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Listed Buildings in Llansteffan, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Albion House, including forecourt railings
    Situated at the S side of the High Street, at W end of a terraced row, opposite The Brackens
  2. II Cartref
    Situated immediately E of the attached shop, at the W end of a terraced row.
  3. II* Church of St Ystyffan
    Within a stone walled cemetery, on the SW corner of the junction of High Street and Church Street.
  4. II* Coach House and Stable Range at Y Plas
    Located SW of Plas mansion, at the end of a private access road leading S from Llansteffan village.
  5. II Cyncoed, including area railings.
    On the E side of Church Street, immediately N of and attached to Osbourne House
  6. II Ffynnon Fair
    In front of Well House, set into the wall by the roadside.
  7. II Ffynnon Fair House
    Set back from the street, on the N side of the road, within a walled, lawned forecourt.
  8. II Laques
    Situated at end of drive running SW off lane some 1.5 km W of Llansteffan
  9. II Lime Kilns
    On an overgrown terrace overlooking the sea, some 0.25km S of the Llansteffan-Pentowyn Road, and approximately 0.25km SW of Laques Fawr Farm.
  10. I Llansteffan Castle
    Prominently situated on a rocky promontery, overlooking the mouth of the Tywi.
  11. II Lord's Park
    At the S termination of a long private access road leading roughly S from road some 1.5 km W of Llansteffan.
  12. II Milestone
    Set in retaining wall at the NW side of High Street, opposite Melrose House.
  13. II Nolands, including forecourt railings.
    On S side of the street, opposite the entrance to The Laurels.
  14. II Osbourne House, including area railings.
    Midway along Church Street, on the E side, the house is immediately S of, and attached to Cyncoed.
  15. II Park Villa
    Set back from the street within a lawned forecourt, immediately N of Plas-y-Coed.
  16. II Plas-y-Coed
    Set well back from the street, situated beyond a lawned forecourt with decorative railings, immediately S of Park Villa.
  17. II Railings and area walls at Plas-y-Coed and Park Villa.
    Situated at the side of the pavement on the W side of Church Street, E of Plas-Y-Coed and Park Villa.
  18. II St Anthony's Well
    Located within a modern walled enclosure on the W side of a narrow access lane leading to St Anthony's Cottage.
  19. II Telephone Call-box
    Prominently sited near the N corner of the car park which lies at the end of the road that runs along the foreshore. Below the bank forming a sea-wall with the beach beyond. Broad views towards Llan
  20. II Telephone Call-box outside the Old Pound. Photos
    At the junction of High Street and Church Street. Immediately beside The Old Pound, NE of the churchyard of the parish Church of St Ystyffan and opposite The Sticks PH.
  21. II The Sticks Hotel
    Situated directly N of the junction with Church Street, on the street line immediately E of Red Lion House.
  22. II The Stores
    On the SE corner of the junction of High Street and Church Street, between Post Office and Cartref.
  23. II Tower of Yr Hen Gapel, including attached wall-footings
    In the centre of Llanybri, in an 'island 'of lanes, located some 15-20m W of the Post Office.
  24. II* Vale View Photos
    Set slightly back from the street, on the S side of the road, within a small railed forecourt, immediately W of Brook Cottages.
  25. II Wall and gatepiers to stable court at Y Plas
    Located S of the domestic range of the Plas Mansion, and E of the Coach House and Stables, at the end of a private access road.
  26. II Well Cottage with forecourt railings and gate
    Situated at right angle to the road, on the junction with a private access leading to Mill Pond Cottage
  27. II* Y Plas
    At the end of a private access road leading S from Llansteffan village.

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