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Listed Buildings in Flax Bourton, North Somerset

  1. II Angel Cottage the Old Angel
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  2. II Banksian House cosy Cottage
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  3. II Bourton House
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  4. II Castle Farmhouse
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  5. II Church Farmhouse
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  6. II* Church of St Michael and All Angels
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  7. II Farleigh Hospital and the Church of St George
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  8. II Gatepiers, 20 Yards North West of Bourton House
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  9. II* Gatepiers, Gates and Series of 12 Pillars Forming West Boundary Wall of Garden at Barrow Court
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  10. II Long Ashton Magistrate's Court
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  11. II Mill Farmhouse
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  12. II Priory Farmhouse
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  13. II Remains of Churchyard Cross, in the Churchyard and to the South of St Michael's Church
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  14. II Rose Cottage
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  15. II School House and Double Door Cottage
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  16. II St Michael's House and Cottage
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  17. II The Laurels
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  18. II The Old Rectory
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48
  19. II Unknown Monument in the Churchyard and to the West of St Michael's Church
    Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48

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