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Listed Buildings in Cosheston, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Bangeston Hall
    Early to mid C19; a building shown on site on Tithe Map of 1841.
  2. II Brewery Inn
    At the S side of the main street of Cosheston, about 200 m E of the crossroads. The house stands back from the street behind a front garden.
  3. II Church of St Mary Photos
    In hamlet of Lower Nash, 1 km SE of Cosheston Church. Reached by a side road N of the A477 road.
  4. II Funeral Car Tenement
    At the N side of the main village street in Cosheston, about 50 m E of the crossroads. It is in a walled enclosure with steel gates in front, hung on stone gatepiers with steeply weathered copings.
  5. II Hill House and Garden Wall
    Immediately SW of the crossroads in the centre of Cosheston Village. The entrance to the grounds is at the S. The house faces W to an enclosed area, part of which is now (1995) in different ownershi
  6. II Limekiln
    1 km NW of Cosheston Hall. It stands a short distance to the E side of Folly House, against higher ground to its E.
  7. II Limekiln
    About 2 km N of Cosheston Village, at the right side of the road approaching Ferry House and about 100 m from the shore of the estuary.
  8. II Little Mayeston
    1 km E of Cosheston village. From the unclassified road to Paskeston it is reached by a track to the S.
  9. II Lower Nash Corn Mill
    75 m W of Nash Church, in a group with Lower Nash Farm. Its stream is a tributary of Cosheston Pill. There is a large mill-pond on the E side.
  10. II Old Rectory
    150 m SE of Cosheston Church in Point Lane. The Old Rectory stands about 100 m to the S of the street and faces N.
  11. II Paskeston Hall
    At the N side of the unclassified road leading from Cosheston to Milton, in private grounds about 300 m from the road. There is a gate-lodge at the estate entrance. At the rear of the Hall are a coa
  12. II Preaching Cross
    Located in the churchyard of Upton Chapel.
  13. II St Michael's Church Photos
    At the W edge of the village of Cosheston. The churchyard is to the S of the street and surrounded by stone walls.
  14. II Upper Nash Farmhouse
    At the S side of the unclassified road in the hamlet of Upper Nash. As this farmhouse was probably the nucleus of the hamlet its farm buildings are situated on both sides of the road. Including a gra
  15. I Upton Castle Photos
    2 km NE of Cosheston village, reached by a side road N of the unclassified Cosheston to Milton Road which becomes a private road from Upton Lodge. The entrance front of the house faces N.
  16. I Upton Chapel Photos
    A small chapel in close proximity to Upton Castle. It is reached by a private path from the Castle.

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