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2 Fernbank Road

Building: 1

Two storey Victorian house built of local stone with buff coloured brick string courses and window surrounds. Buff coloured stone window sills. Large porch of local stone possibly a later addition

Upper Court, Clifford

Building: 6

Farmhouse. Mid-C16 with C17 and later additions. Rubble, stone slate roof. U-plan, front range north/south forms original house, east/west range from south end; another north/south range contains t...

Castle House

Building: 8

Symmetrical probably C18 farmhouse.

Kington Pitfour

Building: 13

Late C18/early C19. Stone rubble; hipped Welsh slate roof; brick stack to front; brick end stack to rear. 3 storeys. Source:


6A Common Close

Building: 14

West end of row of four cottages. Early C19. Sandstone rubble, moderately well coursed; Welsh slate roof; 2 brick ridge stacks; rubble buttress stack with brick chimney, to left. 2 storeys.

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Building: 17

Toll house. c.1827/28, restored late C20. Neatly coursed rubble stone; Welsh slate faceted roof; central rubble stack. Octagonal plan. Single storey; C20 plank door; stone flat arches; stone band t...


Building: 18

Good example, with neighbours, of small modern development on older plots, using random rubble for ground floor exterior, 2nd storey rendered.


Building: 19

Originally a small gabled 2-storey cottage with 4 windows and a central doorway and a stone chimney in the S. wall. Later matching bay added on the N side with a brick chimney in the N wall, and t...

Glan Olchan House

Building: 20

A symmetrical 2-storey Georgian House with a central doorway and 5 sash windows of 12 panes each equally spaced around it. A Victorian stone, wooden and glass porch with gabled slate roof has be...

St Peter, Longtown

Building: 23

Former parish church, now private dwelling. The chancel is C13 while its braced collar-beam roof is dated 1640. The east window is C14 with 2 ogee trefoiled lights with a quatrefoil above. The na...