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Listed Buildings in St. Georges-super-Ely, Vale of Glamorgan

  1. I Castle Farmhouse
    In the centre of the small hamlet of St Georges, which is about 0.5 m from the church; the River Ely runs along the N side.
  2. II Church Cottage
    Adjacent to the Church of St George, to west.
  3. II Church of St Ffraid
    In a sloping churchyard rising from Nant Rhych which forms its N and E border; in the centre of the hamlet; main entrance from E.
  4. II* Church of St George
    A little to the E of the hamlet of St Georges which developed round Castle Farm, main approach from N, the centre of a small cluster of buildings grouped round the churchyard, close to the Ely River.
  5. II Churchyard cross at Church of St George
    Standing to S of church.
  6. II* Coach-house and stables at Coedarhydyglyn
    To the NE of the main house, on the same plateau.
  7. I Coedarhydyglyn including attached outbuildings at rear.
    In an elevated position overlooking surrounding parkland and the Vale of Glamorgan beyond; reached by a long drive from the lane to Drope and St Georges which leads off the A48 at Tumbledown.
  8. II Gate and gatepiers beside South Lodge at Coedarhydyglyn
    The entrance to the main drive which leads through parkland to the house; just off the lane to Drope and St Georges, a short distance N of the A48, the turning about 1 km W of Culverhouse Cross.
  9. II Gate and gatepiers midway along S drive at Coedarhydyglyn
    At the entrance to the area of park and garden surrounding the house; roughly halfway along the main S drive.
  10. II St-y-Nyll
    In a commanding position on a south facing slope N of St Bride's-super-Ely, close to the listed windmill to E, surrounded by gardens and reached by a drive.
  11. II St-y-Nyll windmill tower and attached barn remains Photos
    On the hilltop E of St-y-Nyll farm and chapel remains with the main A4232 now fairly close to E, reached by footpath across fields.
  12. II Ty Ffynnon
    In the hamlet of St Georges, fronting the lane leading to the church.

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