IIApple House at Glanhafren Hall At the NE (rear) of Glanhafren Hall, and at the SE corner of a group of farm buildings. Glanhafren Hall stands on the N side of the A486, and on the right bank of the River Severn. The S wall of the
IIEsgairgeiliog Hall Situated on the W side of the Stepaside to Pentre road, and reached by a short farm road by Esgairgeiliog Farm. Set back from the road with garden surrounding it, and a farm road on N side and farm b
IIGlandulais Farmhouse Situated at the end of a farm road on the S side of the A489. The house is surrounded by open pasture, with a caravan park on the W side.
IIGlanhafren Hall On N side of A486, and right bank of River Severn. Set well back from the road amid open pasture, and enclosed by a metal fence on the E and S side, and by a driveway and yard on the N and W sides.
IIMilestone On the A489, S side, opposite the entrance to Ty Mawr farm.
IIThe Rock, with attached cow house Situated on the W side of the Stepaside to Pentre road. Set back from the road behind a low wall, and with cow house on the S side, and a corrugated metal lean-to garage attached to the N gable.
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