II*Church of St. Jeffrey and St. Oswald In the centre of the village of Jeffreyston. The churchyard is circular with late C19 extensions N and E. There is a preaching cross (separately listed) to the S side and a small free-standing mortuar
IICresselly Arms P.H. Beside the road overlooking the Cresswell River and Quay, on the edge of the parkland to Cresselly House.
II*Cresselly House Situated in its own grounds and approached along the N drive or through the stable courtyard to S. Faces E with terrace to W.
IICresswell Bridge 400 m N of Cresswell Quay, the bridge carries the lowest road crossing the tidal estuary of the Cresswell River. It is partly in Martletwy Community.
IICresswell Corn Mill At S side of Cresswell River, about 150 m upstream from Cresswell Bridge. The siting of the mill is unusual, as the Cresswell River adjacent to it is tidal. The mill stands at a raised level and is se
IITelephone Call-box At the junction of the quayside road and the lane running from Cresswell Quay to Cresselly.
IIThe Cobblers Shop On the lane leading from Cresswell Quay to Cresselly, at edge of the settlement, immediately in front of Back Cottages. Built with its back to the road on a steeply sloping site, necessitating an exce
IIWest Lodge Set back from the road on the S side of the by-road to Cresswell Quay from the A4075 at Cresselly. Opposite the gates to the W driveway to Cresselly House. This lodge was sometimes known as New Lodge.
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