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Grade II* Listed Buildings in Newport

  1. II* Boundary Walls to Orangery Garden and Cedar Garden including three sets of gatepiers Photos
    Set immediately to the W of Tredegar House and the Orangery, enclosing the Cedar Garden and the Orangery Garden. Set of brick piers set at the N end of the Orangery Garden, the S of the Cedar Garden a
  2. II* Church of Saint Basil Photos
    On the E side of Bassaleg, on the N side of the churchyard some 75m W of the Afon Ebwy.
  3. II* Church of Saint Michael Photos
    In a prominent position in the centre of Lower Machen Conservation Area.
  4. II* Church of SS Julius and Aaron
    At the northern end of St Julians Avenue on the junction with Heather Road.
  5. II* Church of St. Cadoc
    In the centre of Caerleon village immediately north of The Roman Legionary Museum.
  6. II* Edney Gates, inc flanking screen and attached walls with opposing gates to S end of Middle Court
    Middle Court is located immediately to the NW of Tredegar House separating Tredegar House from the Stable Court, the Edney Gates and screen are set at the N end dividing the house and Stable Court.
  7. II* George Street Bridge Photos
    Spans River Usk between Corporation Road and Dock Street.
  8. II* Kemeys Manor
    Set on the E side of the A449. Located on the W slope of the steep escarpement of Kemeys Graig, immediately to the S of the A449. Set at the end of a long private drive overlooking the River Usk on a
  9. II* Machen House including attached outbuildings and curved screen wall Photos
    In the centre of the village immediately to W of the Parish Church. Set in its own landscaped grounds and reached by short drive with gate piers.
  10. II* Newport Castle Photos
    Beside River Usk in angle formed by Newport Bridge and Old Green Interchange.
  11. II* Newport Civic Centre Photos
    Occupies a large prominent site S of Fields Road, bounded by Godrey Road (E), Faulkner Road (S), and Clytha Park Road to the W.
  12. II* Parish Church of St Bridget
    Located on the W side of Church Road, opposite Church Farm, set down a small track.
  13. II* Parish Church of St Mary Photos
    Located on the S side of the Lane leading from Llanwern village to Bishton at the junction of the driveway to Barn Farm. Immediately to the N of the Spencer steelworks
  14. II* Parish Church of St Mary
    Set on the N side of Church Lane opposite Church Farm, leading off Marshfield Road. The church is surrounded by a low rubble wall with cock and hen coping; lych gate to W and remains of medieval cros
  15. II* Parish Church of St Michael
    Located at the W side of the village, within a C19 walled enclosure, set behind the public house.
  16. II* Pencoed Castle
    Located at the end of a narrow lane from by-road off B4245, approx 1km S of Llandevaud village and 1km E of Llanmartin.
  17. II* Pencoed Castle Gatehouse
    Located at the front of the castle which is at the end of a narrow lane from by-road off the B4245, approx 1km S of Llandevaud village and 1km E of Llanmartin.
  18. II* Penhow Castle Photos
    Set high on a hilltop above the Newport to Chepstow road. In its own grounds beyond the Parish Church and reached by drive with relocated stone gatepiers and distinctive ball finials.
  19. II* Plas Machen Photos
    At the end of a track S off the A468, some 900m Se of the church at Lower Machen.
  20. II* Railway viaduct over Afon Ebwy
    Crossing the Afon Ebwy from E to W on the NE side of Bassaleg.
  21. II* The Endowed School
    About 80m south west of the Church of St. Cadoc in the centre of Caerleon.
  22. II* Tower to the south west of, and attached to, The Hanbury Arms
    Attached to the south west corner of The Hanbury Arms.
  23. II* Whitson Church
    In churchyard reached by drive approximately 300m E of junction with Whitson Common Road.
  24. II* Whitson Court including attached pavilions and garden walls
    Set back on E side of road 800m S of electricity substation.

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