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Listed Buildings in Llansantffraid, Powys

  1. II Barn at Ffinnant
    At the boundary between Llansantffraid and Llanfechain Communities. Reached along farm lane off N side of B4393, beside Foel Hill, approximately 1km W of Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain. Set in the slope
  2. II Barn at Trederwen House
    At the north-east of Trederwen House.
  3. II Bodwen
    Near west end of the main street of the village, about 50 m east of the Lion Hotel. Garden at left and small hedged and fenced garden at front.
  4. II Bridge House, with walled and railed forecourt
    At the north side of the main street of the villge opposite Llansantffraid bridge, set back from the street by a small walled front garden with iron railings and stone steps to the door in the right b
  5. II Bronheulog
    Llansantffraid
  6. II Bronhyddon Photos
    Reached by a farm track commencing near the school in Llansantffraid village. House facing south at west side of its farm group.
  7. II Bronwylfa
    About 100 m north of the Lion Hotel, at the east side of Winllan Road.
  8. II Bryn Aber
    At south side of the A495 about 1 km south-west of Llansantffraid.
  9. II Bryntirion
    At east side of Winllan Road, 150 m north of the Lion Hotel.
  10. II Cartrefle
    At north side of the main street of the village, about 50 m west of the Sun Hotel.
  11. II Cast-iron milepost at Queen's Oak
    At south side of the main street of the village, almost oppostite the War Memorial.
  12. II Cast-iron Milepost at Waen
    At east side of the B4393, opposite the entrance to Waen Farm.
  13. II Castle Cottage
    At the north-east side of a minor road (Collfryn Lane) from Collfryn to Waen-fach, about 3 km south of the village of Llansantffraid.
  14. II* Cefnllyfnog Farmhouse
    Reached by a farm track from a minor road, about 2 km north-east of Bwlch-y-cibau.
  15. II* Church of St Ffraid
    At north-east of the village, in an elevated situation; churchyard mostly stone-walled, with iron gates. Iron railings at Vicarage side. Sundial near porch.
  16. II Cleveland House
    At west end of the village, nearly opposite the Lion Hotel.
  17. II Colfryn Farmhouse
    At south side of a minor road from Waen-fach to Deuddwr, opposite a large planned model farmyard. The house stands away from the farmyard in private grounds with lawns to its front.
  18. II* Ffinnant Farmhouse
    At the boundary between Llansantffraid and LLanfechain Communities. Reached along farm lane off N side of B4393, beside Foel Hill, approximately 1km W of Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain. Faces N across fa
  19. II Former coachhouse and stable of the Lion Hotel
    At east side of the forecourt of the Lion Hotel.
  20. II Glanaber
    Reached by a side lane at the rear of Bronwylfa, east side of Winllan Road, about 100 m north of the Lion Hotel.
  21. II Gwyndu Cottage
    At south side of the main street of the village, about 50 m west of the Sun Hotel.
  22. II Lion Hotel
    At west end of the main street of the village.
  23. II Llansantffraid Bridge
    Across the River Vyrnwy at the east entrance to the village.
  24. II Llwyn Onn
    Back to back with Bronwylfa, Winllan Road.
  25. II Lower Trewylan (Trewylan Isaf)
    Llansantffraid
  26. II Lychgate to Llansantffraid Cemetery
    To west of village, north of the road to Llanfechain.
  27. II Marwen (No. 2, Rose Cottages), with walled and railed forecourt
    At north side of the main street of the village, about 50 m west of the Sun Hotel.
  28. II Melyniog-fach
    Reached from the A495 by a farm track about 500 m north-east of Llansantffraid bridge. House in private grounds to north-east side of its farmyard group.
  29. II No. 1 Glandwr (cottage at left), with walled and railed forecourt
    At north side of the main street of the village, opposite Llansantffraid Bridge.
  30. II No. 1, Victoria Terrace, with walled and railed forecourt
    At the north side of the main street of the village, about 100 m west of the Sun Hotel.
  31. II No. 2 Glandwr (cottage at right), with walled forecourt
    At north side of the main street of the village, opposite Llansantffraid Bridge.
  32. II No. 2, Victoria Terrace, with walled and railed forecourt
    At the north side of the main street of the village, about 100 m west of the Sun Hotel.
  33. II No. 3, Rose Cottages, with walled and railed forecourt
    At north side of the main street of the village, about 50 m west of the Sun Hotel.
  34. II No. 3, Victoria Terrace, with walled and railed forecourt
    At the north side of the main street of the village, about 100 m west of the Sun Hotel.
  35. II No. 4, Rose Cottages, with walled and railed forecourt
    At north side of the main street of the village, about 50 m west of the Sun Hotel.
  36. II No. 4, Victoria Terrace, with walled and railed forecourt
    At the north side of the main street of the village, about 100 m west of the Sun Hotel.
  37. II No. 5, Victoria Terrace, with walled and railed forecourt
    At the north side of the main street of the village, about 100 m west of the Sun Hotel.
  38. II No. 6, Victoria Terrace, with walled and railed forecourt
    At the north side of the main street of the village, about 100 m west of the Sun Hotel.
  39. II No. 7, Victoria Terrace, with walled and railed forecourt
    At the north side of the main street of the village, about 100 m west of the Sun Hotel.
  40. II Outbuilding at Sycamore Cottage
    At north side of Sycamore Cottage.
  41. II Outbuildings at Melyniog-fach
    At the west side of the approach lane at Melyniog-fach.
  42. II Pen isa'r llan
    Approximately 1.5km E of Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain; situated, close to the junction with the A495, at the side of a by-road that runs N to Llanyblodwel. Diamond patterned cobbled pavement to front and
  43. II Plas Derwen
    At west side of a minor road to Deuddwr, about 1 km south of Llansantffraid bridge. Stable-yard buildings and walled garden connected at rear. Iron gate with brick piers and depressed stone ball finia
  44. II Pont Llanerch Emrys (Partly in the Community of Llangedwyn)
    Carrying a minor road from the B4396 to Llanerchemrys.
  45. II Pont y Forwyn
    Carrying the B4393 over the Afon Cain.
  46. II Pont-y-pentre
    Carrying the A495 across the Afon Cain, ½ km south-west of Llansantffraid.
  47. II Rose cottage (No. 1, Rose Cottages), with walled and railed forecourt
    At north side of the main street of the village, about 50 m west of the Sun Hotel.
  48. II Sun Hotel
    At north side of the main street of the village, about 200 m west of Llansantffraid Bridge; walled terrace at front, yard at rear.
  49. II Sundial in St Ffraid's Churchyard
    About 10 m south of the porch of the church.
  50. II Sycamore Cottage
    To south side of an unclassified lane from Llanerchemrys to Bwlchyddar; built facing east on a platform site close to a small hilltop; small enclosed garden at front, agricultural range at right.
  51. II The Gro
    Reached by a track to the south of the A495 Llansantffraid to Oswestry road, to the south of Bryn Tanat. On low lying ground beside the River Tanat.
  52. II Trederwen House
    Reached by a track to the north of the B4392 between Waen and Trederwen.
  53. II Tu-hwnt-i'r-gain
    Reached by a track south of Lletty Lane beside Melyniog-fawr, about 1 km south of Llansantffraid village.
  54. II Ty Issa
    On an unmade track south of Winllan Lane approx. 1.5km to the NE of Llansantffraid ym Mechain.
  55. II Ty-bach at Sycamore Cottage
    To south side of Sycamore cottage, in adjacent field.
  56. II Ty-newydd
    Reached by a farm track to the east side of a minor road branching west from the A495 at Cross Keys, about 1½ km south-west of Llansantffraid village.
  57. II Wyddigoed
    At south-west side of a minor road, about 3 km south-west of the village of Llansantffraid.

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