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Listed Buildings in Llandow, Vale of Glamorgan

  1. II* Barn and Stable to E of Llanmihangel Place
    Situated at the far side of the farmyard across the lane alongside Llanmihangel Place.
  2. II Barn to the E of the Great House
    Located to the E of the Great House, facing onto the road in the centre of the village. Aligned on a NS axis set adjacent to the Great House.
  3. II* Church Farmhouse (also known as The Glebe)
    Situated immediately to the NE of the Parish Church of Holy Trinity, in the centre of Llandow village. Set within its own gardens to front and rear, bounded by a low rubble wall.
  4. II Former Church School
    Prominently located at the centre of Llysworney village to the S of the parish church, set back from the road within a small paved yard surrounded by a low rubble wall.
  5. II Former Ebenezer Particular Baptist Chapel
    Llandow
  6. II Great House
    At the centre of the village to S of Parish Church, set behind a low rubble wall.
  7. II Green Farm
    Located opposite the Queen Victoria Public House, at the centre of Sigingstone village, set down a private driveway.
  8. I Llanmihangel Place Photos
    Located to N of the Parish Church, approximately three miles South of Cowbridge.
  9. II Long Range of Outbuildings to NW of Sutton
    Reached by a farm track to N of house; end on to house with range running W.
  10. II Milepost at the Carne Arms PH
    Located on the roadside and set into the end of the S boundary wall of the Carne Arms public house at Llysworney.
  11. I Nash Manor
    Set in its own grounds to N of Llandow trading estate and 1km S of Llysworney. The entrance to the drive is at the junction of the B4268 and the B4270.
  12. II* Parish Church of St Michael and All Angels Photos
    Located to the S of Llanmihangel Place, set on a slope on the opposite side of the road facing Llanmihangel Place, set within the churchyard, to the SW of the barn and stable at Llanmihangel.
  13. II Parish Church of St Tydfil
    Located at the centre of the village of Llysworney, immediately to the W of the village pond.
  14. II* Parish Church of The Holy Trinity
    Located at the centre of Llandow village, opposite The Great House.
  15. II Pheasant House at Nash Manor
    Nash Manor is set in its own grounds to the N of the Llandow trading estate and 1km S of Llysworney. The entrance to the drive is at the junction of the B4268 and B4270.
  16. II PIgeon Hose at Nash Manor
    The Pigeon House is immediately beside the roadside boundary wall to the W of the main house; linked to the Pheasant House by a courtyard wall.
  17. II Rectory Farm
    Located at the end of a long track heading N at the junction of the Sigingstone/Llanmihangel Road.
  18. II Small Outbuilding immediately to W of Sutton House
    Reached by farm track to N of house; rear set into slope adjoining garden.
  19. II St Anne's Well
    Located beyond the W end of the church of St. Michael, outside of the churchyard, on the opposite side of the road to Llanmihangel Place.
  20. II* Sutton
    Located approximately 1km S of Llandow village and 1km W of the Llandow trading estate on the SW bank of Sutton brook, down a long private track running NW from Sutton Road.
  21. II The Great House (including attached Flanking Ranges)
    Located at the centre of the village opposite the Parish Church of The Holy Trinity. Set back from the road and bounded by a low rubble wall.
  22. II The Old Sheep Washery
    Located at the centre of the village, opposite the village pond and sheep pound, and to the W of the Parish Church of St. Tydfil.
  23. II The Rectory
    Located on the N side of the lane leading E to the B4268 from Llandow.
  24. II Two flights of steps up to Terrace and Yew Tree Pleasance
    Located immediately to the rear of Llanmihangel Place.
  25. II Ty Fry Farmhouse
    Located on the S side of the Llandow/Llantwit Major Road on the Eastern outskirts of Llandow village, rear elevation facing the road.

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