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Listed Buildings in New Moat, Pembrokeshire

  1. II 1 and 2 Penrhiw Cottages
    On the E side of a minor road to Gwasted some 300m NE of Pont Crwca.
  2. II* Church of Saint Mary
    In a prominent position in the centre of the village.
  3. II Church of Saint Meilyr
    On the SW side of Llys-y-fran near the bottom of the valley of the Afon Syfni just 200m SE of the dam.
  4. II Farthings Hook Bridge (partly in Puncheston community)
    Situated on a minor road some 700m S of the Church of Saint Brynach in Henry's Moat.
  5. II Former mill at New Mill
    Situated immediately behind the old farmhouse at New Mill.
  6. II Gelli Bridge (partly in Llawhaden community)
    Across the Avon Syfynwy, a tributary of the Eastern Cleddau, which is the community boundary between Llawhaden and New Moat.
  7. II Mote House
    Some 450m SW of the Church of Saint Nicholas, reached by a drive W off a minor road.
  8. II Mote Lodge
    On the W side of a minor road some 200m S of the Church of Saint Nicholas.
  9. II Nyth y Dryw/ Wren's Nest
    Between the road and the Afon Syfni some 100m SE of Pont Crwca.
  10. II Old farmhouse at New Mill
    At the end of a long drive some 1.3km W of the Church of Saint Mary at Bletherston.
  11. II Parc-y-delyn
    On the E side of the minor road S from Gwasted to Pont Crwca.
  12. II* Parish Church of Saint Nicholas
    Prominently situated on S side of village on W side of road; raised rounded graveyard.
  13. II Southfield
    At the end of a drive some 700m S of Llys-y-fran.
  14. II Southfield Villa
    On the S side of the road some 100m E of Pont Crwca.
  15. II Stable block opposite Mote House
    Just to the E of and facing Moat House some 470m SW of the Church of Saint Nicholas.

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