II*Cart Shed, Leighton Farm Situated within the main group of buildings at Leighton Farm. The Cart Shed stands immediately W of the former Root Shed and N of Maes-y-Gro. On its W side is a small yard with farm road.
II*Castle Farm farmhouse On the E side of Pencelli village surrounded on 3 sides by the former castle earthworks with the canal bordering these to N.
II*Cefn Bryntalch Hall Located in a sheltered position near the top of a wooded hill which overlooks the Severn Valley. Close to a motte and bailey castle. The house is approached by a sweeping drive and is surrounded by
II*Cefndyrys In its own grounds on the W side of the A483, overlooking Builth Wells approximately 2km to the S.
II*Cefnllyfnog Farmhouse Reached by a farm track from a minor road, about 2 km north-east of Bwlch-y-cibau.
II*Cemmaes Bychan Located at the end of a short track off the W side of the road, close to the River Dovey.
II*Christ Church On the edge of Powis Castle Park, prominently sited above the town.
II*Church of All Saints Isolated building high up on Long Mountain and situated E of a minor road between Leighton and Marton. The church is reached down a private track and has a woodland plantation to its E.
II*Church of St Cewydd Within a churchyard on the S side of the road through the village and on the N side of the River Edw.
II*Church of St Curig On the SW side of the village, reached from the main road and set down towards the N bank of the River Wye.
II*Church of St Cynllo Occupying a steep site in the centre of the village, on the S side of the B4356
II*Church of St Cynyw In the hamlet of Llangyniew, about 4 km south-east of Pontrobert. Churchyard originally circular, extended in 1926 and defined by walls and railings. The building is oriented north-east (but conventio
II*Church of St David Elevated and largely isolated setting. The church is set into the hill slope above the by-road from Gladestry to Glascwm.
II*Church of St David In a churchyard above and on the W side of the main road through the hamlet.
II*Church of St David Located in an exceptional setting in the Irfon valley just above the confluence with the Nant Lletgwial. Set in a large circular churchyard with many monuments.
II*Church of St Dogfan In the village of Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, in a large churchyard now principally entered by a C20 lychgate at north; stone churchyard wall and railings. Gates at west and south.
II*Church of St Dyfrig Prominently sited in a raised circular churchyard on the NW side of the village.
II*Church of St Ffraid At north-east of the village, in an elevated situation; churchyard mostly stone-walled, with iron gates. Iron railings at Vicarage side. Sundial near porch.
II*Church of St Michael and All Angels The church stands centrally in the formerly oval churchyard, at the centre of the village. The churchyard, which was extended c.1926, has a lych-gate (q.v.) and a granite war memorial in the S corner
II*Church of St Padarn In a churchyard on the W side of the road approximately 0.6km S of the main road junction in Crossgates.
II*Church of St Paulinus Situated in the centre of Llangors Village on low lying ground bordered on N by Nant Cwy; in a rectangular churchyard, partly walled, entered through gate at SW.
II*Church of St Tetta In the scattered hamlet of Llanddetty, E of the canal and the valley road and close to the S bank of the River Usk; reached by a path down through the sloping churchyard from lychgate by road.
II*Church of St Trunio Located on S side of road, at centre of village, within its large churchyard.
II*Church of St. Garmon In a circular churchyard at the centre of the village of Llanfechain. Stone churchyard wall, lychgate at south. Sundial shaft near path to church.
II*Church of the Holy Trinity, Leighton Prominently sited on E side of the Severn valley, beside a minor road on E side of B4388, and at N entrance to Leighton Farm. The church is sited within a walled churchyard.
II*Church to St Teilo At the N side of a banked circular churchyard high above the River Wye.
II*Cruck-framed farm-building at Ystum Colwyn Ystum Colwyn Farm is at the eastern angle of the junction of the A490 and the A495 NE of Meifod. The cruck-framed farm-buildings bounds the SW side of the farmyard, SE of the house.
II*Cwm y Dwrgi Located about 6km SE of Machynlleth, in a remote situation above a minor road which runs S from Forge.
II*Cwmhir Abbey In a field approximately 250m SSE of the parish church and on the N side of the Clywedog Brook.
II*Cwrt Llangattock Situated on the NW edge of Llangattock village, 0.15km from the church, and on the W side of the lane leading to Dardy.
II*Dol-Llys Hall Reached from the by-road that branches NE off the Trefeglwys road (B 4569) about 1 mile from the town; short straight drive up to the house which is set in extensive wooded grounds with lake.
II*Dolforgan Hall Located on the valley bottom at the end of a driveway leading off the main road 1km W of Kerry village, and set amid its former estate, with stable building, formal garden, and shrubbery.
II*Dolobran Hall 1 km west of Pontrobert village, reached by a lane to the north of the Pontrobert to Mathrafal road. Farmyard at north and west (including listed farm building), garden to south.
II*Downton House Lies in open farmland north of the A44, 1.5km east of New Radnor.
II*Eglwys Oen Duw On the E side of a minor road between Beulah and Abergwesyn, approximately 1.2km NW of Beulah village.
II*Esgair Llewelyn Located in an upland position in a clearing in the Dyfi Forest and reached by lanes and tracks running N from the B4404 at Mathafarn.
II*Far Hall Approximately 1.6km NNE of Dolau hamlet, reached from the S by a farm road through Tregrugyn Farm.
II*Felin Senni Situated on the N side of Heol Senni down short drive off the road to Defynnog.
II*Ffinnant Farmhouse At the boundary between Llansantffraid and LLanfechain Communities. Reached along farm lane off N side of B4393, beside Foel Hill, approximately 1km W of Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain. Faces N across fa
II*Former Root Shed, Leighton Farm Situated at the SE corner of Leighton Farm and at the corner of a junction of minor roads through Leighton. The former Root Shed has a brick wall with stone coping on its east side.
II*Henblas Just south of the River Tanat, about 1½ km west of Pont Llangedwyn.
II*Henfache To the north of the farmyard of Henfache, about 1 km north of the village of Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant.
II*Ivy Towers Set back from the road behind front garden with gable end to High Street beside the Dragon Hotel; part of a specially good group of early Georgian buildings along with the Dragon Hotel and Latham Hous
II*Latham House At the end of a continuous row of frontages, detached to the right. Part of a specially good group of early Georgian houses along with the Dragon Hotel and Ivy Towers.
II*Lawn Farm Approximately 3.5km SSE of Beguildy, on the N side of a minor road on the W side of the B4355.
II*Limekilns at Brynhyfryd On the S bank of the Canal, within the grounds of Brynhyfryd, on the E edge of the village of Talybont.
II*Little Malt House Set back from the road behind front garden entered between plain rubble gate piers. The house occupies the right hand two bays of the frontage set between the Malt House and Upper House Farmhouse; pa
II*Llan Wysg Situated to the NW of Dardy hamlet, on the N side of the B4558 road, where the ground slopes down to the River Usk. The house is approached by a driveway from the SE.
II*Llanddewi Hall Set back on the E side of the road through the village approximately 100m NNE of the parish church.
II*Llandinam Bridge Set at right angles to the main A.470 on the northern edge of Llandinam village, and carrying the by-road west over the River Severn.
II*Llandrinio Hall The house lies 600m W of the parish church, at the end of the an avenue of trees planted c.1920.
II*Llanerch Brochwell Located on a platform site overlooking the Guilsfield Brook valley, with an access drive from the junction with Laundry Lane.
II*Llanerchydol Hall In parkland between the Llanfair and Llanfyllin Roads to the W of Welshpool.
II*Llangoed Hall Located on a raised terrace on the floor of the Wye valley, within its own 4 hectares grounds and formerly associated farmland, and having staff housing and stable court to the NNE, separately listed.
II*Llangwathan Farmhouse The house is situated off a narrow lane leading south from Cusop, over the Dulas Brook on a private track.
II*Llannerch-y-Cawr To the SW of Dolymynach reservoir and reached by farm road S of the unclassified road to the Claerwen reservoir.
II*Llwyn Melyn Farmhouse Located on a strategic raised site in the centre of the Pwll Bychan valley between the high land masses of the Breidden and Long Mountain.
II*Llwyn-onn, Tanat Valley To the north side of the Afon Tanat, about 2 km east of the village of Llangynog. The upper part of the house is sunk in a hollow and the lower part of the house is built on a raised platform.
II*Llwyncyntefin Situated some 300m N of Pont Llwyncyntefin on E side of road to Pentre'rfelin.
II*Llynlloedd Reached up a track SE from Heol Maengwyn. Set in its own grounds to SE of Plas Machynlleth.
II*Llyswen Located at the end of Llyswen Lane, on high ground overlooking the Llyswen Dingle to the S.
II*Lock Road Bridge Situated some 200m S of the A40, carrying the road to Llanfrynach across the river Usk.
II*Lower cil Farmhouse Set back on the E side of the Castle Caereinion Road, beyond Cil Chapel, 1km approx. NW of Berriew village.
II*Lower House Set back from road about 250m E of junction with A44.
II*Lower Rabber Lies 2.4 km E of Gladestry close to the English border and to N of Huntington Castle.
II*Maes Mawr On low lying ground E of the Caerfanell river and on the E edge of the village of Talybont, reached off the B4558.
II*Maes Treylow Situated immediately north of Discoed crossroads.
II*Maesmawr Hall Located in a narrow valley, approached by a long driveway from Maesmawr Road, and is set in its own landscaped grounds.
II*Maesmawr Hall Hotel The hotel is located in the Severn valley bottom, at the end of a formal axial drive off the main Newtown to Llanidloes Road, 700m E of the junction with the A.470 to Machynlleth and level crossing.
II*Middle Maestorglwydd Barn The barn stands adjacent and at an angle to the lane, some 250 metres NNE of Middle Maestorglwydd.
II*Middle Maestorglwydd House The house stands set back from the lane and at an angle to it, roughly opposite traditional farm buildings and attached to another.
II*Mill and Tank House, Leighton Farm Towards N end of Leighton Farm with Piggery and Sheep Shed to N, farm road and Stockyards I and II to S, and with Granary attached to S side above the road.
II*Plâs Dinam Plâs Dinam stands on an elevated plateau above the valley of the Severn, approximately 1Km N of the village centre. It is approached from a formal driveway from the A.470 Caersws to Llanidloes road.
II*Plas Llangattwg Located at the N end of the village, 0.15km from the church. The house is situated within oval-shaped gardens, the road curving round them to the SE. Ornate cast iron gates on the roadside lead to a
II*Plas-uchaf In private grounds to the north of the B4396 about 1 km west of Llangedwyn Hall.
II*Plasau duon The farmhouse is located on a platform above the left bank of the Afon Carno, on a farm road leading off the lane from the A.470 to Bwlch-y-garreg.
II*Plasnewydd Situated on a minor road between Carno and Maesypandy, approximately 0.75km E of Carno church. The house is built on a sloping site, and faces a yard to the N flanked by C19 farm buildings, beyond wh
II*Primary House at Rhos Fawr Isaf In the hills that run between the Vyrnwy and Cwm Nant y meichiad, some 2.5km NW of Meifod. The building is down-hill sited, occupying a prominent rock spur to the SE of the later farmhouse.
II*Priory Mill In the valley of the Afon Honddu below the Hay Road on the NE edge of Brecon just E of the river.
II*Stockyard I, Leighton Farm On the E side of Leighton Farm with a farm road to N, a minor road to E, a Fodder Storage Building to S. The upper level of the W range is the Granary attached to the Threshing Barn and Mill and is t
II*Stockyard II, Leighton Farm On the W side of Leighton Farm with Stockyard III to W, Hay Storage Building to S. The upper level of the E range is the Granary attached to the Threshing Barn and Mill. The E range is also the part
II*Stockyard III, Leighton Farm On the W side of Leighton Farm with a farm road on N and W sides. On E side is Stockyard II and Hay Storage Building; to S are further stockhouses.
II*The Malt House Set well back from the road and reached by a driveway to W or by the same S approach as the Little Malt House; walled garden to the W. The Granary adjoins to S and the Little Malt House to E; the hou
II*Trefnant Hall The farm is located on a raised plateau approximately 200m N of the lane leading SW from Welshpool.
II*Trericket Mill Situated 3.2 km N of Llyswen village, below the main road at the border between Bronllys and Erwood Communities, and Brecknock and Radnor Districts. Besides the Sgithen Brook.
II*Tretower Court Barn 100m S of Tretower church and on E side of a minor road opposite Tretower Court.
II*Trewern Hall The house lies off the N side of the A 458(T), on a low spur in the flood plain of the River Severn valley, from which it is partially protected by the dykes erected after the 'Argae Act' of 1788 and
II*Two granaries at Ty Mawr Standing side by side and linked by a screen wall. Forming the S side of a courtyard for Ty Mawr, reached by a farm track.
II*Ty Faenor On the E side of a minor road between Abbey Cwmhir and Llananno, approximately 1.7km E of the parish church.
II*Ty Mawr Situated in the village of Llanfrynach to E of the churchyard
II*Ty Mawr Stands in a low spot 100 yards E of Llanigon Church, with farmyard and ranges to N.
II*Ty Mawr Located at the end of a track off a no-through road which follows the Nant y Bachws, a tributary of Afon Trannon. On low-lying ground and approx. 1.8km SW of Trefeglwys.
II*Ty-newydd To east of farm buildings, 1 km south of the village of Llansilin.
II*Tyddyn Cynar Reached by a track to the south of the minor road from Llangadwaladr to Rhydycroesau.
II*Tynllyne Farmhouse The house is situated next to its own farm buildings in an elevated position 1750 metres WSW of Llanigon Church.
II*Tynyllwyn Approximately 200m SE of Partrishow church and reached by footpaths from church and on W side of a minor road to Grwyne Fawr reservoir.
II*Upper Dolley House Approached down a side road running south from Dolley Green and reached through a courtyard of outbuildings.
II*Upper House Set into the east rampart of the castle bailey.
II*Upper House Lies about 100 yards south of Discoed Church.
II*Upper House Farmhouse Situated at the E end of a U-plan group of buildings; at right angles to and adjoining the Little Malt House; gable end set back from the road and front with low walled forecourt overlooking rectangul
II*Upper Skynlais (Sgyn-las) Farmhouse The farmhouse is located at the end of a farm lane leading NW from Cwmbach. It stands on the brow of a hill, with its farm buildings on the lower E side.
II*Vaynor Park On high ground to the SW of Berriew village, in a landscaped park.
II*Y Dderw Located at the head of the driveway off the main Llyswen to Hay road, on level ground in the floodplain of the River Wye.
II*Y Gribyn Located off the W side of a lane which runs NW up the hillside from Llawr y Glyn; approx 0.8km from the village.
II*Ystradfaelog Located on the W side of a lane which runs N off the B4569 towards Clatter.
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