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Listed Buildings in Aber, Gwynedd

  1. II Bont Newydd
    Spans the Afon Aber on sharp bend of minor no-through road from Abergwyngregyn towards Foel Dduarth.
  2. II Bro Dawel
    Situated on south side of the road running through the village towards Bont Newydd and Aber Falls; low rubblestone wall to front gardens with roughly squared stones as coping and dressed square piers
  3. II Bron Derw
    Stands in centre of village just beyond road junction, with Pen y mwd just behind; front wall of projecting gable sitting directly on road has low rubblestone boundary wall on either side, gate to Bro
  4. II Bryn Hyfryd
    Situated on south side of the road running through the village towards Bont Newydd and Aber Falls; low rubblestone wall to front gardens with roughly squared stones as coping and dressed square piers
  5. II Cart shelter, barn, granary and smithy at Madryn Farm
    Situated directly on north-west side of A 55 dual-carriageway with farmhouse to north-east and large modern farmbuildings to north-west and south-west; main building situated parallel with and to sout
  6. II Ddol Cottages
    Situated on main village street running through Abergwyngregyn towards Aber falls; low rubblestone wall to front breached by vehicular access to No.2.
  7. II Ddol Cottages
    Situated on main village street running through Abergwyngregyn towards Aber falls; low rubblestone wall to front breached by vehicular access to No.2.
  8. II Fron
    Situated on south side of the road running through the village towards Bont Newydd and Aber Falls; low rubblestone wall to front gardens, partly removed to Fron for vehicular access.
  9. II Gatehouse range including stabling, cowhouses and walls enclosing yard to south at Madryn Farm
    Situated directly on north-west side of A 55 dual-carriageway with farmhouse to north-east and large modern farmbuildings to north-west and south-west; the gatehouse range is located on the eastern si
  10. II* Gatehouse/Barn at Pen-y-bryn
    Located to north-east of Pen-y-bryn, from which it is separated by a stone wall/hedge; grassed over cobbled surfaces immediately adjoining on east side.
  11. II Nant Rhaeadr
    Situated in remote elevated position on east side of Llwybr y Nant, the rough track leading from Bont Newydd to Aber Falls; dense woodland immediately to east.
  12. II* Pen-y-bryn
    Situated on rising ground above the A 55 on the north-east side of the Afon Aber to the east of the village.
  13. II Pen-y-bryn Cottage
    Located immediately to the north-east of Pen-y-bryn to which it is attached by a short section of rubblestone wall.
  14. II Stable range in yard at Madryn Farm
    Situated directly on north-west side of A 55 dual-carriageway with farmhouse to north-east and large modern farmbuildings to north-west and south-west; situated parallel with and to north-west of barn
  15. II Tan-y-bryn
    Stands in centre of village just beyond road junction, with Pen y mwd just behind; front wall of projecting gable sitting directly on road has low rubblestone boundary wall on either side, gate to Bro
  16. II Tan-y-dderwen
    Located on road junction in centre of village; low rubblestone wall to front on roadside; Pen y mwd, the motte of a probable Norman castle, rises just behind the cottages.
  17. II Tan-y-dderwen
    Located on road junction in centre of village; low rubblestone wall to front on roadside; Pen y mwd, the motte of a probable Norman castle, rises just behind the cottages.
  18. II The Old Rectory
    Set back from the road in extensive lawned grounds with driveway directly east of St Bodfan's Church.
  19. II Ty'n Ffridd
    Located at the southern edge of the village, on the W side of the road leading toward the falls, in a rough stone-walled enclosure.
  20. II Tyn-y-buarth
    Situated on south side of the road running through the village towards Bont Newydd and Aber Falls; low rubblestone wall to front gardens, partly removed to Fron for vehicular access.
  21. II Wig
    Located in low-lying pasture fields on the east side of a track leading northwards from the A 55 dual carriageway with the railway line not far beyond the farm; the farmbuildings are situated a little

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