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Listed Buildings in Narberth, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Animal Kitchen
    On the street line adjoining the Coach and Horses Inn on the corner with the High Street.
  2. II Annexe adjoining No.61 (Llwynon)
    Set back behind a raised forecourt at the junction of Tabernacle Lane with St James’ Street.
  3. II Anthony Maxwell - Photographer
    On the street line near the junction with the High Street.
  4. II Anthony Maxwell - Photographer
    On the street line near the junction with the High Street.
  5. II Barclay's Bank
    On the street line near the junction with Tabernacle lane stepped up from the buildings adjoining.
  6. II Barn at Cilrath Fach
    On the Eastern side of an open courtyard layout farmyard, down slope of the farmhouse. Approached via a long track some 700 yds NE of Redstone Cross.
  7. II Barn in Grounds of Blaen Marlais
    Sited to the SE in close proximity to the house at the edge of the garden fore-court,
  8. II Bethesda Baptist Chapel Photos
    Located behind the street line, reached via narrow cul-de-sac mid-way along the High Street.
  9. II Blackaldern
    Situated at the end of a long drive leading from the B4314 some 300 yds SE of the junction with Kiln Park Road.
  10. II Blaen Ffynnonau
    In a farmyard reached via a track some 350 yds S of Redston cross.
  11. II Blaen Marlais
    Located some 300 yds SE of the junction of Redstone Road with the A40.
  12. II Bloomfield
    Set in its own grounds at the SE corner of the Community Centre site.
  13. II Bloomfield Terrace
    Set back from the road behind a narrow forecourt at the centre of the terrace by the Community Centre.
  14. II Bloomfield Terrace
    Set back from the roadside behind a narrow railed forecourt, at the N end of the terrace by the Community Centre.
  15. II Byre at Greenway Farm
    In the farmyard opposite the farmhouse 300 yds NW of the junction with Kiln Park Road.
  16. II Cartshed adjoining Greenway Farm
    Gable end on to the road 300 yds NW from the junction with Kiln Park Road.
  17. II Cilfrath Fach
    At the upper end of an open courtyard farmyard. Approached via a long farm track some 700 yds NE of Redstone Cross.
  18. II Coach House & Stables at Sodstone House
    In a yard to the N of the house at the end of a long drive past a lodge situated some 600 yds W of Redstone Cross.
  19. II Coach House at Blackaldern
    Situated beyond the house at the end of a long drive leading from the B4314 some 300 yds SE of the junction with Kiln Park Road.
  20. II Cowhouse at Cilrath Fach
    On the Western side of an open courtyard layout farmyard, downslope of the farmhouse. Approached via a long track some 700 yds NE of Redstone Cross
  21. II G.Badham & Sons
    On the street line downhill from the junction with Tabernacle Lane, stepped up from No 62 adjoining.
  22. II Gates to Bathesda Chapel
    At the entrance to the cul-de-sac leading to the chapel mid-way along the High Street.
  23. II Greenway Farm
    Gable end to the roadside 300 yds NW from the junction with Kiln Park Road.
  24. II Hill House (Chestnut Tree Lodge)
    Prominently sited at the N end of the Higher Street at the confluence of Spring Gardens, Moorfield and Northfield Roads.
  25. II Howell Williams Solicitor, County of Pembroke Sherriff's Office
    Set behind a narrow railed forecourt and stepped up from the National Westminster Bank near the Town Hall.
  26. II Hugh H Morgan
    Prominent on the street line adjoining the Midland Bank on the corner with the High Street.
  27. II Lamp Standard by War Memorial
    Prominently sited below the War Memorial at the centre of Market Square.
  28. II Llwynon
    Set back behind a raised forecourt at the junction of Tabernacle Lane with St James’ Street.
  29. II Lofted Cowhouse at Cilrath Fach
    On the northern side of an open courtyard layout farmyard opposite the farm-house. Approached via a long track some 700 yds NE of Redstone Cross.
  30. II Megna Indian Takeaway
    Prominently sited on the street line facing down Market Street.
  31. II Milestone
    In the verge set up against the hedge bank some 250 yds SE of Crunn’s Farm on the B4314.
  32. II Milestone
    In the verge set up against the hedge bank some 70 yds SE of the junction with Kiln Park Road.
  33. II Milestone by entrance to New Cemetery
    Embedded in rubblestone wall opposite junction of Picton Place with Castle Street.
  34. II Milestone on Lane leading off A478 to Cold Blow
    In the verge set up against the hedge bank some 350 yds SE from the junction with the A478.
  35. I Narbeth Castle Photos
    Situated on a scraped eminence overlooking the valley and river crossing on the southern approaches to the town.
  36. II National Westminster Bank
    On the street line set back behind a narrow railed forecourt. Stepped down from No 33 adjoining.
  37. II No.12 Market Square,,,,,dyfed,
    On the street line opposite the Rutzen Arms.
  38. II No.14 Market Square,,,,,dyfed,
    Across the slope on the Street line and opposite the War Memorial.
  39. II No.2 High Street,,,,,dyfed,
    On the street line adjoining the Coach and Horses Inn on the corner with Spring Gardens.
  40. II No.21 Northfield Road,,,,,dyfed,
    Behind a narrow forecourt on the street line where the road curves some 250 yds from the junction with Spring Gardens.
  41. II No.3 High Street,,,,,dyfed,
    On the street line adjoining No 2 downhill from the corner with Spring Gardens.
  42. II Old Bank House
    On the street line opposite the junction with Tabernacle Lane and stepped down from Barclays Bank adjoining.
  43. II Olieme House
    On the street line stepped up from the adjoining buildings leading down to Market Street.
  44. II Outhouse at Greenway Farm
    In the farmyard opposite the farmhouse 300 yds NW of the junction with Kiln Park Road.
  45. II Parc Glas
    At the end of a driveway which bridges a sunken track off the right side of the lane leading off the B4314.
  46. II Parish Boundary Stone
    Set on the roadside up against the right hand gatepier of a fieldgate opposite the entrance to Blackaldern.
  47. II Parish Church of St Andrew Photos
    Located within a spacious churchyard at the end of Church Street on the southern edge of the town.
  48. II Parish Church of St Teilo
    In a rectangular churchyard on the left at the end of a lane leading off the B4314 and adjoining Crinow Farm.
  49. II Pencraig
    On the street line, set behind a railed forecourt, by the front of the Town Hall.
  50. II Pillar Box
    On corner of entrance to lane leading off Market Square opposite War Memorial.
  51. II Plas Farmhouse
    Reached by a lane running west from Church Street; the farmhouse facing west has its lower gable end towards St Andrew's Church.
  52. II Pont Shan
    Carrying the B4313 over the River Develidge at the NW corner of the Community Boundary.
  53. II Schoolroom to Tabernacle United Reformed Church
    Situated adjacent to the chapel down the narrow lane by its front.
  54. II Sodstone House
    At the end of a long drive past a lodge situated some 600 yds W of Redstone Cross.
  55. II Sodstone Manor
    At the end of a driveway past a lodge situated on the B4313 some 800 yds NW of Redstone Cross.
  56. II Stable adjoining Greenway Farm
    Gable end on to the road 300 yds NW from the junction with Kiln Park Road.
  57. II Stable at Cilrath Fach
    On the Eastern side of an open courtyard layout farmyard, down slope of the farmhouse. Approached via a long track some 700 yds NE of Redstone Cross.
  58. II Stable attached to Blaen Ffynnonau
    In a farmyard reached via a track some 350 yds S of Redston cross.
  59. II Staunton House
    On the street line opposite the junction with Tabernacl Lane.
  60. II Tabernacle United Reformed Church Photos
    Situated behind a railed forecourt just in from St James Street.
  61. II Telephone Call-box by War Memorial
    Prominently sited below the War Memorial at the centre of Market Square.
  62. II The Coach & Horses Inn
    On the street line at the corner of the High Street with Spring Gardens.
  63. II The Emporium
    Adjoining Hill House and stepped down to the right at the junction with Northfield Road.
  64. II The Former Courthouse
    Occupying a prominent site downhill from market square. Longer N side elevation to Picton Place.
  65. II The Golden Sheaf
    On the street line NE of the Town Hall near the S end of the High Street.
  66. II The Old Pharmacy
    Attached and stepped up to R of No 3 Market Square.
  67. II The Rutzen Arms P.H.
    Major section of terraced group near the bottom of the street and to N of the castle.
  68. II Town Hall Photos
    Prominently situated on an island site at the S end of the High Street.
  69. II War Memorial Photos
    On an island site in the centre of Market Square enclosed behind iron railings.
  70. II Whispers
    On the street line stepped up from the adjoining buildings leading down to Market Street.

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