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Listed Buildings in Rhossili, Swansea

  1. II* Church of St Mary Photos
    At the centre of Rhossili village. Stone churchyard wall in rubble masonry with some older gravestones built into rear face; timber gates E and W, stile beside E gate.
  2. II Corner House
    South of the B4247, midway between Pitton Cross and Middleton, at the turning to Great Pitton Farm
  3. II Great Pitton Farmhouse
    200 m south of B4247, midway between Pitton Cross and Middleton.
  4. II Perimeter wall of The Vile open field system
    Surrounding the western part of The Vile open field, west and south of Rhossili village.
  5. II Rhossili Old Rectory
    In an isolated position of great landscape impact facing Rhossili Bay, 1 km north of village; reached by footpath. House at corner of rubble-stone walled croft with stable block to south, outbuildings
  6. II Rocket Cart Shed
    200 m north of Rhossili church, at west side of a footpath leading to the Old Rectory.
  7. II U-plan ranges at Great Pitton Farmyard
    Attached to the south (SE) of Great Pitton farmhouse. Partly open to farm lane on east side; part of farmyard now walled off as a domestic garden.

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