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Listed Buildings in Caerleon, Newport

  1. II ,1,Cross Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    On the north side of the Market Place in the centre of Caerleon.
  2. II ,10,High Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    On the north side of the Market Place in the centre of Caerleon.
  3. II ,15,High Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    On the southern approach to the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
  4. II ,19,Cross Street,Caerleon,Newport,,
    On the north side of the Market Place in the centre of Caerleon.
  5. II ,2,Cross Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    On the north side of the Market Place in the centre of Caerleon.
  6. II ,20&21,Cross Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    On the north side of the Market Place in the centre of Caerleon.
  7. II ,23,High Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    On the southern approach to the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
  8. II ,24,High Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    On the southern approach to the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
  9. II ,25,High Street,Caerleon,Newport,,
    On the southern approach to the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
  10. II ,27,Backhall Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    About 100m east of the Church of St Cadoc at the junction of Backhall Street and Museum Street.
  11. II ,27,High Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    On the southern approach to the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
  12. II ,28,High Street,Caerleon,Newport,,
    On the southern approach to the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
  13. II ,29,High Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    On the south side of the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
  14. II ,3,Cross Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    On the north side of the Market Place in the centre of Caerleon.
  15. II ,33,High Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    On the south side of the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
  16. II ,35,High Street,Caerleon,Newport,,
    Almost opposite the Roman Legionary Museum in the centre of Caerleon.
  17. II ,5,Backhall Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    About 150m north east of the Church of St Cadoc.
  18. II ,6&7,Backhall Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    About 150m north east of the Church of St Cadoc.
  19. II ,6,High Street,Caerleon,Newport,,NP6 1AE
    Aligned with the road, immediately to the east of The Roman Legionary Museum.
  20. II ,9,High Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    On the north side of the Market Place in the centre of Caerleon.
  21. II ,96,Mill Street,Caerleon,Newport,,
    About 350m east of the Church of St.Cadoc to the north of Castle Mound.
  22. II ,98,Mill Street,Caerleon,Newport,GWENT,
    About 350m east of the Church of St.Cadoc to the north of Castle Mound.
  23. II Ashlar Doric portico at The Roman Legionary Museum
    Immediately to the south of the Church of St Cadoc at the junction with Museum Street.
  24. II Barn at Pen-twyn Farm
    About 2000m north of the Church of St. Cadoc approached up a lane from the west side of the Usk Road
  25. II Barn at Priory Farm Photos
    In the farmyard of Priory Farm about 50m south of the farmhouse and close under the embankment of th
  26. II Boundary Wall between The Priory Hotel and No 35
    Immediately to the north west of The Priory Hotel.
  27. II Caerleon Bridge
    At the southern entrance to Caerleon carrying the main road from Newport (B4596).
  28. II Caretaker’s / Gardener’s Lodge at the University of South Wales, Caerleon Campus
    On high ground to the north west of the town approached via Lodge Road and College Road. On the righ
  29. II Church House & The Friars
    In the centre of Christchurch village on the south side the Church of The Holy Trinity.
  30. II Church of Ss David, Julian and Aaron
    On the southern approach to the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
  31. II* Church of St. Cadoc
    In the centre of Caerleon village immediately north of The Roman Legionary Museum.
  32. II Church of the Holy Spirit
    About 30m west of the junction with Isca Road.
  33. II Church of the Holy Trinity
    In the centre of Christchurch village high on the ridge on the south side of the Usk valley.
  34. II Derelict Cottage at Lodge Farm
    About 60m west of Lodge Farm.
  35. II Entrance gates and railings of Priory House
    Along the street frontage of Priory House.
  36. II Entrance gates and railings of The Endowed School
    Along the street frontage of The Endowed School.
  37. II Former Caerleon Teacher Training College Building
    On high ground to the north west of the town approached via Lodge Road and College Road.
  38. II Garden Railings and Gate to The Hall
    Along the street frontage of The Hall.
  39. II Garden Wall of Castle Acre
    Along the south east side of Castle Lane in the centre.
  40. II Garden Wall of Castle Acre
    On the north east side of Castle Street at the northern end.
  41. II Garden Wall of Pen-y-mynde
    Along the south east side of Castle Lane at the northern end.
  42. II Garden Wall of Pen-y-mynde
    About 300m east of the Church of St.Cadoc to the north of Castle Mound.
  43. II Garden Wall of The Mynde
    On the north east side of Castle Street at the southern end.
  44. II Garden Wall of The Mynde
    Along the south east side of Castle Lane at the southern end.
  45. II Garden Wall of The Priest's House
    Behind The Priest's House, fronting Castle Street.
  46. II Gate Piers at the University of South Wales, Caerleon Campus
    On high ground to the north west of the town at the southern end of College Road. Adjacent to Feltho
  47. II Great House and Heron House
    Near the south east end of Isca Road at the junction with Bulmore Road.
  48. II Isca Grange, including attached forecourt railings and gate
    At the north end of The Village looking onto the river Usk.
  49. II King's House
    At the southern entrance to Caerleon immediately to the north of The Hanbury Arms.
  50. II Lamppost in Churchyard of the Church of St Cadoc
    Outside the south door of the Church of St Cadoc.
  51. II Letter Box outside the Post Office
    On the pavement immediately outside the Post Office in the centre of Caerleon.
  52. II Little Bulmore
    About 1600m north east of the junction with Isca Road set on the hillside above the road.
  53. II Lodge Farm Evangelical Church
    Attached to the N and E of Lodge Farmhouse.
  54. II Lodge Farmhouse with attached granary and cartshed
    About 1600m north west of the centre of Caerleon, on the E edge of Lodge Wood Camp.
  55. II Lych Gate of the Church of St Cadoc
    At the High Street entrance to the churchyard of the Church of St Cadoc and opposite The Endowed Sch
  56. II Monument of James Rennie in the Churchyard of the Church of the Holy Trinity
    In the north corner of the churchyard about 15m from the Church of The Holy Trinity.
  57. II Monument of Willmett and Darvel in the Churchyard of the Church of the Holy Trinity
    On the west side of the churchyard about 10m from the Church of The Holy Trinity.
  58. II No 30 including attached railings
    On the south side of the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
  59. II No 32 including attached railings
    On the south side of the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
  60. II Pendragon House
    About 40m north of the Market Place in the centre of Caerleon.
  61. II Penrhos Farmhouse
    About 1000m to the north of the centre of Caerleon, situated high above the Afon Lwyd adjoining the
  62. II Porth-y-mynde, wall and entrance gates of Caer Cottage
    On the southern approach to the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
  63. II Principal’s Residence at the University of South Wales, Caerleon Campus
    On high ground to the north west of the town approached via Lodge Road and College Road. On the left
  64. II Priory Farmhouse Photos
    About 2000m north east of the Church of The Holy Trinity, approached via Priory Road off the Langsto
  65. II Priory House
    About 100m south of the Church of St. Cadoc in the centre of Caerleon and just to the east of The En
  66. II Quay Wall and Slip at the Hanbury Arms
    To the south of The Hanbury Arms along the river frontage.
  67. II Telephone Call-box at the junction with Bulmore Road
    At the south end of The Village near the junction with Bulmore Road.
  68. II Telephone Call-box near The Goldcroft PH
    About 200m north of the Church of St Cadoc at the north end of Goldcroft Common.
  69. II Telephone Call-box outside the Post Office
    On the pavement immediately outside the Post Office in the centre of Caerleon.
  70. II The Bell Inn PH
    Opposite the junction with Isca Road at the south end of The Village.
  71. II The Bulmore
    About 2100m north east of the junction with Isca Road set beside the road.
  72. II* The Endowed School
    About 80m south west of the Church of St. Cadoc in the centre of Caerleon.
  73. II The Firs with attached railings
    On the north side of the Market Place in the centre of Caerleon.
  74. II The Hall
    About 110m east of the Church of St Cadoc.
  75. II The Hanbury Arms PH
    On the north river bank at the southern entrance to Caerleon.
  76. II The Malt House Hotel
    At the junction of Caerleon Road and New Road at the south end of Caerleon Bridge.
  77. II The Old Toll House
    At the junction of Caerleon Road and New Road at the south end of Caerleon Bridge.
  78. II The Olde Bull Inn PH
    On the west side of the Market Place in the centre of Caerleon.
  79. II The Post Office
    On the south side of the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
  80. II The Priest's House with attached wall and gates
    On the southern approach to the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
  81. II The Priory Hotel
    Opposite the Roman Baths Museum in the centre of Caerleon.
  82. II The Red Lion PH
    About 125m north east of the Church of St Cadoc at the junction of Backhall Street and Church Street
  83. II* Tower to the south west of, and attached to, The Hanbury Arms
    Attached to the south west corner of The Hanbury Arms.
  84. II Wall of Nos. 14 and 15A
    Forward to the street and attached to No 15 set back on right; matches a similar stretch of wall at
  85. II War Memorial Drinking Fountain in Town Hall Park
    In the small park behind the Town Hall at the very north west end of the High Street.
  86. II White Lion House
    At the north end of The Village by the site of the old Caerleon bridge.

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