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Listed Buildings in Ynysddu, Caerphilly

  1. II Brynysgawen and attached farm range
    On the W hillside of the Sirhowy Valley due W of Ynysddu, reached by the mountain road from Gelli-groes, and along a farm track.
  2. II Caerllwyn Isaf and attached byre/stable
    On the W flank of Mynyddislwyn, close to the N/S mountain road which leads S to Cwmfelinfach in the Sirhowy Valley; stands in a walled and gated enclosure with stone stile to field.
  3. II Capel y Babell
    On the S boundary of Cwmfelin-fach and a short way N of the Sirhowy River, in a maintained open space, a walled graveyard adjoining to E.
  4. II* Church of St Tudor Mynyddislwyn
    On the crest of Mynyddislwyn, surrounded by a walled churchyard.
  5. II Former Penllwyn Tramroad Viaduct at Nine Mile Point
    Crosses the River Sirhowy at Nine Mile Point, SE of Brynawel and SW of Wattsville.
  6. II Glebe Farm
    On the S flank of Mynyddislwyn, off the E side of the lane leading S to Cwmfelin-fach, and reached by a farm track across fields.
  7. II Islwyn Monument in Babell Cemetery Photos
    Close to the front wall of Babell chapel within the walled cemetery.
  8. II Lychgate at St Tudor's Church Mynyddislwyn
    On the N side of the churchyard adjacent to the Church Inn, forming the main entrance to the walled churchyard.
  9. II Stable block at Brynysgawen
    On the opposite side of the farmyard to the farmhouse and barn range.
  10. II Telephone Call-box outside Pioneer Hotel
    In front of the Pioneer Hotel to left side.
  11. II The Pioneer Hotel
    Right in the centre of Cwmfelin-fach at the junction of five roads.
  12. II Ton-eithin
    Just E of the crest of Mynyddislwyn, SE of the church, on the upper slope of Nant Hafod-Tudur, reached by a long farm track.
  13. II Ty'n-y-ffynnon
    High on the S slope of the Sirhowy Valley above Wattsville, reached by the mountain road running below the crest of Mynydd Grug and then down a farm track.

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