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Listed Buildings in Llangunllo, Powys

  1. II Barn to SW of The Great House
    Lies parallel to the house and forms outer side of the farmyard.
  2. II Bleddfa Old Rectory
    On SW side of lane, about 50 metres NE of church of St Mary Magdalene
  3. II Church of St. Cynllo
    Elevated position in centre of Llangunllo village.
  4. I Church of St. Mary Magdalene
    Central position in small hamlet of Bleddfa. Nearly circular churchyard set back from triangular green on north side of A488. Ancient site, traditionally founded by the Irish saint Brendan in C6.
  5. II Farm Range to south of The Great House
    Adjoins barn range and forms SE side of farmyard. Probably C18, two storey combined cowhouse and stables. Stone end walls and base walls, weatherboarded loft, iron roof. Boarded doors, timber windo
  6. II House adjoing Post Office
    Situated in centre of Llangunllo village fronting the through road.
  7. II L-Plan range of outbuildings at Dolassey Farm
    Situated to the west of Dolassey Farmhouse towards the head of a small valley, 1 km NW of Bleddfa.
  8. II Middle Storling
    Lies along the northern slopes of Storling Bank, approximately 1 km SE of Bleddfa village. Reached off A488.
  9. I Monaughty House
    Situated to W of the junction of A488 and B4356.
  10. II Mount Pleasant
    Elevated position above north side of A488 1.5 km west of Bleddfa village.
  11. II Outbuildings adjoining Post Office
    Situated in centre of Llangunllo village fronting the through road.
  12. II Pen-y-Clawdd
    Isolated position on slopes of Pen-y-Clawdd Hill, approximately 2.5km SW of Llangunllo village. Approached via long track from B4356.
  13. II Surveying Tower in Forest near Fishpools
    In forest to S of forest car park which is about 500m W of Fishpools.
  14. II Telephone Call-box by roadside, uphill from Monaughty House
    On grassy verge of main road close to lay-by to north of Monaughty House.
  15. II Telephone Call-box in Llangunllo Village
    Prominent location in centre of village adjacent to War Memorial.
  16. II The Great House
    Located on the south eastern edge of Llangunllo village. Prominent main elevation set back with gardens fronting the through road.
  17. II The Post Office
    Located on a prominent corner site in Llangunllo village centre with long front to the through road.
  18. II Treburvaugh
    Hillside position, 3 km SE of Llangunllo village and 1.5 km north of Monaughty; approached via lane leading N from the A488 Knighton road.
  19. II Weston Farmhouse, including outbuildings (formerly known as Lower Weston)
    Attractive setting on lower slopes of upper Lugg Valley, approached via lane from south side of B4356.

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