IICreswell House Situated between the by-road and the Creswell River, close to the key.
II*French Mill and Tidal Barrier 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
IIFrench Mill House 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.
IIGrove Manor 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.
IILower 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.
IIOld Almshouses 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.
IIOld Cottage Chimney In the front grounds of Flemish House, on the N side of the village street about 150 m E of Carew Inn.
IIPincheston Quarry Limekiln Opposite Pincheston Quarry, on the E side of a minor lane S of the A477 and 500 m E of Sageston village.
IIRedberth 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.
IISadgeston 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
IIWelston Court In a remote location reached by a track (the continuation of Stambridge Lane) running for 1 km SW from Milton Village.
IIWesley Chapel 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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