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Listed Buildings in Rhoose, Vale of Glamorgan

  1. II Aberthaw Lime and Cement Works
    About 700m south west of East Aberthaw approached via the Pleasant Harbour lane over the railway off the road to Fontygary.
  2. II Aberthaw Signal Box
    Standing on the platform of the demolished Aberthaw High Level station about 100m to the west of Station Terrace in East Aberthaw.
  3. II Casberd Family Tomb in the Churchyard of the Church of St Mary
    Immediately adjoining the south porch of the Church of St Mary.
  4. II* Church Farmhouse (aka Glebe Farm)
    On the north side of the Porthkerry village green abouth 50m from the Church of St Curig
  5. II* Church of St Curig Photos
    On the eastern boundary of the community set to the south-east of Porthkerry village green.
  6. II* Church of St Mary
    In the centre of Penmark village on the north side of the road to Barry.
  7. II Cross in Churchyard at Church of St Mary
    On the south side of the Church of St Mary.
  8. II Cross in the Churchyard of the Church of St Curig Photos
    On the south side of the Church of St Curig.
  9. II Cwm-cidy Farm
    In the north-east corner of the community approached down a track south of Port Road, A4228.
  10. II Cwm-cidy Farm Cottage
    In the north-east corner of the community approached down a track south of Port Road, A4228.
  11. II East Hall (aka Rosedene)
    In Fonmon village about 100m north-east of the pond approached up a lane off the road to Penmark.
  12. II East Kilns at Aberthaw Lime and Cement Works Photos
    Harbour lane over the railway off the road to Fontygary.
  13. I Fonmon Castle
    On the north side of the B4265 but approached via a drive from Fonmon village.
  14. II Fonmon Well
    About 25m west of Fonmon pond beside the road to Fonmon Castle.
  15. II Kenson Bridge
    On the north boundary of Rhoose Community crossing into Llancarfan Community.
  16. II Lower Farm Cottage with attached garden wall
    Set well back behind low walled forecourt on the corner with Fontygary Road.
  17. II Lower Farmhouse
    In the centre of Rhoose village approached off the north side of Fontygary Road.
  18. II Lower Porthkerry Farmhouse
    On the north-east side of the road, opposite the south-east end of Cardiff airport runway.
  19. II Marsh House, with attached garden wall
    In the centre of East Aberthaw village on the west side of the road adjoining The Granary.
  20. II Memorial to John and Mary Jenkins in Churchyard of Church of St Mary
    On the east side of the Church of St Mary, south-east of the chancel.
  21. II* Outbuilding to north of Church Farmhouse
    In the garden on the north side of Church Farmhouse.
  22. II Retaining Walls of South Garden at Fonmon Castle
    On the south side of Fonmon Castle.
  23. II Rhoose Council School
    In the centre of Rhoose village opposite the Police Station.
  24. II Sarah Elizabeth Jones Memorial Cross in the Churchyard of the Church of St Mary
    On the east side of the Church of St Mary.
  25. II Stable Block at Fonmon Castle
    About 50m south-west of Fonmon Castle.
  26. II Telephone Call-box in centre of Village at junction with Croft John
    In the centre of Penmark village.
  27. II* The Blue Anchor Inn PH
    In the centre of East Aberthaw village on the east side of the road.
  28. II The Coachhouse, Cwm-cidy Farm
    In the north-east corner of the community approached down a track south of Port Road, A4228.
  29. II The Granary
    In the centre of East Aberthaw village on the west side of the road adjoining Marsh House.
  30. II The Old School House
    Adjoining the Churchyard of the Church of St. Curig on the west side.
  31. II Ty-crwn, Cwm-cidy Farm
    In the north-east corner of the community approached down a track south of Port Road, A4228.
  32. II Upper Porthkerry Farmhouse
    On the north-east side of the road, opposite the south-east end of Cardiff airport runway, and beside the lane leading to Egerton Grey Country House Hotel.
  33. II Walls of Walled Gardens at Fonmon Castle
    On the north and west sides of Fonmon Castle.
  34. II Walls surrounding Fonmon Pond including the Bridge and Weir and Well at Fonmon
    In the centre of Fonmon village.
  35. II* Watchtower at Fonmon Castle
    About 200m south of Fonmon Castle.

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