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Listed Buildings in Llangunnor, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Bridge W of A484
    Approximately 0.4km S of Carmarthenshire College, set back on the W side of the modern road.
  2. II Brigwallt y Coed
    On the SE side of Nantycaws reached by farm road off a minor road immediately S of the A48.
  3. II Bryn Towy Mansion
    In its own grounds approximately 300m SE of the parish church. Reached by private drive on the N sid
  4. II Church of St Ceinwr
    On the N side of the small hamlet sited on the highest ground with a commanding view over the Towy v
  5. II Cow house at Brigwallt y Coed
    On the NE side of the farmhouse.
  6. II Former cottage on S side of Llangunnor churchyard
    Facing the minor road on the S side of the churchyard.
  7. II Morris family tomb in Llangunnor churchyard
    On the NW side of the church.
  8. II Mount Hill
    In its own grounds set back from the road at the S end of Tre-gynwr.
  9. II Multi-purpose farm building at Brigwallt y Coed
    On the SE side of the farmhouse.
  10. II Penddaulwyn Fawr, including attached farm building
    Approximately 2.6km E of the parish church, reached by farm road on the S side of the B4300.
  11. II Pibwr Lwyd Farmhouse
    On the S side of the Carmarthenshire Collage Pibwr Lwyd campus, reached by minor road on the E side
  12. II Tomb of David Charles in Llangunnor churchyard
    On the S side of the church.
  13. II* White Bridge (The Bacule railway bridge)
    Spanning the Afon Tywi to the SW of Carmarthen.

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