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Listed Buildings in Talybont-on-Usk, Powys

  1. II 1 Lower Cross Oak Cottages
    The L shaped group of cottages stands at a junction where the road between Talybont and Pencelli adj
  2. II 3 Lower Cross Oak Cottages
    The L shaped group of cottages stands at the junction where the road between Talybont and Pencelli a
  3. II 5 Lower Cross Oak Cottages
    The L shaped group of cottages stands at the junction where the road between Talybont and Pencelli a
  4. II Aber Bridge
    In the centre of Aberclydach hamlet, over the river Clydach.
  5. II Abercynafon farmhouse and attached farm range
    By the mountain road from Pontsticill to Talybont, in Glyn Collwn to W of the Talybont Reservoir.
  6. II Ashford
    Close to the River Usk and below the road between Llangynidr and Talybont, reached by a sloping driv
  7. II Ashford Cottage
    Set into the hillside above the B4558 overlooking the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, Ashford Tunnel
  8. II Ashford tunnel N Portal (Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal)
    Adjacent to B4558, W of Ashford.
  9. II Ashford Tunnel S Portal (Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal)
    Adjacent to the B4558, NE of Ashford Cottage.
  10. II Bank House
    Close to the S bank of the canal in Talybont village and adjacent to the swing bridge.
  11. II Barn and attached cartshed and granary at Buckland Farm
    To the rear of Buckland Farmhouse, each side of the barn fronting a farmyard. Buckland Farm is sit
  12. II Barn and byre range at Coed Hir
    Above the mountain road between Ponsticill and Talybont, reached by a steep farm track, near the SW
  13. II Barn and stable range at Newton
    Forming the E side of the farmyard, opposite the house.
  14. II Barn at Abercynafon
    Fronting the mountain road and opposite Abercynafon farmhouse and attached range.
  15. II Barn at Blaenant
    Forming the S side of the farmyard at Blaenant and adjoining the byre. Blaenant lies to SW of Pencel
  16. II Barn at Nantllanerch
    On the opposite side of the yard facing the farmhouse, the gable end backing onto the mountain lane.
  17. II Barn at Pencelli Court
    Forming the west side of the farmyard at Pencelli Court.
  18. II Barn at Pentwyn
    Built into the slope end on to the lane, at right angles to the farmhouse, a sloping yard between.
  19. II Barn range at Castle Farm
    Forming the SE side of the courtyard at Castle Farm, opposite the house.
  20. II Barn range at Cui Parc
    Close to the house at Cui Park, adjacent to the drive and sideways on to the lane, c 1km SW of Taly
  21. II Barn range at Maes Mawr
    On the opposite side of the lane from Maes Mawr farmhouse, reached off B4558.
  22. II Barn range at Tyle Clydach
    Opposite the farmhouse on the other side of a narrow mountain lane.
  23. II Barn to N of The Tower
    Just off the S side of the main Abergavenny Brecon Road (A40), the gable end fronting the track lead
  24. II Blaenant farmhouse
    In an isolated position at the end of a mountain lane on the W slope of a valley just below the open
  25. II Bridge at Abercynafon
    Just N of Abercynafon farm, just off the main valley road, a new bridge over Nant Cynafon having by-
  26. II Bridge over Nant Cui
    The lower of the two bridges over the stream before it joins Afon Caerfanell, adjacent to Cui Lodge
  27. II Brynhyfryd
    Overlooking the canal on the E border of Talybont village and reached by a drive adjacent to the can
  28. II Buckland Farmhouse
    The farm complex stands E of the lane leading from the main Brecon Abergavenny Road, N of Buckland a
  29. II Buckland Hall (aka Buckland House, Buckland and Crosfield House)
    Set into the hillside on the lower W slopes of Buckland Hill with extensive views over the Usk Valle
  30. II Byre at Blaenant
    Forming the W side of the farmyard, Blaenant is to SW of Pencelli.
  31. II Byre at Pencelli Court.
    Forms the N side of the farmyard facing Pencelli Court
  32. II Byre range and dairy at Buckland Farm
    Extending W from the feedmill and forming the S boundary of the farm complex, the W end parallel wit
  33. II Canal store at Pencelli
    Fronting the canal towpath in the centre of Pencelli, adjacent to The Royal Oak.
  34. II Cartshed and workshop at Buckland Farm
    To the rear of Buckland farmhouse on the N side. Buckland Farm is situated near the main park entra
  35. II Cartshed at Blaenant
    Forming the NE border of the famyard. Blaenant lies to SW of Pencelli.
  36. II Castle Bridge (Canal Bridge No. 152)
    On S side of Pencelli village, SE of the earthworks of Castle Farm.
  37. II* Castle Farm farmhouse
    On the E side of Pencelli village surrounded on 3 sides by the former castle earthworks with the can
  38. II Chapel at Aberclydach and surrounding cemetery wall Photos
    On the S slope of Cwm Clydach, W of the hamlet of Aberclydach, opposite the Quarryworkers Cottages.
  39. II Chilson Bridge (Canal Bridge No.146)
    N of Talybont village and SW of Gilestone.
  40. II Church of St Ffraed
    On rising ground just above the main road to Brecon which passes beneath it to W close by the River
  41. II* Church of St Meugan Photos
    At Llanfeugan, in an isolated position SW of the hamlet of Pencelli, on the W bank of a deep-cuttin
  42. II* Church of St Tetta Photos
    In the scattered hamlet of Llanddetty, E of the canal and the valley road and close to the S bank of
  43. II Churchyard cross shaft to S of Church of St Meugan
    To the S of the church near the S churchyard entrance.
  44. II Coachhouse and attached stable ranges at Buckland Hall
    To the N of Buckland Hall, reached by a short drive from main house, with main park drives passing o
  45. II Coity Mawr
    On high ground above Cwm Cwy overlooking the Usk valley, due W of Talybont village; reached by a dr
  46. II Cottage and barn range and courtyard wall at Coity Mawr
    Attached to the N side of Coity Mawr house.
  47. II Courtyard range immediately SW of Castle Farmhouse
    Extending from the corner of the farmhouse, this range forms the NW side of the farm courtyard.
  48. II Craiglas aka Graiglas
    On the hillside above the canal SE of Talybont village and on the mountain road to Tor y Foel.
  49. II Cross Oak Bridge (Canal Bridge No.147)
    Just E of Lower Cross Oak and adjacent to Canal Cottages.
  50. II Cui Parc
    A short distance W of Talybont, near the foot of Cwm Cwy, just off the old route leading S to Abercl
  51. II Dan-y-graig Bridge (Canal Bridge No.137)
    S of the B4558, E of Llangynidr and SE of the hamlet of Llanddetti.
  52. II Feedmill at Buckland Farm
    The SE range of the farm complex, bordered to rear by millstream, fronting the courtyard opposite th
  53. II Former boathouse to W of Storehouse Bridge
    Situated just W of Storehouse Bridge (Canal Bridge No.158) between the Storehouse and the Canal.
  54. II Former Counting House
    Set into the bank above the canal, one side fronting the mountain road the other the canal, on the S
  55. II Former house and attached barn at Coity Bach
    Coity Bach is on the mountain lane leading W from the Pencelli Aberclydach road, a little NW of Tal
  56. II Former house by stableyard at Buckland Hall
    Opposite the Smoke House and just N of the stable complex.
  57. II Former skittle alley and tea-room
    In the centre of Talybont village, backing onto the canal, near the Star Inn and opposite Gileston M
  58. II Former Talybont Railway Station
    NE of Talybont village, on the road which joins the main Brecon Abergavenny Road, just S of the Rive
  59. II* Gileston Mill aka Talybont Mill
    In the centre of Talybont Village, just N of the main street, adjacent to Afon Caerfanell, reached
  60. II Gilestone
    On low lying ground in the Usk Valley, N of Talybont village, reached by a long farmtrack across fie
  61. II Glynderi
    Facing the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal and Bridge No. 142 on the E side of Talybont and immediate
  62. II Granary and attached shed at Pencelli Court
    On the E side of Pencelli Court farmyard, facing the barn.
  63. II Granary at Castle Farm
    Forming the SW side of the entrance courtyard, opposite the side entrance to the farmhouse.
  64. II Greenhill
    Near the Lower Cross Oak junction on a raised terraced site above the Talybont Pencelli road and the
  65. II Group of 3 chest tombs E of St Tetta's church
    In the churchyard near the E end of the church under yew trees.
  66. II Group of 3 chest tombs S of church of St Meugan
    On the S side of the church extending W of the S porch.
  67. II Group of 3 chest tombs W of church of St Meugan
    In the churchyard W of the church under a group of ancient yews near the railed enclosure.
  68. II Group of 4 chest tombs within railed enclosure to SW of church of St Meugan
    In the churchyard SW of the church under a group of ancient yew trees.
  69. II Group of 5 chest tombs S of St Tetta's church
    Set on the hillside S of the church.
  70. II Group of 7 chest tombs in Aberclydach chapel cemetery
    On the S side of the chapel, interspersed by headstones.
  71. II Gwynne Holford Monument in the churchyard to SW of Church of St Ffraed
    In Llansantffraed churchyard, SW of the church, in a prominent position by the boundary wall overloo
  72. II Ice house at Buckland Hall
    On the hillside to the rear of the coachouse and stable block which is to the N of Buckland Hall.
  73. II* Limekilns at Brynhyfryd
    On the S bank of the Canal, within the grounds of Brynhyfryd, on the E edge of the village of Talybo
  74. II Little Orchard
    Backing onto an estate track at the foot of Buckland Hill, SE of Buckland Farm.
  75. II Llanddetti Bridge (Canal Bridge No.139)
    W of B4558, close to Llanddetty Hall Farm.
  76. II Llanddetty Hall barn and attached ranges
    An L shaped range forming three sides of the farmyard to right of the house.
  77. II Llanddetty Hall Farmhouse
    Backs onto the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal, a little N of Llanddetty church and on rising ground
  78. II Llansantffraed House
    In a dominating position adjacent to Llansantffraed church, above the main road between Abergavenny
  79. II Low Bridge (Canal Bridge No.156)
    W of Pencelli Village, a little N of the B 4558.
  80. II* Maes Mawr
    On low lying ground E of the Caerfanell river and on the E edge of the village of Talybont, reached
  81. II Menascin House
    A little N of Pencelli village near Pont Menasgin, mid-way between the canal and River Usk.
  82. II Nantllanerch farmhouse and attached farm range
    In a remote situation on the S slope of Cwm Clydach reached by a long mountain lane; W of the hamlet
  83. II Newton Farmhouse
    Midway between Llansantffraed and Scethrog on rising ground just NE of the main road between Abergav
  84. II Obelisk monument S of St Tetta's church
    In the churchyard close to the priest's door in the S chancel.
  85. II Pair of railway bridges over road and canal at Talybont
    In the centre of Talybont village, close to the White Hart Inn and parallel with Afon Caerfanell, ca
  86. II Pantllefrith
    On the hillside below the open mountain a short distance due S of St Meugan's church.
  87. II Paragon Tower
    High on the mountainside of Allt-yr-Esgair E of Newton. Reached by track from Tal-y-bryn to E.
  88. II Penawr Bridge (Canal Bridge No.151)
    E of B 4558 and W of river Usk, NE of Penawr and SE of Pencelli village.
  89. II Pencelli Bridge (Canal Bridge No.154)
    In the village of Pencelli, the main street running NE of canal.
  90. II Pencelli Court (also known as Penkelly Court) including attached byre
    At the west edge of the hamlet of Pencelli backing onto the canal.
  91. II Pentwyn
    On the hillside W of Pencelli near the W community boundary, reached by a steep lane from the valley
  92. II Pigsty at Buckland Farm
    At the rear of the farmyard at right angles to the barn and granary. Buckland Farm is situated near
  93. II Pont Blaen-y-glyn
    At the W end of Glyn Collwn and the Talybont reservoir, the mountain road crossing Afon Caerfanell j
  94. II Pont Cwmyfedwen
    In a remote position in the mountains of Taf Fechan Forest, W of the main mountain road between Taly
  95. II Quarryworkers Cottages at Aberclydach
    On the W side of the hamlet of Aberclydach in Cwm Clydach, built into the steep S bank and almost op
  96. II* Scethrog House
    In the hamlet of Scethrog, on sloping ground above the River Usk and N of the A40.
  97. II Sheepshed at Blaenant
    Forming the SE side of the farmyard. Blaenant is to SW of Pencelli.
  98. II Stables and attached courtyard wall at Buckland Hall
    Stables are on the NW of the stable courtyard, the attached wall forming the W boundary and extendin
  99. II Talybont Aqueduct (Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal)
    In the centre of Talybont-on-Usk, NW of the White Hart Public House and spanning the Caerfanell Riv
  100. II Terraced steps in Buckland Hall Garden
    The terraced garden runs to SW of Buckland House, these steps being towards the end nearest the hous
  101. II The Old Rectory
    By the main road between Brecon and Abergavenny, NW of Llansantffraed church, on the banks of the Ri
  102. II The Royal Oak
    In the centre of Pencelli Village backing onto the canal.
  103. II The Smoke House at Buckland Hall
    On the W side of the courtyard drive, near the stableand coachouse range, N of Buckland Hall.
  104. II The Star Inn
    In the centre of Talybont village, backing onto the canal, with the canal aqueduct and River Caerfan
  105. II* The Tennis Pavilion
    At the foot of Buckland Hill on the lane leading to the rear of Buckland Hall, facing the park.
  106. I The Tower Photos
    At the S edge of Scethrog hamlet, bordering the River Usk, on a mound and surrounded by a vestigial
  107. II Tomb to Henry Vaughan to E of Church of St Ffraed
    Towards the E edge of Llansantffraed churchyard; stands in a later flagged area part enclosed by rai
  108. II Torpantau tunnel - E portal
    On the mountainside within a forestry plantation almost due W of Pont Blaen-y-glyn and below the sum
  109. II Torpantau tunnel - W portal
    By the mountain road near Taf Fechan Forest, N of Pentwyn reservoir and in an area of open mountain
  110. II Ty Newydd Lower Bridge (Canal Bridge No. 159)
    In the NE of the community, adjacent to Tynewydd, N of Storehouse Bridge.
  111. II Tyle Clydach
    On the mountain road at the head of Cwm Clydach, W of the hamlet of Aberclydach.
  112. II Wagon house and attached stable at Buckland Farm
    Fronting the lane by Buckland Farm and roughly on a line with the front garden wall of the farmhouse
  113. II Walled garden and sheds N of Buckland Farm
    A short distance N of Buckland Farm, reached by a drive from the lane leading to Buckland. Buckland
  114. II War memorial at Lower Cross Oak
    At the junction between the road from Talybont to Pencelli and the road to Aberclydach.
  115. II Weighbridge Cottage
    South of canal, on line of old tramway. Reached via lane to W of White Hart Inn.
  116. II Wenallt Lower Bridge (Canal Bridge No.140)
    On the hillside W of B4558 NW of Llanddetty Hall Farm.
  117. II Wenallt Upper Bridge (Canal Bridge No.141)
    On the hillside W of B4558, near Lower Wenallt.
  118. II White Hart Bridge (Canal Bridge No.143) including attached retaining wall
    In the centre of Talybont village, to the rear of the White Hart Public House.
  119. II White Hart Inn
    Occupying a prominent position in the centre of the village and backing onto the Monmouthshire and B
  120. II Yr Aildy
    Fronting the Canal towpath and built into the slope, the rear facing The Travellers Rest Inn on B455
  121. II Yr Hen Bersondy (also known as The Old Rectory)
    On the E border of the hamlet of Scethrog, reached by a lane to rear, on rising ground above the Riv
  122. II Ystradgynwyn
    In an isolated position on the mountain road between Talybont and Ponsticill, near the NW corner of

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