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Listed Buildings in St. Clears, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Capel Bethlehem
    Within railed enclosure, set back from the road, in the NE corner of a cemetery.
  2. II Capel Mair, including forecourt railings
    Within railed enclosure on S side of junction of High Street and Heol Gof.
  3. II Cross House
    Set back from the road between Cross House Stores and a private lane.
  4. II Cross House Stores
    On E side of High Street, immediately N of lychgate to churchyard.
  5. II Derry Hall
    Situated on a slope E of Afon Dewi Fawr reached by private access road off lane which runs E off B4299 about 1.5 km N of St Clears
  6. II Gothic Villa
    Situated within a railed forecourt, some 50m N of the old Board School building.
  7. II Green Park House, with wall and railings
    House on the street line, behind small railed forecourt, opposite Lon y Prior.
  8. II Island House
    Situated on the W bank of Afon Cynin to N of the Swan Hotel, just off the main street, facing open garden.
  9. II Kieffe House
    Set back from the street, within a low-walled garden, atttached to The Kieffe.
  10. II Llanfihangel Abercowyn New Church
    Situated beside the main A40 trunk road, on the junction with the minor road to Treventy Farm.
  11. II Lychgate to the Parish Church, including wall to N
    Situated at the church entrance, S of Cross House Stores, opposite the Town Hall.
  12. II Newton Villa
    Situated at S end of terraced row.
  13. II Old house at Trefenty
    Situated in grassed enclosure immediately N of Trefenty.
  14. II* Parish Church of St Mary Magdalene
    Situated within a cemetery behind the street, reached via a lych-gate opposite the Town Hall.
  15. II Penycoed Mansion
    Situated within spacious grounds, reached via a private lane from the road immediately N of Lletycoed.
  16. II* Pilgrim's Graves S of ruins of St Michaels Church
    Near S perimeter of the cemetery.
  17. II* Pilgrims Graves by ruins of St Michael's Church
    In enclosed cemetery, immediately S of the church ruins.
  18. II Pont Felinfach
    On Felinfach Road, over Afon Dewi Fawr, on parish boundary with Meidrim.
  19. II Pont Newydd
    Over the Afon Taf on the border with Llanddowror parish.
  20. II Range of outbuidings E of Trefenty farmhouse
    At Trefenty farm, about 30m E of Trefenty Farmhouse.
  21. II Ruins of former St Michael's Parish Church
    Within enclosed cemetery, at the end of a footpath, SE of Trefenty Farm.
  22. II Saint Clears Bridge/ Pont Sancler (partly in Llanddowror community
    At the end of Bridge Street, across the River Taf, on the community boundary with Llanddowror.
  23. II Telephone Call-box
    On the NE corner of the junction of High Street and Lon-y-Prior.
  24. II The Butcher's Arms Inn
    On E side of High Street, opposite S end of Kieffe Park Terrace.
  25. II The Town Hall
    On roadside opposite church lychgate.
  26. II Trefenty
    Situated about 3 km S of Llanfihangel Abercowin new church, at the end of a drive which continues as a footpath to the old church
  27. II Water Pump
    Immediately south of Wesley Villa, set into the pavement
  28. II Water Pump
    Against low stone wall, immediately S of entrance to The Kieffe.
  29. II Water Pump
    On S side of road junction, within curved, brick walled recess, immediately N of Maengwyn

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