IIGarden gateway at Ty-maen Ty-maen stands at the S end of the village of South Cornelly. The gateway is built into the roadside wall which encloses the gardens on the S side of the house.
IIMarlas House The farm stands on the S bank of the Afon Cynffig, close to the railway bridge and the road from North Cornelly to Kenfig, which runs alongside the N side of the N wing.
IIPool Farmhouse Pool Farm lies towards the N end of Kenfig, lying back from the N-S road and facing W.
IIPrince of Wales Inn, also known as Ty Newydd The former borough of Kenfig lies W of North Cornelly, on the edge of the sand dunes. The inn stands facing S, with the gable end against the road from Maudlam to Porthcawl.
IIRiver Black Underbridge Over the Afon Cynffig, accessed via a footpath from Plwerin to Llanmihangel. (Partly in Cynffig Community, Bridgend)
ISker House Located on a limestone promontory jutting west into Swansea Bay, approximately 4.2 kilometres N of Porthcawl, and reached by a long farm road leading W from the minor road from Porthcawl to Kenfig.
II*The Hall Farm The former farmhouse lies in the midst of suburban development at the end of a driveway opening between Nos 33 and 35 Hall Drive.
IITy-maen The house stands within its own walled gardens, on the W side of the A4229, at the S end of South Cornelly.
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