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Listed Buildings in Camrose, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Camrose Home Farmhouse
    Situated some 800m SE of the village centre, the drive to Camrose House and Home Farm off a minor road just S of the bridge over Camrose Brook.
  2. II* Camrose House
    Situated on the S side of the village, the drive to Camrose House and Home Farm off a minor road just S of the bridge over Camrose Brook.
  3. II Camrose Mill
    Situated on the S side of the village just opposite drive to Camrose House and Home Farm.
  4. II Camrose Village Hall
    Near crossroads at village centre; at north entrance to parish church.
  5. II* Church of St Ishmael Photos
    Situated in churchyard in centre of Camrose village.
  6. II Church of St Ishmael Photos
    Situated in the churchyard in a prominent position in the centre of Lambston.
  7. II Cleddau Lodge
    Situated in own grounds on E side of B4330 some 3.2 km N of Haverfordwest.
  8. II Coach-house at Camrose House
    Situated across bottom end of service yard at Camrose House.
  9. II Cutty Bridge Photos
    Bridge carrying the B4330 over Knock Brook some 3km N of Haverfordwest.
  10. II East Dunston
    Situated at the end of a short drive off the N side of a minor road some 750m W of Pelcomb Cross.
  11. II Highmead Lodge
    Situated just off the N side of the B4341 some 3 km W of the centre of Haverfordwest.
  12. II Leweston
    Situated at the end of a minor road some 1.2 km NE of Wolfsdale.
  13. II Lofted cartshed on W side of yard at Camrose Home Farm
    Situated at SW corner of farm court at Camrose Home Farm.
  14. II* Lofted outbuilding, wings and gin-house at Camrose Home Farm
    Situated on the N side of the farm court at Camrose Home Farm.
  15. II Outbuilding immediately E of Camrose House
    Situated immediately E of the mansion and just W of the service court.
  16. II Outbuilding on N side of service yard at Camrose House
    Situated along left side of service yard at Camrose House, at right angles to lofted coach-house.
  17. II Outbuilding range on S side of service yard at Camrose House
    Situated at right angles to coach-house at Camrose House.
  18. II Single storey outbuilding on W side of yard at Camrose Home Farm
    Situated at upper end of W side of farm court at Camrose Home Farm.
  19. II St Catherines Bridge (partly in Rudbaxton community)
    Bridge over Western Cleddau some 1.8 km E of Camrose village centre.
  20. II The Vicarage
    Situated just W of the churchyard near the centre of Camrose village.
  21. II Walls of Friends Burial Ground Photos
    Situated just S of New Park on the E side of Mount Lane some 900m NE of the centre of Sutton village.

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