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Listed Buildings in Laugharne Township, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Abercoran House
    Set in a continuous row of frontages, stepped down from Grove House to left.
  2. II Ball Court
    Beside the foreshore facing NE; below Gosport House.
  3. II Barn Range at East House Farm
    The farm lies on the southern edge of the reclaimed land of East Marsh, close to the dunes of Laugha
  4. II Boundry Wall to Island House
    Continuous wall forming an almost square enclosure to the N corner of which lies Island House with i
  5. II Boundry Wall to W of Castle House,including gated entrance
    Lining the road in front of the house and serving as a northern boundary to the Castle area.
  6. II Brixton Farmhouse
    Reached by a farm track S off the by-road leading to A4066; to W of the farmyard.
  7. II Brown's Hotel Photos
    Set into a continuous row of frontages near the crossroads with Victoria Street.
  8. II Cartshed & Stable at Brixton Farm
    To NE of the farmhouse and farmyard; set into the slope and end on to the track leading to the farmh
  9. II* Castle House Photos
    Prominently sited to N of the castle and entered through the same iron gates.
  10. II Church of St Sadwrnen
    Prominently sited in historic churchyard high above Carmarthen Bay, about 2 km west of Laugharne.
  11. II Churchyard at St. Martin's Parish
    Old churchyard on northern outskirts of Town Centre bounded to N and E by rubble walls.
  12. II Clifton House
    Laugharne Township
  13. II Conservatory at Broadway Mansion
    Immediately to W of Broadway Mansion. Reached by a short drive off the main road, SW of Broadway vi
  14. II Coran Bridge Photos
    At the south end of the Cors
  15. II Corran Books (Formerly The Ship & Castle PH) Photos
    Near the crossroads; attached to the Manse to right.
  16. II Cowhouse & Corn Store (including attached range to E.) at Brixton Farm
    Reached by a farm track S off the by-road leading to the A4066. Set across the slope and with farmh
  17. II Cowhouse Range at East House Farm
    The farm lies on the southern edge of the reclaimed land of East Marsh, close to the dunes of Laugha
  18. II Cross, The Grist Photos
    At the western end of a broad tarmac area close to the foreshore.
  19. II Dragon Park
    Detached to the left.
  20. II Dylan Thomas's tool-shed Study Photos
    The tool-shed, on the cliff edge SW of the house.
  21. II East farm-range at East House Farm
    The farm lies on the southern edge of the reclaimed land of East Marsh, close to the dunes of Laugha
  22. II Elm House Photos
    Set in a continuous row of frontages, stepped up from The Pines to left.
  23. II Exeter House including Oriel Evans Bokshop
    In a continuous row of fronages, Elm House stepped up to the right
  24. II Farm Square at Hurst House
    To S of and adjoining Hurst House in the marshes to S of Laugharne.
  25. II Fen Hill, The Butts Photos
    Built into the hillside with views over the lower town to SE, reached by steep curved drive entered
  26. II Fernhill cottage
    Above the road to the NE and below Fern Hill, reached by a track N off The Butts.
  27. II Gainsford House
    Laugharne Township
  28. II Garage to Island House
    Continuous wall forming an almost square enclosure to the N corner of which lies Island House with i
  29. II Gazebo in grounds of Laugharne Castle
    Situated on the SE edge of the castle grounds high above the foreshore.
  30. II Globe House (including SB & RB Gleed, Butcher's Shop)
    Opposite the town Hall at the end of the street, on the corner with Duncan Street. Formerly the Glo
  31. II Gosport House
    On a bend in the road enclosed behind rubble boundary wall; ground falls away steeply to rear.
  32. II* Great House
    At the end of a continuous row of frontages, stepped up from the Vicarage.
  33. II Grove House
    Set in a continuous row of frontages stepped up from Redford House to left.
  34. II Gwalia
    Opposite the town Hall and adjoining Globe House.
  35. II Horse engine House at Brixton Farm
    Immediately to N of the long cowhouse range beside the track to the farmhouse.
  36. II Hurst House
    Situated in the marshes to S of Laugharne near the MOD area. Set back from road in enclosed small g
  37. II* Island House
    In the lower part of the town, below and west of the castle, on the SE side of the street, close to
  38. I Laugharne Castle Photos
    On an elevated coastal site near the town Hall, reached by path in front of Castle House.
  39. II Llandawke
    Situated on a hilltop to W of Laugharne reached by a farm track to N of the Parish Church.
  40. II Manchester House
    Opposite the town Hall and adjoining Globe House.
  41. II Manse
    Opposite Brown's Hotel.
  42. II Mapsland
    Prominently sited at the S side of a lane leading to Delacorse, E off A4066; looking S over Laugharn
  43. II Minerva
    Set in a continuous row of frontages, stepped up from Redford House to right.
  44. II Moir House
    Set across the slope, attached to The Limes on the left and Rosetta at an angle to the right; ramped
  45. II New Three Mariners P.H. Photos
    At the crossroads with Market Street, King Street and Newbridge Street.
  46. II No.2 Market Street,,,,,dyfed,,9660 Photos
    Set back to the left of the Town Hall.
  47. II No.3 Market Street,,,,,dyfed,,9661 Photos
    Set back to the left of the Town Hall
  48. II Osbourne House
    Set in a continuous row of frontages stepped up from Gainsford House to left.
  49. I Outer Gatehouse to Laugharne Castle Photos
    At the bottom of the street near the town Hall, reached by path in front of Castle House.
  50. II Parish Church of St Odoceus
    Set in a hollow below the Laugharne to Llandawke by road.
  51. II* Parish Church of St. Martin
    Set in an elevated churchyard to N of the town centre
  52. II Parson's Lodge
    Below the road and reached by a tree-lined drive.
  53. II Pelican
    Opposite Brown's Hotel.
  54. II Plashett
    Set well above and end on to the road at the W end of the hamlet. Formerly known as Plashett Farm,
  55. II Redford House
    Set in a continuous row of frontages stepped down from Minerva to left.
  56. II Rosetta
    Opposite Great House and atached at an angle to Moir House; iron railed walks to front above the roa
  57. II Sea View
    Set back from the road behind front garden at the corner leading to Victoria Street.
  58. II Section of Boundry Walls around Castle grounds running E from outer Gatehouse
    Adjoining Outer Gatehouse and reached by a path in front of Castle House.
  59. II Section of boundry walls around Castle grounds running SW.from outer Gatehouse
    Adjoining Outer Gatehouse and reached by a path in front of Castle House.
  60. II Strand House
    Beside the foreshore facing E, set back behind rubble walls and reached by driveway with iron gates.
  61. II Telephone Call-box
    Midway along the street. On the pavement in front of the Congregational Chapel.
  62. II Temperance House
    Set in a continuous row of frontages stepped down from Abercaran House to left.
  63. II The Boat House Photos
    The house, above and at right angles to the foreshore with revetment wall to NW end; reached by mode
  64. II The Limes
    Set across the slope at the junction with Clifton Street, reached by ramped and iron railed pavement
  65. II The Pines including Oriel Evans Bookshop
    In a continuous row of fronages, Elm House stepped up to the right.
  66. II The Strand
    Beside the foreshore facing E; front set back behind rubble walls.
  67. II* Town Hall Photos
    Forward to the street at the junction with Wogan Street, close to the castle; Market Lane to rear.
  68. II Vicarage
    Slightly canted street frontage adjoining Great House; continuous sequence of frontages to left.
  69. II Victoria House
    Set in a continuous row of frontages, stepped up from adjoining houses.

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