IIAwel-y-mor Situated on the north side of a track running north-eastwards off the west end of the road from Croesywaun to Groeslon; low rubblestone boundary wall defines likely extent of original garden area.
IIBryn Eden and terrace walls to front Situated on rising ground to the south side of the main road between Caernarfon and Waunfawr; the house has a terraced garden in front with a rubblestone revetment wall and terracotta balustrade, exte
IIBryn Eglwys Located to the south-west of Penrhos on the old road between Caeathro and Bontnewydd, which has now largely been superseded by the by-pass to the south-east.
IICae Glas Former farmhouse and farm buildings occupying a prominent roadside position in a roughly rectangular rubble-walled field enclosure (partly replaced by a fence to south-west boundary) on south-west sid
IICapel Croesywaun Located on the main road running through Croesywaun with the Sunday School/Vestry adjacent; narrow forecourt has low rubble wall with slate coping, fleur-de-lys iron railings and decorated double gate
IIEngine house Situated in the middle of the former Garreg Fawr Slate Quarry at the head of a steep incline, much of which is submerged under slate waste.
IIGate piers and walls at entrance to Glan Gwna Hall Located on the north side of Ffordd Waenfawr at the main entrance to Glan Gwna Hall; the walls run from Grand Lodge to the west, break at the main entrance, turn to the north at the cross-roads in Cae
II*Glan Gwna Hall Situated to the north of Ffordd Waenfawr in its own landscaped grounds, most of which are now occupied by the chalets and other structures associated with Glan Gwna Holiday Park.
IIGrand Lodge to Glan Gwna Hall Located on the north side of Ffordd Waenfawr (Waenfawr Road) to the west of Caeathro at the former south-western entrance to Glan Gwna Hall.
IILlys Awel Situated just below the road with a rubble-walled footpath running in front of the building.
IIMilestone Situated on the north-east side of Ffordd Waenfawr (Waenfawr Road) between Caeathro and Waunfawr.
IIMilestone Situated on Ffordd Waenfawr (Waenfawr Road) immediately to the north-west of Croesywaun; set in a low rubblestone block field boundary wall.
IIMilestone Situated on the north side of Ffordd Waenfawr (Waenfawr Road) between Caeathro and Caernarfon; set in a low rubblestone field boundary wall.
II*Plas Glan-yr-Afon Located on the north side of a long, rough track running south-eastwards towards Waenfawr from the road between Bontnewydd and Caeathro; the house is separated from its farmbuildings by a rubblestone
IITegannedd, Ty Capel and Sunday School/Vestry Situated adjacent to Capel Croesywaun on the main road running through the settlement; fleur-de-lys iron railings on stone plinth to front gardens and in front of Sunday School; decorated iron gates a
IITy Newydd Situated on its own among small pasture fields off the south side of a track running north-eastwards from the A 4085 to the north-west of Croesywaun; low rubblestone wall to front with decorated iron
IITy'n Twll Situated on the west side of a track running north-eastwards off the west end of the road from Croesywaun to Groeslon.
IITy-Hen Situated on the north-east side of the main road (A 4085) running through Waunfawr; attached to back wall of later house, which comprises the main part of the property known as Ty-Hen.
IITy-isaf Situated in pasture fields approximately 120m to the south-west of the farm at Garreg Fawr within an irregularly shaped rubble-walled enclosure, incorporating the ruins of several outbuildings.
IIWar Memorial Situated on the north-east side of the main road (A 4085) running through Waunfawr a little to the south-east of the T-junction with the road leading to the village school.
II*Wern Situated at the end of a drive-way off the south-east side of the road by-passing Caeathro between Pont-rug and Bontnewydd; low rubblestone wall to front of main range with square piers and iron gate
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