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Grade II* Listed Buildings in Swansea

  1. II* Bethesda Baptist Church
    Set below road level in a railed burial ground on the corner with Prince of Wales Road.
  2. II* Capel Gellionnen (Gellionnen and Graig Unitarian Church)
    Situated in a remote rural position high on Mynydd Gellionen reached down a track off the minor road from Rhyd-y-gwin.
  3. II* Church of St Andrew Photos
    In the the hamlet of Penrice, 1km SW of Penrice Castle. Churchyard wall in rubble limestone with irregular coping, two stiles, iron gate.
  4. II* Church of St Cenydd
    In the village of Llangennith. Stone churchyard wall; war memorial NE of churchyard is a white marble Celtic cross with interlacing on face. Early C20 timber-framed lychgate to N. To the S is the sit
  5. II* Church of St David Photos
    In a nearly square graveyard in the farm hamlet of Llanddewi, 4km north of Port Eynon village. Rubble limestone and sandstone graveyard wall with iron gate to south; two stiles.
  6. II* Church of St David and St Cyfelach
    Situated near the centre of Llangyfelach just W of the B4489 (Swansea Road) and S of the A48.
  7. II* Church of St Illtyd
    In the village of Ilston, east of the stream, reached by a footbridge. Rubble graveyard wall without coping, opened at south to extension graveyard. Oak gate with adjacent stile at main entrance, two
  8. II* Church of St Illtyd Photos
    1km from Oxwich village, on a site overlooking Oxwich Bay and reached by the coast footpath. Square churchyard with a stone wall; modern gate.
  9. II* Church of St Mary Photos
    At the centre of Rhossili village. Stone churchyard wall in rubble masonry with some older gravestones built into rear face; timber gates E and W, stile beside E gate.
  10. II* Church of St Nicholas Photos
    At the south side of the road from Penmaen to Penrice. Square chuchyard with gate and stile at the north-west corner.
  11. II* Church of St Teilo
    Situated in a large rectangular churchyard which slopes down to the Bishopston Valley towards the W and is surrounded by trees.
  12. II* Clyne Castle (also known as Neuadd Gilbertson) Photos
    Approximately 600m from junction with Mumbles Road.
  13. II* Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Hall
    Castle
  14. II* Ebenezer Baptist Chapel,
    Dominant building in a narrow side street off High Street and close to the railway station.
  15. II* Glynn Vivian Art Gallery
    Castle
  16. II* Hendrefoilan
    Located at the end of a lane which leads off the road through the Hendrefoilan student village. The village was built in the grounds of the house. The stable block, now converted to a library, is to
  17. II* Kilvrough Manor
    Approximately 0.8km NNW of Pennard church, on the S side and reached by a short drive off the A4118 E of Parkmill.
  18. II* Midland Bank
    Occupying a substantial corner site, St Mary’s Street to left side.
  19. II* Mount Pleasant Baptist Church
    Prominently sited on the corner with Dynevor Place.
  20. II* Mount Pleasant Baptist Church Hall
    Prominently sited on the corner with Dynevor Place.
  21. II* Mount Pleasant Baptist School Blocks
    Prominently sited on the corner with Dynevor Place.
  22. II* Mumbles Lighthouse
    Situated on an exposed rocky tidal islet at Mumbles Head.
  23. II* Musgrave engine house and chimney
    Located close to the River Tawe in the southern part of the former Hafod and Morfa copperworks site.
  24. II* New Siloh (Seilo Newydd) Congregational Chapel, including gates and railings. Photos
    Occupying a prominent corner position at the top of Siloh Hill, long flank elevation to Pentre Treharn Road; ground falls steeply to E.
  25. II* Offices of Associated British Ports Formerly Swansea Harbour Trust
    Prominently sited overlooking Quay Parade (A483) and occupying the whole street block between Somerset Place and Pier Street.
  26. II* Outlying tower designed to complement Penrice Towers
    To the south east of the main gates to Penrice park, built into the park boundary wall.
  27. II* Parish Church of St Rhidian and St Illtyd Photos
    At the centre of Llanrhidian village, surrounded by a rubble limestone churchyard wall with C19 wrought iron gates and three stiles. Macadam path, cobbles at porch.
  28. II* Pennard Castle Photos
    Dramatically sited on the cliff overlooking Pennard Pill and Threecliff Bay and on the W edge of Pennard golf course.
  29. II* Penrice Castle (Ruins) Photos
    Hilltop position in parkland of Penrice Castle mansion 300m south of the A4118.
  30. II* Penrice Castle Dovecote
    Attached to the west side of Penrice Castle (ruins).
  31. II* Penrice Castle North-East Gates, Railings and Piers
    At the main entrance to Penrice Castle park, where the road from Swansea to Port Eynon is diverted to the north of the park.
  32. II* Penrice Towers gate house
    At the main entrance to Penrice Castle park, forming a picturesque focal point where the road to Port Eynon is diverted to the north of the park. The gatelodge (Penrice Towers) is to the north of the
  33. II* Pitt Farmhouse
    At roadside, about 1km south of Penrice church. Small walled enclosure to north, separate to farmyard; gardens to south. Outbuildings in the north enclosure.
  34. II* Royal Institution of South Wales (Swansea Museum)
    Occupying an exposed island site facing N across the A483 dual carriageway.
  35. II* Royal Institution of South Wales (Swansea Museum) Boundary Walls & Railings
    Occupying an exposed island site facing N across the A483 dual carriageway.
  36. II* Scott's Pit Engine House
    Situated between Llansamlet and Heol-las just NE of the M4 motorway.
  37. II* Stouthall
    At north side of the B4118 1km west of Little Reynoldston, standing in parkland.
  38. II* The Equatorial Observatory, Penllergare
    Situated some 60m NW of the Neath Port Talbot Borough Council offices in Penbwl Wood.
  39. II* The Old Guildhall (Former Annexe to Dynevor Comprehensive School) Photos
    Large public building close to River Tawe and the former site of West Docks.
  40. II* The Water Mill / Melin Felindre
    Situated in centre of Felindre immediately NW of the road bridge over the Afon Lliw.
  41. II* Tower of Church of St David and St Cyfelach
    Situated just S of the church in the churchyard near the centre of Llangyfelach.
  42. II* Whiteford Lighthouse Photos
    On a shingle bank to the south of the entrance to Burry River, and to the north of Whiteford Sands, 4 km north of Llanmadoc village

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