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Listed Buildings in Llangadog, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Barn at Hirlwyn Isaf
    Situated to rear of farm site, touching corners with the long outbuilding behind the farmhouse.
  2. II* Bont-ar-Towy (partly in Llansadwrn community)
    Situated on A4069 about 1 km W of Llangadog, just E of junction with A40. Half of bridge is in Llans
  3. II Brodawel
    Situated at corner of Walters Road and Vicarage Road behind low curving stone front wall.
  4. II Brynmelyn and attached outbuildings
    Situated down track running S off lane from Pont Newydd to Gwynfe.
  5. II Capel Gosen Photos
    Situated on N side of road some 300m NW of Llangadog church, set in iron-railed forecourt.
  6. II Capel Jerusalem and attached outbuildings
    Situated just above the Clydach river, below Gwynfe village, on W side of the lane towards Brynaman.
  7. II* Church House
    Situated on E side of street, just S of churchyard.
  8. II Church of All Saints
    Situated in centre of Gwynfe village.
  9. II* Church of Saint Cadoc Photos
    Situated towards the upper end of Church Street, in large churchyard with stone boundary wall.
  10. II* Coedweddus
    Situated some 4 km E of Llangadog, reached by drive running N from lane to Llanddeusant.
  11. II Crug Glas
    Situated to S of Garn Goch and the Gaer Fawr hillfort, approached by lane running SE from junction s
  12. II Cwrt-y-plas
    Situated set-back from Church Street, N of Vicarage Road.
  13. II Delfan
    Situated at the N end of the street, next to Pont Bran.
  14. II Former Church Hall
    Situated on NE side of road parallel to Church Street, set back in grounds with iron railings and st
  15. II Glansawdde
    Situated on W side of A4069 some 500m S of Llangadog.
  16. II Granary at Crug Glas
    Situated immediately in front of farmhouse at Crug Glas.
  17. II Great House (Post Office)
    Situated between Nythfa and the Red Lion Inn.
  18. II Gwynfe Church Hall
    Situated in the churchyard of All Saints' Church, in Gwynfe village.
  19. II Hirlwyn Isaf and outbuilding
    Situated down track of some 500m running E off A4069 from point some 600m SE of the New Inn.
  20. II Llwyn-yr-adar
    Situated prominently on curve of Church Street, opposite Church House.
  21. II Mandinam
    Situated some 3 km E of Llangadog, reached by long drive off lane running SE towards Llanddeussant.
  22. II Milestone near Bran Mill
    Situated some 600m E of Llangadog, on S side of road to Llandovery, some 70m W of junction with lane
  23. II Milestone outside Llangadog Creamery
    Situated on S side of A 4069 some 180m W of railway crossing.
  24. II Nythfa
    Situated between Church House and Great House.
  25. II Outbuilding at Crug Glas
    Situated just NE of farmhouse at Crug Glas, enclosing corner of yard.
  26. II Outbuilding at Wern Wgan
    Situated on W side of farmyard at Wern Wgan.
  27. II Outbuildings to rear of Red Lion
    Situated to rear of hotel, framing rear yard.
  28. II Pant Cilywrach
    Situated in abandoned site below Black Mountain, reached from a track across the Black Mountains.
  29. II Pant Mawr with attached outbuilding and barn
    Situated on hillside above Capel Jerusalem.
  30. II Penrhyn House
    Situated on corner of Walters Road, attached to Brodawel in L-plan pair. Whitewashed rubble stone cu
  31. II Penyrhiw
    Situared above Sawdde valley, down steep track running E from point about 1 km S of Pont-ar-llechau
  32. II* Plas Glansevin
    Situated about 2 km E of Llangadog near the River Bran.
  33. II Plas Newydd and barn
    Situated about 2km SE of Llangadog, and 1km down lane that runs E from A4069 at Brynheulog towards L
  34. II Pont Bran
    Situated at N end of Church Street.
  35. II Pound near Rhuad y Mon
    Situated some 600m SW of Capel Bethlehem, on S side of road.
  36. II Pound near Three Horse Shoes
    Just to the South of the former Three Horse Shoes PH at Pont-ar-llechau
  37. II Providence Independent Chapel, vestry, house and railed forecourt. Photos
    Situated on E side of A4069 some 200m S of Llangadog, set back in railed forecourt.
  38. II Railings, piers and gates to former Church Hall
    Situated enclosing the grassed court of former Church Hall
  39. II* Red Lion Hotel
    Situated prominently in centre of Church Street.
  40. II Rose Cottage
    Situated raised from street on terrace, opposite the Red Lion Inn.
  41. II Telephone Call-box (01550 740200)
    Situated by entry to Gwynfe churchyard in Gwynfe village.
  42. II Telephone Call-box outside the Goose and Cuckoo Public House
    Immediately outside entrance to Goose and Cuckoo Public House.
  43. II The Limes (including front railings)
    Situated in centre of the village, facing down Church Street.
  44. II The Limes Shop
    Situated on S side of square, on corner of Dyrfal Road.
  45. II The Vicarage
    Situated in own grounds at end of lane, W of village centre.
  46. II Toll House at Glansawdde
    Situated on E side of A4069 some 500m S of Llangadog, opposite Glansawdde.
  47. II Wern Wgan
    Situated on edge of open common at SW corner of community area, on N side of the mountain road to Ga

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