In the United Kingdom, the term listed building refers to a building or other structure officially designated as being of special architectural, historical, or cultural significance; Grade II* structures are those considered to be "particularly important buildings of more than special interest". Listing was begun by a provision in the Town and Country Planning Act 1947. Once listed, strict limitations are imposed on the modifications allowed to a building's structure or fittings. In Wales, the authority for listing under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 rests with Cadw.
|Name||Location||Date Listed||Grid Ref.[note 1]
|Church of St James||Wick||26 July 1963||Church||Located on the N side of Church Street in the centre of Wick Village. Located in a roughly rectangular churchyard.||11221|
|Church of St Bridget||St Brides Major||26 July 1963||Church||Set within a polygonal churchyard on the hillside, towards the NW end of St. Brides Major.||11226|
|Ewenny Priory (house)||Ewenny||26 July 1963||Church||About 1km northeast of Ewenny village, a five-bay Georgian mansion to south of Ewenny Priory.||11249|
|Flemingston Court Farmhouse||St Athan||16 December 1952||Farmhouse||On the south side of the Churchyard of the Church of St Michael the Archangel.||13130|
|Gileston Manor||Gileston (St Athan)||16 December 1952||House||In the centre of Gileston village and immediately west of the Church of St Giles.||13131|
|Great House (Ty Mawr), Aberthin||Aberthin||16 December 1952||House||In large walled garden about 300m E of centre of Aberthin; on N side of Nant Aberthin.||13132|
|Llanmaes House||Llan Maes||16 December 1952||House||In the centre of Llanmaes village facing the east end of the Church of St. Cattwg.||13134|
|Castleton Farmhouse||St Athan||16 December 1952||Farmhouse||About 700m north-east of the Church of St. Athan and approached down a cul-de-sac.||13140|
|Parish church of St Michael and All Angels, Llanmihangel||Llanmihangel, Llandow||22 February 1963||Church||13141|
|Church of St Brise||St Athan||22 February 1963||Church||It is within the boundary fence of RAF St Athan on the south side of a right-angled bend in the road and hidden by trees.||13142|
|Church of St Giles||Gileston (St Athan)||22 February 1963||Church||In the centre of Gileston village and immediately to the east of Gileston Manor.||13143|
|St Quintin's Castle (Llanblethian Castle)||Cowbridge with Llanblethian||22 February 1963||Castle||About 450m NE of Llanblethian church on spur of land above loop in River Thaw.||13146|
|Parish church of the Holy Trinity, Ty Draw||Llandow||22 February 1963||Church||13148|
|Church Farmhouse (also known as The Glebe)||Llandow||22 February 1963||Farmhouse||Situated immediately to the NE of the Parish Church of Holy Trinity, in the centre of Llandow village. Set within its own gardens to front and rear, bounded by a low rubble wall.||13149|
|Sutton Farmhouse||Llandow||22 February 1963||Farmhouse||13151|
|Church of St Cattwg||Llan Maes||22 February 1963||Church||In the centre of Llanmaes village.||13160|
|Church of St Brynach||Penllyn||22 February 1963||Church||At the very southern point of the community and about 1.5 km south of Penllyn village.||13164|
|Church of St Hilary||St Hilary (Llanfair)||22 February 1963||Church||13170|
|Old Beaupre Farmhouse||Llanfair||22 February 1963||Farmhouse||Located at the SE corner of Old Beaupre Castle, attached to the E end of the S range of the ruined manor house, aligned on a N/S axis.||13172|
|Church of St Cadoc, Cadoxton||Cadoxton, Barry||18 September 1962||Church||13175|
|Church of St Dyfran and St Teilo, Merthyr Dyfan||Merthyr Dyfan, Barry||18 September 1962||Church||13177|
|Barry Castle||Barry||18 September 1962||Castle||Remains of a fortified manor dating from circa 1300-1350. At junction of Porth-y-Castell and Park Road, Barry.||13180|
|Cowbridge town walls||Cowbridge with Llanblethian||12 May 1963||Town wall||On east side of The Butts, from rear of Mason's Arms, to bastion at southwest angle, thence along north side of Town Mill Road.||13181|
|South Gate (Porth y Felin)||Cowbridge with Llanblethian||12 May 1963||Gate||At south end of Church Street.||13183|
|Cowbridge Grammar School||Cowbridge with Llanblethian||18 April 1973||Apartments||To south of Parish Church.||13185|
|Cowbridge Town Hall||Cowbridge||12 May 1963||Town hall||Prominently sited near the east end of High Street, with rear elevations to Town Hall Square.||13200|
|The Great House, Cowbridge||Cowbridge||12 May 1963||16th century L-shaped hall house, two storeys with attic, about 80m east of junction with Church Street.||13221|
|Boverton Place including attached bee-boles||Llantwit Major||9 October 1982||On the south side of Boverton village centre.||13245|
|Llantwit Major Town Hall||Llantwit Major||22 February 1963||Town hall||In the centre of Llantwit Major.||13248|
|Dovecote, Llantwit Major||Llantwit Major||22 February 1963||Dovecote||About 110m south-west of the Church of St. Illtud.||13253|
|The Gatehouse, Llantwit Major||Llantwit Major||22 February 1963||Gatehouse||About 80m south-west of the Church of St. Illtud. The building is on the roadside and is sited near the south-east corner of the 'Monastery' field.||13254|
|Old Swan Inn, Llantwit Major||Llantwit Major||16 December 1952||Public house||In the centre of Llantwit Major just to the north of The Town Hall.||13260|
|Ty-Mawr (or Great House)||Llantwit Major||22 February 1963||About 500m north of the Church of St. Illtud at the northern entrance to the town.||13271|
|Church of St Mary, St Donats||Monknash, St Donats||22 February 1963||Church||About 200m east of the road junction in the centre of Monknash on the south side of the road going towards St Donats.||13311|
|St Peter's Church, Penarth||Penarth||19 November 1990||Church||On east of minor road branching off Sully Road. To north of Cogan Old Hall Farm.||13370|
|Whitehouse Cottage||Barry||2 July 1978||House||The oldest inhabited house in Barry, dating from the late 16th century.||13400|
|Llandough Castle||Llandough||13 May 1981||Castle||13408|
|The gatehouse, Llandough Castle (including attached boundary walls)||Llanfair||16 December 1952||Gatehouse||13421|
|Great House with Forecourt Walls & Gatepiers||Llanblethian||17 May 1988||House dating from circa 1600 with a facade dated 1703, about 100m southwest of bridge over River Thaw.||13424|
|Barn and stable to east of Llanmithangel Place, Llanmithangel||Llandow||19 September 1989||Farm buildings||13436|
|Barry Dock Offices||Barry||30 July 1990||Prominently sited, overlooking Docks to the south, below the town on a flat site near Castleisland Point; railway immediately to rear.||13443|
|Pedestal and statue of David Davies||Barry||30 July 1990||Statue||Statue of engineer, industrialist and entrepreneur David Davies (1818-1890). On the seaward side of the road in front of Barry Dock Board Offices, overlooking the docks.||13445|
|Sully Hospital||Sully||6 November 1990||Reached along a byroad one-and-a-half km southwest from B4267 near west outskirts of Sully. The hospital is sited in extensive, wooded grounds at Hayes Point overlooking the Bristol Channel.||13447|
|Dyffryn House||St Nicholas and Bonvilston||15 September 1992||Set within the large public grounds of Dyffryn Gardens; 2km to south of St Nicholas.||13469|
|Garnllywd Farmhouse, Lannfythin||Llancarfan||14 February 1952||Farmhouse||13592|
|Treguff Farmhouse, Treguff||Llancarfan||14 February 1952||Farmhouse||13593|
|Trewallter Fawr Farmhouse||Walterston||28 January 1963||Farmhouse||Set on the east side of the Walterston hamlet to the northeast of the Llancarfan village.||13606|
|St Illtyd's parish church, Llantrithyd||Llantrithyd||28 January 1963||Church||13609|
|Church of St Cadoc, Pendoylan||Pendoylan||28 January 1963||Church||13613|
|The Blue Anchor Inn||Rhoose||28 January 1963||Restaurant||In the centre of East Aberthaw village on the east side of the road.||13614|
|Church of St Mary, Rhoose||Rhoose||28 January 1963||Church||In the centre of Penmark village on the north side of the road to Barry.||13617|
|Church of St Peter, Peterston Super Ely||Peterston Super Ely||28 January 1963||Church||In the village centre set within a large walled rectangular churchyard with entrances at SE and SW.||13618|
|Church of St Curig, Rhoose||Porthkerry||28 January 1963||Church||On the eastern boundary of the community set to the south-east of Porthkerry village green.||13619|
|Church of St Andrew||St Andrews Major (Dinas Powys)||28 January 1963||Church||On low-lying ground in the centre of the rural hamlet (northwest of the urban development of Dinas Powys) standing in a roughly rectangular churchyard with retaining wall incorporating stone stiles.||13625|
|The Old Rectory||St Andrews Major (Dinas Powys)||28 January 1963||(ex)House||Ex priest's house probably dating back to the 15th century, now used as a garage. Situated southwest of the church, within the grounds of The Rectory and reached by a drive through that property.||13626|
|Church of St George, St Georges Super Ely||St Georges Super Ely||28 January 1963||Church||A little to the E of the hamlet of St Georges which developed round Castle Farm, main approach from N, the centre of a small cluster of buildings grouped round the churchyard, close to the Ely River.||13633|
|Church of St Bleiddian||Wenvoe||28 January 1963||Church||In the centre of St Lythans hamlet, set back from the road, reached by a short track and surrounded by a roughly circular walled churchyard incorporating stone stiles.||13635|
|Parish church of St Nicholas, St Nicholas||St Nicholas||28 January 1963||Church||13636|
|Church of St Mary, Wenvoe||Wenvoe||28 January 1963||Church||In the centre of Wenvoe village, fronting the main thoroughfare, in a roughly rectangular churchyard entered through a stone arch at NE.||13643|
|Coach-house and stables at Coedarhydyglyn||St Georges Super Ely||13 September 1994||To the NE of the main house, on the same plateau.||14865|
|Sliding Bridge at N entrance to Basin||Barry||13 February 1996||Bridge||Spans N entrance to Dock Basin.||16562|
|Ewenny Priory Barn||Ewenny||3 March 1998||Barn||Forming part of the north boundary of Ewenny Priory house courtyard, backing onto Abbey Road, just south of Ewenny River and west of the Priory.||19463|
|East Precinct Wall at Ewenny Priory (house)||Ewenny||3 March 1998||Aligned roughly north/south in Ewenny Priory (house) garden, joining churchyard at southest and former southeast gatehouse.||19465|
|Former Southeast Tower at Ewenny Priory (house)||Ewenny||3 March 1998||At the southeast corner of Ewenny Priory (house) lawned garden adjacent to the haha forming the south boundary.||19467|
|Medieval fishpool in west part of Ewenny Priory (house) gardens||Ewenny||3 March 1998||Fishpond||Circular fishpond in the walled garden in the west part of the Priory complex.||19469|
|Ty Maen||St Brides Major||3 March 1999||House||Located off the S side of the B4524 road which leads from Bridgend to Ogmore-by-Sea. The house is just W of the community boundary with Ewenny, and is cut into the hillside with sharp drops to the N and E.||21775|
|Old Leckwith Bridge||Canton / Michaelston||2 December 1952||Bridge||At the S end of Canton crossing the River Ely into Leckwith; at the foot of Leckwith Woods and adjacent to the later bridge carrying the B4267||26487|
|Walls, Gatepiers and Gates of Llanmaes House||Llan Maes||21 July 2003||Walls and Gates||Surrounding the front and rear gardens of Llanmaes House.||81305|
|Church of St Michael the Archangel, St Athan||Flemingston, St Athan||9 March 2004||Church||In the centre of Flemingston village.||83115|
|Church Farmhouse (aka Glebe Farm)||Rhoose||30 September 2004||Farmhouse||On the north side of the Porthkerry village green about 50m from the Church of St Curig||83147|
|Outbuilding to north of Church Farmhouse||Rhoose||30 September 2004||Farm building||In the garden on the north side of Church Farmhouse.||83157|
|Watchtower at Fonmon Castle||Rhoose||14 February 1952||Watchtower||About 200m south of Fonmon Castle.||83166|
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