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Listed Buildings in St. Bride's Major, Vale of Glamorgan

  1. II Barn & Cow-houses at Pen Ucha Dre
    Located to the N of Pen Ucha Dre Farmhouse.
  2. II Barn at Ty Maen
    Located N of the farm-house, off the S side of the B4524 road which leads from Bridgend to Ogmore-by-Sea. The N gable end faces the road.
  3. II Bee Boles at Blackhall Farm
    Located on the N side of a lane which runs from St. Brides Major to Castle-upon-Alun, adjoining Blackhall farmhouse.
  4. II Blackhall Farm
    Located on the N side of a lane which runs from St. Brides Major to Castle-upon-Alun. In a slightly raised position, cut into the hillside, with the front facing downslope.
  5. II Boundary and Dividing Walls to Walled Gardens Photos
    Located in a sheltered position in the centre of Dunraven Park. The house stood on a hill which rises to the S. The former ice-house and banqueting hall is in the NE angle of the gardens.
  6. II Boundary Wall and Entrance Gates to S of Seamouth Lodge
    Forming the S part of the W boundary of Dunraven Park. Located between the SW angle of Seamouth Lodge and the shore-line, then curving round to the cliffs.
  7. II Boundary Wall N of Seamouth Lodge
    Forming part of the W boundary of Dunraven Park. Located between the NW angle of Seamouth Lodge and the visitor centre (former kennels).
  8. II Bryn Sion Presbyterian Chapel
    Located on the E side of Pen-y-lan Road on the hillside above the village centre. The chapel is cut into the hillside within its own enclosure of rubble stone walls surmounted by iron railings.
  9. II Cart shed at Castle-upon-Alun House
    Located to the NW of the former byre and house at Castle-upon-Alun. The ground falls away to the E, where a narrow lane passes the building.
  10. II Castle-upon-Alun House including attached stone walls enclosing garden, and outbuilding
    Located off the N side of a narrow lane which runs E-W through the hamlet of Castle-upon-Alun. A further lane bounds the E side of the grounds and leads to Ewenny.
  11. II* Church of St Bridget Photos
    Set within a polygonal churchyard on the hillside, towards the NW end of St. Brides Major.
  12. II Churchyard Cross, Church of St Bridget Photos
    Located on the N side of the Church of St. Bridget, to the E of the porch. The platform is built into the hillside which slopes down to the N.
  13. II Clapper Bridge Photos
    Located to the E of a narrow lane which leads from Castle-upon-Alun towards Ewenny. The bridge carries a footpath over the River Alun at a point where it is wide.
  14. II Clifton House and The Link
    Located on the N side of South Terrace in Southerndown.
  15. II Dovecote at Durval Farm
    Located in a field immediately S of Durval Farm, which is accessed by a long track off the S side of the St. Brides Major to Wick road.
  16. II Entrance gateway with flanking wall at Dunraven House
    Located in a very prominent position at Dunraven Park, on the top edge of a hill which slopes down sharply to the N. The ruins of the house survive to the S and W.
  17. II Evergreen Cottage
    Fronting the S side of the common at Heol y Mynydd, on a narrow lane leading from St. Brides Major.
  18. II Former Byre at Castle-upon-Alun House
    Located to the N of Castle-upon-Alun house, and aligned with the rear wing.
  19. II Former Ice Tower and Banqueting Hall Photos
    Located in the NE angle of the walled gardens at Dunraven Park.
  20. II Fynnon y Pant Photos
    Located on Ogmore Down, along a track leading down towards Ogmore.
  21. II Fynnon y Winch (Pump House)
    Located in fields to the S of Durval Farm. Situated at a high point along the course of a stream.
  22. II Garden Building
    The front wall of the building is incorporated into the S boundary of the walled gardens. The house was on top of the hill above (S) and its gateway is visible.
  23. II Grand Lodge Photos
    Located along the N boundary wall of Dunraven Park, and forming the N entrance. A trackway leads N uphill towards Durval Farm and the B4265 road.
  24. I Ogmore Castle Photos
    Located on the SE side of the River Ewenny, just before it joins the Ogmore River, in the hamlet of Ogmore to the NW of the B4524. A series of stepping stones cross the river at this point.
  25. II Ogmore Farm
    Located off the NW side of the B4524 road in the hamlet of Ogmore. Located on a bend of the short lane which leads from the road to Ogmore Castle and the River Ewenny.
  26. II Old Star Cottage
    Located off the NW side of the B4524 road in Ogmore. At the end of a short lane which leads from the road down to the River Ewenny. Opposite Ogmore Castle.
  27. II Pen Ucha Dre Photos
    Located at the E end of Pitcot, on the N side of the road leading out of St. Brides Major to Wick. Associated farm buildings are to the N of the house.
  28. II Pont Groes Gwta
    Bridge crossing the River Alun. Located N of the railway bridge at Croes Cwtta. The lane leads N towards Ewenny, with Castle-upon-Alun to the W and Wick to the SE. On the boundary with Ewenny commu
  29. II Seamouth Cottage Photos
    Located just outside the W boundary of the Park, in a sheltered position on the W side of a valley and the former road from Wick.
  30. II Seamouth Lodge Photos
    Located on the W side of Dunraven Park, at what is now the main entrance. On the N side of the gateway.
  31. II Slade
    Accessed via a long drive which leads NE off the road leading down to the heritage centre at Dunraven Park.
  32. II Stables at Ogmore Farm
    Located off the NW side of the B4524 in Ogmore hamlet. Located to the SW of Ogmore Farm on the opposite side of the farmyard.
  33. II Sunshine House
    Located in a prominent position in Southerndown village, at the junction of the B4524 and a lane which runs to Heol y Mynydd.
  34. II Sutton
    Located on a steep hillside which descends S to the sea. On the S side of Sutton Road, the original route through the village. The house is cut into the rock at the N end.
  35. II The Old Vicarage
    Located on the S side of the main road which links St. Brides Major with Pitcot, to the W of the junction with the road which leads to Southerndown. The rear garden has a ha-ha.
  36. II* Ty Maen
    Located off the S side of the B4524 road which leads from Bridgend to Ogmore-by-Sea. The house is just W of the community boundary with Ewenny, and is cut into the hillside with sharp drops to the N

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