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Listed Buildings in Old Radnor, Powys

  1. II 2nd Outbuilding to SE of Hoddell Farmhouse
    Adjoining the farmhouse on prominent platform site against hillside.
  2. II Agricultural Ranges of outbuildings at Badland Farm
    Model farm buildings for intensive stock rearing, with symmetrical ranges and 4 enclosed fold yards. Lies to the west of the farmhouse.
  3. II Attached rear outbuilding Range at Horseyard Farm
    Situated to N of farmyard, close to E side of village centre.
  4. II Bache Farmhouse
    On the lower slopes of Bach Hill, nearly 2km SW of Kinnerton.
  5. II Badland Farmhouse
    Situated 0.5km W of Kinnerton.
  6. II Barland
    On N side of Middler Wood about 500m east of Offas Dyke; castle motte about 200m to S.
  7. II Barn attached to Bush Cottage
    Roadside position to NW of crossroads.
  8. II Barn in Farmyard at Hindwell Farm
    The main older ranges of farm buildings lying to NE and E of farmhouse and enclosing 2 sides of yard.
  9. II Barn Range to NW of Upper House
    Farm ranges of later C19 date forming a shallow yard on NW side of farmhouse.
  10. II Barn to rear of Horseyard Farmhouse
    Lying along SE side of farmyard, formerly part of a larger grouping of outbuildings (others recently demolished).
  11. II Bestbrooke Farmhouse
    Situated in meadowland about 1.25 km SW of Kinnerton.
  12. II Bethel Baptist Church
    By roadside on E-W public street through village.
  13. II Bilmore Farmhouse
    Set below the main road with Old Radnor Hill to NW.
  14. II Brook House
    Set lower into hillside across lane to NW of Upper House.
  15. II* Burfa
    Historic hillside location lying below the prehistoric earthworks of Burfa Bank, with 2 castle mottes nearby and Offa's Dyke running in front of the house.
  16. II Bush Cottage and Stable
    Roadside position to NW of crossroads.
  17. II Church of St. Peter Photos
    Occupying an elevated position about 300m N of Evenjobb village; above the road leading to Whitton.
  18. II Court Farmhouse
    Farmhouse, granary and barn under single roof-line, running north-south. About 200m SW of village centre.
  19. II Courtyard Cottages
    Dominating position at village centre crossroads.
  20. II Courtyard Ranges of Farm Buildings to North of Siluria
    These farm ranges at Siluria form a double courtyard immediately to the north of the farmhouse.
  21. II Cowshed/Stable Range to NW of Upper House
    Farm ranges of later C19 date forming a shallow yard on NW side of farmhouse.
  22. II Detached Privy 20m W of Siluria Farmhouse
    In open ground, sited slightly away from main buildings.
  23. II Ditchyeld Bridge
    Carrying the B4362 road from Presteigne to Old and New Radnor over the Hindwell Brook. Road junction with Evenjobb by-road on north bank.
  24. II Evancoyd including attached N Wing
    Small country-house on terraced hillside about half-a-mile NW of Evenjobb.
  25. II Farm Buildings immediately to NW of Burfa
    Old Radnor
  26. II Ffoesidoes, including attached outbuildings round U-Plan yard
    Set into hillside to N of Ednol Hill. Late C19 compact, planned farm steading, virtually unaltered since construction. House and outbuildings form U-shape around central fold yard.
  27. II Former Coach House at East of Barland
    Flanking the entrance to service yard about 200m to E of house.
  28. II Former Granary to stable-yard at Harpton Court
    Former stableblock (now dwelling) backing on to the truncated remains of Harpton Court. Possibly designed by John Nash.
  29. II Former Stable Block to Stable-Yard at Harpton Court
    Former stableblock (now dwelling) backing on to the truncated remains of Harpton Court. Possibly designed by John Nash.
  30. II Former Stable Building Sited 15 yards north of Upper House
    Adjoining small service yard on N side of house.
  31. II Former Station Building close to junction with A44 (Powys County Store)
    Situated on wedge of ground between B4594 and A44 from Kington to Walton.
  32. II Gardener's Cottage about 100m NE of Evancoyd
    Facing N side of driveway to service yard of main house.
  33. II Gate Piers,Walls and Railings at former North Driveway to Harpton Court
    By roadside, flanking former driveway and attached to west side of former lodge.
  34. II Harpton Court
    Set in open countryside midway between Walton and New Radnor.
  35. II Harpton Farmhouse
    Sited about 0.25km NW of Harpton Court.
  36. II Hay Barn about 30m North of Evancoyd Lodge
    Distinctive gable end to road.
  37. II Hindwell Farmhouse
    Old Radnor
  38. II Hoddell Farmhouse
    Occupying a splendid hillside location looking S to Kinnerton.
  39. II Horseyard Farmhouse
    Situated to N of farmyard, close to E side of village centre.
  40. II Kinnerton Court
    Stands in prominent position on high ground adjacent to remains of castle motte.
  41. II L-Plan Outbuildings to NW of Bestbrooker Farmhouse
    L-plan farm ranges lying to W of rear yard at the farmhouse.
  42. II L-Plan Range in Farmyard at Hindwell Farm
    The main older ranges of farm buildings lying to NE and E of farmhouse and enclosing 2 sides of yard.
  43. II L-Plan Range of Outbuildings at Trewern
    L-plan range of farm buildings lying to the south of the house.
  44. II L-Plan Range of outbuildings attached to Barland
    On N side of Middler Wood about 500m east of Offas Dyke; castle motte about 200m to S.
  45. II Lodge at former North driveway to Harpton Court
    By roadside with entrance front facing west and lying within estate boundary.
  46. II Lodge to Evancoyd
    On N side of entrance to Evancoyd driveway.
  47. II Lower Hanter, including continuous Agricultural Range to right
    Sited across lower slopes of valley leading S between Worsell Wood and Hanter Hill.
  48. II Lower House
    Set back to SE of T-junction on E side of village centre.
  49. II* Lower House
    Set back from road about 250m E of junction with A44.
  50. II Newcastle Court
    Dramatic hillside setting above steeply banked terracing. Seat of Major John Whittaker, High Sheriff of Radnorshire in 1809.
  51. II Outbuilding around NW courtyard at Evancoyd
    Three separate ranges (coachhouse attached to rear of house) forming service yard uphill to rear of Evancoyd.
  52. II Outbuilding around NW Courtyard at Evancoyd
    Three separate ranges (coachhouse attached to rear of house) forming service yard uphill to rear of Evancoyd.
  53. II Outbuilding around NW Courtyard at Evancoyd
    Three separate ranges (coachhouse attached to rear of house) forming service yard uphill to rear of Evancoyd.
  54. II Outbuilding Range attached to Court Farmhouse
    Farmhouse, granary and barn under single roof-line, running north-south. About 200m SW of village centre.
  55. II Outbuildings to SE of Hoddell Farmhouse
    Adjoining the farmhouse on prominent platform site against hillside.
  56. II Outbuilidng lying 20m SW of Brook House
    Fronting the lane.
  57. I Parish Church of St Stephen Photos
    Old Radnor
  58. II Range attached to NW of Newcastle Court
    Dramatic hillside setting above steeply banked terracing. Seat of Major John Whittaker, High Sheriff of Radnorshire in 1809.
  59. II School Farmhouse
    Lies in fields immediately south of Gilwern Brook about 200m SW of Weythel Farm.
  60. II Siluria
    Reached along by-way running S from Harpton to Yardro road, Siluria is about 0.75km from both locations.
  61. II Stockwell Farmhouse, including attached Ranges to South Photos
    Sited below Old Radnor Hill, about 250m NE of St Stephen's Church.
  62. II T-Plan Range of outbuildings attached to Siluria
    Reached along by-way running S from Harpton to Yardro road, Siluria is about 0.75km from both locations.
  63. II Telephone Call-box 75m SW of St Stephen's Church
    Prominent roadside location in middle of Old Radnor.
  64. II Telephone Call-box at crossroads opposite churchyard
    In centre of village, on green outside village hall.
  65. II Telephone Call-box at T-junction in centre of village
    Set behind pavement immediately across service road to E of The Harbour and Baptist Chapel.
  66. II The Forge
    Prominent position at village crossroads.
  67. II The Harbour
    Adjacent to east end wall at Baptist Chapel on E-W road through village.
  68. II The Harp Inn Photos
    Sited below Old Radnor Hill and 200m NE of St Stephen's Church.
  69. II Trewern
    Large brick-fronted farmhouse in upland setting about 1.5km W of Weythel.
  70. II U-Plan Ranges of Farm Buildings at Bache Farm
    Arranged loosely in a U-plan or horseshoe-plan to N and W of Bache Farmhouse.
  71. II Upper House
    Part of a farmyard grouping to E of village.
  72. II Upper House
    About 150m NW of Kinnerton motte and 100m SW of church.
  73. II* Walton Court
    In its own grounds close to Riddings Brook and road junction to Old Radnor.
  74. II Woodside Cottage
    In remote location at Lower Dunn's Plantation about 1km NE of Evenjobb centre.
  75. II Yardro Chapel (Calvinistic Methodist) Photos
    At road junction near Yardro and about 1.25km SW of Harpton.

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