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Listed Buildings in Llanedi, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Church of Saint Edi
    Situated some 300m SE of the B4297 in the village of Llanedi, at end of Church road, in a walled and gated churchyard.
  2. II Circular Pigsty at Bryngelli
    E side of B4297 situated on Sardis Hill with pigsty partly built into the boundary wall of the garden at Bryngelli.
  3. II Hen Gapel (also known as Tynewedd Chapel)
    Situated in a walled and gated burial ground, overlooking the Loughor valley, on the S side of the minor road which leads W off the B4306.
  4. II Neuadd-fach
    Situated on the N side of Iscoed Road, next to St David's church, in raised walled garden amongst mature pine trees.
  5. II Plas Mawr (formerly known as Cwrt y Ceidrim)
    On sloping sight in Loughor valley, 1 mile (1.69km) S of Ty Croes, approached off the minor road along a track which continues past Plas Uchaf.
  6. II Plas-Newydd Mill
    Next to the Afon Gwili, approached along a narrow track, off the A 483 one mile N of the Pont Abraham roundabout.
  7. II Viaduct at Morlais Junction East (partly in Grovesend community)
    Spanning the River Loughor some 3/4 mile (1.27km) S of Hendy, on the Glamorgan-Carmarthenshire border.

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