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Listed Buildings in Llanrhaeadr-yng-Nghinmeirch, Denbighshire

  1. II Agricultural Range at Brynlluarth
    Located to the NE of the farmhouse and facing the farmyard to the E.
  2. II Agricultural Range at Cae Serwyd
    To the S of the present farmhouse and closing the farmyard on the S side adjacent to, and at right-angels with, the primary house.
  3. II Agricultural Range at Carreg-y-Pennill
    Located to the W of Carreg-y-Pennill facing a sloping farmyard.
  4. II Agricultural Range at Groes-Gwta
    Located immediately to the W of the farmhouse on a sloping site at right-angles to the lane.
  5. II Agricultural Range at Llwyn-Uchaf
    Located immediately to the SW of Llwyn-Uchaf farmhouse.
  6. II Barn Range at Nant-y-Ffrith
    Located immediately to the S of Nant-y-Ffridd.
  7. II Barn to the N of Brynlluarth
    Located to the N of the farmhouse, closing a sloping farmyard on the W side.
  8. II Barns at Llanrhaeadr Hall, including Garden Walls adjoining to the N and NE
    Immediately opposite the stable block at Llanrhaeadr Hall
  9. II Bridge at Llanrhaeadr Hall
    Spanning a ditch at the end of a metalled drive at the entrance of the agricultural and servce court which formerly served Llanrhaeadr Hall.
  10. II Brynlluarth
    Located on an elevated site some 2km SE of Prion, facing Pant Pastinog accross a valley; accessed via a long track and set against a hillslope with its farmyard to the W.
  11. II Capel-y-Wern
    Prominently sited at a cross-roads towards the eastern boundary of the community, some 1.6km SW of Llanrhaeadr on a lane leading to Cyffylliog; set behind a low rubble wall enclosing a shallow forecou
  12. II Carreg-y-Pennill
    On a commanding hillslope site overlooking the vale of Clwyd approximately 1km W of Pentre Llanrhaeadr; accessed via a farm track leading W from a lane running from Pentre to Prion.
  13. II Cart and Stable Block at Groes-Gwta
    Located immediately to the N of the agricultural range at Groes-Gwta.
  14. II Cartshed to the N of Carreg-y-Pennill
    Located a short distance to the N of Carreg-y-Pennill facing a sloping farmyard to the E.
  15. II Chest Tomb at St Dyfnog's Church
    Immediately to the E of the church, within the churchyard.
  16. II Chest Tomb of Captain Wynn
    Located withtin the churchyard, 6m NE of the Jesse Window of St Dyfnog's Church.
  17. II Entrance Gates, Gatepiers and adjoining Strapwork Walls at Llanrhaeadr Hall
    At the entrance to the tree-lined drive of Llanrhaeadr Hall, set back slightly to the NE of the main road.
  18. II Forecourt Gates and Gatepiers at Llanrhaeadr Hall
    At the entrance to the metalled forecourt, at the end of a tree-lined drive.
  19. II Garden Walls to the rear of the Almshouses including associated former Bakehouse
    Extending to the side (N) and rear (W) of the almshouse complex and running parallel with a stream from St Dyfnog's Well down towards the churchyard.
  20. II Gates, Gatepiers and Forecourt Walls, including associated Arch and Bridge to S, at the Almshouses
    Immediately to the front (E) and side (SE) of the almshouses.
  21. II Groes-Gwta Farmhouse
    Located opposite the chapel in the centre of Prion, on the N side of the lane, its E side facing a small walled garden parallel to the road.
  22. II Haybarn at Llanrhaeadr Hall
    Immediately to the SW of the stable block at Llanrhaeadr Hall.
  23. II Hen Vicarage
    Located towards the eastern boundary of the community, set back from a lane running E of the main Denbigh-Ruthin road; adjacent to the Cymro PH.
  24. II Icehouse at Llewesog Hall
    Situated in woodland 120m SW of Llewesog Hall near to the junction of the minor road from Llanrhaeadr to Prion and the drive to the Hall.
  25. II L-shaped Agricultural Range at the Vicarage
    Located 60m NW of the vicarage.
  26. II* Llanrhaeadr Hall
    Located approximately 750m E of Llanrhaeadr village and set within its own grounds; accessed via a long, tree-lined and gated drive running NE from the road.
  27. II Llewesog Hall
    Located within its own grounds and set within a partly-wooded park approximately 1km SE of Prion; accessed via an unmetalled track running SE from a lane leading S off the main Prion-Llanrhaeadr road.
  28. II Llewesog Isaf
    Located approximately 750m W of the village, set back to the NW of a lane running SW from the village towards Prion.
  29. II Llwyn-Uchaf
    Located in fields towards the northern boundary of the community, to the N of a lane running from Pont Ystrad to Llanrhaeadr; accessed via a long unmetalled track.
  30. II Lychgate and Churchyard Walls, including Sundial Base, at St Dyfnog's Church
    Enclosing the churchyard on the N and E sides, the lychgate forming the entrance to the churchyard on the N side, opposite the porch.
  31. II Nant-y-Ffrith
    Located in a valley towards the SE boundary of the community approximately 2km S of Llewesog Hall; accessed via a long, unmetalled track running SE from a lane leading S from Llewesog towards Cyffylli
  32. II No.1 The Almshouses
    Adjoining the churchyard at the W end, raised up slightly behind a gated forecourt retaining wall.
  33. II No.2 The Almshouses
    Adjoining the churchyard at the W end.
  34. II No.3 The Almshouses
    Adjoining the churchyard at the W end.
  35. II No.4 The Almshouses
    Adjoining the churchyard at the W end
  36. II Outbuilding at Llanrhaeadr Hall
    Immediately to the NW of the hall, opposite its service facade.
  37. I Parish Church of St Dyfnog
    Picturesquely-sited in the village centre, set back from the road within its own walled churchyard.
  38. II Pen-y-Cae Farmhouse
    Located approximately 0.6km S of Rhewl and 1km E of Prion, to the W of the eastern drive to Llewesog Hall; accessed via a track running W from the drive.
  39. II Peniel Chapel and Manse
    Located at the north-western boundary of the community, set back at right-angles to the road behind a partly-railed, metalled forecourt.
  40. II Pont Drefechan (partly in Llanynys community)
    Spanning the Afon Clywedog at the eastern boundary of the community.
  41. II Primary House at Cae Serwyd
    Located approximately 1.2km SE of Prion and 0.5km S of Llewesog Hall on an elevated site immediately to the SW of the present farmhouse; accessed via a track running S from a lane running to the S of
  42. II Prion Chapel and Ty Capel including Forecourt Walls and Gates
    Located in the centre of Prion, set back from the lane behind a walled and metalled forecourt on a slight rise, the chapel at right-angles to the road.
  43. II Rosa Fawr Farmhouse
    About 2km S of Denbigh on the W side of a minor road between Pont Ystrad and Prion.
  44. II Sheds to the rear of the Almshouses, including associated Gates and Gatepiers
    Located immediately to the rear of the almshouses.
  45. II Smithy Cottage
    Adjacent to the Smithy in the centre of the village, diagonally opposite the church lychgate.
  46. II St Dyfnog's Well
    In a rocky, wooded natural bowl approximately 0.25km above, and to the W of, the church of St Dyfnog; accessed via a path running parallel with the well stream from the churchyard.
  47. II Stable Block at Llanrhaeadr Hall
    At the centre of a group of service buildings loosely grouped to the NW of Llanrhaeadr Hall.
  48. II Telephone Call-box
    On the pavement in the centre of the village adjacent to the Smithy.
  49. II Telephone Call-box
    On the roadside at the western boundary of the community immediately opposite Peniel Chapel; within the chapel's railed forecourt.
  50. II The Lower House at Llanrhaeadr Hall
    Located a short distance to the NW of Llanrhaeadr Hall, beyond the single storey outbuilding.
  51. II The Smithy
    Located to the NE of the church, facing the churchyard, immediately opposite the lychgate.
  52. II The Vicarage
    On a commanding site overlooking the Vale of Clwyd, 1km SW of St Dyfnog's church on the outskirts of the small village; accessed via its own drive leading SE from a lane running W towards Prion.

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