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Listed Buildings in Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset

  1. II Bayford Post Office
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  2. II Church of St Andrew
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  3. II Cottage Between Bayford Post Office and Hope Cottage
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  4. II Court Field
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  5. II Home Farmhouse with Boundary Railings 4 Metres to West
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  6. II Hope Cottage
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  7. II Ivy House with Front Boundary Railings, 4 Metres North West
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  8. II Lodge Farmhouse
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  9. II Milestone at Ngr St 7270 2917
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  10. II Mitchell's Farmhouse
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  11. II* Physicwell House
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  12. II Rose Cottage woodbine Villa
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  13. II South Boundary Wall and Gateway, 25 Metres South of Church of St Andrew
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  14. II St Anne st Teresa's
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  15. II Stoke Farm House and Attached Garden Wall Extending Northwards and then Eastwards
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  16. II Stoke Trister War Memorial
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9
  17. II Wayside Thatch
    Stoke Trister, South Somerset, Somerset, BA9

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