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Listed Buildings in Carew, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Bartlett's Well
    At N side of Bird's Lane in Sageston, NE of the village school.
  2. II* Carew Bridge Photos
    About 500 m E of Carew Castle carrying the Carew to Cresselly road across the estuary of the Carew River.
  3. I Carew Castle Photos
    At the W of Carew Castle, 600 m N of the A477
  4. II Carew Inn Photos
    At the junction of the village main street and the A4075. At the front are cast-iron railings on a high plinth wall of rubble masonry.
  5. II Castle Entrance Gatepiers and Old Cobbler's Shop Photos
    At the entrance to Carew Castle, nearly opposite to the Carew Inn.
  6. II Castle Lodge Photos
    In a mid position in the row attached at the E end of the Carew Inn. There is a later rubble-stone wall at the front with gatepiers and an iron gate.
  7. I Church Of St. Mary Photos
    In Carew Cheriton, 300 m S of the A477.
  8. II Creswell House Photos
    Situated between the by-road and the Creswell River, close to the key.
  9. II* French Mill and Tidal Barrier Photos
    The Tidal Barrier lies across the estury of the Carew River about 300 m W of Carew Castle. The French Mill stands on it near to the left (S) bank, over the deeper water where the natural river channel
  10. II French Mill House Photos
    At the S of the French Mill in Carew, reached by the same access lane. The house stands in its own grounds with a garden to the E. Rubble boundary wall with light wrought-iron gates.
  11. II Grove Manor Photos
    In extensive grounds immediately S of St Mary's churchyard. There is a gateway in the churchyard wall for the use of this house. High boundary wall to the access lane with iron gate.
  12. II Hayes Farmhouse and Cartsheds
    Near the S boundary of Carew Community, 3 km E of Lamphey and 300 m N of the Ridgeway.
  13. II Lower House Farmhouse
    In the village of West Williamston, 2 km NW of Carew. Reached by a short private road on the E side of the village. Its farm buildings stand on the opposite side of the private access road.
  14. II Milepost at junction of A477 with A4075
    Immediately west of the junction of the A477 with the A4075, on the S side of Carew Village.
  15. II Milepost near Carew Cricket Ground
    On the east side of the A4075, 250m approx S os Carew Village.
  16. II Milepost opposite turning to Pisgah
    On the A4075 opposite the turning to Pisgah, 1.5km approx NE of Carew Village
  17. II Milton Bridge
    In the village of Milton, about 30 m N of the A477 road.
  18. II No 1 & 2 Photos
    In Carew village, adjacent to the Carew Inn. There is a white-painted stone wall at the front with a slate coping and neat iron railings, and two large gate-piers.
  19. II No. 5 Picton Terrace,,,Carew Village,Tenby,,SA70 8SL Photos
    At the E end of the row which is attached to Carew Inn. Small forecourt with rubble masonry walls returning at the left to a wide gateway with stone piers.
  20. II No. 6 Picton Terrace,,,Carew Village,Tenby,DYFED,SA70 8SL Photos
    At the E of Carew village, constituting a row of cottages on the S side of the village street in line with, but detached from, the cottages adjoining Carew Inn.
  21. II No. 7 Picton Terrace,,,Carew Village,Tenby,,SA70 8SL Photos
    At the E of Carew village, constituting a row of cottages on the S side of the village street in line with, but detached from, the cottages adjoining Carew Inn.
  22. II No. 8 Picton Terrace,,,Carew Village,Tenby,,SA70 8SL Photos
    At the E of Carew village, constituting a row of cottages on the S side of the village street in line with, but detached from, the cottages adjoining Carew Inn.
  23. II No. 9 Picton Terrace,,,Carew Village,Tenby,DYFED,SA70 8SL Photos
    At the E of Carew village, constituting a row of cottages on the S side of the village street in line with, but detached from, the cottages adjoining Carew Inn.
  24. II Old Almshouses Photos
    At NW corner of St. Mary's churchyard, facing W to the lane. The almshouses are the last two remaining from a row known in the C19 as 'Alms Row'. A mounting-block is adjacent to the N gable.
  25. II Old Cottage Chimney Photos
    In the front grounds of Flemish House, on the N side of the village street about 150 m E of Carew Inn.
  26. I Old Mortuary Chapel Photos
    Within St Mary's Churchyard, about 30 m NW of the Church.
  27. II Old School and Schoolteacher's House Photos
    In the village of Carew Cheriton about 100 m N of the Church. There is a small playground at the N of the school and a garden S of the house.
  28. II Old Stable Cottage
    In a mid position in the row attached at the E of the Carew Inn.
  29. II Pincheston Quarry Limekiln
    Opposite Pincheston Quarry, on the E side of a minor lane S of the A477 and 500 m E of Sageston village.
  30. II Redberth Parish Church
    At E side of the village of Redberth, in a small churchyard surrounded by rubblestone walls with ashlar gatepiers. A fragment of a cross with chamfered limbs stands near to the Church door.
  31. II Sadgeston Hall and Granary
    At N side of the A477 in the village of Sageston, 100 m W of the junction with the B4318. The house is end-on to the road but stands back behind lawns and gardens, with the granary to its rear. There
  32. II St. Mary's Churchyard Wall Photos
    Wall to the churchyard of St Mary's, with gates to the N, W and S.
  33. II Telephone Call-box
    On the W approach of Milton Bridge.
  34. II Telephone Call-box
    On the road-side, opposite Picton Terrace, in the centre of the village.
  35. I The Carew Cross Photos
    In Carew village, in a small roadside enclosure taken from Castle Green opposite the Carew Inn.
  36. II* The Fortified Rectory
    100 m SW of St Mary's churchyard.
  37. II Welston Court
    In a remote location reached by a track (the continuation of Stambridge Lane) running for 1 km SW from Milton Village.
  38. II Wesley Chapel Photos
    In Carew village, at the E side of the road approaching Carew Bridge. The Chapel stands back from the road behind a high wall with gatepiers and wrought-iron gates.

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