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Listed Buildings in Penybont, Powys

  1. II Barn at Llwynburfach Farm
    On sloping site immediately opposite Llwynburfach Farmhouse which is approximately 1km N of Llandegley; E off the by-road, close to Mittil Brook.
  2. II Barn at Lower Llwynburfach Lower Llwynburfach
    On sloping site immediately opposite Llwynburfach Farmhouse, which is approximately 1km N of Llandegley; E off the by-road, close to Mittil Brook.
  3. II Barn range 50m SW of old farmhouse at Vronlase
    Downhill-sited range incorporating barn, stable, granary and wainhouse.
  4. II Brynithon
    Set back from S side of A44 in centre of Penybont village. Prominent roadside position.
  5. II Burton House (formerly the Post Office)
    Lies adjacent to A44 in centre of village, 30 metres E of the Parish Church and abutting the churchyard.
  6. II Carnau
    Lies about 1.2 km (0.75 mile) NW of Llandegley village, set back from main road.
  7. II Church of St Michael
    Isolated setting about 2.5km (1+ miles) E of Llandrindod Wells, close under the banks of Ceffnlys Castle. Formerly the centre of Ceffnlys borough, a now deserted village.
  8. II Church of St Tecla including the Churchyard with Tomb Chests
    Set in a raised churchyard away from main road.
  9. II Cowhouses 100yds SW of the Old Farmhouse at Vronlase
    Penybont
  10. II Ffaldau
    Set back from main road about 0.8km (+ mile) NW of Llandegley village. Lies below the northern slopes of Llandegley Rocks.
  11. II Gabled Outbuilding Range Forward on Right of Maesyfed
    Integrated complex of dwelling-house, former shop and outbuildings occupying prominent roadside position in village centre.
  12. II Graig
    Situated below the northern slopes of Llandegley Rocks about 1.2km (0.75 mile) SW of Llandegley village.
  13. II L Plan Farm Ranges to NW of Little Trewern
    L-plan farm range lying 50 metres NW of the farmhouse.
  14. II Larch Grove Photos
    Situated by roadside about 1.2km (0.75 mile) SW of Llandegley village on E side of main road.
  15. II Little Graig
    Situated below the northern slopes of Llandegley Rocks, about 0.8km (+ mile) SW of Llandegley village.
  16. II Little Trewern Farmhouse
    Lies under the western slope of Radnor Forest at the bottom of Carrog Dingle, about 1.2km (0.75 mile) SE of Llandegley village. Sited across slope.
  17. II Llwynburfach Farmhouse
    Approximately 1km of Llandegley; reached along farm lane E off the by-road to Llanfihangel Rhydithon. On sloping, platformed site close to Mittil Brook.
  18. II Lower Cwm
    Situated on the western edge of the Radnor Forest about 1.6km (1 mile) NE of Llandegley village.
  19. II Lower Llwynburfach Lower Llwynburfach
    Approximately 1km N of Llandegley; reached along farm lane E off the by-road to Llanfihangel Rhydithon.
  20. II Maesyfed
    Integrated complex of dwelling-house, former shop and outbuildings occupying prominent roadside position in village centre.
  21. II Milestone about 150m NW of White House
    Set into grassy verge in open countryside, White House uphill to SE.
  22. II Milestone by roadside on N side of farm road to Llanloggin
    Located to rear of grassy verge close to road junction of farm road with A44.
  23. II Milestone sited approx. 800m NE of Road Junction with A44
    Located on moorland verge of A488.
  24. II Nantddu
    Lies about 2.4km (1+ miles) SW of Llandegley village.
  25. II Neuadd
    Isolated position about 3.25 km (2 miles) SW of Penybont, close on N side to the site of Ceffnlys Castle. The Court Leets of Ceffnlys Borough were held in the house until the mid C19.
  26. II Outbuilding attached to Little Trewern Farmhouse
    Lies under the western slope of Radnor Forest at the bottom of Carrog Dingle, about 1.2km (0.75 mile) SE of Llandegley village. Sited across slope.
  27. II Outbuilding immediately SEof Nantddu farmhouse
    Penybont
  28. II Outbuilding range 30m SW of Graig
    Penybont
  29. II Outbuilding range immediately SE of Lower Cwm
    Penybont
  30. II Outbuildings 10m NE of Little Graig
    Below north slopes of Llandegley Rocks.
  31. II Penybont Hall
    In its own grounds and approached along a private drive, which was formerly the old London to Aberystwyth turnpike road before its realignment in 1834.
  32. II Rhonllwyn
    Lies under the slopes of Coed Swydd, about 1.6km (1 mile) N of Llandegley village.
  33. II Severn Arms Hotel
    Prominent location in village centre with long facade to main road.
  34. II Telephone Call-box opposite Severn Arms Hotel
    Situated behind grass verge and fence in centre of Penybont village, in forecourt of Post Office.
  35. II Telephone Call-box to NE of the Parish Church
    Beside the main road, at the eastern entrance to the village. Prominently sited on the edge of a small circular green immediately NE of St Tecla's Parish Church.
  36. II* The Pales (Quaker Meeting House)
    Elevated position on a western spur of the Radnor Forest, about 1.6km (1 mile) N of Llandegley village.
  37. II Upper Graig (Old House)
    Lies about 1.6km (1 mile) SW of Llandegley village under Llandegley Rocks, set into the slope of a hill.
  38. II Vronlase (The Old Farmhouse)
    Isolated position close under the western slopes of Radnor Forest about 1 mile NE of Llandegley village.
  39. II Wern, including adjoining outbuilding range
    Isolated setting about 2.4 km (1+ miles) NE of Llandegley village.
  40. II Y-friallen
    Lies opposite the Parish Church in the centre of Llandegley village.
  41. II Yard ranges attached to rear of Severn Arms
    Prominent location in village centre with long facade to main road.

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