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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: http://www.historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1196529

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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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Kington Library

Building: 15

Built in 1905 as the headquarters of the Old Radnor Trading Company. Building is made of "Granitic" stone, the trading company's concrete, which was made in the quarries on the Black Mountains, jus...

Garden Wall to Cartref

Building: 16

Retention of the old plot wall around the garden as part of 170m of roadside random rubble stone walling maintains the stone built feel.

Tumbledown

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...

Cartref

Building: 18

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

Treheath

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...

Longtown Castle & Town

Building: 21

Norman Castle, C12th. The 2-storey circular keep is built on a motte created from the high bank of a large rectangular earthwork with a ditch on the outside. The inner & outer baileys of the castle...

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...