Attached five-bay three-storey house, built c. 1860 and altered c. 1900, having integral segmental-headed carriage-arch to the east end of the main elevation (north) and former shop/pubfront to the we...

Attached corner-sited three-bay two-storey building, built c. 1830 and altered c. 1890. Originally two adjoining buildings, now in single ownership, comprising two-bay three-storey building to the so...

Attached corner-sited two-bay two-storey former house, built c. 1800, having single-bay two-storey return to the centre of the rear elevation (north-east). Later in use as a public house until c. 200...

Attached corner-sited three-bay two-storey house built, c. 1780, having shopfront to the north-west end of the main elevation (north-east), added c. 1860. Now disused. Pitched natural slate roof (sm...

Attached four-bay two-storey house, built c. 1790, having timber shopfront to the north-west end of main elevation, c. 1860, modern shopfront to the south-east end of the main elevation, and single-ba...

Freestanding cast-iron water hydrant, erected c. 1900, comprising fluted shaft on moulded base surmounted by fluted domed capping with acorn finial over, and having lion's head motif to spout. Foundr...

End-of-terrace three-bay single-storey former local authority house, built c. 1910, having gable-fronted timber canopy porch to entrance and single-storey return to rear (south). One of a group of si...

Freestanding three-bay double-height gable-fronted Methodist chapel/meeting house, built 1854 and altered c. 1910, having bellcote over entrance gable (south). Pitched artificial slate roof (fibre ce...

Detached six-bay single-storey former railway station and probable station master’s/railway worker's house, built c. 1893. Later in use as a private house with two-bay single storey flat-roof exten...

Freestanding cast-iron water pump, erected c. 1875, comprising tapered cylindrical pedestal shaft having moulded base and with band in low relief, cylindrical drum over having fluted spout to base and...

Pair of attached single-bay single-storey houses, built c. 1830, having former shop/retail outlet to the building to the south-east, and having adjoining single-bay two-storey section having integral ...

Corner-sited four-bay two-storey house half-dormer attic, built c. 1820 and modified c. 1910, having shopfront to the north-east end of the main elevation (north-west) and with four gable-front half-d...

Attached three-bay two-storey rendered house, built c. 1800, with former grocery shop to ground floor (closed c. 1997), rectangular in plan, rectangular return to east, rectangular extension to north ...

Triple-arch road bridge, built c. 1790, carrying road over the Ballintra River. Segmental-headed arches having roughly dressed stone voussoirs and squared rubble stone construction to the arch barrel...

Freestanding Methodist church/meeting house, built c. 1896, comprising a five-bay hall having advanced gable-fronted breakfront to the centre of the entrance gable end (south-east) with snecked rock-f...

Triple-arch road bridge, built c. 1780, carrying road over the Ballintra River. Possibly containing earlier fabric. Segmental-headed arches having dressed stone voussoirs and squared rubble stone co...

Freestanding cast-iron water hydrant, erected c. 1910, comprising fluted cylindrical shaft on moulded base, fluted domed capping over with ‘acorn’ finial, and having spout to the east side. Found...

Single-arch road bridge, built c. 1800, carrying small country road over the Ballintra River. Segmental-headed arch having roughly dressed stone voussoirs and squared rubble stone construction to the...

Double-arch road bridge, built c. 1800, carrying road over the Ballintra River. Segmental-headed arches having roughly dressed stone voussoirs. Coursed rubble stone construction to spandrels, piers ...

Freestanding cast-iron water hydrant, erected c. 1910, comprising fluted cylindrical shaft on moulded base, fluted domed capping over with ‘acorn’ finial, and having spout to the west side. Now d...