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Listed Buildings in Llangors, Powys

  1. II Barn and attached byre at Nant y Felin Uchaf
    Part of a group of buildings at Nant y Felin farm reached by a short track from the road between Bwlch and Cathedine, this L shaped range bordering Cwm Nantyfelin.
  2. II Barn and byre range at Lower Pendre Photos
    Adjacent to the farmhouse, fronting the main village road.
  3. II Barn and stable range N of Lower Cathedine farmhouse
    Forming the N and W sides of the original farmyard at Cathedine, the house and farm range forming E and S sides, with main barn end on to road.
  4. II Barn at Brynderwen
    Forming the S side of the farmyard at Brynderwen, opposite the cartshed and granary, the two reached by a short track from the Tal-y-llyn to Pennorth road.
  5. II Barn at Cathedine Fawr
    Built into hillside just N of house with farmyard between.
  6. II Barn at Ty Mawr
    Forming the E side of the farmyard at Ty Mawr, at right angles to the cart shed, the farmyard being situated across the lane from Ty Mawr house.
  7. II Barn at Ty Mawr
    Forming the W side of the central farmyard, linking the farmhouse to one side and the granary range to the other.
  8. II Barn at Upper Penllanafal
    Situated NE of Llangors on high ground, on N side of the lane leading towards the mountains, near the farmhouse, and near NE community boundary.
  9. II Barn at Waunmynich
    Forms the W border of the farmyard which lies W of the Farmhouse and Kitchen/Granary.
  10. II Barn range at Plas Photos
    At the E edge of Llangors village and bordering the lane at the triangular junction.
  11. II Barn range at Ty Canol
    At right angles to Ty Canol house and forming the W and N sides of the farmyard.
  12. II Barn to SE of Neuadd including attached front wall
    The high front wall of the property fronts the lane, the barn slightly set back at right angles. Neuadd is situated a little N of the village centre on the W side of the main thoroughfare.
  13. II Barn with attached granary at Crickie
    At right angles to Crickie farmhouse and attached farm range, fronting the farmyard.
  14. II Boundary Marker Stone
    Located at the intersection of bridleways at the NW end of Mynydd Troed; at the boundary between Talgarth and Llangors communities.
  15. II* Brynllici including barn atttached to left
    Situated down a farm track just NW of the hamlet of Pennorth.
  16. II Byre at Cathedine Fawr
    At right angles to the barn at a lower level and separated from it by a wall which forms a small separate yard fronting the byre.
  17. II Byre at Upper Penllanafal
    Stands NE of Llangors on high ground on S side of the lane leading towards the mountains, adjacent to the farmhouse and near NE community boundary.
  18. II Cart shed and Stable range at Ty Mawr
    On the W side of the farm complex and parallel with the great barn.
  19. II Cart shed range at Ty Mawr
    Farmyard of Ty Mawr is on the opposite side of the lane from house, this range forming the N side of the yard.
  20. II Cartshed and granary at Brynderwen
    Forms the N side of the farmyard at Brynderwen, opposite the barn, both reached by a short track from the road linking Tal-y-llyn and Pennorth.
  21. II* Cathedine Fawr farmhouse including attached kitchen and granary range
    On rising ground overlooking Llangorse Lake from E, just above the main road to Llangorse village and N of the hamlet of Cathedine.
  22. II* Church of St Gastyn Photos
    Very near the S edge of Llangorse Lake and adjacent to the Old School.
  23. II* Church of St Mary Photos
    In the centre of the small hamlet, on flat low land bordered by a stream to N.
  24. II Church of St Michael Photos
    Stands above the SE bank of Llangorse Lake and just below the main road between Bwlch and Llangors in a steeply sloping churchyard bordered to E by a stone wall with railings and gatepiers.
  25. II Church of St Michael and All Angels Photos
    Situated on rising ground just N of the main village thoroughfare, the churchyard sloping E to the River Tawel.
  26. II* Church of St Paulinus Photos
    Situated in the centre of Llangors Village on low lying ground bordered on N by Nant Cwy; in a rectangular churchyard, partly walled, entered through gate at SW.
  27. II Cowbyre to N of Crickie farmhouse
    Opposite Crickie farmhouse forming the N side of the front farmyard.
  28. II Crickie (also known as Crugiau) farmhouse including in-line farm range
    In an isolated position NNE of Llangorse on land sloping down to Nant Cwy and reached by a long farm track.
  29. II Entrance gateway and wall at Treberfydd
    The curved wall bounds the front entrance courtyard facing the park and lake with gateways to drives at each side.
  30. II Field barn near Cockit Hill
    Just W of the high road running below Mynydd Troed near the boundary with the open mountain E of Llanbeilin and N of Cockit.
  31. II Former house at Brynllici
    Opposite Brynllici, down a farm track from the lane between Tal-y-llyn and Pennorth.
  32. II Garden Cottage with front wall, gate and railings at Treberfydd
    Within the grounds of Treberfydd, fronting the lane between Pennorth and Trebinshwn, adjacent to the walled garden, garden nursery and range of greenhouses and sheds.
  33. II Garden wall and room at Trebinshwn
    Forming the rear wall to the courtyard behind the house, incorporating a garden room and extending to enclose a rectangular garden.
  34. II Gilfach
    On rising ground, midway between the E edge of Llangorse Lake and Mynydd Llangors, SE of Llangors village.
  35. II Glynderi
    In the small hamlet of Tal-y-llyn on the E side of the lane to Pennorth, reached by a short drive and close to Brynderwen.
  36. II Granary range at Ty Canol
    At right angles to the farmhouse forming the E side of the farmyard at Ty Canol and backing onto the lane.
  37. II Group of 2 chest tombs in the churchyard to SW of church of St Michael and All Angels
    In the churchyard S of the W tower of the church.
  38. II Group of 2 chest tombs in the churchyard to SW of church of St Paulinus Photos
    Near the S boundary wall of the churchyard, towards W.
  39. II Group of 3 headstones in the churchyard to SE of the church of St Paulinus Photos
    In the SE section of the graveyard, just S of path to The Old Vicarage.
  40. II Group of two table tombs in the churchyard to S of church of St Michael and All Angels
    Near the S wall of the church.
  41. II Gunter monuments in the churchyard at E end of church of St Michael
    Near the SE corner of the church.
  42. II Gwndwnwal
    Near the N boundary of the community near Afon Llynfi and N of the village of Llanfihangel Tal-y-llyn, reached by a farm track.
  43. II Hemley Hall Cottage, including attached Barn and Kitchen at right angles
    On rising ground to the N of the village of Llanfihangel Tal-y-llyn adjacent to Neuadd.
  44. II Kitchen and Granary range at Waunmynich
    At right angles and close to Waunmynich Farmhouse.
  45. II Lewis monument in churchyard to SE of the church of St Paulinus Photos
    In the S part of the churchyard, S of the E end of the church.
  46. II Lower Cathedine farmhouse and attached farm range to W.
    In the hamlet of Cathedine a little N of the church and backing onto the road to Llangors.
  47. II Lower Pendre Photos
    Towards the N end of Llangors village on W side of main street.
  48. II Lychgate in churchyard of St Gastyn Photos
    Forming the W entrance to the churchyard and adjacent to The Old School.
  49. II Neuadd
    Within Llangors village, a little N of the centre, on the W side of the main thoroughfare.
  50. II Neuadd
    On higher ground overlooking from N the village of Llanfihangel at the junction with Heol Hemley.
  51. II* Old School House (also known as Yr Hen Ysgol) Photos
    Near Llangorse lake and adjacent to the church of St Gastyn.
  52. II Pennorth railway bridge
    In the hamlet of Pennorth adjacent to the crossroads.
  53. II Penuel Chapel Photos
    In the centre of Llangors village opposite the church.
  54. II Pont Hemley
    NE of the village of Llangors and E of Llanfihangel Tal-y-llyn, crossing Afon Llynfi.
  55. II Shortreed monument in the churchyard to SW of church of St Michael
    Near the SW boundary of the churchyard.
  56. II* Stable courtyard at Treberfydd
    Attached to the NW side of Treberfydd mansion with main entrance from front terrace; also rear drive entrance.
  57. II Table tomb to Jane Watkeys in the churchyard to E of the church of St Paulinus Photos
    Near the E wall of the S aisle of the church.
  58. II Table tomb to Rebecca Jones in the churchyard to E of the church of St Paulinus Photos
    E of the church, near the boundary with The Old Vicarage.
  59. II Table tomb to Richard Bowen in the churchyard to E of the church of St Paulinus Photos
    Close to E end of church.
  60. II Tal-y-llyn Railway Tunnel
    In the hamlet of Tal-y-llyn in a garden of a house converted from the former station.
  61. II The Old Vicarage Photos
    In Llangors village E of the churchyard and reached by a lane passing the Old Mill.
  62. I Treberfydd (also known as Treberfedd)
    On rising ground above the S shore of Lake Llangorse, overlooking the Lake and Mynydd Troed, standing in a large garden and parkland reached by front and rear drives.
  63. II* Trebinshwn house and attached stable wing
    SE of Llangorse lake, set in grounds reached by a drive.
  64. II Treholford
    In the hamlet of Cathedine, on rising ground above the main road to E and Cathedine church, and reached by a lane and drive.
  65. II* Two granaries at Ty Mawr
    Standing side by side and linked by a screen wall. Forming the S side of a courtyard for Ty Mawr, reached by a farm track.
  66. II Ty Canol farmhouse
    In the centre of Llan-y-Wern hamlet between the farmsteads of Ty Mawr and Ty Draw, W of the church.
  67. II Ty Mawr Farmhouse
    In the centre of the small hamlet of Llan-y-wern NW of the church.
  68. II Ty Mawr farmhouse including attached range to W
    Near the S edge of Llangorse Lake, W of Llangasty Tal-y-llyn, reached by a farm track.
  69. II Upper Cathedine
    S of the hamlet of Cathedine, just above the main road between Bwlch and Llangors.
  70. II Vaughan monument in the churchyard to S side of church of St Michael
    Very near the SE end of the nave.
  71. II Walled garden at Treberfydd
    To the W of Treberfydd house and a little N of the road between Pennorth and Bwlch, with Garden Cottage adjacent.
  72. II Walled garden at Treholford
    On the slope above Treholford E of the house.
  73. II Walled terrace and steps in Treberfydd garden
    Adjoining at right angles the S wall of Treberfydd house.
  74. II Waunmynich Farmhouse
    In the NW part of the community, NW of the hamlet of Llan-y-wern, on high ground a little W of Waunymynach Common.
  75. II Ysgubor Newydd
    On rising ground above the lane linking Pennorth and Llangasty, SW of Ty Mawr.

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