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Grade II* Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Monmouthshire

  1. II* Redbrook Incline Bridge over B4231
    At the south-eastern corner of Monmouth Community.
  2. II* Church of St Luke
    Set into the wooded hillside above the Ebbw Vale just above the centre of Abercarn, reached up a sid
  3. II* Church of St Sannan
    In a large churchyard on the ridge of hill approximately 1.5km NE of Bargoed.
  4. II* Church of St Barrwg Photos
    Located in a high prominent position in the village at the N end of Church Street. Surrounded by a l
  5. II* Bryngwyn Colliery Engine House Photos
    Located in a small field on the W side of Bedwas village. The building is accessible by footpath, e
  6. II* Blackwood Miners Welfare Institute
    At the N end of High Street approximately 240m S of the parish church.
  7. II* Cwmdows Farmhouse
    Aligned N/S at right angles to the road, set on a platform in the hillside and now surrounded by C19
  8. II* Celynen Collieries Workmen's Memorial Hall, including forecourt wall and gates
    Near corner with Meredith Terrace, set back from street, with C20 link to Workmen's Institute.
  9. II* Elliot Colliery Winding Engine House and Engine
    Now standing on a terrace with landscaped surroundings above the E bank of Rhymney River, S of New T
  10. II* Church of St David
    On the main thoroughfare a little N of the town centre, surrounded by an extensive walled churchyard
  11. II* Penuel Baptist Church
    Located some 100m W of Post Office, on NW side of street, set in grassed yard with iron railings.
  12. II* St Illtyd’s Church
    Set in centre of small settlement of St Illtyd, on N side of by-road. Large circular churchyard wit
  13. II* The Town Clock
    Very Prominently located in the centre of The Circle.
  14. II* Sirhowy Ironworks
    Graham’s Yard is located off Dukestown Road. Ironworks is set into hillside to E.
  15. II* 1 Forge Row
    Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon H
  16. II* Former British Ironworks office and foundry quadrangle
    The most prominent building in the area of the former British Ironworks, about 1000m south west of S
  17. II* 2 Forge Row
    Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon H
  18. II* 3 Forge Row
    Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon H
  19. II* 4 Forge Row
    Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon H
  20. II* 5 Forge Row
    Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon H
  21. II* 6 Forge Row
    Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon H
  22. II* Former St Peter's School (Original School)
    Situated half way up Church Road immediately downhill from the other St Peter's school buildings and
  23. II* St Peter's Church
    Situated at the bottom of Church Road, on the south side, set back behind railings.
  24. II* Pit Head Building, Headframe and Tram Circuit
    Situated at the north-east edge of the site.
  25. II* Miner's Baths and Canteen
    Situated at the top of the site to the south-west.
  26. II* Church of Saint Peter
    Situated in a rural location some 2.8km S of the old village at Henllys.
  27. II* Church of St Michael and All Angels Photos
    In a churchyard on the SE side of Newport Road some 140m SW of its junction with Llantarnam Road.
  28. II* Pentre-Bach and attached outbuildings
    Reached via a track N off Pentre Lane on the W side of Llantarnam.
  29. II* Llantarnam Abbey
    In extensive grounds on the E side of Llantarnam. Approached along a drive E from Newport Road under
  30. II* Llanyrafon
    Llanyrafon
  31. II* Shell Grotto
    At the summit of the hill in the north east corner of Pontypool Park.
  32. II* Church of St Michael and All Angels
    About 300m west of the junction with the A4042 on the north side of New Inn.
  33. II* Entrance Gates to Pontypool Park. Photos
    The entrance on to the main drive from Pontymoel at the very south east extremity of Pontypool Park,
  34. II* Former Nylon Spinners Factory
    A prominent landscape feature, at the south end of the Mamhilad Park Industrial Estate.
  35. II* Church of All Saints
    In a rural location on the NE side of Llanfrechfa some 300m E of the junction of Church Road and the
  36. II* Crane Street Baptist Church
    In Pontypool town centre backing onto Pontypool Market.
  37. II* The Valley Inheritance Museum
    To the north of Pontypool town centre and immediately to the west of Pontypool Park house, now St.Al
  38. II* The Tithe Barn
    Part of the group of historic buildings near the parish church of St. Mary's in a street branching o
  39. II* Usk Bridge (also known as Abergavenny Bridge)
    Spanning the River Usk and the boundary between Abergavenny and Llanfoist Fawr communities.
  40. II* Nos.37-40 (Cinsec) Cross Street,,,,,gwent,
    Situated on the main commercial street which runs from south-east to north-west across Abergavenny.
  41. II* Church of Our Lady and St Michael R C, including attached Presbytery (No. 10)
    On the west side of Pen-y-pound and one of the varied group of historic buildings on the main north-
  42. II* St John's Masonic Lodge
    In Abergavenny town centre just to the west of the High Street.
  43. II* Burton
    Situated on the main commercial street which runs from south-east to north-west across Abergavenny.
  44. II* ,38,Cross Street,,,, Photos
    Situated on the main commercial street which runs from south-east to north-west across Abergavenny.
  45. II* ,39,Cross Street,,,, Photos
    Situated on the main commercial street which runs from south-east to north-west across Abergavenny.
  46. II* Usk Bridge (aka Abergavenny Bridge) (Also in the community of Llanfoist Fawr)
    Spanning the River Usk and the boundary between Abergavenny and Llanfoist Fawr communities.
  47. II* Church of St Stephen and St Tathan (Tatheus)
    In the centre of Caerwent village.
  48. II* Manor Farmhouse and Welsh Archery Centre
    On the north side of the A48 at the east end of Crick by the M4 bridge.
  49. II* Penhow Castle Photos
    Set high on a hilltop above the Newport to Chepstow road. In its own grounds beyond the Parish Chur
  50. II* Grotto about 30m to the south east of Dewstow House
    In Dewstow about 1km north of the centre of Caldicot and situated on the north east side of Dewstow
  51. II* Terrace, Wall, Grotto and Underground Garden about 5m to north west of Dewstow House
    In Dewstow about 1km north of the centre of Caldicot and situated on the north east side of Dewstow
  52. II* Grotto, Underground Garden and Bridge about 60m to west of Dewstow House
    In Dewstow about 1km north of the centre of Caldicot and situated on the north east side of Dewstow
  53. II* Church Farmhouse
    About 200m north of the Church of St Mary approached off Church Raod via Taff Road
  54. II* Raglan Lodge
    At the NW upper corner of Beaufort Square.
  55. II* ,14,Beaufort Square,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    At the very NW corner of the square opposite the War Memorial
  56. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  57. II* Powis Almshouses
    At the very top of Bridge Street facing junction with Upper Church Street, set above and back from t
  58. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  59. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  60. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  61. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  62. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  63. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  64. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  65. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  66. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  67. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  68. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  69. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  70. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  71. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  72. II* Trewyn House
    About 2km north of the village of Llanvihangel Crucorney, and set within a small landscaped park.
  73. II* Dovecote at Trewyn House
    About 50m north of Trewyn House.
  74. II* Little Llwygy Farmhouse
    At the south end of Lower Cwmyoy overlooking the Vale of Ewyas and reached off the minor road from T
  75. II* Garden House at Llanvihangel Court
    About 100m south east of Llanvihangel Court.
  76. II* Blaengavenny Farmhouse
    On the old Abergavenny-Hereford road about half way between Llanvihangel Crucorney and Pantygelli.
  77. II* Millbrook
    On the north west edge of the village, on the corner at the road junction beside Pen-y-bont bridge o
  78. II* Court Farmhouse
    Immediately to south-west of Llanthony Priory adjoining the Abbey Hotel, the building of which forme
  79. II* Ty-Hwnt-y-Bwlch Farmhouse
    Impressively sited on steeply sloping ground uphill from Cwmyoy Church on the eastern slopes of the
  80. II* Cwm Bwchel Farmhouse
    On west side of valley, almost opposite Llanthony Priory, at the mouth of a side valley sited on a d
  81. II* Ty-mawr Farmhouse
    About 2.5km north of Forest Coal Pit. On the east side of the valley, reached by a lane which leave
  82. II* Barn at Trewyn Farm
    On the north side of the farmyard about 30m from Trewyn Farmhouse.
  83. II* Tabernacle Baptist Chapel
    About 2.5km north of Forest Coal Pit, and just within the western boundary of the Community. On the
  84. II* Terrace walls, steps, garden walls, gatepiers and gates at Trewyn House
    Below the south east front of Trewyn House forming the main approach.
  85. II* Church of St Michael
    Approached by a lane running south from the road between Raglan and Cobbler's Plain and about 300m f
  86. II* Church of St Thomas a Becket
    In the centre of Wolvesnewton village on the north side of the road west from Cobbler's Plain.
  87. II* Cross in the Churchyard of the Church of St Thomas a Becket
    About 15m south of the church.
  88. II* Church of the Holy Cross Photos
    About 500m north of Kilgwrrwg House and approached by a footpath from it. Kilgwrrwg House is about 3
  89. II* Howick Farmhouse
    About 500m NE of Itton Road (B4293).
  90. II* Itton Court
    In the village of Itton about 250m north of the Church of St Deiniol on a once fortified hilltop sit
  91. II* Tredean
    About lkm north west of Devauden village approached by a long drive off the west side of the Monmout
  92. II* Church of St Illtyd Photos
    In the centre of Mamhilad village.
  93. II* Persondy
    About 500m south west of the Church of St. Illtyd.
  94. II* Ty-Cooke Farmhouse
    About 2000m north of Mamhilad village in the direction of Llanover.
  95. II* Ty-asch
    About 650m west of the Church of St. Illtyd approached off Folly Lane via Hill Grove.
  96. II* Upper Dyffryn House
    On the N side of the minor road to Norton, some 2 km SE of Grosmont village.
  97. II* Old Court including Former Cider House, Granary and Stable Range
    Approximately 1km S of Llangattock Lingoed on the W side of the minor road which runs SW towards Lla
  98. II* Great Pool Hall
    Approximately 2 km NE of Llanvetherine, located at the end of a short farm track that runs E off the
  99. II* Lower Dyffryn House
    Approximately 3 km SW of Grosmont village, at the end of a long farm track that runs N off the mino
  100. II* Glyndwr including Railed Forecourt
    In the centre of Grosmont village, some 50m NW of Grosmont Town Hall on the W side of the road.
  101. II* Town Farm
    Some 50m NW of Church of St Nicholas in the centre of Grosmont village, on S side of the minor road
  102. II* Barn at Lower Tresenny
    400m SE of Grosmont village, immediately S of the road junction to Middle Tresenny, and some 30m SW
  103. II* Church of St James
    Located on the S bank of the River Monnow, at the end of a short track leading N off the A465, appro
  104. II* Lower Celliau
    At the end of a farm track approached by the minor road which runs approximately 1km NE from the cen
  105. II* Great Tresenny Farmhouse also known as Upper Tresenny
    About 300m S of Grosmont village on the E side of the minor road from Grosmont to Hoaldalbert.
  106. II* Howell's House
    Approximately 20m N of Town Hall in the centre of Grosmont.
  107. II* Former Detached Kitchen and Dairy at Upper Dyffryn
    Located on the N side of the minor road to Norton, about 2 km SW of Grosmont village. The dairy and
  108. II* The Great House
    On steeply sloping ground on E side of minor road, some 500m S of the A465 road junction to Llangua.
  109. II* Sleath Farmhouse (aka Lech Farmhouse)
    Located at the end of a short farm track which runs W off the minor road from Llangua to Grosmont, a
  110. II* Cider House at Cwm Farm
    Approximately 3 km N of Llanvetherine, on W side of the minor road which runs NW from Old Court. The
  111. II* Gelli including attached cider house, farm range and barn
    Approximately 500m SW of Llanvetherine, on N side of minor road that runs between Crossways and Newh
  112. II* Church of All Saints
    Situated in centre of hamlet of Kemeys Commander, W of main A 471 road.
  113. II* Church Farmhouse and attached barn
    Situated immediately S of churchyard at Kemeys Commander.
  114. II* Church of Saint David
    Situated in isolated hillside position some 400 m up lane running N from A471 from junction about 1
  115. II* Trostrey Court
    Situated some 1.3 km up lane running N from A471 at Llancayo, on W side of road.
  116. II* Llanarth Court
    Situated in landscaped park SE of Llanarth, entered by driveway under lodge at Pit 1 km SSW of Llana
  117. II* Church of Saint Peter
    Situated in Bryngwyn village, on W side of lane some 500m N of junction with old A40.
  118. II* Chapel Farmhouse and attached outbuilding
    Situated to N of Clytha Park mansion, reached via drive from Huntsman's Cottage, Pitt, or from drive
  119. II* Gateway and railings to Clytha Park
    Situated at main entry to Clytha Park on old A40 opposite junction with road to Bettws Newydd.
  120. II* Church of Saint Teilo
    Situated at S end of Llanarth village on E side of road in large churchyard.
  121. II* Roman Catholic Church of St Mary and St Michael
    Situated immediately N of Llanarth Court, between the mansion and the former stable block.
  122. II* Little Pitt Cottage
    Situated on N side of road from Llanarth to old A40 about 300m W of The Pitt village.
  123. II* Church of Saint Mapley/ Mabli
    Situated at E side of Llanvapley village, on N side of road.
  124. II* Coed-y-gelli
    Situated at end of Heol y Ffynnon, lane of some 750m running NW from Yr Hen Ysgoldy opposite church
  125. II* Great House
    Situated on E side of Clytha to Bettws Newydd road some 600m S of Clytha Park gates.
  126. II* Pwllyrhwyad
    Situated on W side of road about 1km S of Coed Morgan Farm.
  127. II* Church of St Madoc
    On the east side of the Caerleon road about 700m south of Usk bridge,
  128. II* Llanwenarth House
    Small country house set in its own grounds to the south of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal and re
  129. II* Parish Church of St Peter
    Situated in the flood plain of the River Usk and reached from the by-road south of the A40. Churchya
  130. II* Grove Farm House
    Set in its own grounds S of Llanfoist and reached E off the B 4269.
  131. II* Llanwenarth Baptist Church
    Situated near the centre of Govilon in a large burial ground immediately north of the Monmouthshire
  132. II* Trivor Farmhouse (aka Tre-Ivor)
    In an isolated position on a spur of high ground above the confluence of two brooks on the W side of
  133. II* Hilston House (aka Gwent Outdoor Centre)
    Approximately 2km SW of Skenfrith village, standing in its own parkland on the SE side of the B4347.
  134. II* Skenfrith Castle Photos
    Situated at the SE corner of Skenfrith village, in the valley of the River Monnow, close to the W ba
  135. II* Church of St Maughan
    Delightfully situated in rolling farmland approximately 7km NW of Monmouth, in an almost isolated p
  136. II* The Hendre
    An extensive country-house in its own grounds to the south of B4233, 5km west of Monmouth.
  137. II* Swiss Cottage
    Reached from B4233 at the S end of Rockfield; approximately 0.5km along the tree-lined former drive
  138. II* Church of St Cadoc Photos
    Approximately 1km N of The Hendre; and, apart from the close proximity of Llangattock Manor and Llan
  139. II* Farmstead complex to NW of The Grange Farmhouse including walled poultry enclosure to NE
    On the W side of the farmhouse, approximately 800m SE of Newcastle, off the NE side of a lane which
  140. II* Norton Court
    On the N side of the junction of two lanes to the N of Norton Brook, approximately 1.2km W of Skenfr
  141. II* Pentwyn
    To W of B 4347, about 100 metres NW of Rockfield Church.
  142. II* Barn with stable and granary at Cwrt-y-Brychan
    Situated just E of Cwrt-y-Brychan across yard.
  143. II* Church of St Cybi
    In the centre of Llangybi village immediately to the east of The White Hart P.H.
  144. II* Llanddewi Court
    Approached down a track off the north side of the road to Coed-y-paen and about 1300m north east of
  145. II* New House Photos
    On the west side of the Usk-Caerleon road at the northern exit of Llangybi village.
  146. II* Ton Farmhouse
    Off the south side of Ton Road and about 1200m south west of Llangybi village.
  147. II* The White Hart P.H.
    At the crossroads in the centre of Llangybi village.
  148. II* Church of St. Andrew
    In the centre of Tredunnock village.
  149. II* Berllan-deg
    About 100m west of the Carleon-Usk road and just south of the branch road to Croesyceiliog.
  150. II* Glen Usk
    On the west bank of the River Usk, picturesquely sited in a natural amphitheatre within the steep, w
  151. II* New Bridge
    Crossing the River Usk east of Tredunnock village and joining the Communities of Llanhennock and Lla
  152. II* New Bridge
    Situated some 2.3 km S of Llantrissent, on lane to Tredunnock.
  153. II* Court Farm and Court Farm Cottage
    About 1km north of Llanover village off the south side of the minor road to the parish church.
  154. II* Church of St. Cadoc
    By the River Usk and the railway line to the south-west of The Bryn.
  155. II* Llangattock Court
    On the north side of the B4598 about 200m west of the King of Prussia PH.
  156. II* Church of St. Bartholomew
    About 1200m north of Llanover village by the River Usk and on the west side of the minor road from L
  157. II* Church of St. Michael
    About 250m to the south-west of the village centre down a dead end road off the B4598.
  158. II* Great House
    Reached along by-roads from the Abergavenny to Raglan road at junction opposite the King of Prussia
  159. II* Church of St. David
    To the south centre of Llanddewi Rhydderch village.
  160. II* Church of St. Bride
    On the eastern boundary of the Community about 200m north of the A40 and approached off the Raglan r
  161. II* Pant-y-Goitre Bridge, with approach embankments and flood arches
    Carries the main Usk-Abergavenny road over the River Usk about 250m north of Pant-y-Goitre crossroad
  162. II* Great Killough
    Approximately 2km SW of Llantilio Crossenny church, at the end of a short drive which runs S off the
  163. II* The Pant including attached former Quaker Meeting House
    At the end of a short farm track which runs W off the minor road between Onen and Wernrheolydd.
  164. II* Church of St Michael and All Angels
    In the centre of Llanvihangel-ystern-llewern, in a gently sloping churchyard.
  165. II* Brynderi House
    Approximately 2km N of Llantilio Crossenny, set in landscaped grounds approached along a short entra
  166. II* Barn at Croft Farm
    Approximately 1 km N of White Castle, on the W side of the minor road which runs between White Castl
  167. II* Upper Green
    Approximately 4km N of Llantilio Crossenny, at the end of a short farm track approached by the minor
  168. II* Tal-y-coed Court
    Approximately 2km E of Llantilio Crossenny village, on a terraced site above a tributary of the Rive
  169. II* Upper Red House
    Situated on gently sloping ground reached via a branch in the minor road which runs approximately 1
  170. II* Newhouse Farmhouse
    Approximately 1km S of Llanvetherine, on SW side of minor road that runs between Llanvetherine and L
  171. II* The Old Cottage
    Set back at right angles to the road in the hamlet of Treadam, some 2 km NW of Llantilio Crossenny.
  172. II* Church of St Cadoc
    In a gently sloping churchyard in the centre of village of Penrhos.
  173. II* Corn Barn with attached Stable and Lofted Cider House at Great Tre-Rhew
    Some 10m NE of the farmhouse at Great Tre-rhew.
  174. II* Maerdy Farmhouse
    Approximately 4km E of Llantilio Crossenny village, on the NW side of the minor road which leads fro
  175. II* High House
    Approximately 3km SE of Llantilio Crossenny, at the end of a short drive which runs N off the minor
  176. II* Upper White Castle Farmhouse
    On the W side of the minor road from Trerew to Llantilio Crossenny, located on gently sloping high
  177. II* Wern-ddu Farmhouse
    Off the south side of Skenfrith road about 500m east of Maindiff Court Hospital.
  178. II* Allt-y-bella
    Accessible only from Llangeview, at E end of lane, about 1 km from junction some 500m E of Llangevie
  179. II* The Cwm
    Situated some 350m NE of Llantrissent, just E of A449 trunk road embankment.
  180. II* Nantybanw
    Situated some 2 km E of Llantrissent, in valley of Nant y Banwr.
  181. II* Pentwyn
    Situated about 0.5 km N of Llanllowell church, on W side of lane to Llangeview.
  182. II* Magor Mansion (also known as the Procurator's House)
    Situated adjacent to churchyard to north-west of St Mary's church.
  183. II* Moynes Court, Nos 1 and 2
    About 300m west of the Church of St Tewdric approached up a lane off the road through Mathern immedi
  184. II* Gatehouse and attached range at St Pierre Hotel
    Forming the main entrance to the St Pierre Hotel.
  185. II* Gatehouse at Moynes Court
    About 250m west of the Church of St Tewdric approached up a lane off the road through Mathern immedi
  186. II* Mathern Mill and attached house
    About 1000m north of the Church of St Tewdric on the lane to Caerwent.
  187. II* Mounton House
    About 200m south east of Mounton village but approached off the A48 at Pwllmeyric
  188. II* Wyelands
    About 1100m north of the Church of St Tewdric and approached off the south side of the A48 to the ea
  189. II* Troy House Photos
    On the S bank of the River Trothy, off the S side of a bend in the road about 1.5km S of Monmouth.
  190. II* Dingestow Court
    Standing in its own grounds, about 1km SW of the church of St Dingat.
  191. II* Llwyn-y-gaer House
    About 1.6km NW of the church of St Mary, off the W side of a minor road between Tregare and Llantili
  192. II* The Artha
    About 800m SE of the church of St mary, at the bottom of a long track running SE from a bend in an o
  193. II* Church of St Michael
    In the centre of Mitchel Troy village, on the N side of the old road from Monmouth to Raglan.
  194. II* Pwll
    2km N of Raglan, and about 950m SW of Tregare church, in a low-lying and isolated position at the bo
  195. II* Ty Mawr, with attached outbuilding
    On the N side of the minor road between Dingestow and Tregare, about 2km W of Dingestow church
  196. II* Gatehouse to Ty Mawr
    On the N side of the minor road between Dingestow and Tregare, about 2km W of Dingestow church
  197. II* Pen-y-clawdd Farmhouse
    Situated at end of access road to the S side service station on A40, on W side of Raglan to Penyclaw
  198. II* High Glanau
    Off the W side of the road, approached along a wooded drive on Trellech Hill, and set in its own gro
  199. II* Terraces at High Glanau
    Off the W side of the road, approached along a wooded drive on Trellech Hill, immediately on the W s
  200. II* Walled Garden to W of Troy House
    On sloping ground about 50m W of Troy House on the S bank of the River Trothy, on the W side of a fa
  201. II* Church of St Dingat
    About 5km WSW of Monmouth, on the N side of the junction of four minor roads, and close to the E sid
  202. II* Church of St Catwg
    In a relatively isolated position about 2.4km SSW of Monmouth, in the fork of two lanes which run S
  203. II* Church of St Wonnow
    About 2.5km SW of Monmouth, close to Wonastow Court on the S side of the minor road between Monmouth
  204. II* Church of St Mary
    About 9km WSW of Monmouth, on the W side of a northward bend in the minor road between Dingestow and
  205. II* Church of St. Thomas a Becket
    Part of a group immediately outside Monnow Bridge forming the centre of the historic suburb of Overm
  206. II* Church of St. Peter
    About 1500m north-east of Monmouth approached from the roundabout at the north entrance to the town.
  207. II* Clawdd-du Bridge
    On a footpath going south-west from St. Thomas' Square where it crosses the ditch which protected th
  208. II* The Kymin Roundhouse Photos
    On the top of the hill overlooking the town on the east side, which is approached from the Staunton
  209. II* Agincourt House Photos
    In the town square in the centre of Monmouth.
  210. II* The Beaufort Arms Court Photos
    In the town square behind the Shire Hall in the centre of Monmouth.
  211. II* Statue of C S Rolls
    In the cobbled area in front of the Shire Hall within the town square at the centre of Monmouth.
  212. II* The King's Head PH Photos
    In the town square in the centre of Monmouth.
  213. II* No.9 Agincourt Street,,,,,gwent,
    In the street leading south-east out of the town square in the centre of Monmouth.
  214. II* Nos.12,14 & 16 Church Street,,,,,gwent,
    In the street leading north-east out of the town square in the centre of Monmouth.
  215. II* Glendower House
    An important residential street to the south of the town centre of Monmouth.
  216. II* The Royal George Hotel (Formerly the Ivy Bank Hotel) Monk Street,,,,,gwent,
    On the principal road which runs north-south on the east side of Monmouth town centre.
  217. II* Lord Nelson's Seat in Nelson's Garden
    In the garden behind No. 18, but accessed from the Chippenham.
  218. II* Nos.56 & 58 Monnow Street,,,,,gwent,
    On Monmouth's principal commercial street which leads out of the town square going south-west to Mon
  219. II* Front Garden Railings & Gates to Nos.56 & 58
    At the front of the building. On Monmouth's principal commercial street which leads out of the town
  220. II* The Robin Hood Inn (Nos.124 & 126)
    On Monmouth's principal commercial street which leads out of the town square going south-west to Mon
  221. II* Chapel House
    On the principal road leading north from Monmouth centre set between Monk Street and Hereford Road.
  222. II* The Old Nag's Head P H
    On the historic north and east entry to the town, but now a cul-de-sac.
  223. II* Shambles
    Part of the group on the principal street leading north and east from the town square.
  224. II* Nos.1,2,3,4,5 & 6 Priory Street,,,,,gwent,
    Part of the group on the principal street leading north and east from the town square.
  225. II* White Swan Court (Units 8-20)
    Part of the group on the principal street leading north and east from the town square and accessed b
  226. II* Monmouth Priory
    Part of the group on the principal street leading north and east from the town square.
  227. II* Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
    Prominently sited within the linear group of historic buildings leading to St. James's Square on the
  228. II* Churchyard Walls, Railings, Gatepiers and Gates to south-east of Church of St. Mary
    On the street continuing the line of Church Street east out of the town centre.
  229. II* Church of St. Mary Photos
    On the street continuing Church Street east out of the town centre.
  230. II* Savoy Theatre and Monmouth Music Box
    In the street leading north-east out of the town square in the centre of Monmouth.
  231. II* Bridges Community centre (formerly Drybridge House)
    Situated on the west bank of the River Monnow; in its own grounds at the junction of the roads to Ro
  232. II* ,14,Church Street,,,,
    In the street leading north-east out of the town square in the centre of Monmouth.
  233. II* ,16,Church Street,,,,
    In the street leading north-east out of the town square in the centre of Monmouth.
  234. II* ,2,Priory Street,,,,
    Part of the group on the principal street leading north and east from the town square.
  235. II* ,3,Priory Street,,,,
    Part of the group on the principal street leading north and east from the town square.
  236. II* ,4,Priory Street,,,,
    Part of the group on the principal street leading north and east from the town square.
  237. II* ,5,Priory Street,,,,
    Part of the group on the principal street leading north and east from the town square.
  238. II* Cornwall House
    On Monmouth's principal commercial street which leads out of the town square going south-west to Mon
  239. II* ,6,Priory Street,,,, Photos
    Part of the group on the principal street leading north and east from the town square.
  240. II* The King's Head PH (former County Club) Photos
    In the town square in the centre of Monmouth.
  241. II* Newton Court, including attached stable buildings and screen wall to stable court
    About 1500m to the north-east of the town accessed off the main road to Ross.
  242. II* Manor Farmhouse and Manor Cottage Photos
    In Crick Road at the junction with Main Road.
  243. II* Old Trecastle Farmhouse
    Approached by a drive of some 300m, running W from road some 800m S of church at Penyclawdd.
  244. II* Treworgan Manor
    Situated some 3 km SSE of Raglan on the W side of the road to Llansoy, on a rise overlooking Treworg
  245. II* Church of St Cadoc
    Situated by the principal crossroads in Raglan, in a churchyard contained within a stone wall which
  246. II* Church of St Govan
    Situated in isolated site above Church Farm, about 2.5 km s of Penyclawdd church on minor lane to Ll
  247. II* Church of St Martin
    Prominently sited on an earthwork which forms the churchyard at the intersection of two roads at Pen
  248. II* Cefn Tilla Court
    Situated in landscaped grounds some 1.5 km SW of Llandenny down drive W of lane to Gwernesney and Us
  249. II* Upper Tal-y-fan
    About 1.8km SSW of the church of St Dingat, on the E side of a farmtrack running off the old road be
  250. II* Church of St Michael and All Angels
    Situated between Green Farm and Old Court Farm south of Caldicot Road.
  251. II* Church of St Mary
    Situated on the western edge of the modern village.
  252. II* Ruins of Piercefield House (Central Block) Photos
    About 1000m to the north east of the Lion Gates situated at the roundabout where the A466 crosses th
  253. II* Ruins of Piercefield House, Left Hand or West Pavilion Photos
    Immediately to the west of the main block of Piercefield House.
  254. II* Ruins of Piercefield House, Right Hand or East Pavilion Photos
    Immediately to the east of the main block of Piercefield House.
  255. II* Wyndcliffe Court
    On the west side of Penterry Lane about 400m north of the junction with Devauden Road.
  256. II* Garden Terracing, Steps, Pool, Pergola and Summerhouse at Wyndcliffe Court
    Mostly to the south and west of Wyndcliffe Court.
  257. II* Garage Cottages at Wyndcliffe Court
    About 50m east of Wyndcliffe Court on the north side of the entrance drive.
  258. II* Garage Cottages at Wyndcliffe Court
    About 50m east of Wyndcliffe Court on the north side of the entrance drive.
  259. II* St Anne's House
    At the junction of the A466 and Chapel Lane and about 200m east of Tintern Abbey.
  260. II* Dovecote at Hygga House
    About 500m north east of the Church of St Dennis at Llanishen and approached down a lane on the east
  261. II* Pant-glas Farmhouse
    About 1200m to the north east of the Church of St Dennis at Llanishen approached down a lane off the
  262. II* Tregeiriog Farmhouse
    Situated on a sloping site beside the by-road, approx. 2km north west of Llanishen and 1.5km south o
  263. II* The Argoed
    Set in its own landscaped grounds about 600m south of Penallt (Pentwyn) with magnificent views to th
  264. II* Church of St Oudoceus
    On the eastern edge of the village of Llandogo close to the main road (A466). Set in a sloping, pol
  265. II* Bigsweir Bridge
    On the eastern boundary of Trellech Community at the county boundary of Monmouthshire and Gloucester
  266. II* Barn at Pant-glas Farm
    About 60m east of Pant-glas Farmhouse.
  267. II* The Usk Bridge (partly in Llanbadoc Community)
    On the west side of Usk; carries the A472 across the river.
  268. II* The Sessions House including balustraded terrace.
    Towards the S edge of the town, adjacent to the prison.
  269. II* Usk Prison
    On a large site N in a dominant position in the landscape of the low-lying S area of the town.
  270. II* Ynys Hafod
    A long range in the middle of the W side of the street, with cobbled pavement in front.
  271. II* Porth-y-carn
    Just N of town centre and set back from the road in a garden, reached by a short drive and backing o
  272. II* ,27,Old Market Street,Usk,Usk,,
    Part of a long range with doors opening onto pavement.
  273. II* Henllys
    Part of a long range in the middle of the W side of the street, with cobbled pavement in front.
  274. II* Min Yr Afon
    A long range in the middle of the W side of the street, with cobbled pavement in front.
  275. II* Bridge Street, rear wing
    30 Bridge Street
  276. II* Olde Malsters
    At the top wide part of the street, side elevation to passageway now leading to car-park at rear of
  277. II* Newport Civic Centre
    Occupies a large prominent site S of Fields Road, bounded by Godrey Road (E), Faulkner Road (S), and
  278. II* Church of St. Cadoc
    In the centre of Caerleon village immediately north of The Roman Legionary Museum.
  279. II* The Endowed School
    About 80m south west of the Church of St. Cadoc in the centre of Caerleon.
  280. II* Tower to the south west of, and attached to, The Hanbury Arms
    Attached to the south west corner of The Hanbury Arms.
  281. II* Edney Gates, inc flanking screen and attached walls with opposing gates to S end of Middle Court
    Middle Court is located immediately to the NW of Tredegar House separating Tredegar House from the S
  282. II* Boundary Walls to Orangery Garden and Cedar Garden including three sets of gatepiers
    Set immediately to the W of Tredegar House and the Orangery, enclosing the Cedar Garden and the Oran
  283. II* Whitson Church
    In churchyard reached by drive approximately 300m E of junction with Whitson Common Road.
  284. II* Whitson Court including attached pavilions and garden walls
    Set back on E side of road 800m S of electricity substation.
  285. II* Plas Machen Photos
    At the end of a track S off the A468, some 900m Se of the church at Lower Machen.
  286. II* Church of Saint Basil
    On the E side of Bassaleg, on the N side of the churchyard some 75m W of the Afon Ebwy.
  287. II* Church of Saint Michael
    In a prominent position in the centre of Lower Machen Conservation Area.
  288. II* Machen House including attached outbuildings and curved screen wall
    In the centre of the village immediately to W of the Parish Church. Set in its own landscaped groun
  289. II* Railway viaduct over Afon Ebwy
    Crossing the Afon Ebwy from E to W on the NE side of Bassaleg.
  290. II* Pencoed Castle
    Located at the end of a narrow lane from by-road off B4245, approx 1km S of Llandevaud village and 1
  291. II* Kemeys Manor
    Set on the E side of the A449. Located on the W slope of the steep escarpement of Kemeys Graig, imme
  292. II* Pencoed Castle Gatehouse
    Located at the front of the castle which is at the end of a narrow lane from by-road off the B4245,
  293. II* Parish Church of St Mary
    Located on the S side of the Lane leading from Llanwern village to Bishton at the junction of the d
  294. II* Parish Church of St Mary
    Set on the N side of Church Lane opposite Church Farm, leading off Marshfield Road. The church is s
  295. II* Parish Church of St Michael
    Located at the W side of the village, within a C19 walled enclosure, set behind the public house.
  296. II* Church of SS Julius and Aaron
    At the northern end of St Julians Avenue on the junction with Heather Road.
  297. II* Newport Castle
    Beside River Usk in angle formed by Newport Bridge and Old Green Interchange.
  298. II* George Street Bridge
    Spans River Usk between Corporation Road and Dock Street.
  299. II* Parish Church of St Bridget
    Located on the W side of Church Road, opposite Church Farm, set down a small track.
  300. II* Llanrumney Hall PH
    On low lying ground near the Rhymney River, reached by a short drive off the road, within the housin
  301. II* Church of St Augustine Photos
    Standing in a large roughly square churchyard on sloping ground, the level to N substantially higher
  302. II* St John's College (formerly Ty-to-Maen) Photos
    Set in the remains of the formerly more extensive gardens, reached by a drive from a road created to
  303. II* Former Navigation Colliery Chimney Photos
    In the centre of the main Revetment Wall, between the N and S Winding Engine Houses and close to the
  304. II* Former Navigation Colliery South Winding Engine House
    Standing on the main Revetment Wall at the S end. Paired with the North Winding Engine House at N e
  305. II* Former Navigation Colliery North Winding Engine House
    Standing on the main Revetment Wall at the N end. Paired with the South Winding Engine House at S e
  306. II* Former Navigation Colliery Power House and Pump House
    Located on a lane N from Kendon Road near the centre of Crumlin. At the N end of the colliery comple
  307. II* Former Navigation Colliery Fan House and Fan Drift
    Located on a lane N from Kendon Road near the centre of Crumlin. At the S end of the colliery comple
  308. II* Church of Our Lady of Peace and attached Presbytery
    On the N edge of Newbridge, near the border with the Crumlin Community, on the W hillside of and ove
  309. II* The Woollen Mill Photos
    Backing onto the River Rhymney beneath the Hengoed railway viaduct. Accessed from the driveway to
  310. II* Tabor United Reformed Church
    On prominent site fronting Tabor Road with North Avenue to the rear.
  311. II* Hengoed Viaduct Photos
    A prominent landscape feature spanning the Rhymney valley between Maesycwmmer and Hengoed.
  312. II* Gelli-groes Mill
    Reached by a side road running SE from Newport Road (A4048); the Mill faces the Sirhowy River and t
  313. II* Penllwyn, former manor house now Penllwyn Arms public house
    On the hillside W of the town centre, in an open space but surrounded by Penllwyn estate development
  314. II* Church of St Tudor Mynyddislwyn
    On the crest of Mynyddislwyn, surrounded by a walled churchyard.
  315. II* Former Boiler House at Dunlop Semtex Factory Photos
    Prominently sited on the E side of the A467 on the S edge of Brynmawr, opposite main Dunlop Semtex f
  316. II* British Steel Tinplate Works General Office
    Prominently located along Steelworks Road, on E fringe of massive steelworks complex.
  317. II* Furnace Bank
    Set back from the E side of Steelworks Road, to rear of factory buildings, and opposite the main ent
  318. II* SW Roundhouse at Roundhouse Farm
    Roundhouse Farm is situated on the valley bottom, W of Nantyglo. Farm reached off the end of Waun Eb
  319. II* NE Roundhouse at Roundhouse Farm
    Roundhouse Farm is situated on the valley bottom, W of Nantyglo. Farm reached off the end of Waun Eb
  320. II* Agricultural Range at Roundhouse Farm
    Roundhouse Farm is situated on the valley bottom, W of Nantyglo. Farm reached off the end of Waun Eb

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