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Listed Buildings in Wenvoe, Vale of Glamorgan

  1. II Agricultural Range opposite Nant Bran Farmhouse.
    Opposite (to NW) of Nant Bran Farmhouse, forming one side of rectangular farm yard.
  2. II Barn at Goldsland Farm
    At the centre of a farmyard complex situated some distance to W of Goldsland Farmhouse adjacent to Goldsland Brook.
  3. II* Church of St Bleiddian Photos
    In the centre of St Lythans hamlet, set back from the road, reached by a short track and surrounded by a roughly circular walled churchyard incorporating stone stiles.
  4. II* Church of St Mary
    In the centre of Wenvoe village, fronting the main thoroughfare, in a roughly rectangular churchyard entered through a stone arch at NE.
  5. II Former Bull Shed at Nant Bran Farm.
    Towards bottom end of yard at Nant Bran Farm, opposite long cowhouse.
  6. II Former coach-house and stables at Wenvoe Castle
    The stable courtyard forms a large rectangle attached to the back of the former castle.
  7. II Former walled kitchen garden wall at Wenvoe Castle- W range
    This section of wall is opposite the main stable entrance.
  8. II Fountain to South of Dyffryn House(partly in St Nicholas and Bonvilston Community)
    Situated at the centre of the lily pond canal that runs longitudinally though the main lawns in the centre of the gardens. Dyffryn is approximately 2 km S of St Nicholas.
  9. II Lidmore Farmhouse
    Part of a small group of buildings S of Dyfrryn, E of Northcliff, including the former Lidmore Mill
  10. II Lower South Terrace at Dyffryn Gardens(partly in St Nicholas and Bonvilston Community)
    Dividing the formal gardens extending south of the main house from the Great Lawn
  11. II Nant Bran Farmhouse
    About 1.5km SSW of St Nicholas, reached from drive opposite Dyffryn Gardens. The house is towards NE end of rectangular farmyard aligned SW-NE.
  12. II Outbuilding to N of Nant Bran Farmhouse
    Near N corner of Nant Bran Farmhouse, aligned SW-NE.
  13. II Telephone Call-box on Village Green Photos
    Beside pathway in open ground close to boundary wall at south end of village green; Churchyard opposite. Old Port Road along E side.
  14. II The Old Rectory
    In the centre of Wenvoe village, adjacent to the church, set back from the road within gardens, entered through a recessed bay to the front wall.
  15. II Vine Walk and Kiosks
    At the S end of the Great Lawn.
  16. II Well House
    In the hamlet of Dyffryn S of the Dyffryn gardens boundary wall.
  17. II Wenvoe War Memorial Photos
    In a small memorial park at the centre of Wenvoe village on the W side of Old Port Road, c80m to the north of the St Mary’s church and just to the south of the Wenvoe Arms.

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