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Listed Buildings in Old St. Mellons, Cardiff

  1. II Base of churchyard cross in St Mellons churchyard
    In the SE corner of the churchyard near the foot of the slope.
  2. II Bethania Evangelical Church
    Situated at the S end of the historic village core in a triangular open churchyard shaded with conifers, the burial ground sited opposite on the other side of Bethania Row.
  3. II Bluebell Inn PH
    Facing the main thoroughfare and opposite the White Hart PH, part of the historic village centre.
  4. II* Church of St Edeyrn
    In the centre of the still identifiable hamlet of Llanedeyrn though close to motorway, housing and business developments. Standing in the centre of a roughly triangular sloping churchyard, the main e
  5. I Church of St Mellon
    In a commanding hilltop position with access lane and open ground to N and churchyard extending below on S slope.
  6. II Farmhouse at Bridge Farm
    Fronting the road, adjacent to Llanedern Bridge over Rhymney River .
  7. II Former Stables at St John's College (formerlyTy-to-Maen)
    To the rear of the main house, reached by a drive.
  8. II Garden Terrace at St John's College (formerly Ty-to-Maen)
    In front of the main frontage and incorporating steps to the lawn at lower level.
  9. II Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses
    Side-on to the main thoroughfare within a small walled enclosure incorporating iron gate with heavy caps to the gate-piers.
  10. II Lychgate to St Mellons Church
    Situated by the road at the entrance to a drive which leads uphill to church, churchyard and other buildings including Church Lodge and other dwellings.
  11. II Memorial to Joseph Benjamin Hemingway in St Mellons churchyard
    Close to S porch of church.
  12. II Pwll-coch farmhouse and adjoining barn
    Reached by a short drive from the road, on sloping ground.
  13. II* St John's College (formerly Ty-to-Maen) Photos
    Set in the remains of the formerly more extensive gardens, reached by a drive from a road created to serve the late C20 surrounding housing. development.
  14. II St Julian's Manor
    In countryside N of St Mellons village but close to the M4 and just E of the Cardiff Gate interchange, reached by a track.
  15. II The Unicorn Inn PH
    Close to the church, part of the still identifiable hamlet of Llanedeyrn, though near to motorway, housing and business developments.
  16. II The White Hart PH
    Obliquely facing the main throughfare and opposite the Bluebell Inn PH.
  17. II War Memorial
    On a corner site between the main thoroughfare and the old village street within a railed enclosure.
  18. II White Oaks (aka Rosminian Convent)
    At the end of a short lane now fronting the A48 dual carriageway.

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