Listed Buildings in Sully and Lavernock, Vale of Glamorgan
IIBarn at Home Farm On the hillside just E of the junction of Sully Road, Cog Road and Swanbridge Road, near the enclosed farmyard and reached by a track.
IIChurch of St John the Baptist At the W end of the C20 urban development of Sully, the core of the former village, in a large roughly triangular churchyard on a corner site with Cog Road.
IIChurch of St Lawrence In small walled churchyard with stone stile at end of Fort Road, above cliffs of Lavernock Point.
IICog House Forming the E range of the farm complex set back behind wall with iron railings, just W of the T-junction with Swanbridge Road and Sully Road, NE of Sully village.
IIEight rickstands to N side of Cog Farm Cog Farm lies to W of the T-junction in Cog, N of Sully Village; the rickstands are situated at the NE edge of the former rickyard bordering the fields and to the rear of the farmyard buildings which
II*Sully Hospital Reached along a byroad one-and-a-half kms SW from B4267 near W outskirts of Sully. The hospital is sited in extensive, wooded grounds at Hayes Point overlooking the Bristol Channel.
IISwanbridge House Directly facing the sea, separated from it only by a narrow lane; within a garden bounded at front by a wall with cast iron railings,gates and iron gatepiers.
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