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Listed Buildings in Pentyrch, Cardiff

  1. II Barn at Pant-y-gored
    At right angles to the farmhouse and attached range and forming the W side of the main farmyard.
  2. II Bethlehem Capel yr Annibynwyr Photos
    Towards the S part of the village of Gwaelod-y-garth, on the main thoroughfare, nearly opposite the school fronting a small walled courtyard bounded by brick piers with Radyr stone caps, iron gates an
  3. II* Castell-y-mynach
    On the S side of Creigiau, now completely surrounded by housing; rear courtyard reached by a short drive with walled garden to front and sides.
  4. II Church of St Catwg Photos
    In the centre of Pentyrch village, on a sloping site.
  5. II Church of St Elldeyrn at Capel Llanilltern Photos
    Set in a roughly rectangular walled churchyard sideways on to the main road, at junction with road to St Bride's-super-Ely.
  6. II* Craig-y-parc House
    Set on the hillside SW of Pentyrch, within large grounds including woodland to W, the main frontage facing S over the Vale.
  7. II Creigiau Church Hall Photos
    In the centre of the village, a little set back from the main thoroughfare in a grassy plot.
  8. II Former Penuel Chapel Photos
    Just W of the village centre on higher ground, surrounded on 3 sides by graveyard.
  9. II Former Salem Chapel Photos
    At the very N end of Gwaelod-y-Garth village, behind a forecourt which has a low wall, railings and gate piers.
  10. II* Garden terrace and steps at Craig-y-parc
    Adjoining the S frontage of Craig-y-parc House with steps leading down from columned screen to the garden.
  11. II Gwaelod-y-garth School Photos
    In its own grounds in the centre of the later S part of the hamlet almost opposite Bethlehem Chapel; the listed building is the easternmost on the school site.
  12. II Horeb Presbyterian Church including attached hall to right Photos
    In the hamlet of Pen-y-garn NW of Pentyrch, on the hillside at the junction with Heol Goch, the road to Gwaeold-y-garth, and set in a walled graveyard.
  13. II Lodge at Craig-y-parc
    At the N entrance to the house and gardens of Craig-y-parc and reached by a lane leading from the Pentyrch road junction.
  14. II* Loggia at Craig-y-parc and attached terrace walls and steps
    Stands adjacent to the house to E, at the end of the top terrace facing W.
  15. II Lychgate at church of St Catwg Photos
    Forming the E entrance to the churchyard on Church Road.
  16. II Pant-y-gored including attached byre range to right
    Set on a bank above a crossroads between the villages of Creigiau and Pentyrch and fronting a flagged terraced forecourt bordered by a stone wall.
  17. II Parc-y-Justice
    On the hillside below Craig-y-parc reached by a lane and track leading off Star Lane near the Llantrisant Road.
  18. II* Pencoed
    Very near the S community boundary and the M4 motorway, just W of Capel Llaniltern and approached by a wooded drive off the Llantrisant Road.
  19. II Telephone Call-box Photos
    Opposite Post Office in centre of village.
  20. II The King's Arms Public House Photos
    In the centre of Pentyrch village on rising ground just NE of the church, slightly set back from road.
  21. II The Old Forge
    Set back from and lower than the main road, a little E of the hamlet.
  22. II U-plan farm ranges to SE of Parc-y-Justice
    On the hillside set above the drive to the main house.
  23. II Walls and gatepiers to courtyard entrance at Craig-y-parc
    On the N side of Craig-y-parc house and enclosing the N courtyard of the house.
  24. II Ynys Bridge Photos
    Between Tongwynlais and Garth Wood, now by-passed by a new bridge close by to N.

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