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Listed Buildings in Corris, Gwynedd

  1. II ,4,Hillsborough Terrace,Corris Uchaf,Machynlleth,,SY20 9RG
    The row of 10 cottages lies at the foot of the hill and on a bank set back from the main road at the N end of the village.
  2. II ,5,Hillsborough Terrace,Corris Uchaf,Machynlleth,,SY20 9RG
    The row of 10 cottages lies at the foot of the hill and on a bank set back from the main road, at the N end of the village.
  3. II ,6,Hillsborough Terrace,Corris Uchaf,Machynlleth,,SY20 9RG
    The row of 10 cottages lies at the foot of the hill, on a bank set back from the main road, at the N end of the village.
  4. II ,8,Hillsborough Terrace,Corris Uchaf,Machynlleth,,SY20 9RG
    The row of 10 cottages lies at the foot of the hill, set back on a bank from the main road, at the N end of the village.
  5. II Alfred Hughes Memorial
    The memorial stands on a triangular piece of land beside the A487, where the main road turns W to climb to Corris Uchaf.
  6. II Capel Rehoboth (Capel Goffa), also known as Capel Newydd
    The chapel lies in Abercorris, built at right angles to the road on steeply shelving land below the road to Aberllefenni.
  7. II Capel Salem including front wall and railings
    The chapel, which is the last surviving working chapel in the town, stands well back from the main street in the centre of Corris.
  8. II Ceiswyn
    The farm is the last dwelling in Cwm Ratgoed. It is sited uphill on a bank raised above the Afon Ceiswyn, and NW of Dugoed.
  9. II Corris Institute
    The Institute is built at the lowest point of the main street, on the W side of the road and near the S bank of the Afon Deri, at the centre of the village,
  10. II Crud-y-gwyn
    The row of 10 cotttages lies at the foot of the hill, set back on a bank from the main road, at the N end of the village.
  11. II Cymerau Cottages
    The row of 4 cottages is set back from the track at the S end of the road running up Cwm Ratcoed, and backs on to Cymerau Quarry.
  12. II Cymerau Cottages
    The row of four cottages is set back from the track at the S end of the road running up Cwm Ratgoed, and backs on to Cymerau Quarry.
  13. II Cymerau Cottages
    The row of four cottages is set back from the track at the S end of the road running up Cwm Ratgoed, and backs on to Cymerau Quarry.
  14. II Cymerau Cottages
    The row of four cottages is set back fromt he track, near the S end of the road running up Cwm Ratgoed, and backs on to Cymerau Quarry.
  15. II Dol-y-dderwin
    The house stands back from the main road to Machynlleth, 1.609 km N of Pont ar Ddyfi.
  16. II Dolgoed
    The house stands at the head of Cwm Ratgoed, near the left bank of Afon Ceiswyn.
  17. II Dovey Cottage, Pen-y-bont Cottages
    On the N bridgehead of the Pont-ar-Ddyfi facing S across the river towards Machynlleth.
  18. II Dylluan-y-Deri
    The row of 10 cottages lies at the foot of the hill, set back on a bank above the main road, at the N end of the village.
  19. II Farm building at Llwydiarth
    Llwydiarth farmstead lies in an enclave in forestry, NE of Aberllefenni. The farm building is immediately S and parallel to the farmhouse.
  20. II Gwyn Hafod
    The row of 10 cottages lies at the foot of the hill and on a bank set back from the main road at the N end of the village.
  21. II Gwynfa Bach
    The row of 10 cottages lies at the foot of the hill and on a bank set back from the main road at the N end of the village.
  22. II Hen-gau
    The farmhouse is located on the W side of the valley under Fron-fawr, facing E with farm buildings set apart to the N and S. It is reached by a farm track leading off the main valley road running NW
  23. II Idris House
    The building stands in a conspicuous position in the main street of the village, adjoining Capel Salem on the right.
  24. II Lliwdy
    The house stands beside the driveway to the Esgair Estate, approximately 50m from the main road.
  25. II Llwydiarth
    The farm stands on an eminence overlooking the Nant Llwydiarth to the E, now largely within forestry, and is reached by a winding farm road leading off the minor road from Aberllefenni to Aberangell.
  26. II Maespoeth Locomotive Shed and attached workshops
    The locomotive shed stands alongside the main road, S of Corris village.
  27. II Milestone
    The milestone stands in the road verge, near Melin Pantperthog.
  28. II Milestone
    The milestone stands in the W verge of the main road near Esgairgeiliog.
  29. II Neuadd Bentref
    The building stands back behind the former playground, in the centre of the hamlet of Pantperthog.
  30. II Pant-y-celyn
    Nos 1 and 2 Pant-y-celyn are two cottages in a row off Minffordd Street, behind the properties fronting Bridge Street in the centre of the village.
  31. II Pant-y-celyn
    The building forms a short row with No 1, at right angles to Minffordd Street, at the centre of Corris, and facing E across a small garden to a roadway running down to the river.
  32. II Pen-y-bont Cottages Photos
    On the N bridgehead of the Pont-ar-Ddyfi facing S across the river towards Machynlleth.
  33. II Pen-y-bont Cottages
    On the N bridgehead of the Pont-ar-Ddyfi facing S across the river towards Machynlleth.
  34. II Pen-y-bont Cottages
    On the N bridgehead of the Pont-ar-Ddyfi facing S across the river towards Machynlleth.
  35. II Pen-y-bont Cottages
    On the N bridgehead of the Pont-ar-Ddyfi facing S across the river towards Machynlleth.
  36. II Pen-y-bont Cottages
    On the N bridgehead of the Pont-ar-Ddyfi facing S across the river towards Machynlleth.
  37. II* Plas Aberllefenni
    The house stands at the N end of Aberllefenni, in a loop of the road running to the E to Aberangell.
  38. II Plas Ty'n-y-berth
    The house lies in its own grounds, approached by a curving driveway off the main A487 to Dolgellau.
  39. II Pont Abercorris, also known as Bont Pentre (partly in Glantwymyn Community)
    The bridge carries the road E from the centre of Corris, over the Afon Dulas into Powys.
  40. II* Pont ar Dyfi (partly in Machynlleth Community)
    Spanning the River Dyfi to N of Machynlleth.
  41. II Pont Felin-y-ffridd
    The bridge carries the road from Machynlleth over the Afon Dulas into Powys, in the direction of Llanwrin.
  42. II Pont Llwyngwern (partly in Glantwymyn community)
    The bridge carries the road from the main A487 over the Afon Dulas to Plas Llwyngwern.
  43. II Preswylfa
    The row of 10 cottages lies at the foot of the hill, set back from the main road on a bank, at the N end of the village,
  44. II Railway Overbridge
    The overbridge carried the former Corris Railway over the Nant Deri, in the centre of Corris village.
  45. II Ratgoed Hall
    The house stands in its own well-planted grounds in the middle Ratgoed valley, and on a platform above the river, and was formerly the centre of a small slate-quarrying community. The stables lie to
  46. II Slate Fencing for the Ratgoed Tramway and adjoining fields
    The fencing lies to the NE of Capel Rehoboth, between the road and the river.
  47. II Tan-y-bryn
    The house is built across the slope, end on to the street, facing NW towards Nos 1 and 2 Pant-y-celyn.
  48. II The Bell House
    The building stands isolated but close to the road at the N end of the village.
  49. II The Slater's Arms
    The inn is on the corner of Bridge Street and the road running up from the bridge over the Afon Dulas crossing Bridge Street and continuing to the NW.
  50. II Turnpike Cottage
    The building stands in the junction of the A487 Machynlleth to Barmouth Road with the B4404 running E to Llanwrin, E of Pont ar Ddyfi.
  51. II Water Balanced Incline and Drumhouse
    Aberllefenni quarry lies on the NW branch road leading off the Aberllefenni to Aberangell road. The incline lies back c150m SW of the road.
  52. II Yr Efail
    The house is built gable on to the road rising up from the crossing of the Afon Dulas to the centre of Corris.

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