½ km south-west of Llangedwyn Hall.
  25. II Rear Building at Green Inn
    Immediately to the rear (north) of Green Inn.
  26. II Rose Cottage
    At east side of road midway between Golfa and Green Inn.
  27. II Shed, Bullhouse and Pigsties at Sycharth
    At west side of minor road, opposite Sycharth.
  28. II Stable Block at Llangedwyn Hall
    Detached to west of Llangedwyn Hall.
  29. II Sycharth
    Beside minor road from Nantgoch to Pont Sycharth, 700 m south of Sycharth Motte.
  30. II The Green Inn
    At the start of the unclassified road to Oswestry branching north from the B4396 1 km east of Llangedwyn Hall. The house faces south to a green area now largely used at its carpark.
  31. II Walls to Formal Gardens of Llangedwyn Hall
    At front and to east of Llangedwyn Hall.
  32. II Williams-Wynn Monument in St Cedwyn's Churchyard
    To south east of the church, close to the east boundary of the churchyard.

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