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Grade II* Listed Buildings in Cardiff

  1. II* Cardiff Bay Station Photos
    On exposed corner site with long side parallel to Bute Street
  2. II* Cardiff Central Market Photos
    On large site between Trinity Street and St Mary Street, with Trinity Street entrance opposite St John's Gardens.
  3. II* Cardiff Exchange Building Photos
    Prominently sited occupying the whole of the central area of the square.
  4. II* Castell-y-mynach
    On the S side of Creigiau, now completely surrounded by housing; rear courtyard reached by a short drive with walled garden to front and sides.
  5. II* Castle Arcade Photos
    L-plan arcade with entrances in Castle Street (opposite entrance to Castle) and High Street (opposite High Street Arcade).
  6. II* Cathays Library Photos
    At the junction of Fairoak Road and Whitchurch Road, the entrance set back from the corner behind a forecourt (originally with railings).
  7. II* Chapel of St. Michael's College Photos
    Within St. Michael's College and a part of the quadrangular group.
  8. II* Church of St Augustine Photos
    Standing in a large roughly square churchyard on sloping ground, the level to N substantially higher than to S. Main entrance through a stone-tiled lych-gate at SE corner; further entrance across sto
  9. II* Church of St Denys
    On the very E edge of the developed part of Lisvane.
  10. II* Church of St Edeyrn
    In the centre of the still identifiable hamlet of Llanedeyrn though close to motorway, housing and business developments. Standing in the centre of a roughly triangular sloping churchyard, the main e
  11. II* Church of St Mary the Blessed Virgin Photos
    In the centre of St Fagans village opposite St Fagans Castle.
  12. II* Church of St Peter Photos
    Prominently sited and facing directly on to the street.
  13. II* Church of St. Isan
    Set in a large quadrangular churchyard in the centre of the village, on the corner of Station Road and Heol Hir.
  14. II* City United Reformed Church Photos
    On corner with Windsor Lane.
  15. II* Craig-y-parc House
    Set on the hillside SW of Pentyrch, within large grounds including woodland to W, the main frontage facing S over the Vale.
  16. II* Empire House Photos
    Dramatically stepped up near the end of a long line of buildings on the N side of the square and opposite the former Coal Exchange.
  17. II* Entrance Block to Castle Arcade Photos
    Almost opposite entrance of High Street Arcade.
  18. II* Former Central Library Photos
    Occupying a key city centre location with entrance front to Trinity Street, dominant south facade to the Hayes, flank elevation to Working Street and rear facing St John's Church.
  19. II* Garden terrace and steps at Craig-y-parc
    Adjoining the S frontage of Craig-y-parc House with steps leading down from columned screen to the garden.
  20. II* Gelynis Farmhouse and attached cottage and stable
    E of Morganstown, close to the River Taff, reached by a track crossing the railway from the main road
  21. II* Howells Department Store Photos
    Occupying a prominent corner site with Wharton Street to S, and Trinity Street to rear.
  22. II* Howells School, Original Building with Big Hall
    On the west side of Cardiff Road and the first major building of Llandaff when approached from the south.
  23. II* Insole Court Photos
    Set in its own grounds, laid out on western edge of Llandaff; reached along a tree-lined drive running south from Fairwater Road. Previously known as Ely Court and The Court.
  24. II* Lead Cistern in the east forecourt of St Fagans Castle
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  25. II* Llanfair-fach House
    To the east of the minor road from Capel Llaniltern to St Bride’s Super Ely, approximately 500m south of M4 motorway.
  26. II* Llanrumney Hall PH
    On low lying ground near the Rhymney River, reached by a short drive off the road, within the housing estate but with open ground S and E.
  27. II* Loggia at Craig-y-parc and attached terrace walls and steps
    Stands adjacent to the house to E, at the end of the top terrace facing W.
  28. II* National Westminster Bank
    Prominent bank building midway along the street with W elevation opposite the entrance to Mount Stuart Square.
  29. II* New House Hotel
    On the lower slopes of Caerphilly Mountain in countryside overlooking Cardiff and beyond the Bristol Channel, reached by a drive.
  30. II* No.49 Cardiff Road,llandaff (The High Court of Justice,probate Registry of Wales),,,,,south Glamorga Photos
    On the east side of Cardiff Road and part of an important group of buildings at the south entrance to Llandaff village.
  31. II* Old Leckwith Bridge (partly in the Michaelston community)
    At the southern end of Canton crossing the River Ely into Leckwith which is without Cardiff in Michaelston Community.
  32. II* Pencoed
    Very near the S community boundary and the M4 motorway, just W of Capel Llaniltern and approached by a wooded drive off the Llantrisant Road.
  33. II* South African War Memorial Photos
    At S end of Avenue, between City Hall and the Law Courts.
  34. II* St Andrews United Reformed Church
    Prominently sited at the junction of Wellfield Road, Penylan Road and Marlborough Road.
  35. II* St John's College (formerly Ty-to-Maen) Photos
    Set in the remains of the formerly more extensive gardens, reached by a drive from a road created to serve the late C20 surrounding housing. development.
  36. II* Stables to Cardiff Castle in Bute Park Photos
    Situated to N of the castle between North Road and the dock feeder.
  37. II* Tabernacle Chapel including attached Hall and forecourt railings Photos
    To L of David Morgan department store.
  38. II* The Cathedral School
    On the east side of Cardiff Road and part of an important group of buildings at the south entrance to Llandaff village.
  39. II* The Old Rectory
    On the east side of the village approached up the lane by the Church of St Mary the Blessed Virgin.
  40. II* University of Wales, Cardiff, including Forecourt Walls Photos
    Opposite E side of Alexandra Gardens, on a large site backing on to Park Place.
  41. II* Welsh National War Memorial Photos
    In centre of Alexandra Gardens.
  42. II* West Lodge to Cardiff Castle, including attached Walls & Gateway Photos
    At S entrance to Bute Park.

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