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Listed Buildings in Newcastle Emlyn, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Angel House (J.David Lewis Premises)
    Situated in terraced row towards N end of street.
  2. II Bank House
    Situated on corner of Bridge Street and Market Place.
  3. II Baptist Chapel, including Sunday School forecourt railings & gates.
    Set back in broad forecourt, just E of Fountain Square.
  4. II Bethel Presbyterian Chapel, including School-room & Wall to Church Street
    Situated opposite the Court House, facing E over large asphalted forecourt.
  5. II Bronafon & Teifi Dene
    Situated on street line with front doors raised on terraces.
  6. II Cartrefle
    Situated on street line in terraced row, between Emlyn Agricultural Soc and No 3, Bridge Street.
  7. II Castle Antiques
    Situated on street line at end of terrace row facing over rear court of Market Buildings. Also know
  8. II Castle House
    Situated at western end of Castle Street, adjoining entry to St John's Court.
  9. II Church of the Holy Trinity (including Churchyard Monument & Boundry Walls)
    Situated at W end of street in spacious churchyard.
  10. II Ebenezer Congregational Chapel Photos
    Situated on N side of A484 Carmarthen road some 120m E of Water Street.
  11. II Emlyn Castle (All Kings Premises)
    Situated on street line opposite Y Graig Baptist Chapel.
  12. II Former Emlyn Grammer School
    The last building on road out from Fountain Square to the Carmarthen Road, though formerly in a terr
  13. II Former Victoria Stores
    Situated at corner of Church Street, on street line.
  14. II Golwg Yr Afon
    Situated on street line in terraced row overlooking rear courtyard of Market Buildings.
  15. II Holy Trinity Church Hall (Former Church School)
    Situated opposite Holy Trinity Church and behind Bethel Chapel.
  16. II Milepost behind No. 24, Blaenwern
    Situated on side of road above Blaenwern estate, some 100m W of Porth Street
  17. II Milepost opposite "Pinecroft"
    Situated on roadside some 600m E of B4333 junction.
  18. II National Westminster Bank
    Prominently situated at S end of narrower part of Sycamore Street.
  19. I Newcastle Emlyn Castle
    Sited on a peninsula of land to W of the town and almost surrounded by Afon Teifi. Pedestrian acces
  20. II No.15 Sycamore Street,,,,,dyfed,
    Situated on street line in terraced row between Church Street and Pelican Inn.
  21. II Pantyronnen
    Situated on N side of road to Cynwyl Elfed, some 50m E of Aberarad Bridge.
  22. II Pillar Box outside Midland Bank
    Situated by roadside where College Row opens into Emlyn Square.
  23. II The Blue Bell Inn
    Situated on street line at upper end of Bridge Street opposite the end of Castle Street.
  24. II* The Bridge
    Situated between Newcastle Emlyn and Adpar, spanning Afon Teifi.
  25. II* The Bunch of Grapes Inn
    Situated at upper end of street, prominently canted to face towards bridge.
  26. II The Court House
    Detached building on street line, opposite Bethel Chapel.
  27. II The Emlyn Arms Hotel, including attached ranges each side of rear outbuildings
    Prominently sited on raised terrace mid-way up street.
  28. II The Old Saddler's
    Situated on street line, the last of 4 houses in terrace running S from bridge.
  29. II The vicarage
    Situated prominently above Cardigan Road, some 100m down un-named track running W from lane to Capel
  30. II Town Hall & Market Buildings
    Prominently sited at centre of town, on former market place at junction with Castle Street.
  31. II W.Evans George Premises
    Situated towards the S end of the narrow part of Sycamore Street, immediately N of National Westmins

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