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Listed Buildings in Nantglyn, Denbighshire

  1. II Agricultural Range immediately S of Glasmor Photos
    Prominently located at the crossroads at the southern end of the village, opposite Glasmor.
  2. II Barn Range to the W of Glasmor Photos
    Prominently located at the crossroads at the southern end of the village, opposite Glasmor.
  3. II Bwlch-du Photos
    Located approximately 3.2km SW of Nantglyn village; immediately S of the road from Pentrefoelas to Denbigh, where a track runs S along the W side of the Llyn Brenig.
  4. II Former Stable at Waen Presbyterian Chapel Photos
    On the roadside immediately to the W of Waen Presbyterian Chapel, and with the chapel graveyard to its R and rear; adjoining the rubble cemetry wall to the W. The building is set gable-end into the s
  5. II Glasmor Photos
    Located prominently on the corner, at the crossroads at the S end of the village street.
  6. II Parish Church of St James Photos
    Located on a raised, near-circular site in the centre of the village; its churchyard contains two ancient yew trees.
  7. II Plas Nantglyn
    Located approximately 1.6km S of Nantglyn village set back to the SE of the road running S from the village towards the Llyn Brenig; accessed via a metalled drive.
  8. II Pont Nantglyn
    Located approximately 1.6km S of Nantglyn village, spanning the Nant-y-Blaenau immediately NW of Plas Nantglyn.
  9. II Pont Newydd Photos
    Located some 200m NE of Nantglyn village spanning the Afon Ystrad and carrying the old Denbigh to Nantglyn road immediately E of its modern successor.
  10. II Pont-y-Llan Photos
    Spanning the Afon Ystrad in the centre of the village.
  11. II Segrwyd Mill and Mill House Photos
    Located at the northern boundary of the community, on the SE side of the Afon Ystrad; on the NE side of a lane running NW from the road running SE from Denbigh to Nantglyn.
  12. II Telephone Call-box Photos
    Prominently-located in the village centre, adjoining Cae Llwyd and the Post Office; sited on W side of minor road running uphill from Pont y Llan to N.
  13. II Telephone Call-box Photos
    Located on the road-side, opposite Waen Presbyterian Chapel.
  14. II The Rectory Photos
    Located approximately 1km NE of Nantglyn village, raised up on a bank to the E of the road from Denbigh to Nantglyn; immediately E of the old Pont Newydd. The house is set into a hillslope.
  15. II U-shaped Agricultural Range at Tan-y-graig
    Located at the SW boundary of the community, approximately 1km E of the Alwen reservoir and 1km SE of the Denbigh to Pentrefoelas road; accessed from the main road via a long unmetalled track and set
  16. II Waen Presbyterian Chapel and School Hall Photos
    Set back from the road behind rendered rubble forecourt walls with simple surmounting railings; sited into the slope of a hill.

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