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Chapel Barn

Building: 163

A converted barn of two storeys with rubble walls & 3 surviving ventilation slits. The barn door space is infilled with glass windows & a front door set in a timber frame. The roof is imitation.

Llewellyn House

Building: 164

A gabled 2-storey house with coursed rubble walls, very large quoins and massive stone lintels over the original door and windows including a single paned window in the N gable. The S half of th...


Building: 165

A 2-storey gabled cottage of coursed sandstone with 3 gabled dormer windows set one third into the roof. The two ground floor windows have arched heads and the central front door is obscured by a...

Christ Church, Llangrove

Building: 167

Former parish church. 1854/56 by G F Bodley, in the style of c.1300. Coursed & square sandstone rubble, ashlar dressings, C20 tiled roof. Four-bay nave, two-bay chancel, south aisle & gabled south ...

Prospect Place

Building: 168

A 2-storey gabled house with coursed sandstone walls with quoins and dressings of the same. The original windows have massive stone lintels and projecting sills and sash windows. The upstairs win...

Old Post Office

Building: 170

A two storey coursed rubble built cottage with the N wall of the gable end directly on the roadside. A very small garden is protected from the road on the E side by a low stone wall. The front ...

The School House

Building: 171

1857. Schoolroom & attached gabled house, sandstone, red & yellow brick patterning; enlarged 1886. Altered as house.

Garron Cottage

Building: 172

Barn conversion. A three storey building at the roadside, built of sandstone rubble with ashlar door and window dressings of the same. It is part of a converted barn which has an arched barn door...

Llangarron House

Building: 173

Rubble built 2-storey house with a central door & a slate hood over & 5 symmetrically placed windows with arched heads. The ground floor windows are slightly larger than the upper floor windows. ...

St Deinst, Llangarron

Building: 175

Rebuilt in the second quarter of the C14 and has rubble walls with 2 buttresses on the S side. The chancel has a scissor braced medieval roof with 2 windows of c.1340, the one in the N wall has 2 ...