History in Structure

Listed Buildings in Coychurch Higher, Bridgend

  1. II Barn at Bryngwenith
    Situated on low lying ground N of Pencoed, at the end of a short track. The barn forms the E side of the farmyard with a range of masonry and concrete stables extending to the N. The farmhouse is to
  2. II Barn at Wern Tarw
    Located at right angles to a narrow lane at the base of the foothills of the Mynydd y Gaer. The associated farmhouse is to the S.
  3. II Wern Tarw and attached Cowhouse
    Located S of a lane which runs E - W along the foothills of the Mynydd y Gaer. The house is on a platform site, the rear being cut into the hillside. Wern Tarw Barn is to the N.
  4. II Zoar Chapel
    Situated in a prominent position where two lanes cross. To the N the land rises up steeply to the Mynydd y Gaer. The chapel and its vestry are fronted by a low wall with iron railings. Two piers wi
  5. II Zoar Chapel Vestry
    Small vestry immediately W of Soar Chapel and within the same curtilage.

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