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Listed Buildings in Tremeirchion, Denbighshire

  1. II* Bach-y-graig Farmhouse
    About 2 km south-west of Tremerchion Parish Church. Bachygraig is approached from the Denbigh side by a private lane starting at Pont-y-Cambwll. Older farmyard buildings at left, terraced lawn at fron
  2. II Bach-y-graig North East Farm Range
    In the farmyard of Bach-y-graig.
  3. II* Bach-y-graig South East Farm Range
    In the farmyard of Bach-y-graig
  4. II Bach-y-graig South West Farm Range
    In the farmyard of Bach-y-graig
  5. II Bennar
    On east side of Heol-y-brenin, set back from street with terraced lawns to front.
  6. II* Brynbella
    To south west of Tremeirchion village in extensive private grounds. Approach at east side, landscaped park and garden terracing at west side.
  7. II Brynbella South Lodge and Gates
    At south gate of Brynbella
  8. II Brynbella Stables
    Detached group of buildings around a stable yard, to the north of Brynbella.
  9. II Brynbella Upper Lodge (Top Lodge) and Gates
    At north gate of Brynbella
  10. II Bryngwyn-mawr Farmhouse
    Set back at the east side of a minor road about 2 km north-north-east of Tremeirchion Parish Church.
  11. II* Church of Corpus Christi (Holy Trinity)
    In the village of Tremeirchion. The churchyard (extended 1864) is walled in similar stone without coping; gate to west, lychgate to south; war memorial to west.
  12. II Enclosed pool and well head at Ffynnon Beuno
    At the north-west corner of Ffynnon Beuno farmhouse, facing the road.
  13. II Garden steps parallel to south front of St Beuno's (Lower Part)
    About 20 m south of St Beuno's College, on the axis of a formal garden.
  14. II Garden steps parallel to south front of St Beuno's (Upper Part)
    About 20 m south of St Beuno's College, on the axis of a formal garden.
  15. II Glanyrafon
    At north of road in centre of Rhuallt Village. Front garden with ornamental C19 gates rehung in a modern stone wall.
  16. II* Henblas Hall
    At west side of the B5429 Tremeirchion to Bodfari Road, 1 km south of Tremeirchion Parish Church
  17. II Limekiln at Graig Tremerchion
    To east of the B5429 about 1 km south of Tremeirchion Parish Church, reached through the grounds of New Inn Cottage; disused quarry to rear.
  18. II Lychgate of Tremeirchion Parish Church
    At the south of the churchyard
  19. II Nantlys
    Reached by a drive to the south-west of the road from Tremeirchion to Bodfari
  20. II Nantlys Coach House
    Facing stable yard immediately north-west of Nantlys. The stable yard has a stone-coped brick perimeter wall.
  21. II Nantlys Lodge
    1.5 km south of Tremeirchion Parish Church, at the north side of the lane to Nantlys.
  22. II Nantlys Stable Range
    Facing stable yard immediately north-west of Nantlys. The stable yard has a stone-coped brick perimeter wall.
  23. II Old School (now Village Hall)
    In the forecourt of the Salusbury Arms, 30 m south-east of the Parish Church.
  24. II Pennant Lead Mine Winding Engine House
    Beside an unclassified road, about 150 m east of Pennant Uchaf Farmyard, and 1½ km east of Rhuallt crossroads.
  25. II Pistyll
    Set back on east side of Tremeirchion Road, Rhuallt, to rear of former croquet lawn terracing.
  26. II Plumgate (otherwise Delfryn)
    1.5 km south of Tremeirchion Parish Church, on the west side of the Bodfari Road, to the north of the drive to Nantlys. One wall of a former walled garden survives to the north-west of the house.
  27. II Pont-y-cambwll
    Carrying the Tremeirchion to Denbigh road across the River Clwyd, about ½ km south-west of Bach-y-graig.
  28. II Rhuallt Administrative Education Centre (Former Rhuallt Village School)
    At south side of Holywell Road in the village of Rhuallt. Iron railings around playground, set at front on a low wall with gates between stone piers.
  29. II* St Beuno's College
    On high ground to the east of the B5249 Cwm to Bodfari road
  30. II Sundial pillar in Tremeirchion Churchyard
    Close to porch of Tremeirchion Parish Church
  31. II Terrace retaining wall parallel to west front of St Beuno's
    15 m from the west wall of St Beuno's College.
  32. II The Old Smithy
    Former Cottage and Smithy at south end of the village of Tremeirchion, to the east side of the road to Brynbella
  33. II The Rock Chapel
    In woods at Garreg-fawr, 500 m south of St Beuno's College; a very conspicuous landmark seen across a valley from Tremeirchion village.
  34. II The Tremeirchion Cross
    Formerly at St Beuno's College, in the north courtyard (now in Chester pending relocation)
  35. II Tremeirchion Voluntary Primary School and School
    To the west of Tremeirchion parish church, with small asphalted playground to front. Caretaker's or former teacher's cottage to left.
  36. II Tremeirchion War Memorial
    At the west side of Tremeirchion churchyard, facing the school carpark.
  37. II Ty-mawr Boundary Wall facing Tremeirchion Road
    At the west side of the Tremeirchion Road at the front of the early set of Ty-mawr farm buildings
  38. II Ty-mawr Farm Buildings at North of Yard
    Forming the north side of the square of Ty-mawr farm buildings, facing the central midden.
  39. II Ty-mawr Farm Buildings at South of Yard
    Forming the south side of the square of Ty-mawr farm buildings, facing the central midden.
  40. II Ty-mawr Farm Buildings at West of Yard
    Forming the west side of the square of Ty-mawr farm buildings, facing the central midden.
  41. II Ty-mawr Farmhouse
    About ½ km south of St Beuno's College, on the west side of the B5429 Tremeirchion Road.

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