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Listed Buildings in Coychurch Lower, Bridgend

  1. II Brocastle
    Situated just N of the main Bridgend to Cowbridge Road and reached by a drive. Separate from Brocastle Farm on the other side of Brocastle Brook though drive access shared.
  2. II Brynffrwd
    On the main village thoroughfare a little W of the church; house reached by a short drive through entrance gates with lodge adjacent.
  3. II Brynffrwd Entrance and Lodge
    On the main village thoroughfare, W of the church, the stream of Nant Brynglas flowing alongside.
  4. I Church of St Crallo
    Situated in the heart of Coychurch village.
  5. II* Churchyard Cross in Coychurch Churchyard
    Situated in Coychurch churchyard very close to the S door of the Church of St Crallo.
  6. II Coed-y-mwstwr
    On high ground N of the village of Coychurch in its own parkland and facing S over the Ewenny valley.
  7. II Courtyard range at Brocastle
    S wing of courtyard range opposite Brocastle house.
  8. II* Coychurch Cemetery Capel Crallo and Capel Coity
    The main Capel Crallo fronts a lake with fountains and is joined to the smaller Capel Coity by a cloister walk and garden.
  9. II* Coychurch Cemetery Chapel of Remembrance
    Within the cemetery grounds between the entrance and the main chapel complex and joined to the latter by a conifer lined walkway.
  10. II Coychurch Cemetery Entrance Walls, Gates and Pillar
    On the hillside above Coychurch on the main road to Coity and just E of the late C20 estate development of Brackla.
  11. II Coychurch Underbridge
    To the north west of Coychurch, on Coychurch Road.
  12. II Group of 3 table tombs in Coychurch churchyard adjoining S porch
    Situated close to the S porch of church of St Crallo and the churchyard cross, close together and just N of the path.
  13. II Tombstone of Thomas Richards in Coychurch churchyard
    In Coychurch churchyard ESE of the church.

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