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Listed Buildings in Ysbyty Ystwyth, Ceredigion

  1. II Bronheulog
    Situated some 200m S of the Old Post Office, facing rear of Gwynfryn/Isfryn, on the Lefel Fawr mine-working site.
  2. II Bronygraig
    Situated on terrace overlooking B4343, behind the Old Post Office on lane to Capel Bethel.
  3. II Cottage and outbuilding at Glyn Berws
    Situated E of Glyn Berws down short track from Tan Gelli, W of main road.
  4. II Cottage to SE of Pantyrhedyn
    Situated some 800m E of village, on track to Pantyrhedyn running N from lane to Storehouse farm.
  5. II Entrance arch to the Lefel Fawr
    Situated in embankment that carries the main road some 15m SE of Gwynfryn & Isfryn, about 200m S of the Old Post Office
  6. II Former cottage and outbuilding at Storehouse farm
    Situated in farm yard at right angles to farmhouse, at end of lane running E some 1.2 km from village.
  7. II Gatepiers and gates at Hafod Lower Lodge
    Situated immediately beside the lodge, E of bridge over Ystwyth.
  8. II Glyn Berws
    Situated down short drive just W of Tan Gelli, some 500m NE of Ysbyty Ystwyth.
  9. II Gwynfryn and Isfryn
    Situated some 170m S of the Old Post Office, backing onto road where it bends around the Lefel Fawr mine site.
  10. II Hafod House
    Situated attached to Ystwyth Villa, facing S over the bridge at Pontrhydygroes, set in narrow railed front garden.
  11. II Hafod Lower Lodge
    Situated on the N bank of the Ystwyth, some 120m E of the bridge.
  12. II Lisburne House
    Situated some 250m SSW of Old Post Office, below main village road, on lane to Llanafan, opposite Lisburne Garage.
  13. II Mount Hazel
    Situated down track running SW off Pontrhydygroes to Llanafan road some 500m SW of junction with B4343.
  14. II Nantycae
    Situated on E side of forestry block S of Ystwyth, approached past Hafod mansion site over Pont Dologau, some 500m SE of Dologau.
  15. II Nos 1 and 2 Smiths Cottages
    Situated on N side of river, by roadside some 300m E of Pont Rhydygroes.
  16. II Old church of St John the Baptist Photos
    Situated in churchyard in the centre of Ysbyty Ystwyth.
  17. II Outbuilding at Ystwyth Villa
    Situated to the rear of Ystwyth Villa, one of the pair of houses opposite Pont Rhydygroes.
  18. II Pendre and attached outbuilding
    Situated about 200m S of Ysbyty Ystwyth, set back from road in farmyard.
  19. II Pont Blaen (partly in the Pontarfynach community)
    Carrying the B4574 across the Afon Ystwyth In a remote location some 4.1km NE of Cwmystwyth village.
  20. II Pont Dologau (partly in the Pontarfynach community)
    Situated on Hafod estate bridging the Ystwyth by the Nant Gau confluence, carrying track to Dologau and Nantycae.
  21. II Pont Rhydygroes
    Situated at N end of village, across Ystwyth.
  22. II Rockview
    Situated about 1.4 km NW of the bridge at Pontrhydygroes on road to Cnwc Coch and Abermagwr.
  23. II Tan Gelli
    Situated some 500m NE of Ysbyty Ystwyth, by roadside.
  24. II Telephone Call-box outside The Old Post Office
    Situated in centre of village outside former the Old Post Office.
  25. II The Old Post Office
    Situated in centre of village, by side of main road, just SW of former Capel Bethel.
  26. II Ty Coch
    Situated 300m E of Storehouse, but approached from forestry roads past Hafod, over Ystwyth, then up track running ESE some 1.2 km.
  27. II Ysgoldy y Banc Photos
    Situated some 2 km E of Ysbyty Ystwyth, next to Pantyffynnon.
  28. II Ystwyth Villa
    Situated next to Hafod House facing over the bridge in Pontrhydygroes.

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