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Listed Buildings in Porthcawl, Bridgend

  1. II ,22,Newton Nottage Road,Newton,Porthcawl,MID GLAMORGAN,CF36 5PF
    At the W end of the old village, set back from the road behind rubble walled front garden, detached to right; almost opposite Tudor Cottage, also listed.
  2. II Church of All Saints
    Centrally within the town of Porthcawl, just NW of the main shopping thoroughfare of St John's Street and on a corner site amidst the seaside housing development of the late C19 and early C20. Surrou
  3. I Church of St John the Baptist
    In the centre of the old village of Newton with two sides of the rectangular churchyard fronting the village green; main access at WSW.
  4. II Churchyard Cross
    In the churchyard near the S porch of the Church of St John the Baptist.
  5. II Crown House
    Facing the Village Green in the centre of Newton Village.
  6. II Danygraig House
    To NE of Newton village on rising ground, reached by a short drive with wooded hillside to rear. At entrance to drive is a lodge on right and inside left a coach house with walled courtyard also inco
  7. II Ffynnon Fawr
    To NW of roundabout at junction of A4106 and A4229.
  8. II Former Tramroad and Railway bridge over Moor Lane
    A short distance due N of Nottage village centre, near the junction of the village lane and Moor Lane by St David's Well.
  9. II Grand Pavilion
    On the seafront a little W of the town centre.
  10. II Jennings Warehouse
    Situated on the west quay of the harbour just North of the Breakwater and S of the surviving harbour basin.
  11. II Lighthouse on Breakwater Porthcawl Harbour
    Prominently sited on the curved outer end of the main breakwater at entrance to Porthcawl harbour.
  12. II Manor Farm Courtyard Farm Range
    Situated close to the farmhouse on the other side of the drive, at the foot of Newton Down.
  13. II Manor Farmhouse
    At the foot of Newton Down, a little N of Newton village, surrounded by conifers and reached by a track off the main road.
  14. II Newton Primary School (2 blocks)
    Situated E of Porthcawl centre and harbour, W of Newton village, on the main road linking the two, by junction of the sea road to Sandy Bay.
  15. II* Nottage Court
    On the E edge of the hamlet of Nottage, on rising ground above the valley of Dewiscumbe, set in large walled grounds reached by a drive.
  16. II Nottage House
    In a prominent position on the hillside just above the main roundabout on the N outskirts of Porthcawl and a little S of Nottage village centre; reached by a short drive.
  17. II Public Conveniences
    In the centre of the main shopping street.
  18. II St David's Well aka Ffynnon Dewi
    By the side of the lane leading north from Nottage village just S of the junction with Moor Lane, both country lanes pre-dating C19 development and now little used.
  19. II St John's Well aka Sandford's or de Sanford's Well
    On the SE edge of the Village Green, S of St John's churchyard as the road slopes down to the sea and to the site of former port of Newton.
  20. II Tabernacl Capel yr Annibynwyr aka Welsh Congregational Chapel
    Just N of the main centre of Porthcawl town in a residential street W of the main N/S thoroughfare of South Road.
  21. II The Breakwater
    The outer arm of Porthcawl Harbour adjoining the E end of The Esplanade.
  22. II The Farmers' Arms
    Near the centre of the old village and backing onto the Village Green.
  23. II The Look-out Tower
    At the extreme E end of the Promenade adjacent to the Breakwater on the very edge of the sea wall.
  24. II The Old Customs House
    At the W end of the Breakwater near the corner of the Harbour and between Jennings Warehouse and the sea wall.
  25. II The Old Police Station
    In the town centre on the main shopping street.
  26. II The Old School
    Opposite the Village Green and church and churchyard of St John the Baptist, at the foot of Clevis Hill which rises steeply to the rear.
  27. II The Rest
    At the very W end of the town, in a dominating position on the cliff, overlooking the sea and towards the docks and town.
  28. II Tudor Cottage
    At the W end of old village, close to The Globe Inn and almost opposite number 22, the thatched house, also listed. Set back behind narrow rubble walled forecourt.
  29. II Veronica Cottage
    In the centre of the old village, side on to the main village thoroughfare, fronting a garden and backing directly onto a lane.
  30. II Walls of the Outer Basin and West Pier/Quay
    On the landward side of the Breakwater, to the E of Porthcawl town.

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