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Listed Buildings in South Portslade Ward, Brighton and Hove

  1. II 44-50, High Street
    Brighton and Hove, BN41
  2. II 57-63, High Street
    Brighton and Hove, BN41
  3. II 65 and 67, High Street
    Brighton and Hove, BN41
  4. II 8, Lock's Hill
    Brighton and Hove, BN41
  5. II* Church of St Nicolas
    Brighton and Hove, BN41
  6. II Kemps, with Wall Adjoining to North East
    Brighton and Hove, BN41
  7. II Manor Lodge (Flats) Photos
    Brighton and Hove, BN41
  8. II* Remains of Medieval Manorhouse, About 150 Metres West of St Mary's Convent
    Brighton and Hove, BN41
  9. II Robin's Row (Cottages)
    Brighton and Hove, BN41
  10. II Ruin with Grotto Adjoining the West Front of St Mary's Convent
    Brighton and Hove, BN41
  11. II South and East Boundary Wall to Churchyard Returned to High Street
    Brighton and Hove, BN41
  12. II South and West Boundary Walls to St Mary's Convent
    Brighton and Hove, BN41
  13. II St Mary's Convent
    Brighton and Hove, BN41
  14. II The Stags Head Public House
    Brighton and Hove, BN41
  15. II Walls Fronting Manor Lodge
    Brighton and Hove, BN41

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