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Listed Buildings in Shepton Montague, South Somerset, Somerset

  1. II Base of Churchyard Cross, 5 Metres South East of Tower, Church of Saint Peter
    Shepton Montague, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  2. II Church of Saint Peter
    Shepton Montague, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  3. II Dobe Chest Tomb, in Churchyard 3 Metres West of West Wall, Church of Saint Peter
    Shepton Montague, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  4. II Holden Chest Tomb, in Churchyard 2 Metres West of West Wall, Church of Saint Peter
    Shepton Montague, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  5. II Knowlerock Farmhouse
    Shepton Montague, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  6. II Lily Farmhouse
    Shepton Montague, South Somerset, Somerset, BA7
  7. II Lower Farmhouse and Front Boundary Wall
    Shepton Montague, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  8. II Manor Farm House
    Shepton Montague, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  9. II Manor Farm House
    Shepton Montague, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  10. II Milestone on A359 at Ngr St 6672 3165
    Shepton Montague, South Somerset, Somerset, BA7
  11. II Nelly Chest Tomb, in Churchyard 3 Metres South East of Tower, Church of Saint Peter
    Shepton Montague, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  12. II Shepton Montague War Memorial
    Shepton Montague, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  13. II The Old Chapel
    Shepton Montague, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  14. II Welham House
    Shepton Montague, South Somerset, Somerset, BA7

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