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Listed Buildings in Kensington and Fairfield Ward, Liverpool

  1. II 11 and 13, Lockerby Road
    Liverpool, L7
  2. II 11 Deane Road
    Liverpool, L7
  3. II 12, Holly Road
    Liverpool, L7
  4. II 14, Holly Road
    Liverpool, L7
  5. II 15, Deane Road
    Liverpool, L7
  6. II 17, Lockerby Road
    Liverpool, L7
  7. II 22, Lilley Road
    Liverpool, L7
  8. II 293, Edge Lane
    Liverpool, L7
  9. II 302 and 304, Kensington
    Liverpool, L7
  10. II 307, Edge Lane
    Liverpool, L7
  11. II 311, Edge Lane
    Liverpool, L7
  12. II 4, Laurel Road
    Liverpool, L7
  13. II 6, Laurel Road
    Liverpool, L7
  14. II* 8 Brougham Terrace, (Formerly listed as Brougham Terrace)
    Liverpool, L6
  15. II 9 and 10 Brougham Terrace (Formerly listed as Brougham Terrace)
    Liverpool, L6
  16. II 91 Edge Lane
    Liverpool, L7
  17. II Adelaide House
    Liverpool, L7
  18. II Bandstand at West End of Newsham Park
    Liverpool, L6
  19. II Beech Mount
    Liverpool, L7
  20. II Bowden Drinking Fountain at Corner of Boaler Street
    Liverpool, L6
  21. II Bronte Villa
    Liverpool, L6
  22. II Christ Church
    Liverpool, L7
  23. II Elm Terrace
    Liverpool, L7
  24. II Hailes House
    Liverpool, L7
  25. II Jewish Cemetery Screen with Front Railings
    Liverpool, L7
  26. II Lodge to Botanic Gardens
    Liverpool, L7
  27. II Nos. 10 and 12, PRESCOT ROAD
    Liverpool, L7
  28. II Oak Terrace
    Liverpool, L7
  29. II* Olympia Social Club
    Liverpool, L6
  30. II Public Library
    Liverpool, L7
  31. II The Hollies
    Liverpool, L6
  32. II University Hall (Old Portion Only)
    Liverpool, L7

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