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Listed Buildings in St. Florence, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Bethel Congregational Chapel Photos
    In the village of St. Florence, 100 m SE of the Church, on a corner site facing N with a lane at the W side.
  2. II Chimney beside the old Village Pound
    75 m S of St Florence Church, at the junction of two village streets.
  3. II* Church of St Florence Photos
    Centrally placed in a compact village.
  4. II* Church of St Lawrence Photos
    150 m S of the B4318 in Gumfreston.
  5. II East Jordanston Farmhouse
    To the N of an unclassified road, about 1 km NW of St. Florence village.
  6. II Gumfreyston Wells Photos
    At the S corner of the churchyard of St Lawrence at Gumfreyston.
  7. II Ivy Tower Mansion
    100 m S of the B4318 and E of the turning to St. Florence village.
  8. II Old Chimneys Photos
    In St. Florence village, 50 m E of the Church.
  9. II The Grove
    100 m W of St. Florence Church, facing E to the main street of the village.

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