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Listed Buildings in Brawdy, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Abernant including Front Garden Railings and Gate
    Situated some 1.5km W of Treffynnon.
  2. II Carriage-House at Rickeston Hall
    Situated at NW angle of forecourt at Rickeston Hall, by entry to farmyard.
  3. II Church of Saint Teilo Photos
    Situated SW of the village street in large sloping churchyard.
  4. II* Church of St David Photos
    Situated at Brawdy Farm, some 500m S of Rhydygele crossroads, which is some 1.5km NE of Penycwm.
  5. II Coach-House at Abernant
    Situated immediately N of the farmhouse.
  6. II Felin Wen
    Situated NW of Hendre Cross, down track of some 500m past Llanddinog Farm.
  7. II Hendre Cross
    Situated at Hendre Cross, some 2km W of Llandeloy.
  8. II Linked Outbuilding NE of Tyllwyd
    Situated on N side of drive, some 300m NW of Treffynnon.
  9. II Linked Outbuildings NE of Tyllwyd
    Situated on N side of drive, some 300m NW of Treffynnon.
  10. II Llanreithan
    Situated by Llanreithan Church, some 3km NNW of Llandeloy.
  11. II Llethr
    Situated some 600m E of Penycwm, approached by track running NE from the Erw Lon estate. Llethr was owned by the Thomas family in early C19, David Thomas died 1823.
  12. II* Rickeston Hall
    Situated immediately W of Brawdy Airfield, some 2km N of A487.
  13. II Stable Block at Llethr
    Situated facing W, to NE of house.
  14. II Three-Seater Privy to N of Rickeston Hall
    Situated immediately N of Rickeston Hall, entered from the former walled garden.
  15. II U-Plan Farmhouse Ranges at Rickeston Hall
    Situated to W of Rickeston Hall, U-plan, backing onto road.

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