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Listed Buildings in Llansilin, Powys

  1. II Barn at Pen y bryn
    Parallel to the house, facing it across a small yard.
  2. II Bron Heulog
    At north side of a minor road from Lloran Uchaf to Lloran Isaf.
  3. II Bronwylfa
    At the west side of the road at the north end of Llansilin village, beside the turning to Rhiwlas.
  4. II Capel Salem
    Situated on the N edge of Llansilin, on the E side of a minor road N from the B4580.
  5. II Causeway and Private Bridge on the Approach to Glascoed
    Over a small ravine on the approach to Glascoed.
  6. I Church of St Silin
    At centre of Llansilin village. Stone-walled churchyard with iron gates at west to High Street; prominent War Memorial of Celtic Cross form; sundial.
  7. II Church of St. Cadwaladr, Llangadwaladr Photos
    At south side of Ffordd Sugn, 2 km north of Moelfre. The churchyard is entered by iron gates in a stone wall at north and west, and is hedged and fenced elsewhere. Many chest tombs. Considerable numbe
  8. II Cowhouse range at Lledrod
    At west side of Lledrod farmyard, opposite the farmhouse.
  9. II Darwin Cottage
    At east side of High Street, at north end of Llansilin village.
  10. II Drinking Fountain in Llansilin village
    At a fork in the road at the west side of High Street in Llansilin village, opposite the church.
  11. II Felin Newydd with Attached Former Miller's Cottage and Shed
    On the west side of the Afon Ogau about 1 km north-east of the village of Llansilin. The mill was fed by a leat and a millpond terminating in a stone retaining structure.
  12. II Felin-newydd (house)
    At Felin-newydd about 2 km north-east of Llansilin village. Small walled and gated enclosure at front.
  13. II Felin-newydd stables
    To north side of the yard of Felin Newydd.
  14. II Former Separate Kitchen or Bakehouse at Tyddyn Cynar
    15 m south-east of Tyddyn Cynar.
  15. II Garden and Orchard Enclosure South of Ty-newydd
    Extending about 80 metres to the south of Ty-newydd.
  16. II Glas Hirfryn
    In Cwmdu, at east side of the road through the valley of the Lleiriog.
  17. II* Glascoed
    At east of farmyard, about 1 km south-east of the village of Llansilin.
  18. II* Hafod
    Reached by a short lane to the north of the Rhiwlas to Rhydycroesau road.
  19. II Hendy
    300 m south of Priddbwll-mawr.
  20. II Lledrod Farmhouse
    At the east side of the minor road to Ty-mawr which branches north from the Llansilin to Rhydycroesau road; 2 km north-east of Llansilin. Stone-walled forecourt to the farmyard.
  21. II* Lloran Ucha
    Llansilin
  22. II Lofted Cartshed Range at Lledrod
    To the south side of Lledrod farmyard, beside the entrance gate.
  23. II Moelfre Hall
    At rear of farm buildings, to north of the road from Llansilin to Moelfre.
  24. II Moeliwrch
    Reached by a lane to the west side of the road north from Llansilin village, about ¾ km north west of the village. Sited on high ground above the present farmyard.
  25. II Monfa
    At west side of High Street, at north end of Llansilin village.
  26. II No. 1 Greenfield Terrace
    At west side of High Street, at north end of Llansilin village.
  27. II No. 2 Greenfield Terrace
    At west side of High Street, at north end of Llansilin village.
  28. II No. 3 Greenfield Terrace
    At west side of High Street, at north end of Llansilin village.
  29. II Old White Lion Photos
    At east side of High Street, at north end of Llansilin village.
  30. II Outbuilding at north of Ty-newydd
    Attached to informal stone-walled enclosures at the north-east corner of Ty-newydd.
  31. II* Pen-y-bryn
    To west of farm buildings, 1 km south-west of the village of Llansilin.
  32. II Pentre-ucha
    Reached by a farm track north from the road between Llansilin village and Moelfre; the site stands slightly apart 100 m north-east of the farmstead of Pentre.
  33. II Pont Felin-newydd
    Over the Afon Ogau about 2 km north-east of the village of Llansilin.
  34. II Pont y Glascoed
    Over the Cynllaith about 400 m west of Glascoed.
  35. II Preswylfa
    At east side of High Street, at north end of Llansilin village.
  36. II Priddbwll-bach (old house)
    At north side of minor road 1½ km north-west of Priddbwll-mawr.
  37. II Priddbwll-mawr
    To north of minor road, 2 km south-west of Llansilin village.
  38. II Rhydleos
    At the south side of the minor road from Llangadwaladr to Rhydycroesau in the Avon Ogau valley.
  39. II Rhydycroesau Bridge
    Over the Cynllaith in the village of Rhydycroesau (partly in the Civil Parish of Oswestry Rural, England)
  40. II Shed and Stable Range at Lledrod
    At the east side of Lledrod farmyard, to the south of the house.
  41. II Telephone Call-box adjoining churchyard wall at St Cadwaladr's church, Llangadwaldr
    In an attractive upland location beside by road and backing on to rubble churchyard wall (with VR wall-box adjoining to left and telephone pole beside).
  42. II Telephone Call-box in Llansilin village.
    At the west side of High Street (B4580), close to road junction at north end of village. Set against rubble boundary wall with former local Post Office diagonally opposite.
  43. II The Malt House, including nos 1 and 2 Malthouse Cottages
    In the centre of the village, opposite St Silin's Church and the Wynnstay Inn.
  44. II The Old Vicarage (formerly Beech Grove)
    In private grounds at the fork in the roads at the north end of the village of Llansilin.
  45. II Ty-mawr
    To south of a minor road in the Afon Ogau valley about 1 km north-east of the village of Llansilin.
  46. II* Ty-newydd
    To east of farm buildings, 1 km south of the village of Llansilin.
  47. II* Tyddyn Cynar
    Reached by a track to the south of the minor road from Llangadwaladr to Rhydycroesau.
  48. II Wynnstay Inn
    At east side of High Street in Llansilin village.
  49. II Ysgwennant
    At north side of a minor road from Llangadwaladr to Rhydycroesau, on a south facing slope in the valley of Afon Ysgwennant about 3.2 km NW of Llansilin village.

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