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Listed Buildings in Whitton, Powys

  1. II Church of St David Photos
    Lies on the edge of Whitton Village, 150 yards north-west from the crossroads just off the B4356 Presteigne - Llangunllo Road.
  2. II* Church of St Mary Photos
    Beautifully located on a prominent platform site on the lower slopes of Bryn Glas, lying just above Pilleth Court and the B4356 Presteigne to Llangunllo road.
  3. II* Church of St Michael Photos
    Secluded setting at the head of the long narrow Cascob valley below the slopes of Radnor Forest. Approached by the valley road from Discoed crossroads.
  4. II Church of St Michael
    Occupies an elevated position in the centre of Discoed, to the south of the castle mound.
  5. II Court Farmhouse
    Set back from the lane leading from Discoed crossroads to Cascob Church, on the lower slopes of Llan-fawr.
  6. II Cwmilward
    Situated at the head of a small valley about half a mile north west of Cascob Church.
  7. II Farm Buildings (A) to E of Pilleth Court
    Lies to east of planned courtyard range.
  8. II Farm Buildings (B) to E of Pilleth Court
    Lies to south of planned courtyard range.
  9. II Farm Buildings (C) to E of Pilleth Court
    Lies to the north of planned courtyard range
  10. II Farm Range (B) at Whitton Court
    Whitton
  11. II Farm Range adjoining Litton on E side
    Continues the line of Litton Court from far gable to road.
  12. II Farm Range at Gwernaffel Farm
    Lies about 100 yds north east of Gwernaffel Farmhouse, formerly part of planned courtyard lay-out.
  13. II Farm Range at Maes Treylow
    Long roadside range with central wing lying to south east of Maes Treylow farmhouse.
  14. II Farm Range attached to Fron-goch
    Whitton
  15. II Farm Range to N of Litton Court
    Sited along the public road and running back opposite the main range.
  16. II Farm Range to SE of Court Farmhouse
    Encloses right side of C19 improved farm complex.
  17. II Farm Range to SW of Court Farmhouse
    Whitton
  18. II Fron-goch Farmhouse
    Lies along the lower slopes of Litton Hill, above the Cascob valley road, half-a-mile from Discoed crossroads. Approached via a long track over fields.
  19. II Gwernaffel Farmhouse
    Set into the hillslope to the south of the A488 Knighton to Bleddfa road, one mile and a half south west of Knighton.
  20. II Litton Court
    Sited gable end on to the Whitton to Evenjobb road, three quarters of a mile north of Discoed crossroads on the eastern side.
  21. II Lower Dyffryn Photos
    Situated midway along the south side of Cascob valley about one and a half miles west of Discoed crossroads.
  22. II* Maes Treylow
    Situated immediately north of Discoed crossroads.
  23. II Nant-y-Groes
    Secluded setting, half a mile north west of Whitton village, approached by a short private drive off the B4356 Llangunllo road.
  24. II Outbuilding Adjacent to Nant-y-Groes
    Stable/barn range to right of house.
  25. II Outbuilding at Yew Treet Farm
    Former U-Shaped range opposite the house; barn and stables survive.
  26. II Outbuildings lying to the N & W of Upper Litton
    Whitton
  27. II Outbuildings to NE of Upper Litton
    Whitton
  28. II Outbuildings to the Walkmill
    Sited opposite the N. gable of the former fulling mill, close to Cascob brook.
  29. II Pilleth Court
    Lies below Pilleth Church, approached via short driveway off the B4356 Presteigne to Llangunllo road just over a mile west of Whitton crossroads.
  30. II Rectory House
    Whitton
  31. II Rectory Outbuilding
    Prominent roadside position in village centre, 90 yards north west of Whitton crossroads on the Llangunllo Road.
  32. II Telephone Call-box adjacent to the churchyard gate at Cascob
    Whitton
  33. II The Old Rectory
    Prominent roadside position in village centre, 90 yards north west of Whitton crossroads on the Llangunllo Road.
  34. II The Schoolhouse
    Lies to the east of and just below Cascob Church adjacent to the churchyard gate. Secluded setting below slopes of Radnor Forest. Victorian Gothic group of buildings.
  35. II The Schoolhouse
    Set back from Whitton-Llangunllo road behind large front garden. In village centre, adjacent to the Charity School.
  36. II The Walkmill
    Secluded position alongside Cascob brook to the north west of Discoed crossroads. Approached via driveway off the Discoed to Cascob road.
  37. II Tiled House
    By the roadside with small front garden (approximately 1 3/4 miles S of Knighton).
  38. II U-Plan Farm Range (A) at Whitton Court
    Barn range lying to the north east of the courtyard grouping, situated immediately to the north of Whitton Court.
  39. II Upper Dyffryn
    Situated midway along the south side of Cascob valley about one-and-a-half miles west of Discoed crossroads.
  40. II* Upper House
    Lies about 100 yards south of Discoed Church.
  41. II Upper Litton Farmhouse
    Secluded position on the northern slopes of Litton Hill and lying above the River Lugg. Approached via a long track from Whitton Bridge.
  42. II Whitton Court
    Lies just off the B4356, quarter of a mile south of Whitton village centre.
  43. II Yew Tree Farmhouse
    Sited down the slope, quarter of a mile east of Discoed crossroads.

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