History in Structure

Listed Buildings in Pennard, Swansea

  1. II Boundary wall at Kilvrough Manor
    On the N side of the house and forming the boundary wall along the S side of A4118 to E of Parkmill.
  2. II Church of St Mary, Pennard Photos
    On the W side of the B4436 N of its junction with an unclassified road to Southgate.
  3. II Entrance gates and gate piers to Kilvrough Manor Photos
    On the E side of the house at the entrance to the drive off the A4118 and on the N side of Kilvrough Lodge.
  4. II Gazebo and attached walls of former Kilvrough Manor Nursery
    Approximately 0.3km SW of Kilvrough Manor in woodland on the S side of Norton Lane at its junction with the A4118.
  5. II Henbury Cottage
    By the roadside in the centre of the village; Southgate Country Club adjoins to the E.
  6. II Kilvrough Lodge Photos
    On the E side of the house and on the S side of the entrance to the drive off the A4118.
  7. II* Kilvrough Manor
    Approximately 0.8km NNW of Pennard church, on the S side and reached by a short drive off the A4118 E of Parkmill.
  8. II Langrove Cottage
    Situated in woodland to S of driveway entrance to Langrove Country Club.
  9. II* Pennard Castle Photos
    Dramatically sited on the cliff overlooking Pennard Pill and Threecliff Bay and on the W edge of Pennard golf course.
  10. II Stable Court at Kilvrough Manor
    Adjoining the E side of Kilvrough Manor and facing N to the main entrance driveway.
  11. II Sundial at Kilvrough Manor
    On the upper lawn on the W side of the house.
  12. II Vennaway lime kiln
    Approximately 0.8km N of Pennard church and on N side of A4118 SW of Vennaway House.

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