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Listed Buildings in Rudry, Caerphilly

  1. II 'New Mansion' at Ruperra Home Farm Photos
    On open hillside E of Ruperra Home Farm, and reached by a farm road on W side of minor road between Michaelston-y-Fedw and Draethen.
  2. II 2 The Row,,,Draethen,,,NP1 8UD Photos
    On the N side of the main road through Draethen. No 2 is centre-R in a row of 4.
  3. II 3 Photos
    On the N side of the main road through Draethen. No 3 is centre-L in a row of 4.
  4. II 4 The Row,,,Draethen,,,NP1 8UE Photos
    On the N side of the main road through Draethen. No 4 is at the L (W) end in a row of 4.
  5. II Barn at Gwern Leyshon Farm
    Approximately 1.8km SE of Draethen village, reached by short farm road on E side of a minor road between Draethen and Michaelston-y-Fedw. The barn faces W to the farmyard with house on its N side.
  6. II Barn at Rhydygwern Farm Photos
    On NE side of and at right angles to house, facing the farm yard.
  7. II Bridge Cottage
    Approximately 300m NE of Draethen village and set back from N side of minor road close to Draethen bridge.
  8. II Castellated boundary wall to ha-ha to east and south of Ruperra Castle Photos
    Long section of low boundary wall separating the former pleasure grounds surrounding Ruperra Castle from the parkland beyond. Starts below the summer house and runs roughly south and then west to ter
  9. II Cefn Mably
    Approximately 1.8km WSW of Michaelston-y-Fedw Church, on high ground overlooking River Rhymney and reached by private drive W of minor road between Michaelston-y-Fedw and Rudry.
  10. II Cefn Mably Bridge (also known as Cefn Llwyd Bridge) (partly in Michaelston-y-Fedw Community)
    Road bridge over River Rhymney approximately 1km W of Michaelston-y-Fedw Church and carrying a minor road between Michaelston-y-Fedw and Cefn Mably
  11. II Church of St James, Rudry Photos
    Above S side of a minor road between Caerphilly and Machen, in a large quadrangular churchyard.
  12. II Former Dairy and Laundry to north of Ruperra Castle
    Situated between Ruperra Castle and the stable courtyard and aligned north-south. Ruperra Castle is set in its own grounds and reached from a lane running east from the village of Rudry.
  13. II Generating House and attached workshops to north-west of Ruperra Castle
    Situated immediately to the west of the stable and coach-house courtyard which is close to Ruperra Castle. Ruperra is reached by a lane running east from the village of Rudry.
  14. II Glasshouse to north-east of Ruperra Castle
    Situated approximately 125m uphill to the north-east of Ruperra Castle. Set on a platform site facing south across the former gardens.
  15. II Group of three Moses family chest tombs in churchyard of St James, Rudry Photos
    On SE side of the chancel of St James' Church.
  16. II Gwaun-y-bara
    Approximately 1.7km NNE of Rudry church, reached by private road on E side of a minor road between Rudry and Bedwas.
  17. II Iron Bridge over River Rhymney Photos
    Crossing the River Rhymney approximately 0.9km E of Draethen village and reached by private drive (and footpath) E of a minor road between Draethen and Michaelston-y-Fedw.
  18. II Lime Kilns on Van Road Photos
    Located in an overgrown area immediately adjacent to south side of Van Road, east of a track to Tyn-y-parc.
  19. II Michaelston Bridge (partly in Michaelston-y-Fedw Community)
    Crossing the River Rhymney on N side of Michaelston-y-Fedw village and carrying a minor road between Michaelstone and Draethen.
  20. II Old Church School House Photos
    On N side of a minor road through Rudry immedietaly opposite the parish church.
  21. II Rhydygwern Farm Photos
    On high ground overlooking the Rhymney valley floodplain, approximately 3km NE of Rudry Church, on E side of a minor road between Draethen and Machen.
  22. II* Ruperra Castle Photos
    Approximately 2.5km E of Rudry Church, on high ground above Rhymney valley and reached by private drive W of minor road between Michaelston-y-Fedw and Draethen.
  23. II Stable and coach-house courtyard ranges to north of Ruperra Castle
    This courtyard is to north of Ruperra Castle backing onto the drive below Coed Craig Ruperra. Ruperra is reached from a lane running east from the village of Rudry.
  24. II Summer House to north-east of Ruperra Castle
    Secluded amongst trees approximately 200m north-east of Ruperra Castle due east of the glasshouse. Facing south across the parkland.
  25. II Terraces and ornamental structures to SE of Cefn Mably
    To SE of and downhill from the house, overlooking the extensive wooded parkland toward River Rhymney.
  26. II Walls of former kitchen garden at Cefn Mably
    On W side of house and on N side of drive to Maes-y-bryn, obscured by woodland.
  27. II War Memorial in churchyard of St James, Rudry Photos
    In the churchyard on the N side of the nave of St James' Church facing a minor road.
  28. II Willow Cottage Photos
    On the N side of the main road through Draethen. No 1 is at the R (E) end of the row.

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