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Listed Buildings in Exning, Forest Heath, Suffolk

  1. II 14 and 16, Oxford Street
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  2. II 3 Oxford Street
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  3. II Barn 20m South of Northmore Farmhouse
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  4. II Barn 50m South of Northmore Farmhouse
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  5. II Barn at Exeter Stud 40 Metres East of Exeter House
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  6. II Barn to South of Landwade Hall
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  7. I Church of St Martin
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  8. II* Church of St Nicholas
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  9. II Churchyard Cross to South of St Nicholas Church
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  10. II Churchyard Wall to St Nicholas Church
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  11. II Cottage at Dog Kennel Yard
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  12. II Dovecote 100m South East of St Martins Church
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  13. II Exning War Memorial
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  14. II Gates and Gatepiers 60m South of the Glanelly Rest
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  15. II* Glanelly Rest (Exning House) Including Two Attached Gate Ways and Section of Garden Wall to North
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  16. II Harraton Court Stables and attached Trainer's House
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  17. II Northmore Farmhouse
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  18. II Stables Coach House and Boundary Wall to Glanelly Rest
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  19. II The Mill House and Watermill
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  20. II The White Horse Public House
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8
  21. II The Yews
    Exning, West Suffolk, Suffolk, CB8

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