IIBarn at Pendre Farm Located on the SW side of the farmyard, facing the gable end of the earlier farmhouse.
IIBarn Range at Tregunter Farm The barns are located on the W side of the large farmyard, attached to the back of the farmhouse, extending approximately 57m to the N, whence continued by a later building at a lower level.
IIBridge House Located along the left (W) bank of the River Enig, immediately N of Talgarth Bridge.
IIBrynglwys Located opposite church gates, on the corner of Back Lane, and attached to Rosendaal. Short front garden enclosed by railings set on a low stone wall.
IGatehouse to Great Porthamel Located axially on the approach to Great Porthamel farmhouse, below the NW side of the main road from Talgarth to Hay.
IIGlanant Located along the left (W) bank of the River Enig, immediately N of Talgarth Bridge.
IIGreat House Located S and backing on to Cottage Road, within its own grounds, set gable end on to the main road.
IIGreat House Barn Large 'L'-plan red brick farm building in rubble-walled yard, beside the A.479 and River Enig running NW from the centre of Talgarth. New Street lies to the N, and Cottage Lane to the S.
IIOld Farmhouse at Gwrlodde Located on a NE facing slope, on the S side of its farmyard, with access by farm road off the minor road from Talgarth to Pengenffordd. The farmhouse is on a cut platform on the upper end of the slop
IIOld Post Office On the south side of the junction of High Street and Bell Street.
IIOld Radnor Arms Located on the western edge of the village, set into a slight slope.
IIPendre Farmhouse Located at the end of the farm track, below SE entrance to the scheduled promontory fort, Talgarth Camp.
IIPhoenix House (Black Mountain Interiors) At the north-east end of the High Street, set back slightly from the road behind a raised pavement and railings, approximately 50m from the corner of Bell Street and the Enig Bridge.
IIRhos Farmhouse Located on an elevated plateau, former moorland, in the angle of a minor road running below Y Grib.
IIRosendaal Attached to the NE end of Brynglwys, forming a terrace of two facing the churchyard.
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