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Listed Buildings in Llanigon, Powys

  1. II Agricultural Range to rear of Maes-y-garn Farmhouse
    To rear (east) of Maes-y-garn Farmhouse.
  2. II Baptist Chapel (formerly listed as a non-conformist chapel at capel-y-ffin) Photos
    The Chapel stands in its own small grounds behind the Church of St Mary.
  3. II Barn at Cwmcoynant
    The barn stands opposite Cwmcoynant Farmhouse on the west.
  4. II Barn at Llangwathan
    Situated opposite and below Llangwathan Farmhouse.
  5. II Barn at Llwynmaddy
    Prominently sited immediately opposite the farmhouse closing the farmyard.
  6. II Barn at Lower Maestorglwydd
    The barn stands within the group of farm buildings; if forms an L-shape with the listed cowshed and has a later single-storey stone shed against its N end.
  7. II Barn at Pen-y-Lan
    The barn stands below the farmhouse and is one of several traditional buildings accompanying this listed house.
  8. II Bridge Over Digedi Brook
    The bridge crosses the Digedi Brook where the lane enters Llanigon village from NW.
  9. II Cowshed at Lower Maestorglwydd
    The cowshed stands detached from the house and at one end of it.
  10. II Cwmcoynant Farmhouse
    The farmhouse is situated at the end of a private track on the N edge of the Black Mountains.
  11. II Detached Kitchen at Cilonw Farm
    The building is situated in the farmyard at right-angles to the house and set back from the lane.
  12. II Farm Building to W of New Forest Farmhouse
    Closing the farmyard to west of the farmhouse and at right angles to the Cusop to Craswall lane by-road.
  13. II Granary and Stable at Ty Mawr
    Immediately to the north of Ty Mawr farmhouse which is situated to east of and below Llanigon Church.
  14. II Lime Kiln
    The former lime kiln stands close to the national boundary adjacent to the road on the outside of a bend.
  15. II* Llangwathan Farmhouse
    The house is situated off a narrow lane leading south from Cusop, over the Dulas Brook on a private track.
  16. II Llwynbarried Farmhouse
    The house stands adjacent to modern farm buildings in open countryside 900 metres SW of Ffordd-las road junction.
  17. II Llwynfilly
    The former farmhouse stands in open countryside to SW of Llanigon, at the end of a narrow track leading to the house and farm buildings.
  18. II Llwynllwyd Barn
  19. II Llwynmaddy Farmhouse
    Situated to the south of Llanigon, the house stands opposite a small group of traditional stone farm buildings, set back from the lane and sideways onto it.
  20. II Lower Maestorglwydd
  21. II Lower Sheephouse
    Stands to N of Llanigon and to N of B4350 down a private drive.
  22. II Lower Wenallt
    The house is situated below the Wenallt, on steeply rising ground, behind its own farm buildings.
  23. II Lychgate at South Side of Churchyard of St Eigon's Church
    Stands in the SW corner of St Eigon's churchyard.
  24. II Maes-Coch
    The house stands down a short private track, on west side of Hay Bluff, 4 km due south of Hay on Wye.
  25. II Maes-y-garn Farmhouse
    The farmhouse overlooks a lane leading E from Fordd-las, 1300 metres SSW of Llanigon Church, and backs onto its own farm buildings.
  26. II* Middle Maestorglwydd Barn Photos
    The barn stands adjacent and at an angle to the lane, some 250 metres NNE of Middle Maestorglwydd.
  27. II* Middle Maestorglwydd House
    The house stands set back from the lane and at an angle to it, roughly opposite traditional farm buildings and attached to another.
  28. II New Forest Farm
    The house faces onto a lane from Cusop to Craswall, in an elevated position facing N.
  29. II Parish Church of St Eigon Photos
    Situated on rising ground in an elevated position overlooking Llanigon.
  30. II Pen-y-Lan Farmhouse
    The house stands among its own farm buildings 1700 metres SE of Llanigon.
  31. II Penygenhill
    The house stands in open countryside WSW of Llanigon.
  32. II* Penyrwrlodd Farmhouse
    The house stands adjacent to a lane, 600 metres ESE of Llanigon Church.
  33. II Plas Celyn
    Plas Celyn is situated in a farmyard 800 metres S of Llanigon.
  34. II Sheephouse
    Stands to N of Llanigon and to N of B4350.
  35. II St. Mary's Church Photos
    This chapel-of-ease to Llanigon Church stands in a small churchyard adjacent to the lane, accompanied by a number of ancient yew-trees.
  36. II Stables at Penyrwrlodd
    The stable-range is situated opposite the house across the lane. It is attached to another farm building.
  37. II Telephone Call-box Photos
    At the western side of the lane through the Vale of Ewyas, opposite St Mary's Church; raised above road on a grass verge.
  38. II The Monastery
    The Monastery stands on a hillside to the west of the church at Capel-y-ffin.
  39. II The Monastery Church, Capel-y-Ffin
  40. II The Old House
    The house stands in open countryside SE of Llanigon, set back from the track.
  41. II The Old Post Office
    The Old Post Office stands in the middle of Llanigon village 25 metres W of the church on a rising site and end-on to the lane, so that both its front and rear elevations are clearly visible.
  42. II* Ty Mawr
    Stands in a low spot 100 yards E of Llanigon Church, with farmyard and ranges to N.
  43. II Ty-Shores
    The house stands down an unmade-up track and across a brook SE of Capel-y-ffin, at the boundary of Llanigon Community area.
  44. II* Tynllyne Farmhouse
    The house is situated next to its own farm buildings in an elevated position 1750 metres WSW of Llanigon Church.
  45. II Upper Danyforest
    The farmhouse is situated on rising land south of Cusop, on the south side of a partly metalled track.
  46. II Upper Maestorglwydd Farmhouse
    The house stands adjacent to a small group of farm buildings at the top end of a private track.
  47. II Victoria Cottage Photos
    The cottage stands adjacent to the B4350 road from Hay to Brecon at a junction with a lane to Llanigon, close to the community boundary.
  48. II Wainhouse at Lower Maertorglwydd
    The wainhouse stands on the edge of the farm buildings and is separated from the others to W by the lane.
  49. II Wenallt-Uchaf
    The house stands high on the Wenallt at the top of a long track, partly private, overlooking a valley.

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