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Listed Buildings in Llanfynydd, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Blaen-cwm-gwaun-hendy, including attached agricultural range
    An isolated house reached down a farm road approximately 3.3km SSE of Abergorlech.
  2. II* Church of St Egwad
    In a round churchyard in the centre of the village.
  3. II Former entrance tower to Pantglas, including attached remains of house.
    Pantglas is 2km SSW of Llanfynydd, on the W side of a minor road between Llanfynydd and Court Henry.
  4. II Former stable and coach block at Pantglas
    The former stable and coach house block is on the SE side of the holiday village and NE of the entra
  5. II Llanfynydd War Memorial
    On the SE side of and opposite the churchyard.
  6. II Lych gate at entrance to Llanfynydd churchyard
    On the S side of the churchyard.
  7. II Ornamental bridge in grounds of Pantglas
    In the landscaped grounds below and to SE of the former house, with the former stable block to the N
  8. II Penylan House
    Approximately 2km S of Llanfynydd, reached by private road on the E side of a minor road between Lla
  9. II* Pont Cothi
    Spanning the Afon Cothi in the centre of Abergorlech, on the border between Llanfynydd and Llanfihan
  10. II Portis
    Approximately 180m S of the parish church, on the W side of the main road through the village.
  11. II Telephone Call-box on S side of Llanfynydd churchyard
    On the S side of the churchyard and E of the lych gate.

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