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Listed Buildings in Tawe-Uchaf, Powys

  1. II* Craig-y-nos
    In the upper Tawe Valley, the grounds descending to the river, with spectacular views to the surrounding mountains.
  2. II Fountain in Craig-y-nos courtyard
    Standing in the centre of the front courtyard between front entrance and front gates.
  3. II Front courtyard and boundary wall at Craig-y-nos
    The wall creates the front courtyard of Craig-y-nos and the front property boundary facing the road.
  4. II Game Larder at Craig-y-nos and attached length of kitchen garden wall
    Now in the Country Park enclosure, against the N wall of Craig-y-nos garden.
  5. II Garden pavilion at Craig-y-nos
    Set at river level, below and SE of the Castle, the ground rising steeply to the rear.
  6. II Ongur Uchaf (aka Rhongyr Uchaf) including attached barn range and garden walls with gates
    Situated SE of Craig-y-nos and SW of Penwyllt, near the E bank of the River Tawe and reached from a narrow lane branching off the road to Penwyllt.
  7. II Pen-y-Foel Limekilns
    Set into a grassy bank in heavily -quarried upland countryside about 200m S of the former Penwyllt Railway Station and close to W side of disused railway cutting. A large limestone quarry (now disused
  8. II Pont-y-Yard
    Situated some 100m S of the main road, across waste land, and just NW of Yard House.
  9. I Theatre at Craig-y-nos
    The theatre is attached to the NW of the house with entrance from the corner of the front courtyard.
  10. II Yard House
    Located beside a lane leading across Yard Bridge on the south side of the A4067. The cottages are on a precipice over the River Tawe next to the bridge.

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