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Listed Buildings in Meifod, Powys

  1. II 'L'-Shaped Range of Farm Builings, including a Dovecote at Pen-y-Lan Hall
    Located to the N of Pen-y-lan Hall, forming 2 sides of a farmyard, later infilled, with the dovecote embedded in the NW range.
  2. II Allt Goch Isaf
    Located on a platform site at high elevation (265m) looking SE over the valley and the Brogan.
  3. II Barn at Plas Nant-y-Meichiaid
    Located E of Plas Nant-y-meichiaid, on the south side of the farmyard.
  4. II Brewhouse Range at Ystumcolwyn Farm
    Located on the N side of the farm buildings, in line and to the NE of the stable building, and facing towards the house.
  5. II Bron-y-Main
    Located on the valley scarp, close to the road, and above its farmyard.
  6. II Broniarth Hall
    Located on a minor road leading S off the Geuffordd to Pentre'r Beirdd.
  7. II Bryn Mawr Farmhouse
    Located off the road from Geuffordd to Trefnanney.
  8. II Bryn-Derwen Hall
    Located in its own parkland, off the A.490 main Bwlch-y-cibau to Llanfyllin road, on an eminence with views to the NE and SE.
  9. II Bryn-Derwen Lodge
    Located behind the entrance to the driveway to Bryn-derwen Hall.
  10. II* Bryngwyn Hall
    Situated in its own landscaped park, on the northern side of Bwlch-y-cibau.
  11. II Cefn Pentre
    Three km approx SE of the village of Meifod, approached from a narrow lane which runs NW of the B4392, which it leaves half a km NE of Maesmawr Hall.
  12. II Ceunant Farmhouse
    Located high above and overlooking the farm buildings at road level.
  13. II Christ Church Parish Church
    In the centre of the village, set at the top of a sloping rubble-walled churchyard.
  14. II Cil Bach
    Located on low lying ground in the part-township of Cil.
  15. II Cowhouse and Granary on W side of Farmyard at Dyffryn Farm
    Located at right angles to the main road and forming the W side of the farmyard.
  16. II Cowhouse at Plas Nant-y-Meichiaid
    Located on steep ground on the N side of the farmyard, E of Plas Nant-y-meichiaid, and parallel with the barn.
  17. II Cowhouse forming N side of Farmyard at Dyffryn Farm
    Located on the N side of the farmyard which forms an open 'U' off the main road.
  18. II* Cruck-framed farm-building at Ystum Colwyn
    Ystum Colwyn Farm is at the eastern angle of the junction of the A490 and the A495 NE of Meifod. The cruck-framed farm-buildings bounds the SW side of the farmyard, SE of the house.
  19. II Cwm Farmhouse
    Located on a slightly elevated position on the S side of the Vyrnwy valley, on a sharp bend of the road.
  20. II Detached farm range at Cefn Pentre
    Parallel to the main range, set back to its right.
  21. II Drinking Fountain
    Located on the grass verge opposite the Lych Gate of Christ Church parish church.
  22. II Dyffryn Farmhouse, (including railings, dwarf walls and gate piers at splayed entrance)
    Located to the S of the village, lying back from the road at the back of a large circular driveway with a splayed entrance to the road.
  23. II Fountain at the fornt of Aldwyn House
    Located on the pavement in front of Aldwyn House, next door to Vyrnwy House.
  24. II* Friends' Meeting House
    Located in a deliberately obscure position in a fold of the hill at the end of a farm track N of Forge Farm. Burial ground is now a garden.
  25. II Ger-y-Nant (Brook House)
    Located approximately 30m from the cross roads in the centre of Meifod, built over a culverted stream.
  26. II Glascoed
    Located back from the road, behind its farm buildings, on a platform site at right angles to the slope of the hill.
  27. II Glascoed Mill
    Located on an artificial millrace across a meander of the River Vyrnwy, north of the confluence with the River Banwy, accessed by a trackway behind Maesnewydd.
  28. II* Goetre
    Located in its own grounds facing S over the narrow valley between Allt fawr and Gallt-yr-ancr, approached by a long driveway from Pentre, lined with sequoias on the approach to the house.
  29. II Granary and Gig House at Plas Nant-y-Meichiaid
    Located to the SE of Plas Nant-y-meichiaid, at the E side of the farmyard.
  30. II Gwaelod Farmhouse
    Located on a slight eminence on the floor of the valley, W of the road from Llanfyllin through Grwn-amlwg to Meifod.
  31. II House adjoining The Old Post Office at the N End
    Located opposite the road to Pentre, in front of the old schoolroom, and attached to the N end of the Old Post Office.
  32. II King's Head Public House
    Located in the centre of the village, facing over the churchyard.
  33. II Lower Peniarth
    A large farm located on the S side of the valley near the valley floor of the Colwyn Brook, with the parlour end downhill.
  34. II Lych-Gate to Christ Church Parish Church
    Located at the crossroads at the centre of the village, and the corner of the sloping churchyard.
  35. II Maldwyn
    Located 80m W of the Guilsfield Road at its junction with the High Street, behind a small railed forecourt.
  36. II Malthouse and Granary at Pentre'r Gof, including Lean-to on W
    Located on the S side of the access driveway to Pentre'r gof farmhouse.
  37. II Mile Post
    Located in the road verge under the hedge, on the straight section of road across the valley between Pont Ysgawrhyd and Ystumcolwyn.
  38. II Nant-y-Meichiaid Farmhouse
    Located on a platform site on the N side of the valley, facing E.
  39. II New Bridge Mechain
    Located at the SW end of the Community area, carrying the main road from Meifod to Llangyniew and Castle Cereinion over the River Vyrnwy.
  40. II Outbuilding to Frondeg
    Located close to the side of the road, below Frondeg house.
  41. I Parish Church of St Tysilio and St Mary
    Located near the centre of the extensive 3.6ha (9-acre) churchyard, within the village of Meifod.
  42. II* Pen-y-Lan Hall
    Located at the foot of Broniarth Hill, facing N over the Dyffryn Meifod.
  43. II Peniarth Uchaf
    Dramatically sited just below the crest of a narrow ridge running between Dyffryn Meifod and Cwm Nant-y-meichiaid, approx 2km NNW of Meifod.
  44. II* Pentre'r Gof (also known as Pentrego)
    Located on a platform site in the valley of the Either Bach, 550m N of the crossroads in the centre of Meifod.
  45. II Pentregaer Farmhouse
    Located on a spur of land overlooking the valley of the Holywell Brook.
  46. II Pig styles at Glascoed Mill
    Located to the back of the mill, facing the approach lane.
  47. II* Plas Nant-y-Meichiaid
    Located close to the south side of the road from Llanfyllin to Pontrobert.
  48. II Pont Ysgawrhyd
    Located on the main Meifod to Welshpool Road crossing the Dyffryn Meifod.
  49. II Pont-y-Ffatri (partley in Llangyniew Community)
    Carrying the road east from Pontrobert to Mathrafal over the Afon Efyrnwy, about 1.5 km east of Pontrobert.
  50. II* Primary House at Rhos Fawr Isaf
    In the hills that run between the Vyrnwy and Cwm Nant y meichiad, some 2.5km NW of Meifod. The building is down-hill sited, occupying a prominent rock spur to the SE of the later farmhouse.
  51. II Rose Villa
    Located at the centre of the village, facing the churchyard.
  52. II Stable Building at Ystumcolwyn Farm
    Located on the N side of the farmhouse, in line and W of the brewhouse block.
  53. II Stables & Coach House at Bryngwyn Hall
    Bryngwyn Hall is set in its own landscaped gardens on the N side of Bwlch-y-cibau. The stables and coach-house are immediately downhill to the N of the main house.
  54. II Stables and Coach-Houses at Pen-y-Lan Hall
    Located to the N and below Pen-y-lan Hall, facing NW.
  55. II Stone Building and Calf House, at the E side of the Farmyard at Dyffryn Farm
    Located on the E side of the farmyard, now behind a C20 shed, and attached to the N cowhouse by an extension of that building's roof.
  56. II Straw Barn at Ceunant Farm
    Located below the farmhouse, set parallel to the road and behind a large C20 shed.
  57. II Straw Barn at Cwm
    Located on the SE side of the farmyard to Cwm, which lies immediately SW of the farmhouse.
  58. II Street Farmhouse
    Located near the centre crossroads of the settlement, set at right angles to Gwreidden Lane to Guilsfield.
  59. II Sundial in the Churchyard to Christ Church Parish Church
    Located in the churchyard, approximately 3m SE of the church porch.
  60. II Sundial to SW of Tower at Church of St Tysilio
    Located in the churchyard to the SW of the tower.
  61. II Tan-y-Fron
    Located behind a large front garden overlooking the road.
  62. II The Old Post Office
    Located at the core of the village, on the corner opposite the road to Pentre.
  63. II The Old Vicarage
    Located above Meifod village, on the road to Llanfyllin, with views to the S.
  64. II Ty Bach at Ceunant Farmhouse
    Located close to and above the approach driveway to the house.
  65. II Ty Brith
    Located on the N slope of the Vyrwny Valley, on the road from Newbridge to Cyfronydd, below Spout Wood.
  66. II Ty Mawr
    Located at the north end of the village street, approximately 20m E of the churchyard.
  67. II Ty Rop
    Located on the W side of the minor road from Bwlch-y-cibau to Meifod, set behind a front cottage garden.
  68. II Ty Tan-y-Derwen
    Located on the N slope of the Nant-y-meichiaid, at its E end.
  69. II Upper Fawnog
    Located at the SW end of the farmyard, facing rising ground to the SE.
  70. II Vyrnwy House (including the front garden railings)
    Located opposite the churchyard near the corner of road to Meifod Pentre.
  71. II Waterloo Cottage (formerly Waterloo View)
    Located at the top of Church Walk.
  72. II Waterloo House (including former cottage to right)
    Located at the SW end of the village, on the corner of High Street with the road to Guilsfield.
  73. II Wheel House including Barn at Ystumcolwyn Farm
    Barn and ring shelter at the southern side of the group of farm buildings, south of the house.
  74. II Ysgubor Coed-Oer-Le
    Located in the floor of the valley of the Brogan, with a slight earthwork agger leading directly to the A.490 at Bryngwyn Cottages, and close to a small moat.

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