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Listed Buildings in Maesteg, Bridgend

  1. II* Bethania Capel y Bedyddwyr Neillduol
    Located prominently on an elevated site behind a railed forecourt, and facing down Ewenny Road.
  2. II Blast Furnace at Maesteg Sports Centre Photos
    Located immediately N of the 'Cornstores', by the car park for the Sports Centre.
  3. II Capel Saron
    Located in an elevated position above High Street, at the N end of Maesteg, and accessed by a small road to the Forge Factory Estate.
  4. II Cenotaph
    Located in the footpath in front of St David's Church and on the corner of Talbot Street and High Street at the centre of Maesteg.
  5. II Church of St David, and surrounding churchyard railed wall.
    The church is set in a small graveyard on the corner of Talbot Street and Castle Street, at the centre of Maesteg.
  6. II Church of St Michael and All Angels, Llangynwyd with Maesteg, including enclosing graveyard wall.
    Located on the N side of Bryn-mawr Place, off Neath Road, parallel to and lying above Commercial Street.
  7. II Colonel North Memorial Hall
    Located at right angles to the Town Hall, facing the 'square' at the centre of Maesteg.
  8. II* Iron bridge over River Llynfi Photos
    Located at the bottom end of Treharne Row, off Castle Street, and below the Rugby ground.
  9. II* Llwydarth farmhouse
    The farmhouse is set on a steep hill, with access by farm track directly off the A4063 Maesteg to Bridgend Road.
  10. II* Maesteg Sports Centre, The Cornstores Photos
    The Sports Centre is at the end of Albert Terrace, leading off Neath Road.
  11. II* Maesteg Council Offices, with flanking walls and piers.
    Located behind the town hall on the S side of Talbot Street.
  12. II Nantyffyllon Workmen's Institute Photos
    Located onto the new road, N of Maesteg, and backing on the the Great Western Railway line.
  13. II Neuadd y Dref (Town Hall )
    Located at the E end of the street, facing NE over a triangular market place.
  14. II North Company Offices
    Located on the N corner of Talbot Street with Castle Street, at the centre of Maesteg.
  15. II Pentre Farmhouse, with attached farm range.
    In Cwm Cerdin. The farm is reached from the village of Llangynwyd, along a road running N from a junction with the Pyle Road, 600m W of the church.
  16. II Post Office
    Located between St David's Church and the North Memorial Hall, facing the Town Hall square at the centre of Maesteg.
  17. II* Salem Welsh Baptist Chapel
    Located in a row of terraced housing, and set behind a narrow front railed area.
  18. II Siloh Independent Chapel
    Set in the centre of Nantyffyllon, and set back behind an iron railed forecourt.
  19. II Tabor Eglwys Presbyteriadd Cymru
    Located prominently in the S part of Commercial Street, elevated, with the gable front to the street.
  20. II The Star Public House
    Located near the corner of Commercial Road with Neath Road in the commercial centre of Maesteg.
  21. II William Hopkin Thomas memorial Lamp and fountain.
    Located in the centre of the triangular 'square' opposite the town hall, at the centre of Maesteg.
  22. II Zoar Chapel
    Located at the end of the short Zoar Place, off Castle Street.

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