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Listed Buildings in Templeton, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Allensbank
    On high ground to the SE of the A478 / B4315 junction, midway between Narberth and Templeton
  2. II Elm House
    At N end of Templeton Village, set slightly back at W side of village street. Rubble stone front wall with gate piers and simple iron gate.
  3. II Great Molleston Farmhouse
    At the N side of West Lane between Molleston Cross and Templeton, with garden at front and farmyard at rear.
  4. II Milepost South of Templeton Village
    400 m S of Templeton Church.
  5. II Molleston Baptist Chapel Photos
    1½ km E of Templeton village, 100 m N of the A4115, reached by a gated driveway.
  6. II Mounton Chapel
    In an isolated position at the S edge of Canaston Wood, 1 km N of Mounton Farm. No graveyard wall or tombstones. Base of a preaching cross survives close to the SW corner.
  7. II Mounton Quarry Limekiln
    To the N side of the A4115, and to the E of the lane leading to Mounton Farm. A flooded quarry lies immediately to the N.
  8. II Poyer's Farmhouse
    At the E side of the main street of Templeton Village, immediately S of the church.
  9. II Templeton Farmhouse
    At W side of the main street in Templeton Village, 150 m N of the Church, set back behind a small front garden with stone wall and gate piers and simple iron gate.
  10. II The Grove
    Reached by a private lane 500 m N of Molleston Cross, W of the road to Narberth.

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