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Listed Buildings in Wick, Vale of Glamorgan

  1. II Barn with Stables at Monkton Isaf
    Located on the edge of Broughton on a narrow lane which runs E from the hamlet. The farm is set back on the N side of the road, and the barn is to the NW of the house.
  2. II Bluebell Cottage
    Located on the S side of Church Street, slightly set back from the road and in front of Wick and Marcross Primary School. Bluebell Cottage is the central house in the terrace.
  3. II Brooks Farm and adjoining range aka Brook Farm
    Located on the E side of West Street, between Broughton and Wick. A stone wall forms the boundary between house and road, with access via an iron gate. Farm buildings to N and E.
  4. II* Church of St. James
    Located on the N side of Church Street in the centre of Wick Village. Located in a roughly rectangular churchyard.
  5. II Cow-house and Stable Range to NE of Brooks Farm
    Located on the E side of West Street, between Broughton and Wick. Located on the N side of the farmyard which is to the NE of the house.
  6. II Farm Range to NE of Brooks Farm
    Brooks Farm is located on the E side of West Street, between Broughton and Wick. This building is on the E side of the farmyard, which is to the NE of the house.
  7. II Green Isha Farm with adjoining stables and dovecote
    Located on the W side of Wick village, set back from the N side of Green Isaf.
  8. II Lamb Cottage
    Located on the S side of Church Street, slightly set back from the road and in front of Wick and Marcross Primary School. Lamb Cottage is the R house in the terrace.
  9. II Mill, Threshing Barn and Cart Shed at Church Farm
    Picket is a hamlet on the NE boundary of Wick Community. The farm buildings are to the S of Church Farm.
  10. II Monkton Isaf
    Located on the edge of Broughton on a narrow lane which runs E from the hamlet. Set back on the N side of the road.
  11. II Outbuiding at Church Farm
    Picket is a hamlet on the NE boundary of Wick Community. The farm buildings are to the S of Church farm. This building is the NE of a group of 4 to S of Mill Threshing Barn and Cartshed.
  12. II Outbuilding at Church Farm
    Picket is a hamlet on the NE boundary of Wick Community. The farm buildings are to the S of Church farm. This building is the NW of a group of 4 to S of Mill Threshing Barn and Cartshed.
  13. II Outbuilding at Church Farm
    Picket is a hamlet on the NE boundary of Wick Community. The farm buildings are to the S of Church farm. This building is the SW of a group of 4 to S of Mill Threshing Barn and Cartshed.
  14. II Outbuilding at Church farm
    Picket is a hamlet on the NE boundary of Wick Community. The farm buildings are to the S of Church farm. This building is the SE of a group of 4 to S of Mill Threshing Barn and Cartshed.
  15. II Primrose Cottage
    Located on the S side of Church Street, slightly set back from the road and in front of Wick and Marcross Primary School. No. 1 is the L house in the terrace.
  16. II Remains of Preaching Cross, Church of St. James
    Located in the Churchayrd to the S of the Church of St James.
  17. II Ruined Windmill Tower
    Located in a field behind the primary school in Church Street, Wick. Accessed by a Public Footpath.
  18. II Sycamore House
    Located on the N side of Church Street, 90m E of the Church of St. James, and next to the Lamb and Flag Public House.
  19. II Trepit Cottage
    Located in the hamlet of Trepit to the W of Wick, and on the N side of the lane.
  20. II Yr Hen Felin Wynt
    Prominently located at the end of a modern residential development with access from the W side of the B4265 road which runs SE from Wick.

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