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Listed Buildings in Pen-y-Bont-Fawr, Powys

  1. II Arllen-fawr (formerly Garthgelynen-fawr)
    To the south side of the minor road from Penybontfawr to Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, about 1 km east-north-east of the village of Penybontfawr.
  2. II Barn at Glanhafan-fawr
    To south of the house at Glanhafan-fawr.
  3. II Barn Range at Cwmwr-uchaf
    Approximately 50 m to east of Cwmwr-uchaf farmhouse, about 2km W of Pen-y-bont-fawr, to N of B4396.
  4. II Cwmwr-uchaf
    About 2km W of Penybontfawr, to N of B4396.
  5. II Eiranfa with Post Office
    At north side of the village street in Penybontfawr.
  6. II Farm Buildings beside Penybont Farm
    At south side of street in the village of Penybontfawr.
  7. II Farmhouse with attached Cruck Barn at Peniarth-uchaf
    In the farmyard of Peniarth-uchaf, reached by a minor road and a farm lane about 1 km west of the village of Penybontfawr.
  8. II Former School
    In the village of Penybontfawr about 60 m south-east of the church of St Thomas.
  9. II Glanhafan-fawr farmhouse
    At the rear of a farmyard at the east side of the Tanat Valley, reached by the B4391; about 2 km north-west of the village of Penybontfawr. Front garden with low wall.
  10. II Old Rectory, Hirnant
    At the rear of the church of St Illog, in the hamlet of Hirnant.
  11. II Parc Farmhouse
    Half a kilometre east of Penybontfawr village, to the south of the B4391.
  12. II Parish Church of St Thomas
    At west of the village of Penybontfawr, in a large stone-walled churchyard.
  13. II Penybont Farm, Pen-y-bont-fawr
    To south side of street in the village of Penybontfawr, reached by a short drive opposite Capel Bethania. Cobbled margin to forecourt.
  14. II Plas-newydd (former vicarage)
    50 m west of the parish church of St Thomas, in private grounds with low stone wall to front; former stables to rear.
  15. II Pont Farrog
    Carrying the B391 road over the Afon Tanat in the village of Penybontfawr.
  16. II Railway Inn
    At north side of the village street, Penybontfawr.
  17. II Siambr-wen
    To the west side of the minor road from Penybontfawr to Cwm Fedw, about 1 km south-west of the village.
  18. II Telephone Call Box opposite Railway Inn
    Set back on pavement opposite Railway Inn
  19. II Ty'n-y-caeau
    Reached by a farm track south from the B4391, about 300 m west of Pont Farrog, Penybontfawr.
  20. II Ty'n-y-llan
    50 m south-west of St Illog's church, in the hamlet of Hirnant. Small front enclosure with low stone wall.
  21. II Ty-brith
    At the roadside at north of the B4396, 1 km north-east of the church of St Illog. Small walled enclosure at front with entrance at side; nearby partly ruinous farm buildings.
  22. II Ty-isaf farmhouse
    Reached by a farm track to the south of a minor road off the Penybontfawr to Hirnant road; about 1½ km south west of Penybontfawr village.

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