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Grade I Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Brecknockshire

  1. I Newton House
    Between the road and the River Usk; reached via drive to Golf Course.
  2. I Usk Bridge
    Spanning River Usk, and linking Bridge Street with Watergate.
  3. I Chapel and Remains of Nave of Former Friary at Christ College
    Within grounds of Christ College, to N of main school building.
  4. I Ely Tower of Brecon Castle
    On motte to NE of Castle Hotel, within walled grounds of Bishop's Residence.
  5. I Remains of the Great Hall of Brecon Castle
    To E of Brecon Castle Hotel into which it has been partially incorporated.
  6. I Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist Photos
    In large precinct to north of historic centre of Brecon.
  7. I The Deanery and Vestries, Cathedral of St John the Evangelist Photos
    Running S from the SW corner of the Cathedral.
  8. I Chapter House and Diocesan Centre (with Canonry Flat and Clergy House) Photos
    About 40m S of south transept of Cathedral.
  9. I Keep at Bronllys Castle Photos
    Located strategically near the crossing of the Llynfi River, perched on a motte approximately 6m hi
  10. I Porth-Mawr Gatehouse
    Forward to the street and set into a long rubble crenellated wall now enclosing porth mawr house but
  11. I Crickhowell Castle (remains of)
    Situated to the SE of the High Street in Recreation Ground between Castle Road and Beaufort Street.
  12. I Crickhowell Bridge
    Situated to SW of and below the town, spanning the River Usk and partly in Llangattock Community Cou
  13. I Church of Saint Matthew Photos
    In the churchyard in the centre of Llandefalle some 900m W of the A470.
  14. I Church of St Bilo Photos
    In a prominent position in the centre of the village of Llanfilo.
  15. I Gatehouse to Great Porth-Amel Photos
    Located axially on the approach to Great Porth-amel farmhouse, below the NW side of the main road fr
  16. I Old Gwernyfed Photos
    Located on NW side of road from Talgarth to Felindre, and set within its own grounds at the end of a
  17. I Hay Castle Photos
    Dominating the town with Back Fold, Castle Lane and Oxford Road bordering the castle grounds.
  18. I Church of Saint David Photos
    In a prominent position in Llanddew, in the churchyard just W of the crossroads in the centre of the
  19. I Tretower Court Photos
    Approximately 150m S of the parish church on W side of a minor road between Tretower and A40
  20. I Tretower Castle Photos
    Prominently sited SW of church on S side of Ty Llys farm, W of Tretower Court. Farm buildings are c
  21. I Crickhowell Bridge (partly in Crickhowell community)
    Located between Crickhowell and Llangattock communities 0.4km NE of the Church of St. Cattwg. The b
  22. I Treberfydd (also known as Treberfedd)
    On rising ground above the S shore of Lake Llangorse, overlooking the Lake and Mynydd Troed, standin
  23. I Church of Saint David
    Situated some 1.2 km NW of Trecastle, on N side of A40, and E side of road to Tirabad.
  24. I Church of Saint Cynog Photos
    Situated in large churchyard in the centre of Defynnog village.
  25. I Church of St Ellywe
    Located at the head of the Cwm Rhyd-Ellywe, within a raised oval walled churchyard, on a small plate
  26. I Trefecca Fawr Photos
    Located south of Trefeca hamlet, on a minor lane, approximately 100m from its junction with B.4560 T
  27. I Theatre at Craig-y-nos
    The theatre is attached to the NW of the house with entrance from the corner of the front courtyard.
  28. I Church of St Issui, Partrishow Photos
    Isolated hillside church on W side of Afon Grwyne Fawr.
  29. I Abercamlais including Dovecote Cottage
    Situated down drive to N of A 40, some 4 km E of Sennybridge.
  30. I Penpont including attached conservatory and rear service ranges
    Situated down drive N of A40, on S bank of the Usk.
  31. I Llangynidr Bridge (partly in Llanfihangel Cwmdu with Bwlch and Cathedine community)
    Impressively-sited spanning the River Usk on the B4560 in Lower Llangynidr.
  32. I Llangynidr Bridge (partly in Llangynidr community)
    Spanning the River Usk on the B4560.
  33. I The Tower Photos
    At the S edge of Scethrog hamlet, bordering the River Usk, on a mound and surrounded by a vestigial

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