IIBarn 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.
IIBee 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.
IIBlackhall 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.
IIBoundary and Dividing Walls to Walled Gardens 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.
IIBoundary 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).
IIBryn 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.
IICart 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.
IIGarden 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.
IIGrand Lodge 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.
IOgmore Castle 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.
IIOgmore 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.
IIOld 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.
IIPen Ucha Dre 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.
IIPont 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
IISeamouth Cottage 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.
IISeamouth Lodge Located on the W side of Dunraven Park, at what is now the main entrance. On the N side of the gateway.
IISlade Accessed via a long drive which leads NE off the road leading down to the heritage centre at Dunraven Park.
IIStables 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.
IISunshine House Located in a prominent position in Southerndown village, at the junction of the B4524 and a lane which runs to Heol y Mynydd.
IISutton 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.
IIThe 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.
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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