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Listed Buildings in New Radnor, Powys

  1. II Barn lying at right-angles to SW end of Vron Farmhouse
    New Radnor
  2. II Barn to N. opposite Llanevan Farmhouse
    New Radnor
  3. II Brookside Farmhouse
    Part of a substantial farm group sited at the E end of the High Street.
  4. II Bryn
    Lies 0.75km south-east of New Radnor on northern slope of The Smatcher.
  5. II Church Cottage
    Reached along lane to churchyard which runs from War Memorial on High Street. Lies 400m to south-west of parish church of St Mary, interrupts churchyard boundary wall.
  6. II Cowhouse 10m W of llanevan Farmhouse
    New Radnor
  7. II Cowhouse to SE of Lea Farmhouse
    Sited about 10m to SE of farmhouse and forms east side of farmyard.
  8. II Cowhouses lying 25m NE of Vron Farmhouse
    New Radnor
  9. II Cowshed 20m S of Lea Farmhouse
    Forms south side of farmyard.
  10. II Cowsheds 30m to NE. of Brookside Farmhouse
    Agricultural building backing on to Park Road and facing S to farmyard.
  11. II Crossway
    Sited close to Radnor Forest at the top end of small valley running N from the castle motte in New Radnor.
  12. II* Downton House
    Lies in open farmland north of the A44, 1.5km east of New Radnor.
  13. II Downtown Farmhouse
    Lies on E side of access road and about 200m to south east of Downton House.
  14. II Farm Range 20m E of Highgate Farmhouse
    Long range set gable end to farmhouse and incorporating various buildings under one (iron) roof-line.
  15. II Farm Range about 30m N of Ferndale Farmhouse
    Sited down slope with continuous rubble base wall, and stepped roof.
  16. II Farm Range adjoining E. end of Brookside Farmhouse
    New Radnor
  17. II Farm Range attached to NW.end of Brookside Farmhouse
    New Radnor
  18. II Farm Range immediately SW of Lea Farmhouse
    Single-range forming west side of farmyard about 10m SW of house; incorporates three buildings under one continuous roofline.
  19. II Ferndale
    Lies beyond Knowle Hill about 1.5km north east of New Radnor. Formerly known as Hanging Held.
  20. II Former Goods Shed at New Radnor Station
    Lies 30m south-west of former station building.
  21. II Former Stable/Granary lying 20m E of Vron Farmhouse
    New Radnor
  22. II Former Station Building at New Radnor, including adjacent Platform
    Lies 100m south of A44, 0.5km south-east of New Radnor.
  23. II Highgate Farmhouse
    Set at right angles to main road, on W bank of stream below road bridge.
  24. II Knowle Farmhouse
    Lies 1km north-east of New Radnor and approached via lane leading north off Kinnerton Road.
  25. II L-Plan Farm Ranges to N of the Bryn
    Lies 0.75km south-east of New Radnor on northern slope of The Smatcher.
  26. II Lea Farmhouse
    Lies 2km north-east of New Radnor; reached along a farm road running S past Bestbrook Farm close to Kinnerton/New Radnor road.
  27. II Llanevan
    Lies on western edge of Radnor Forest 2km south-east of Llandegley.
  28. II Milestone in Grass Verge 300m W of Fforest Inn
    Lies on north side of A481 between Pool Farm and The Fforest Inn.
  29. II Milestone in Grass Verge about 250m SW of Pont-y-Nantau
    Lies on east side of A44 about 2km south-west of New Radnor.
  30. II Milestone in Grass Verge outside Newhouse
    Lies close to main road on E side of village.
  31. II Milestone in Road Verge about 500m SW of Llanwenny
    Lies on north side of A481 1.9 km south west of road junction at The Fforest Inn.
  32. II Milestone in verge to E of Gwernargllwydd
    Lies on east side of A44 about 3.3km north-west of Llanfihangel Nant Melan.
  33. II Milestone in wide Grass Verge below The Van Hill
    Lies on W side of A44 1.6km north west of Llanfihangel Nant Melan.
  34. II Milestone on grass verge opposite Corn Hill
    Lies on east side of main road about 4.9km north-west of Llanfihangel Nant Melan.
  35. II* Monument to Sir George Cornewall Lewis
    Striking monument on a large scale situated at the Y-junction between Broad Street and Water Street at SE end of the village; reached N off A44.
  36. II No.10 High Street,,,,,powys,,9224
    Set back adjoining, and formerly one dwelling with, No 11 High Street.
  37. II No.11 High Street,,,,,powys,,9225
    11 High Street
  38. II No.12 Church Street,,,,,powys,
    12 Church Street
  39. II No.6 Broad Street,,,,,powys,,9207
    Sited in a row running S from Radnor Arms PH.
  40. II No.8 Broad Street,,,,,powys,,9209
    Situated in terraced row running S from Radnor Arms PH.
  41. II No.9 Church Street,,,,,powys,
    A single building formerly known as The Kings Arms Inn.
  42. II Outbuilding 10m to W.of No.15 (Rainbow Cottage)
    Small traditional building on narrow part of High Street.
  43. II Outbuildings attached to left of No. 8 church Street
    Frontage and roofline continuous with No 8 Church Street. Former stables and coach-house to former The Kings Arms PH (now private dwelling listed under NoƔ12 High Street)
  44. II Outbuildings attached to W of Downton Farmhouse
    Lies on E side of access road and about 200m to south east of Downton House.
  45. II Part of L-Plan Farm Range 30m NE. of Brookside Farmhouse
    New Radnor
  46. II Part of L-Plan Farm Range 30m NE.of Brookside Farmhouse
    New Radnor
  47. II Part of L-Plan Farm Ranges about 20m E of Downton Farmhouse
    Group of farmbuildings which closes the long E side of farmyard plus cowhouse along S side.
  48. II Part of L-Plan Farm Ranges about 20m E of Downton Farmhouse
    Group of farmbuildings which closes the long E side of farmyard plus cowhouse along S side.
  49. II Part of L-Plan Farm Ranges about 20m E.of Downton Farmhouse
    Group of farmbuildings which closes the long E side of farmyard plus cowhouse along S side.
  50. II Part of L-Plan Farm Ranges about 20m E.of Downton Farmhouse
    Group of farmbuildings which closes the long E side of farmyard plus cowhouse along S side.
  51. II Part of L-Plan Ranges of Barns to N of Downton House
    Known as Lower Buildings and sited about 130m N of the house. Occupying an ancient site adjoining fishponds.
  52. II Part of L-Plan Ranges of Barns to N of Downton House
    Known as Lower Buildings and sited about 130m N of the house. Occupying an ancient site adjoining fishponds.
  53. II Rainbow Cottage including shop on right
    Forward to the street with right-hand bay set back slightly.
  54. II Smithy with Stable attached to No. 1 High Street
    Formerly part of 'The Cross Inn' together with No 2, the adjoining property known as 'The Cross'. Facing down Broad Street.
  55. II Stable Building running forward about 15m E.of Brookside Farmhouse
    New Radnor
  56. II Station House
    Forms one half of attached pair with No 10 (Yew Tree Cottage) on west side of Bridge Street.
  57. II Swan House
    By roadside, about 60m S of churchyard.
  58. II Telephone Call-box to rear of pavement to left of No.6 (Post Office) High Street
    Sited to rear of wide modern pavement with back to boundary wall and close to gable end of Post Office building.
  59. II The Cross
    Formerly one property with No 1 (The Forge) and then known as 'The Cross Inn'.
  60. II The Forge
    Formerly part of 'The Cross Inn' together with No 2, the adjoining property known as 'The Cross'. Facing down Broad Street.
  61. II The Great House including attached Cowhouse
    Lies on the south side of the A44 Kington to Rhayader Road, 100m south of the parish church of St Michael.
  62. II The Grove
    Situated on the east side of B4372 just south of the Summergil Brook.
  63. II The Laurels
    Situated in its own grounds towards the southern end of Broad Street.
  64. II The Nook
    Sited in terraced row running S from Radnor Arms PH.
  65. II The Old Rectory
    Detached house occupying corner site between southern end of Broad Street and Rectory Lane.
  66. II U-Plan Farm Ranges to W of Knowle Farmhouse
    Farm ranges 15m west of farmhouse incorporating barn, cowhouses and granary.
  67. II Vron Farmhouse
    Reached along farm road about 400m NE of Pont-y-Nantau.
  68. II War Memorial
    Situated at entrance to churchyard lane, on a grassed triangle or raised pavement in roadway.
  69. II Wayside
    Prominently sited above the road, about 50m SE of churchyard.
  70. II Wayside Cottage
    On the road, stepped down to left of No 9 (Wayside).
  71. II Yew Tree Cottage
    Forms one half of attached pair with No 9 (Station House) on west side of Broad Street.

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