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Listed Buildings in Tref Alaw, Isle of Anglesey

  1. II Bodwigan and attached agricultural range
    In an isolated rural location, reached by private trackway W of the country road between Bodedern and Llanrhyddlad. Bodwigan is located c350m NW of Llynon Hall and c1.5km WSW of the church in the vil
  2. II* Church of St Afran, St Ieuan and St Sannan
    In an isolated rural location set within a sub-rectangular churchyard W of the farmstead at Ty-mawr. Set well back from the SW side of a country road, the church is located c1.5km NW of the new churc
  3. II Church of St Cynfarwy
    Within a rectangular churchyard set back from SE side of the B5112; S of the staggered junction at the centre of the small hamlet of Llechynfarwy.
  4. II* Church of St Pabo Photos
    Set within a circular churchyard at the SE side of a country road between Llechcynfarwy and Carreglefn.
  5. II Fferam-gyd
    Set back from the W side of the country road leading from Llechcynfarwy to Carreglefn; the house is located c275m NNE of the Church of St Pabo.
  6. II Former Smithy at Glan Hafren
    Slightly set back from a country road leading between the villages of Llantrisant and Llanddeusant; located c800m SSE of the church at Llanddeusant and c25m due E of Glan Hafren.
  7. II Glan Hafren
    Set at right angles to a country road leading between the villages of Llantrisant and Llanddeusant and close to Pont Hafren, spanning the Afon Alaw; located c800m SSE of the church at Llanddeusant.
  8. II Llynon Hall
    Set back, within private grounds, from the W side of the country road between Bodedern and Llanrhyddlad; the hall is located c1.25km SW of the Church of St Marcellus and St Marcellinus in the village
  9. II Lodge at Llynon Hall
    Set at the W side of the country road between Bodedern and Llanrhyddlad, the lodge/gatehouse is on the S side of the N approach to Llynon Hall; located c200m NE of the hall and c1km WSW of the church
  10. II Melin Geirn and attached agricultural ranges
    In an isolated rural location, set back from the W side of the country road between the villages of Llechcynfarwy and Carmel; located c800m NNE of the Church of St Cynfarwy.
  11. II* Melin Llynon Photos
    Set back from the N side of a country road leading W from the village of Llanddeusant, the mill is located c500m W of the Church of St Marcellus and St Marcellinus.
  12. II* Melyn Hywel
    Set back from the N side of the country road between the villages of Llanddeusant and Llantrisant, the mill is located c950m SE of the Church of St Marcellus and St Marcellinus in the village of Lland
  13. II Pont Hafren
    Spanning the Afon Alaw, the boundary between the parishes of Llanddeusant and Llantrisant, Pont Hafren carries the country road between the villages of the same name; c850m SSE of the Church of St Mar
  14. II Pont Henbont
    Spanning the Afon Alaw, the boundary between the parishes of Llanddeusant and Llantrisant, Pont Henbont carries the road leading to the S end of the small hamlet of Elim, SE of Llanddeusant.
  15. II Schoolroom and stable range at Elim Chapel
    Located at the W side of the country road through the small hamlet of Elim, SE of Llanddeusant; the schoolroom and stable range is directly S of Elim Chapel at the S end of the hamlet.
  16. II* Tre'r Ddol
    In an isolated rural location, reached by private trackway leading N of a country road W of Llechcynfarwy; the house is located c1km ENE of the Church of St Cynfarway
  17. II Ty'r Felin
    Reached by private trackway and set back from the N side of a country road leading W from the village of Llanddeusant. The house is located c50m NNW of Llynon mill and c500m W of the Church of St Mar
  18. II Tyn Cae Elim
    Located at the W side of the country road through the small hamlet of Elim, SE of Llanddeusant; Tyn Cae is at the N end of the hamlet and adjacent to Llain Delyn.

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