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Listed Buildings in St. Athan, Vale of Glamorgan

  1. II Aderyn
    Attached to the east end of West Orchard Farmhouse and once a part of it.
  2. II Anonymous Monument with railings in Churchyard of St Athan
    About 20m north-west of the tower of the Church of St Athan.
  3. II Bakehouse and Donkey Stable at Castleton Farmhouse
    Immediately adjoining Castleton Farmhouse on the north side.
  4. II Barn at West Aberthaw Farm
    A part of the farmyard group about 50m west of West Aberthaw Farmhouse.
  5. II Bullhouse (Old Chapel) at West Aberthaw Farm
    A part of the farmyard group about 50m west of West Aberthaw Farmhouse.
  6. II Cart Shed at West Aberthaw Farm
    A part of the farmyard group about 50m west of West Aberthaw Farmhouse.
  7. II* Castleton Farmhouse
    About 700m north-east of the Church of St. Athan and approached down a cul-de-sac.
  8. II Cheesehouse at Gileston Manor
    About 20m north of the Church of St Giles.
  9. I Church of St Athan
    In the centre of St Athan village.
  10. II* Church of St Brise
    It is within the boundary fence of RAF St Athan on the south side of a right-angled bend in the road and hidden by trees.
  11. II* Church of St Giles
    In the centre of Gileston village and immediately to the east of Gileston Manor.
  12. II* Church of St Michael the Archangel
    In the centre of Flemingston village.
  13. II Combination Farm Building at Flemingston Court
    Immediately to south-east of Flemingston Court and in the centre of the village which is approximately 2km north of St Athan.
  14. II Cross in Churchyard of Church of St Giles
    On the south side of the Church of St Giles.
  15. II Detached Kitchen at Flemingston Court
    10m north of Flemingston Court.
  16. II Dovecote at East Orchard Photos
    On the eastern boundary of the Community and about 1100m east of the Church of St Athan. It stands on the low cliff on the west side of the River Thaw and is approached via the lands of Rock Farm.
  17. II* Flemingston Court Farmhouse
    On the south side of the Churchyard of the Church of St Michael the Archangel.
  18. II Former Barn at Castleton Farm
    About 50m north of Castleton Farmhouse.
  19. II Garden wall and House Ruins at Flemingston Manor
    On the north boundary of Flemingston Court between it and the Churchyard of the Church of St. Michael the Archangel.
  20. II Garden Wall of West Aberthaw Farmhouse
    Surrounding the garden on the north and west sides of West Aberthaw Farmhouse.
  21. II Garden Walls along roadside at Gileston Manor
    Lining the west side of the road along the boundaries of Gileston Manor and the Churchyard of the Church of St. Giles.
  22. II* Gileston Manor
    In the centre of Gileston village and immediately west of the Church of St Giles.
  23. II Heavy Horse Stable at West Aberthaw Farm
    A part of the farmyard group about 50m west of West Aberthaw Farmhouse.
  24. II Kitchen Garden Wall of Gileston Manor
    Lining the east side of the road opposite the boundaries of Gileston Manor and the Churchyard of the Church of St Giles.
  25. II Memorial at St Athan Boys' Village
    In the centre of the former Boys' Village approximately 300m south of the B4265 on a minor road leading to West Aberthaw and about 1km north of Aberthaw power station.
  26. II Myrtle Cottage, including attached outhouses
    To the west of West Orchard Farmhouse and on the other side of the road.
  27. II Pigsty at Gileston Manor
    In the home paddock about 100m north of Gileston Manor.
  28. II Retainers' Hall at East Orchard
    On the eastern boundary of the Community and about 1100m east of the Church of St Athan. It stands on the low cliff on the west side of the River Thaw and is approached via the lands of Rock Farm.
  29. II Rose Cottage
    Near road junction in centre of Gileston village, about 200m east of the Church of St Giles.
  30. II St Athan War Memorial Photos
    At the junction of the B4285 and Gileston Road.
  31. II Stable Block of Gileston Manor
    About 25m north of the Church of St Giles.
  32. II Telephone Call-box at road junction in centre of Gileston village
    At the road junction in centre of Gileston village
  33. II Telephone Call-box on the road verge to the north of the Church of St Michael the Archangel
    At the road junction on the north side of the Church of St Michael the Archangel.
  34. II The Old Rectory (aka Balfour House)
    Immediately on the north side of the Churchyard of the Church of St Athan.
  35. II Walls, and attached Summerhouse, of Walled Garden at Gileston Manor
    About 50 north-west of Gileston Manor.
  36. II West Aberthaw Farmhouse
    About 500m north of Aberthaw power station and east of the Church of St Giles.
  37. II West Farmhouse
    At the far west end of Higher End by the south-east corner of RAF St Athan.
  38. II West Orchard Farmhouse
    About 400m west of the Church of St Athan.
  39. II Yr Hen Fferm Dy
    On prominent corner site, about 70m north-east of the Church of St. Michael the Archangel.

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