Grade I listed buildings in the Vale of Glamorgan
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 I structures are those considered to be "buildings of exceptional 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]
|Function||Notes||HB No[note 2]||Image|
|Ewenny Priory Church||Ewenny||26 July 1963||Church||The E part of the surviving Priory complex, on the S bank of the Ewenny River, NE of Ewenny village and due N of Corntown, bordered by Ewenny Priory (house) gardens to S and churchyard N.||11250|
|Church of St Michael||Ewenny||26 July 1963||Church||The W part of the surviving Priory church, on the E side of the Priory complex, on S bank of Ewenny River, NE of Ewenny Village and N of Corntown.||11251|
|Llanmihangel Place||Llandow||16 December 1952||Manor House||13136|
|Llansannor Court||Llansannor||16 December 1952||House||In the centre of Llansannor village beside the Church of St. Senwyr.||13137|
|Nash Manor||Llandow||16 December 1952||Manor House||13138|
|Church of St John the Baptist, Llanblethian||Llanblethian||22 February 1963||Church||To N and above village in large churchyard.||13144|
|Church of St Michael and All Angels, Colwinston||Colwinston||22 February 1963||Church||At the west end of Colwinston village.||13161|
|Church of St Senwyr||Llansannor||22 February 1963||Church||In the centre of Llansannor village about 4 km north of Cowbridge.||13162|
|St Tathan's Church||St Athan||22 February 1963||Church||In the centre of St Athan village.||13166|
|Old Beaupre Castle||Llanfair||22 February 1963||Castle||Located approximately 2km SW of St Hilary on the E bank of the river Thaw, set on a platformed site, with pedestrian access from St Hilary to St Mary Church road to NW, opposite Howe Mill Farm.||13171|
|Dovecote at Cadoxton Court||Barry||18 September 1962||Dovecote||13176|
|Church of the Holy Cross, Cowbridge||Cowbridge||12 May 1963||Church||To NE of town gate and grammar school.||13187|
|St Illtyd's Church, Llantwit Major||Llantwit Major||22 February 1963||Church||In the centre of Llantwit Major, west of The Square and well below it.||13259|
|Church of the Holy Trinity, St Donats||Marcross, St Donats||22 February 1963||Church||In the centre of Marcross village.||13303|
|St Donat's Castle, including entrance bridge||St Donats||16 December 1952||Castle||The castle stands on a rocky outcrop overlooking the Bristol Channel with the terraced gardens descending to the sea on the south side. The village was originally at the gate and round the church but it was moved away in the C19.||13325|
|Walls, Steps, Terraces, Pavilion, Summerhouses and Cottage attached to wall of the Hanging Gardens||St Donats||22 February 1963||Terracing||Stepping down in tiers from the main south front of St Donats Castle towards the sea.||13326|
|Church of St Donat||St Donats||22 February 1963||Church||In the bottom of the cwm below the west side of the castle.||13329|
|Medieval Cross and associated Slab in the Churchyard of the Church of St Donat||St Donats||22 February 1963||About 10m from the south side of the church.||13330|
|St Augustine's Church||Penarth||4 April 1989||Church||In walled churchyard on highest part of Penarth Head; entrance close to junction with St Augustine's Place.||13347|
|Hensol Castle (including attached courtyard grandes to N)||Pendoylan||2 May 1993||Castle||13482|
|Fonmon Castle||Rhoose||14 February 1952||Castle||On the north side of the B4265 but approached via a drive from Fonmon village.||13597|
|Castle Farmhouse||St Georges-super-Ely||14 February 1952||Farmhouse||In the centre of the small hamlet of St Georges, which is about 0.5 m from the church; the River Ely runs along the N side.||13600|
|St Cadoc's parish church, Llancarfan||Llancarfan||28 January 1963||Church||13605|
|Church of St Michael, Michaelston-le-Pit||Michaelston-le-Pit||28 January 1963||Church||In the centre of the village, on a steep rise, the churchyard sloping to S.||13612|
|Church of St Donat, Welsh St Donats||Welsh St Donats||28 January 1963||Church||In the centre of Welsh St Donats village.||13641|
|Coedarhydyglyn including attached outbuildings at rear||St Georges Super Ely||13 September 1994||House||In an elevated position overlooking surrounding parkland and the Vale of Glamorgan beyond; reached by a long drive from the lane to Drope and St Georges which leads off the A48 at Tumbledown.||14864|
|W Precinct Wall at Ewenny Priory (house)||Ewenny||3 March 1998||Wall||W of Ewenny Priory and just S of Ewenny River, bordering the lane and now enclosing part of Ewenny Priory (house) garden.||19460|
|N Gatehouse at Ewenny Priory (house)||Ewenny||3 March 1998||Gatehouse||Facing Abbey Road and Ewenny River, within the Priory complex on NW side.||19462|
|Romanesque gateway in former E precinct wall at Ewenny Priory (house)||Ewenny||3 March 1998||Gateway||Set in stretch of original medieval precinct wall on E side of Ewenny Priory (house) garden.||19466|
|N tower and attached stretch of precinct wall at Ewenny Priory (house)||Ewenny||3 March 1998||Tower||On the N side of the Priory complex, facing Abbey Road and Ewenny River, close to the Priory churchyard and backing onto the Stable Court of Ewenny Priory (house).||19470|
|S Gatehouse at Ewenny Priory (house)||Ewenny||3 March 1998||Gatehouse||At the S boundary of Ewenny Priory garden adjoining the parkland S and the precinct wall W.||19471|
|Ogmore Castle||St Brides Major||3 March 1999||Castle||Located on the SE side of the River Ewenny, just before it joins the Ogmore River, in the hamlet of Ogmore to the NW of the B4524. A series of stepping stones cross the river at this point.||21793|
|Churchyard Cross at Church of St Canna||Llangan||22 July 2003||Churchyard Cross||In the churchyard beside the main path.||81314|
- "Buildings & Conservation Areas". Cadw. Retrieved 18 June 2013.
- "Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990". The National Archives. Retrieved 18 June 2013.
- "Romanesque gateway in former E precinct wall at Ewenny Priory (house), Ewenny". britishlistedbuildings.co.uk. Retrieved 29 September 2013.
- "N tower and attached stretch of precinct wall at Ewenny Priory (house), Ewenny". britishlistedbuildings.co.uk. Retrieved 29 September 2013.
- "S Gatehouse at Ewenny Priory (house), Ewenny". britishlistedbuildings.co.uk. Retrieved 29 September 2013.
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