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Listed Buildings in Llangan, Vale of Glamorgan

  1. II Chimney 100m north of Gelliaraul Farmhouse
    To the east of the lane to Gelliaraul Farmhouse and about 250m south of Mount Pleasant Farm.
  2. II Chuchyard Wall of the Church of St Mary
    Surrounding the churchyard and the top of the hill.
  3. II Church of St Canna
    At the north end of Llangan village.
  4. II Church of St Mary Photos
    On the top of St. Mary Down with panoramic views and is itself widely visible.
  5. I Churchyard Cross at Church of St Canna
    In the churchyard beside the main path.
  6. II Churchyard Cross at Church of St Mary
    In the churchyard beside the main path.
  7. II Cowshed at Pantruthin-fach Farm
    Immediately north of the farmhouse across the yard.
  8. II Cross Base at St Mary Hill Photos
    Set against the north-west corner of the garden wall of Village Farmhouse.
  9. II Mount Pleasant Farmhouse with attached Barn
    Prominently sited at the southern entry to Llangan village.
  10. II Pantruthin-fach Farmhouse
    Right on the northen edge of Llangan Community hard against the M4.
  11. II Saron Welsh Congregationalist Chapel
    On the south side of Treoes village at the junction with the lane to Llangan. Prominently set at the north-west corner of the stone-walled
  12. II Telephone Call-box opposite Mount Pleasant Farm
    At the southern entry to Llangan village across the road from Mount Pleasant Farm.
  13. II The Old Rectory
    At the north end of Llangan village about 50m to the west of the Church of St. Canna.
  14. II The Star Inn P H
    In the centre of Treoes village.
  15. II Treoes Farmhouse
    In the centre of Treoes village and directly opposite The Star Inn P. H.

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