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Grade I Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Monmouthshire

  1. I Chepstow Bridge
    Tidenham, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, NP16
  2. I Balance Tower Photos
    Situated at the northern end of the Blaenavon Ironworks site and dominating the complex.
  3. I Blast Furnaces Photos
    Three extant furnaces and the remains of others, stand in a row on the north-west side of the furnac
  4. I Cast House and Foundry Photos
    Situated on the north-western side of the site.
  5. I Church of St Mary Photos
    Key building in the group of historic buildings close to the main commercial centre of Abergavenny.
  6. I Abergavenny Castle (ruins) Photos
    Situated W off the main road on the southern approach to the town centre.
  7. I Caldicot Castle
    About 300m east of the Church of St Mary and about 700m east of the centre of Caldicot Community.
  8. I Church of St Mary
    About 400m north east of the centre of Caldicot village.
  9. I Chepstow Castle Photos
    In a commanding position on the W bank of the River Wye. Modern access from Bridge Street, at the b
  10. I Town Gate
    Standing at the main entrance to the fortified town between Moor Street outside the gate to W and Hi
  11. I Port Wall
    Extending from the curtain wall? of Chepstow Castle, uphill to the town gate and crossing to the qua
  12. I Road Bridge over River Wye Photos
    Continuing the line of Bridge Street. Aligned almost due north/south, crossing a bend in the River W
  13. I Parish Church of St Mary Photos
    Situated at the lower end of the street, now close to the by-pass, within a churchyard crossed by a
  14. I Llanvihangel Court
    In Llanvihangel Crucorney about 400m south east of the Church of St Michael.
  15. I Pen-y-Clawdd Court
    About 1500m south west of the Church of St Michael, Llanvihangel Crucorney approached by a lane from
  16. I Church of St Martin Photos
    In the centre of Cwmyoy village on the east slope of the Vale of Ewyas. It stands in a churchyard wi
  17. I Llwyn-celyn Farmhouse
    On a knoll on the west side of Stanton about 1.5km north west of Llanvihangel Crucorney.
  18. I Church of St David at Llanthony Priory Photos
    50m south of the Priory buildings at Llanthony.
  19. I Llanthony Priory Photos
    In Llanthony village in the Vale of Eywas.
  20. I Abbey Hotel
    Built into the west range of Llanthony Priory.
  21. I Barn at Court Farm with the attached precinct wall
    On the west side of the Llanthony Priory precinct about 110m from the Priory ruins.
  22. I Stable Block at Llanvihangel Court
    About 30m south of Llanvihangel Court
  23. I Church of St Nicholas
    In the centre of Grosmont in a large, gently sloping churchyard which contains a range of well-prese
  24. I Grosmont Castle Ruins Photos
    On a flat elevated plateau, some 100m NW of Grosmont village, approached along a narrow lane from th
  25. I Church of St Cadoc
    In a sloping churchyard, in the centre of Llangattock Lingoed.
  26. I Bettws Newydd Church Photos
    Situated at SE end of village, approached by lane running E just N of Bettws Lodge.
  27. I Clytha Park
    Situated in landscaped park N of old A40 reached via drive from entrance opposite junction with roa
  28. I Clytha Castle
    Situated on hillside S of Clytha Park approached by drive running S off old A40 some 300m E of entra
  29. I Church of St Bridget
    Very attractively situated towards the N end of the village and approximately 100m NW of Skenfrith C
  30. I Church of St Jerome
    Situated some 500m E of Llangwm Isaf church, in isolated site at end of lane.
  31. I Church of St Tysoi
    Situated at S end of Llansoy village about 250m S of junction with main road.
  32. I Church of St. Mary the Virgin
    In a remote location close to the river Usk just over 1.5km north-east of the hamlet at Pant-y-goitr
  33. I Church of St Teilo
    Situated in a gently sloping churchyard in the centre of Llantilio Crossenny.
  34. I White Castle Ruins Photos
    Impressively sited on gently sloping ground overlooking the village of Llanvetherine and the undulat
  35. I Church of St Teilo Photos
    Just off the old Hereford road about 3km north of Abergavenny.
  36. I Church of St David
    Situated in rounded churchyard overlooking A 449 Usk exit, reached via lane running S from B4235 jus
  37. I Church of St Michael and All Angels
    Situated some 2 km ENE of Usk junction of A449, just N of B4235.
  38. I Church of Saints Peter, Paul and John
    Situated in centre of Llantrissent village.
  39. I Church of St Mary
    Situated in the centre of the village and reached off Magor Square.
  40. I Mathern Palace
    In the centre of Mathern village about 50m south west of the Church of St Tewdric.
  41. I Church of St Tewdric Photos
    In the centre of Mathern village.
  42. I Tre-Owen
    About 4.5km WSW of Monmouth and 1km NNE of Dingestow church, prominently situated amidst its own par
  43. I Monmouth Castle
    The Castle is situated on a commanding site on the east bank of the river Monnow at the highest poin
  44. I Great Castle House Photos
    Great Castle House is situated in the castle enclosure at the highest point of the town and just nor
  45. I Monnow Bridge and Gateway Photos
    At the entrance to Monmouth's principal commercial street which leads up the hill to the town square
  46. I The Shire Hall Photos
    In the town square in the centre of Monmouth with a cobbled area to the front and sides spreading as
  47. I Church of St Mary Photos
    In the centre of Portskewett village at the junction of Main Road and Sudbrook Road.
  48. I Raglan Castle Photos
    Magnificently sited 0.25km N of Raglan and reached by private drive from the A 40.
  49. I Church of St John
    Situated in the centre of the village of Llandenny. The church is in an elevated position within an
  50. I Cross at Croes Lwyd
    Situated on S side of Broom Lane about 400m E of Broom House, at the bottom of the garden at Whitecr
  51. I Abbey Church of St Mary (Tintern Abbey) including monastic buildings Photos
    In a prominent position on the right bank of the river Wye on the east side of the A466.
  52. I Penallt Old Church (St Mary's) Photos
    In the very northernmost corner of Trellech Community only about 1000m south of Monmouth in a positi
  53. I Church of St Nicholas Photos
    Prominently sited in the centre of Trellech village.
  54. I Priory Church of St Mary
    A town centre church, just S of the main thoroughfare with large walled churchyard to W,N and E.
  55. I The Priory Gatehouse
    At right angles to the churchyard entrance, on a corner site, facing up Priory Street to Twyn Square
  56. I Usk Castle and precincts
    On a spur on the hillside a short distance NE of the town.
  57. I Castle House
    Situated on the hillside a little NE of Usk town centre and below the Castle; surrounded by gardens
  58. I Tredegar House Photos
    Country House set in a landscaped parkland setting on the South side of the M4 at Tredegar.
  59. I Stable Block including Orangery Photos
    Located to the NW of Tredegar House, facing onto the cobbled Stable Court, and enclosed to the rear
  60. I Church of St Mary Photos
    In large churchyard in centre of Nash village.
  61. I Transporter Bridge including E and W anchor chambers Photos
    Spans River Usk between Stephenson Street and Brunel Street.
  62. I Transporter Bridge including E and W anchor chambers
    Spans River Usk between Stephenson Street and Brunel Street.
  63. I Transporter Bridge including E and W anchor chambers Photos
    Spans River Usk between Stephenson Street and Brunel Street.
  64. I Church of St Thomas
    At village centre, opposite village hall and Rose Inn.
  65. I St Woolos' Cathedral Photos
    At top of Stow Hill; in churchyard bounded by Stow Hill and Clifton Road.
  66. I Parish Church of St Peter
    Located at the centre of Peterstone village, set back from the road, opposite the Six Bells Public H
  67. I Church of St Mellon
    In a commanding hilltop position with access lane and open ground to N and churchyard extending belo

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