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Listed Buildings in Llanegryn, Gwynedd

  1. II Barn and attached farm building at Ty'n y Cornel
    The farmyard at Ty'n-y-cornel lies below and to the S of the farmhouse. The barn and its ancillary building provide the SW side of the enclosed farmyard.
  2. II Barn at Tynewydd, adjoining Rhine Cottage
    The barn stands gable on to the street at the E end of village, and at the bottom end of the garden leading up to Ty-newydd.
  3. II Barn in the farmyard at Glanmachlas
    The barn forms a focus across the far end of the extensive farmyard at Glanmachlas.
  4. II Bodegryn
    The house is built in a row, directly on to the village street, at the E end of the village.
  5. II Brewery/Laundry range at Peniarth
    The building stands almost directly behind the service range at the back of the main house, aligned SE-NW.
  6. II Bryn meirion
    The house, one of a pair, lies on the S side of the road out of Llanegryn village towards Peniarth.
  7. II Bryn Tudur
    The house stands on a trackway off the main Llanegryn to Abergynolwen Road, commencing opposite the gates to Peniarth.
  8. II Capel Bethel, with vestry and front railed forecourt
    The chapel is at the E end of the village, connected to Capel Ebenezer by vestries forming a long facade.
  9. II Capel Ebenezer, with vestry and front railed forecourt
    The chapel stands at the E end of the village facing the large paved area at the start of the road to Glanymorfa-uchaf. Unusually, it is attached by vestries to the Cavinistic Methodist Chapel.
  10. II Carthouse range at Ty'n y Cornel
    The carthouse range of farm buildings forms the SE side of the farmyard, which is entered at the S corner, and has a gated opening in a stone wall at the N corner leading to the house and hillside abo
  11. II Cemaes
    The house stands above the road from the village to Abergynolwyn, E of Glanmachlas.
  12. I Church of St Mary and St Egryn
    The church is located on a S facing bluff above the confluence of two streams, NNW of the present nucleated village, and is reached by a minor road off the N end of the main village street.
  13. II Coach-house and Stables at Peniarth Uchaf
    The coach-house and stables are within the park, lying on a cut platform to the N of the house by the farm road to Ty'n-y-cornel. They are carefully concealed from view from the house by a large land
  14. II Cock Pit at Peniarth Uchaf
    The cock pit is set on a natural rocky outcrop, opposite the front elevation of Peniarth-uchaf.
  15. II Farm building on the E side of the farmyard at Fron Newydd, with the wall enclosing the yard
    Fron Newydd lies on the N side of the minor road from Llanegryn to Tonfanau, on the N side of the Dysynni estuary. The farmyard lies in front of and below the farmhouse, and is defined by a low stone
  16. II Farm building on W side of the farmyard at Fron Newydd
    Fron Newydd lies on the N sider of the minor road from Llanegryn to Tonfanau, on the N side of the Dysynni estuary. The farmyard lies in front and below the old farmhouse.
  17. II Farm buildings associated with Trychiad Isaf
    The farm buildings are immediately to the N of Trychiad-isaf.
  18. II Farm range on the NE side of the farmyard at Glanmachlas
    Glanmachlas lies on the road outside the NE boundary wall of the Peniarth Estate. The farmyard, behind the house, is in the form of a long rectangle, with a long range on each side, and the large bar
  19. II Farmyard buildings on the NW side of the farmyard at Ty'n y Cornel
    The farmyard buildings comprise the NW side of the enclosed farmyard at Ty'n y Cornel.
  20. II Fron Newydd
    Fron-newydd lies on the N side of the minor road from Llanegryn to Tonfanau, on the N side of the Dysynni estuary. The old farmhouse lies at the rear of the new farmhouse and reached by a track passi
  21. II Game Larder at Peniarth Uchaf
    The game larder stands to the N of the house, near the farm road to Ty'n-y-cornel.
  22. II Gate piers and gate to Peniarth
    The gates to the estate are set back on the S side of the road from Llanegryn to Abergynolwyn, opposite the lodge.
  23. II Gate piers at the W driveway to Peniarth
    The gate is set in walling at the head of the W, former service, drive to Peniarth, at the commencement of the private access drive to the W of the house.
  24. II Glanmachlas
    The farmhouse stands near the road from Llanegryn to Abergynolwyn, on the NE side of Peniarth Estate boundary wall. The farmyard lies at the rear of the house.
  25. II Glanymorfa Mawr
    The farm stands to the SE of the village, reached by a farm road from in front of the chapels at the E end of the main street.
  26. II Hen siop, with front garden wall
    The house stands back from the minor road leading N from the crossroads immediately E of the church, running towards Cae'r mynach and the open hill of Allt-lwyd.
  27. II Llwyn
    The three cottages lie at the end of a trackway leading off the Llanegryn to Abergynolwyn road, opposite the gates to Peniarth.
  28. II Lychgate at the Church of St Mary and St Egryn
    The church stands c500-600m N of the present village. The lychgate forms the entrance to the churchyard from the E.
  29. II Maes y Haf
    The house, one of a pair, lies on the S side of the road out of Llanegryn running towards Peniarth.
  30. II Mile Marker opposite Bryn Eglwys
    The mile marker is on the main road from Tywyn to Dolgellau, nearly opposite the farm road to Bryn Eglwys. It is set in a bank on the verge of the road, SE of the corner at Cil-y-sarn.
  31. II Monument to Parch. Hugh Owen
    The monument stands in the forecourt in front of Capel Ebenezer.
  32. II Nant Madyn
    The farmhouse is on high land, reached by a minor road running N from the crossroads immediately E of the church.
  33. II North-East range of the farmyard attached to Ty'n y Cornel
    Ty'n y Cornel stands within the grounds of Peniarth-uchaf estate, slightly to the N of the house. The farmyard lies below the farmhouse.
  34. II* Peniarth
    The Peniarth Estate occupies a considerable tract of land on the N bank of the Afon Dysynni, E of Llanegryn village. The house stands towards the S edge of the parkland, overlooking the river and the
  35. II Peniarth Uchaf
    The house lies in a secluded valley off the NW side of the Dyffryn Dysynni, and is reached by a private road off the minor road from Llanegryn to Abergynolwyn, immediately before Pont-y-garth, on the
  36. II Pont Dysynni (partly in Bryn Crug community)
    The bridge lies alongside the main road from Tywyn to Dolgellau, crossing the Afon Dysynni.
  37. II Rhine Cottage
    A pair of cottages, now one dwelling, standing at the E end of the village street, facing S over the bridge.
  38. II SE range of farm buildings around the large farmyard at Glanmachlas
    Glanmachlas is a Peniarth Estate farm, immediately outside the NE estate boundary wall. The range forms the SE side of the elongated farmyard behind the house.
  39. II Service yard range of buildings at Peniarth
    The large service yard stands immediately to the rear, NW, of the house. The range of buildings lines the NNE side, facing over the yard.
  40. II The Clock House
    The building is within the grounds of Peniarth, approximately 20m M of the house, facing out over the lawns to the SE.
  41. II Trychiad Isaf
    The house is one of a pair of farmhouses lying directly E of the chapels at the E end of the village. It is reached by a farm road running S off the main road from the village to Peniarth
  42. II Trychiad Uchaf
    The farmhouse is one of a pair situated directly E of the chapels in the village, and is reached by a farm road running S off the road to Peniarth from the far end of the village.
  43. II Ty'n y Cornel
    The farmstead is located to the NE of the Peniarth-uchaf estate, reached by a roadway off the N side of the road from Llanegryn to Abergynolwyn, immediately before Pont-y-garth.

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