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Listed Buildings in St Asaph, Denbighshire

  1. II April Cottage
    St. Asaph
  2. II Barrow Crafts (including Antiques Shop) Photos
    L-plan range set back near the top of the High Street adjoining the National Westminster Bank; part
  3. II Beulah House (K&M Massey, including St. Asaph Video)
    At the lower end of the street, set in the slope and stepped down from Glasgow House to left.
  4. II Bryn Asaph including Gate House Range
    About 2/3 mile S of the city, reached by a short drive; wooded grounds and terraced lawns.
  5. I Cathedral Church of st. Asaph Photos
    At the top of the hill, dominating the views of the city from the W.
  6. II Conservative Club
    St. Asaph
  7. II Dovecote at Esgonty Farm
    Situated at the W end of the rear garden to Esgobty farmhouse.
  8. II Elwy Bank including D.P. Nash
    Set in the slope midway along the street, formerly the Bank of St Asaph.
  9. II* Esgobty Farmhouse
    To SW of the cathedral, reached down farm road with farmyard to E; on sloping ground.
  10. II Former Barber Shop
    Set into the slope near the top of the High Street, to the right of the Diocesan Office; shown on 18
  11. II Former Coach House,Stables & Outbuildings to Staverton & Southcroft
    Approximately 1 mile W of the city, at right angles to the road with drive to E. Formerly part of Th
  12. II Garden Wall at Esgobty Farm
    To the N of the property, bordering with the Old Palace.
  13. II Gatepiers & Gate at the Old Deanery
    St. Asaph
  14. II Glan Elwy
    Aproximately half a mile from the city centre; at right angles to the bend in the road.
  15. II Glandwr (St. Asaph Cricket & Social Club)
    Detached and set back from the road behind the forecourt near the N end of the road.
  16. II Glasgow House including County Cleaners, Halifax Building Society & Shoe Repairs
    Set into the slope near the bottom of the street, detached to left.
  17. II Glasgow House including County Cleaners, Halifax Building Society & Shoe Repairs)
    Set into the slope near the bottom of the street, detached to left.
  18. II Greengrocer's Shop
    Set into the slope at the bottom of the street, detached to the right and including the former Old B
  19. II Greenhouse at Talardy Hotel
    To N of the Talardy Hotel.
  20. II H.M. Cleaver & Co. (Solicitors)
    L-plan range set back near the top of the High Street adjoining the National Westminster Bank; part
  21. II H.M.Stanley Hospital (front range plus attached cross-plan ranges & Chapel only)
    Approximately 1/2 mile S of the city centre, set back from the road.
  22. II House at St. Asaph Auction Rooms
    On steeply sloping ground midway along the street; rendered brick wall to front.
  23. II Including Yu's Chinese
    Set into the slope near the bottom of the street, detached to left and set back from the Conservativ
  24. II Kinmel Arms P.H.
    Set into the slope at the bottom of the street, detached to the right and including the former Old B
  25. II Lodge & Gatepiers at driveway to the Old Palace
    At right angles to the bottom of the street with the main drive to left and Great yard to right.
  26. II Mary Short Memorial Drinking Fountain
    At the roadside at the east end of the bridge.
  27. II Midland Bank
    Set into slope at the top of the street on the corner with High Street.
  28. II Min-Afon
    Set back from the road behind U-shaped drive and front garden; Glandwr detached to left.
  29. II No.1 High Street,,,,,clwyd,,1452
    Set into the slope near the bottom of the street, detached to left and set back from the Conservativ
  30. II No.1a High Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set into the slope near the bottom of the street, detached to left and set back from the Conservativ
  31. II Palace Gardens
    Detached at end of cobbled Great Yard, reached off the bottom of the High Street.
  32. II Plas Coch Rest Home (main block only)
    Situated to N of the city and reached by a short drive, faces S. Once in Mostyn family ownership an
  33. II Plas yn Roe
    On the corner at splayed angle of road, with forecourt. the two properties are divided by a rendere
  34. II Railings & Boundary Walls to St. Kentigern & St. Asaph Parish Church
    At the bottom of the High Street, enclosing the irregular churchyard.
  35. II Red Lion P.H.
    Set back between the rear of the Midland Bank and Felton House on right; narrow open courtyard to th
  36. II Roe Gau
    Set back at the end of the street; end on to the hillside which rises steeply to E. now divided int
  37. II Rose Hill House
    Elevated corner site with wide views over the city to E; now divided into two properties.
  38. II Rosslyn
    Set back from the road behind forecourt, opposite the E end of the Cathedral.
  39. II Southcroft including North Cottage
    Approximately 1 mile W of the city. Set back from the road behind low brick wall with gate piers; o
  40. II* St. Asaph
    Spanning the River Elwy.
  41. II St. Asaph Auction Rooms
    On steeply sloping ground midway along the street; rendered brick wall to front.
  42. II St. Asaph Diocesan Office
    Near the top of the High Street at the NW corner of the Cathedral churchyard.
  43. II St. Asaph V.P. School
    Set back from the road behind forecourt, opposite the E end of the Cathedral.
  44. II* St. Kentigern & St. Asaph Parish Church
    Set back at the bottom of the street in irregularly shaped churchyard.
  45. II Staverton
    Approximately 1 mile W of the city; set back from road behind low brick wall with gate piers. Stepp
  46. II Summer House in the Grounds of The Bryn
    St. Asaph
  47. II Suncot
    Set back from the road behind walled small front garden. Across side-road from the Plough Hotel.
  48. II Sundial at Kentigern Hall
    Set in front garden (S side) of former Canonry.
  49. II Sundial in the Churchyard to St .Kentigern & St .Asaph Parish Church
    Set in centre of churchyard to SW of the church.
  50. II Sundial in the grounds of The Bryn
    Set in the wooded grounds, beside the summer house, to N of the Bryn, reached from the rear drive; g
  51. II Talardy Hotel
    Set back on the NW side of the roundabout below the A55.
  52. II The Barrow Arms P.H.
    Set into the slope near the bottom of the street, detached to left.
  53. II The Bryn
    Reached by a tree-lined drive off the street; wooded grounds to n and panoramic views across the Val
  54. II The Court House
    Detached on the edge of the city before the road descends to the E.
  55. II The Hendre
    On the corner at splayed angle of road, with forecourt. the two properties are divided by a rendere
  56. II The old China Shop, including China House
    Projecting at the bend in the Street, with elevations to 3 sides; cobbled pavement to front
  57. II The Old Deanery
    Immediately to the W of St Asaph Bridge, formerly in its own grounds with terraced gardens on E side
  58. II* The Old Palace
    Situated below the Cathedral to E on sloping site. Reached by drive near the bottom of the High Str
  59. II The Old Rectory Photos
    Detached and set into the slope at the top of the street, small forecourt with Georgian railings and
  60. II Tithe Barn House
    On W side of the Great Yard to the former Bishop's Palace, opposite the lodge and with gable end to
  61. II Translator's Memorial Photos
    Above the street in the churchyard to the north of the Cathedral.
  62. II Walled Garden at Talardy Hotel
    To N of the Talardy Hotel
  63. II Ysgubor-y-Coed Farmhouse
    To S of the city, reached by a farm road; approximately a mile off Upper Denbigh Road. Overlooking

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