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Listed Buildings in Portskewett, Monmouthshire

  1. I Church of St Mary Photos
    In the centre of Portskewett village at the junction of Main Road and Sudbrook Road.
  2. II Cross in Churchyard of the Church of St Mary
    In the churchyard about 40m north east of the Church of St Mary.
  3. II Dairy Cottage
    Attached to the west end of Ifton Hill House.
  4. II Fanhouse at Sudbrook Pumping Station.
    At the end of Sudbrook Road about 1000m south east of Portskewett village and behind the Pump House.
  5. II Garden Walls of Underwood
    In Crick Road about 50m north of the junction with Main Road.
  6. II Ifton Hill House
    At the east end of Portskewett Community about 500m south of Parkwall roundabout on the A48.
  7. II* Manor Farmhouse and Manor Cottage Photos
    In Crick Road at the junction with Main Road.
  8. II Mount Ballan House
    In Crick Road about 200m north of the junction with Chepstow Road.
  9. II Old Cottage/Storehouse in Churchyard of Church of St Mary
    In the churchyard about 30m south of the Church of St Mary.
  10. II Portskewett House
    In the centre of Portskewett village immediately north east of the junction of Main Road and Sudbrook Road.
  11. II Portskewett War Memorial
    In the centre of Portskewett village at the junction of Main Road and Sudbrook Road.
  12. II Sudbrook Pump House
    At the end of Sudbrook Road about 1000m south east of Portskewett village.
  13. II The Old Cottage
    Attached to the east end of Ifton Hill House.
  14. II The Old Rectory
    In Crick Road about 80m north of the junction with Main Road.

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