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Listed Buildings in Llanhennock, Monmouthshire

  1. II* Berllan-deg
    About 100m west of the Carleon-Usk road and just south of the branch road to Croesyceiliog.
  2. II Cefn Henllan Farmhouse
    On the highest point of the ridge to the north of Llanhennock village with outstanding panoramic views.
  3. II* Church of St. Andrew
    In the centre of Tredunnock village.
  4. II Church of St. John the Baptist
    In the centre of Llanhennock village on the crown of the ridge.
  5. II Coed-y-fon Farmhouse, including attached Granary and Cartshed
    About 500m west of Tredunock on the south side of the minor road that leads directly towards the Caerleon-Usk road.
  6. II Colomendy Wood including attached Garage and Stabling
    Standing above the Carleon-Usk road facing west and about 500m north-west of Llanhennock.
  7. II Combination Farmbuilding to north of Great House
    Immediately across the yard on the west side of the house.
  8. II Cross in Churchyard of Church of St. Andrew
    Beside the path between the entrance gate and the church.
  9. II Cross in Churchyard of Church of St. John the Baptist
    At the west end of the church betweeen it and the entrance gate.
  10. II Double Limekiln
    On the roadside of the minor road which follows the course of the river Usk from Tredunnock to Llanhennock.
  11. II Dovecote to east of Cefn Henllan Farmhouse
    Across the courtyard to the east of the house.
  12. II Entrance Gate and Fence to the Churchyard of the Church of St. Andrew
    In the centre of Tredunnock village at the entrance to the Churchyard.
  13. II Garden walls, steps and terracing at Glen Usk
    To east and south of the house.
  14. II Garn Fawr (or Upper Garn)
    On the west side of the minor road which follows the course of the river Usk from Tredunnock to Llanhennock and set above it on a north-east facing hillside.
  15. II Gate piers to road, NE of Glen Usk
    At the end of the short drive leading down to the house.
  16. II* Glen Usk
    On the west bank of the River Usk, picturesquely sited in a natural amphitheatre within the steep, wooded valley side, about 1km east of Llanhennock.
  17. II Great House
    On the west side of the minor road which follows the course of the river Usk from Tredunnock to Llanhennock and set above it on a east facing hillside.
  18. II Little Creiggydd
    In the north-west corner of the community near the village of Llanddewi-fach in Llangibby Community.
  19. II Llansor Fawr (Great Llansor)
    Standing above the Carleon-Usk road facing west and about 500m west of Llanhennock.
  20. II Llansor Mill Cottage
    About 150m south of the branch road to Croesyceiliog from Llanhennock picturesquely sited on a north facing hillside.
  21. II Monument to Eleanor Isabella Franklin at east end of Church of St. Andrew
    In a group of Victorian monuments at the east end of the church.
  22. II* New Bridge
    Crossing the River Usk east of Tredunnock village and joining the Communities of Llanhennock and Llantrisant.
  23. II Oaklands
    On the east side of the road rising up to Llanhennock village from Carleon and about 500m south of the Church of St. John the Baptist.
  24. II Pergola surrounding tennis court at Glen Usk
    To the south-east of the house, below the formal gardens.
  25. II Stable Court at Glen Usk, including fountain to south-west
    To the north-east of the house.
  26. II Telephone Call-box on east side of road close to Old Mackworth Arms
    At north end of the forecourt to Old Mackworth Arms leading to the Churchyard of the Church of St. John the Baptist.
  27. II Telephone Call-box set into retaining wall of car park at Newbridge Inn
    On west side of minor road where it curves down towards the New Bridge over the River Usk.
  28. II Temple at Glen Usk
    Immediately to the west of the house, across a small courtyard.
  29. II Ton Farmhouse
    In the centre of Tredunnock village about 100m west of the Church of St. Andrew.
  30. II War Memorial Lychgate at Church of St. Andrew
    In the centre of Tredunnock village at the entrance to the path into the church from the village street.

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