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Listed Buildings in St. Nicholas and Bonvilston, Vale of Glamorgan

  1. II Blacksmith's Cottages
    Centrally located on the N side of the A48 opposite the Forge and Church Hall.
  2. II Bonvilston Cottage
    Located on the N side of the A48, to the W of Bonvilston Parish Church of St. Mary, set back of the road behind a high limestone rubble wall.
  3. II Church Hall House (next to St Nicholas Church Hall)
    Located on the S side of the Cardiff Road (A48), opposite Smiths Row.
  4. II Churchuard Cross at Parish Church of St Mary
    Situated in the churchyard immediately to the S of St. Mary's parish church which is located on the N side of the A48 at the W edge of the village, opposite the Great House.
  5. II Cory Family Chest-Tomb at Parish Church of St Nocholas
    Located within the churchyard to the NW side of the parish church.
  6. II Cottrell Lodge
    Located at entrance to Cottrell Park, now a golf club.
  7. II* Dyffryn House
    Set within the large public grounds of Dyffryn Gardens; 2km to south of St Nicholas.
  8. II Fountain to South of Dyffryn House
    Situated at the centre of the lily pond canal that runs longitudinally through the main lawns in the centre of the gardens. Dyffryn is approximately 2km S of St. Nicholas.
  9. II GPO Pillar on corner with Road to St Nicholas' Church
    Adjoining telephone call-box, prominently sited on the approach to St Nicholas Church.
  10. II Lion steps
    SE of and close to the house.
  11. II Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin
    Located on the N side of Cardiff road at the W end of the village opposite the Great House, elevated from the road
  12. II* Parish Church of St Nicholas
    Reached from the north side of the main A 48 road and set within low walled churchyard.
  13. II Pompeian Garden at Dyffryn House
    Situated to the W of the main lawn in the centre of the gardens and to the SW of Dyffryn House. Dyffryn is approximately 2km S of St. Nicholas.
  14. II Smiths Row (also known as Blacksmiths Cottages)
    Centrally located on the N side of the A48 opposite the Forge and Church Hall.
  15. II Smiths Row (also known as Blcksmiths Cottages)
    Centrally located on the N side of the A48 opposite the Forge and Church Hall.
  16. II St Nicholas Church Hall
    Located on the S side of the Cardiff Road (A48), opposite Smiths Row.
  17. II Telephone Call-box on corner with road to St Nicholas' Church
    Prominent feature on the approach to St Nicholas Church.
  18. II The Three Tuns
    Prominently situated within St. Nicholas Village. Set back from the road frontage by a modern rubble stone wall with flagged courtyard to front.
  19. II Ty Mawr (Great House)
    Prominently situated on S side of A48, opposite parish church.
  20. II Village Farmhouse
    Located at centre of Bonvilston Village on Cardiff Road.
  21. II Walled Garden at Dyffryn House
    Set in the slope to W of Dyffryn House on a NE/SW axis. Dyffryn is approximately 2km S of St. Nicholas.

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