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Grade II* Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Denbighshire

  1. II* Railway Viaduct over River Ceiriog Photos
    The viaduct crosses the valley parallel to Chirk Aqueduct, 550m SW of the Church at the centre of the village.
  2. II* Dinorben Hall
    The farmhouse stands on high land, approximately 150m W of the minor road running S from the village of St George.
  3. II* King's Lodge, also known as Abergele Lodge
    Located at the W end of the town, at the junction of a lane to Tan-y-Gopa and Betws-yn-Rhos.
  4. II* Church of St Michael
    Located in a rectangular churchyard in the angle between Water Street and Market Street, at the centre of the town, and accessed by the short Church Street off Market Street
  5. II* Plas Kinmel
    Plas Kinmel is located on level ground on the E, at the bottom of Primrose Hill, St George.
  6. II* Coach-house and Stable Range at Kinmel with terrace walls, steps and archway to E
    The stable range extends at right angles, at the S end of the main W elevation of Kinmel, and set above of a series of 3 retained terraces.
  7. II* Entrance Screen to the main entrance front at Kinmel
    The screen encloses the court d'honneur on the E, in front of the E entrance elevation of Kinmel.
  8. II* West Range of Farm Buildings at Plas Kinmel
    Plas Kinmel stands at the E at the bottom of Primrose Hill, N of St George village. The West Range continues the house to the N enclosing the farmyard on the W.
  9. II* North Range of Farmyard Buildings at Plas Kinmel with the enclosed muck yard and entrance gate pier
    Plas Kinmel stands at the E at the bottom of Primrose Hill, N of St George village. This north range lies opposite the house and completes the enclosed farmyard.
  10. II* East Range of Farmyard Buildings at Plas Kinmel
    Plas Kinmel stands at the E at the bottom of Primrose Hill, N of St George village. The East Range encloses the large stock yard of which the house forms the SW corner.
  11. II* Piggery at Plas Kinmel
    Plas Kinmel stands at the E at the bottom of Primrose Hill, N of St George village. The piggery lies on the E side of the E range of the farmyard, and behind the dovecote at the end of the S range.
  12. II* Hendre-fawr
    Located on fertile drained flat lands between Abergele and Rhuddlan, and accessed by a farm road, 1m E of Abergele.
  13. II* Peniarth Fawr
    Located 0.5km NE of Betws-yn-Rhos village to the NW of an unclassified lane running NE from Betws towards Abergele; accessed via a farm track and set back slightly behind low rubble forecourt walls.
  14. II* Coed Coch
    Located in its own parkland setting approximately 0.7km SW of Dolwen; accessed via a long metalled drive running SW from the road.
  15. II* Parish Church of St Elian
    Situated within a raised rubble-walled churchyard on a commanding site in the village centre, with views of the sea to the N.
  16. II* Llan Farm
    Located in the centre of the village at the main cross-roads with its gable at right-angles to the road; facing a small forecourt with part-enclosing whitened rubble walls.
  17. II* Plas Llanelian (also known as Plas Ucha)
    Located approximately 2km SE of Llanelian-yn-Rhos just beyond Llanelian school, at the end of a narrow lane.
  18. II* Plas Tirion
    Prominently and imposingly sited, raised up slightly above the main Llanrwst-Betws-y-Coed road, and set back from it; accessed via a farm track running E from the road and sited across a hillslope.
  19. II* Hendre Wen
    Set back from the main Llanrwst to Betws-y-Coed road at the western border of the community and accessed via its own farm track running W from the road; facing a farmyard to the S, behind low rubble f
  20. II* Cilcennus
    Set back from the main road in a prominent raised position on a hill slope; accessed from a lane running SE from the A470 to Capel Garmon.
  21. II* Cyffdy Hall (including attached Coach House)
    Prominently located on a hillside overlooking the Afon Cyffdy to the E, in its own parkland approximately 1km SE of Melin-y-Coed; accessed via a farm track running SW from the lane running from Melin-
  22. II* Soflen Farmhouse
    Located approximately 1.3km NW of Nebo, immediately E of an unclassified lane running NW from Nebo to join the A470.
  23. II* Llaethwryd
    The large farm is located S of the Holyhead Road, between the Cwm-penanner road and the minor road running S, and approximately 1400m SW of the village centre.
  24. II* Church of Saint Paul Photos
    Occupies a block of land at the centre of the town between Woodland Road East and Rhiw Road.
  25. II* Christ Church
    Forms the focal point of the small hillside hamlet of Bryn y Maen, approx 3km S of the town.
  26. II* Plas-yn-Llan (also known as Plas and Plas Llan)
    Located at the SW extremity of the village approximately 250m SE of the village school, and set with its rear against the slope of a hill; accessed via an unmetalled farm track.
  27. II* The Pin Mill Photos
    Located to the W of the house at the southern end of the Canal Terrace.
  28. II* Morfa Lodge
    This outer lodge to Kinmel Park is set at the angle of the Rhuddlan Road and the wooded avenue, Coed-y-drive, running N from the Golden Lodge.
  29. II* Church of St Mary, with churchyard walls Photos
    The church lies immediately E of the Sandbank Road crossroads at the centre of Towyn, enclosed by a rectangular churchyard.
  30. II* Ty'n Llan Nursing Home
    Located immediately N of the Church of St Mary, with which it is linked.
  31. II* Towyn and Kinmel Bay Youth Club
    One of a group of 3 buildings, set facing the main Rhyl to Abergele Road, immediately E of Sandbank Road at the centre of Towyn.
  32. II* Church of St Ddoged
    Prominently sited in the centre of the village within a raised, circular churchyard with rubble revettment walls.
  33. II* Tan-yr-Ogof Lodge including adjoining walls and towers to S, E and W
    Prominently located on the roadside, some 60m E of the junction with Rhyd-y-Foel Road.
  34. II* Parish Church of St Cynbryd Photos
    Located in the centre of the village on the north bank of the Afon Dulas, within its own large, rubble-walled churchyard.
  35. II* Hen Wrych Lodge including adjoining crenellated boundary walls and towers
    Facing the road at the eastern boundary of the community, approximately 600m NE of Gwrych Castle
  36. II* Plas Tan-yr-Ogof including adjoining walls and arches to E and W
    Located on the roadside approximately 80m E of the junction with Rhyd-y-Foel Road.
  37. II* Tan-yr-Ogof Farmhouse including adjoining arch and walls to E
    Located on the roadside approximately 100m E of the junction with Rhyd-y-Foel Road.
  38. II* Faerdre
    Located on a rise at the NE boundary of the community, approximately 1km SW of the village of St George; accessed via a farm track running NW from Faerdre Hill lane and set behind low rubble enclosing
  39. II* Garthewin
    Strikingly located within an elevated parkland setting overlooking the Elwy valley 2km W of Llanfair Talhaiarn; accessed via a long metalled drive running NW from the main road.
  40. II* Parish Church of St Mary
    Located on an elevated site high above the village centre within a rubble-walled churchyard.
  41. II* C-shaped Agricultural Complex at Garthewin
    Located to the rear (NW) of Garthewin and enclosing cobbled estate yard on 3 sides.
  42. II* Plas Newydd
    Located on an elevated site approximately 1.5km N of Llanfair village; immediately E of an unclassified lane running N beyond Llanfair from the A 548.
  43. II* Church of St Michael Photos
    The church stands in a modified oval churchyard, approximately 250m W of Llanfihangel Bridge on the road up the Afon Alwen valley.
  44. II* Bodtegir Old Farmhouse
    Bodtegir is a large farm SE of Llanfihangel, reached by a farm road across open ground from the minor road above the Alwen valley leading to Maerdy and Bettws Gwerful-goch. The old house lies at an a
  45. II* Church of St Digain Photos
    The parish church stands S of the centre of a roughly oval-shaped churchyard on the S side of Llangernyw village centre. The churchyard is entered through a lychgate at W.
  46. II* Former Stable and Coach-house Range at Melai
    Located immediately SE of Melai, facing the house; a cobbled pavement lies in front.
  47. II* Old House and attached Cartshed block at Cysulog
    Cysulog is about 1 km north of Maerdy. The Old House and Cartshed block is to the NW of the present house.
  48. II* Plas Uchaf
    Strikingly-located to the W of, and in the shadow of, the Moel-y-Gaer, approximately 1.5km NW of Llannefydd village; accessed via a farm track running NW from the Llanfair to Llannefydd road, immediat
  49. II* Berain
    At the foot of a low hill near the cross-roads of the lanes leading from Bont Newydd and Henllan to Llannefydd village; set partly behind low rubble forecourt walls with a partly rock-cut and partly c
  50. II* L-shaped Agricultural Range at Berain
    Located immediately NW of Berain, partly enclosing a large farmyard.
  51. II* Earlier House SW of Plas Isa
    Located immediately to the SW of Plas Isa Farmhouse, on the opposite side of the approach lane and built into a slight rise to the SW.
  52. II* Plas Uchaf Photos
    Located approximately 2.5km SE of Llansanffraid Glan Conwy overlooking the estuary on an elevated W-facing site; accessed via a farm track leading S from the B 5381.
  53. II* Felin Isaf Mill
    Located below the A 496 on the W side at Pentrefelin; accessed via a short drive from an unclassified road leading W opposite Bont Newydd.
  54. II* Former Oat Kiln at Felin Isaf
    Located immediately to the N of the main and clover mills at Felin Isaf.
  55. II* Clover Mill
    Located below the A 496 on the W side at Pentrefelin; accessed via a short drive from an unclassified road leading W opposite Bont Newydd.
  56. II* Church of St Sannan Photos
    Within an irregularly shaped churchyard, set back from the N side of the A544 in the centre of the village of Llansannan.
  57. II* Plas Isaf
    Set back slightly from the SE side of the B5382 at the NE end of the small hamlet of Bryn Rhydyrarian.
  58. II* Parish Church of St. Cynfran
    Prominently sited in the centre of Llysfaen village at the main cross-roads; located on a commanding site within a circular, rubble-walled graveyard.
  59. II* Church of Saint John Photos
    On the corner of Station Road and Cliff Road.
  60. II* Gatehouse at Gilar, with attached courtyard walls
    Gilar lies to the S of Rhydlydan, approached by a farm road. The gatehouse is on the N side of the front walled court, with an axial path leading directly to the porch of the E house.
  61. II* Gilar
    The group of buildings at Gilar lies apart, to the S of the hamlet of Rhydlydan, and is reached by a minor farm road.
  62. II* Voelas
    Voelas Estate lies on the W edge of the community, W of Pentrefoelas. The house stands in its own parkland overlooking the picturesque narrow valley of the Afon Conwy.
  63. II* Church of St Trillo
    Prominently sited surmounting a mound, in a large grave-yard.
  64. II* Candy Mill with Miller's Cottage and Leat
    To east of the River Aberwheeler near Ty Draw farm, reached by a minor road from the A541. Leat from the river about 400 m to the north feeding a small pond to its east, the tailwater carried back to
  65. II* Church of St Tysilio
    At north side of the village of Bryneglwys, within a hilltop graveyard surrounded by a rubblestone wall; iron gates to south.
  66. II* Plas Newydd Photos
    Strikingly located on a rocky rise some 1.6km NW of Cefn Meiriadog village; located immediately W of the lane running NW from Cefn Meiriadog to Glascoed.
  67. II* Dolbelidr Photos
    Located in a picturesque setting on the S side of the river Elwy at the SE boundary of the community; accessed via a long track running N from Brynwgan farm, itself accessible via a track leading NE f
  68. II* Dolbelidr
    Located at the NE boundary of the community, approximately 1.2km NE of Trefnant village; sited on the SE side of the unclassified road from Trefnant to Tremeirchion, set back in its own grounds with a
  69. II* Wigfair Hall
    On a commanding site above the Elwy valley at the south-eastern edge of the community, approximately 2km SE of Cefn Meiriadog village; accessed via a tree-lined drive leading S from an unclassified la
  70. II* Ffynnon Fair
    Located in a picturesque setting in a field on the N bank of the river Elwy at the SE boundary of the community.
  71. II* Church of St Foddhyd Photos
    At the west side of the village of Clocaenog. Square churchyard with stone wall to front and to east side overlooking lower ground.
  72. II* Parish Church of St Mary Photos
    Located in the centre of the village on the western banks of the Afon Clywedog; sited within its own rubble-walled churchyard featuring several good C18 and C19 chest tombs.
  73. II* Farm outbuilding at Hengoed
    Between Bontuchel and Llanfwrog, about 200m N of bend in minor road. Aligned SW-NE facing farmhouse which is to SE.
  74. II* North Wales Hospital: Primary Range, including adjoining walled 'Airing Courts' to NW and SE
    Located within its own parkland setting approximately 1km S of Denbigh set back to the W of the lane.
  75. II* Denbigh Friary
    Situated at the lower (eastern) end of the town, at the foot of the hill; at the end of the lane, itself leading E off Rhyl Road.
  76. II* Bronyffynnon aka Hen Cartref
    Set back slightly from the street behind railed rubble forecourt walls.
  77. II* Capel Mawr including associated School-room and forecourt railings
    Prominently-sited on the corner with Beacon's Hill.
  78. II* Lon Swan Independent Chapel, including associated Hall, forecourt walls & railings
    Set back from the lane behind its own railed, walled forecourt.
  79. II* Swayne Johnson & Wight, Solicitors Offices
    Prominently-sited at the corner with Vale Street.
  80. II* Bull Hotel
    Prominently-sited on the corner with Park Street.
  81. II* The County Hall
    Prominently-sited at the E end of High Street.
  82. II* Bryn Celyn
    Set back from the road behind a curved, narrow forecourt bounded by a hedge.
  83. II* Royles Pharmacy, including adjoining ranges to the rear
    On the street-line.
  84. II* St Mary's Church
    Prominently located at the Lenten Pool roundabout, set back slightly behind low curving forecourt walls.
  85. II* ,1,Park Street,Denbigh,,CLWYD,LL16 3DB
    Located in the corner at the top of Park Street, adjoining the Bull Hotel.
  86. II* Bryn y Parc
    Towards the top of park Street immediately adjacent to No 1; fronting directly onto the road, but with enclosed grounds to NE.
  87. II* Former House of Thomas Gee, including decorative railings to raised terrace on R
    On the corner with Chapel Street.
  88. II* Y Gelli (formerly Grove House and also Ty Nant)
    Set back from the road behind a low-walled forecourt.
  89. II* Pierce's Memorial
    Within the Evan Pierce Memorial Garden, set back from the street opposite Somerfield's supermarket; the monument stands in a square, gravelled enclosure with stone kerbing (formerly railed).
  90. II* Gwaenynog
    Located approximately 1km SW of Denbigh within its own park, set back to the S of the road and accessed via its own drive.
  91. II* Lleweni Hall, including Stables to the NE
    Situated in its own grounds to the north-east of Denbigh, close to the boundary with Aberwheeler Community. Reached by long drives off the lane from Brookhouse to Waen and from the Mold Road.
  92. II* Carriage Yard to west of Lleweni Hall
    On elevated site to west of Lleweni Hall which is situated to the north-east of Denbigh and reached by long drives off the lane from Brookhouse to Waen and from the Mold Road.
  93. II* Plas Chambres, including adjoining forecourt and garden walls
    Located towards the western boundary of the community approximately 2km NW of Denbigh; on a sloping site, set back behind a series of ancilliary buildings at the cross-roads of the Denbigh to Trefnant
  94. II* Plas Clough
    Located approximately 1.2km N of Denbigh, set back to the W of the Denbigh-St Asaph road on a slight rise and set within its own park.
  95. II* Gwasg Gee Printing Works
    On the street-line, the main ranges enclosing a courtyard to the rear.
  96. II* Town Hall
    Prominently sited on the corner of the square with Crown Lane.
  97. II* Summerhouse in the garden of Grovehurst
    In the garden of Grovehurst.
  98. II* Secondary House at Plas Chambres
    Located immediately SE of the main house on the SW side of the cobbled former service court.
  99. II* Cross in churchyard of St Mary's Church
    Opposite the south porch of St Mary's Church.
  100. II* Parish Church of St Michael and All Angels
    Located in the village centre within its own rubble-walled churchyard.
  101. II* Plas-yn-Llan
    Set back on the W side of the main village street behind a walled forecourt, at the southern edge of the village group.
  102. II* Gatepiers and associated Forecourt Walls at Plas-yn-Llan
    Enclosing a forecourt in front of Plas-yn-Llan and facing the main village street to the W.
  103. II* Pool Park
    Located at the W boundary of the community, approximately 5km SW of Ruthin; accessed via a long drive running westwards from the road by a lodge.
  104. II* Primary House at Pwll Callod
    Located on a rise approximately 800m SE of Pwll-Glas towards the SE boundary of the community. Accessed from the main road via a track running E. The house is sited on a revetted platform above the f
  105. II* Foxhall including adjoining Garden and Yard Walls to the SE and SW
    Located within its own grounds approximately 1.5 km SE of Henllan; accessed via a long track running W from the Denbigh to Henllan road.
  106. II* Garn Photos
    Located within its own park at the NW boundary of the community, approximately 1km N of Henllan village; accessed via a drive running N from the road.
  107. II* Plas Heaton
    Located within its own park on an elevated site at the northern boundary of the community; accessed via a lodged and gated drive running S from the road.
  108. II* Parish Church of St Sadwrn including adjacent Cross Shaft Photos
    Located at the western perimeter of the village within its own walled churchyard.
  109. II* Detached Belfry Tower at the Church of St Sadwrn Photos
    Prominently-sited at the cross-roads, at the NE boundary of the churchyard.
  110. II* Old Rectory
    Set in its own grounds approximately 0.5km NW of Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd, with drive entrance close to a bend on the road.
  111. II* Church of St Peter Photos
    At the junction of the A494 and the B 5429, set within its own walled churchyard.
  112. II* Churchyard Cross Shaft at St Meugan's Church
    Located in the churchyard, to the S of the church.
  113. II* Bodidris
    Approximately 2 km NE of Llandegla, at the end of a narrow lane leading N from the A 5104, occupying a commanding hillside position with a walled garden to north and listed estate buildings to south-w
  114. II* Plas Ashpool
    To the east side of the B5429, about 2km north of Llandyrnog village; farm buildings to north-west side.
  115. II* Church of St Tyrnog Photos
    In village of Llandyrnog, in a graveyard which now extends beyond a lane to the east; part lost to road widening at west. Stone churchyard wall with steps up at west; war memorial and sundial within t
  116. II* Church of St. Cwyfan
    In a square churchyard 1.5 km north-east of St Tyrnog's Church. Stone churchyard wall with iron gate at south; modern copy of stocks in an enclosure with iron railings beside the gate; formerly a vill
  117. II* Glan-y-wern Hall Photos
    1 km north-west of Llandyrnog village, in parkland to north of the Waen to Denbigh road.
  118. II* Derwen Hall
    2 km east of Derwen church.
  119. II* Church of St Elidan Photos
    1 km south of Nantclwyd Hall, in a stone-walled churchyard with iron gate and steps to south; also entered at north by a late-C19 timber-framed lychgate. War memorial cross at west.
  120. II* Nantclwyd Hall
    1 km north of Llanelidan chuch and 200 m east of the A494 Bala to Ruthin road, in the parkland of the C17 house re-landscaped in the C20.
  121. II* Plas-uchaf
    Reached by a minor road and a private drive about 3 km south-south-west of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd.
  122. II* Church of St Cynfarch and St Mary
    East side of the village of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd in a walled churchyard with the stump of a preaching cross; Church House and lychgate to south; iron gates to west.
  123. II* Jesus Chapel
    Close to the house named Capel-y-gloch, on the east side of the A525 Wrexham Road, 1½km south of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd.
  124. II* Garthgynan
    Reached by a minor road, about 1km east of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd.
  125. II* Garthgynan Mill
    250 metres south-west of Garthgynon farmhouse, to the west side of the Dwr Ial stream.
  126. II* Garden Walls with Privy, Pavilion and Cottage at Garthgynan
    To south side of Garthgynan farmhouse
  127. II* Stables at Garthgynan
    West of Garthgynan farmhouse, across farm track.
  128. II* Plas Newydd Photos
    Set in its own grounds at the top of a secluded glen on the SE edge of the town. Topiary along front wall. Today the main gated entry is near the junction with Bache Mill Road.
  129. II* T-Shaped Range to rear of Pengwern Hall (including Vaulted Undercroft)
    Attached at right angles to rear of Pengwern Hall at SW end; reached up a track N off the lane through Pengwern Vale, SE of Llangollen.
  130. II* Tyn-Dwr
    Set in its own grounds to SE of Llangollen; tree lined drive.
  131. II* Bryn Dethol
    Situated on hillside south of A5 road, about 2.5 km east of Llangollen, and approached up a steep track through former farmyard.
  132. II* Church of St Hychan Photos
    At the west side of the B5429, north of the turning to Pont Llanychan. The churchyard is rounded at the north but is otherwise square.
  133. II* Plas-draw
    Set back on the east side of the minor road from Llangynhafal to Hirwaen (in Llanbedr).
  134. II* Llanrhaeadr Hall
    Located approximately 750m E of Llanrhaeadr village and set within its own grounds; accessed via a long, tree-lined and gated drive running NE from the road.
  135. II* Llantysilio Hall Photos
    The house is set in 4ha of grounds above the River Dee, NW of Llantysilio Church, on the road from Pentrefelin to Rhewl. It is in the historic township of Maes-yr-ychain and is reached by a driveway
  136. II* Church of St Tysilio Photos
    The church stands in a very picturesque location set in a walled churchyard above the River Dee and below the road to Rhewl, c3km W of Llangollen.
  137. II* Plas-uchaf
    The house is set at the head of a narrow valley, on the mountain road to Minera.
  138. II* Pont Rhyd-y-Cilgwyn
    Spanning the river Clywedog immediately W of the main road in the village centre.
  139. II* Bachymbyd Fawr
    Located approximately 200m SW of the main road on the western slopes of the Vale of Clwyd; accessed via a farm lane.
  140. II* Barn at Pant Glas Isaf
    Located towards the southern boundary of the community immediately to the N of the present farmhouse; accessed via a short track running W from a lane leading SW from the A 525.
  141. II* Caer'afallen
    Located off the W side of an unclassified lane which runs from the NE corner of Ruthin towards Hirwaen.
  142. II* Gorphwysfa (former Conservative Club)
    Located in a block of buildings fronting Castle Street
  143. II* 20-21 Castle Street
    In a block of buildings fronting Castle Street, close to the entrance to Ruthin Castle.
  144. II* Ty Cerrig Photos
    Fronting the lane, which leads S off the B5105 opposite the Church of St Mwrog.
  145. II* No.51 Clwyd Street (Formerly Royal Oak P.h.),,,,,clwyd, Photos
    Located towards the lower end of Clwyd Street.
  146. II* Porth
    At the lower end of the street, nearly opposite the former gaol.
  147. II* Hendy Photos
    In a block of buildings towards the lower part of the street.
  148. II* The Old Gaol Photos
    Located at the bottom of Clwyd Street on the E side of Pont Howkin.
  149. II* Curtain Wall to the Old Gaol including Laundry Block
    Located at the bottom of Clwyd Street on the E side of Pont Howkin and the River Clwyd.
  150. II* Church of St Mwrog Photos
    In a prominent raised position in the centre of the village, the B5105 curving around it.
  151. II* Ruthin Library Photos
    Set back slightly from the road, towards the E end of Record Street.
  152. II* Rose Cottage
    Located on the E corner of Rhos Street and Haulfryn.
  153. II* Churchyard Gates
    Located off the N side of St Peter's Square, to the R of the Post-office, and forming the main entrance to the church.
  154. II* The Old Cloisters
    Adjoining the N side of the Church of St Peter, the entrance to the E.
  155. II* The Church House (Old Grammar School)
    Facing S into the Churchyard, with School Road to the N.
  156. II* National Westminster Bank
    A free-standing building towards the S end of St Peter's Square. In a prominent location.
  157. II* Castle Hotel Photos
    Facing W into the Square, opposite the junction with Clwyd Street. In a prominent location.
  158. II* Seven Eyes Photos
    Facing W into St Peter's Square and adjoining the L side of the Castle Hotel.
  159. II* Pendref Chapel including forecourt walls & railings
    Set back from the road behind forecourt walls & railings, towards the top of the hill
  160. II* Ruthin Castle Hotel
    Built over the SW part of Ruthin Castle. In a raised position at the S end of the town, the entrance drive continuing S from Castle Street.
  161. II* Clwyd Bank Photos
    Located towards the lower part of the street
  162. II* Ty Gwyn Photos
    Located in Llanfwrog village, approximately 200m SW of the church.
  163. II* Walls of former Lord's Garden at rear of Nantclwyd House
    Located to the W of the garden to Nantclywd House, and extending behind the gardens of properties down Castle Street. At the S end, it retains a footpath (the Cunning Green) which runs around the grou
  164. II* Perthewig
    Set in fields approximately 1.5km E of Trefnant village, within a farm group and set back behind cock-and-hen coped rubble forecourt walls; accessed via a long, unmetalled track running W from the roa
  165. II* No 1 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnant village; accessed via a long drive running NE from the A 525 St. Asaph to Denbigh Road.
  166. II* Holy Trinity Church Photos
    Located at the south-western edge of the village, set back within its churchyard to the NW of the Henllan to Trefnant Road.
  167. II* No 2 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnant village; accessed via a long drive running NE from the A 525 St. Asaph to Denbigh road.
  168. II* No 3 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnant village; accessed via a long drive running NE from the A 525 St. Asaph to Denbigh road.
  169. II* No 4 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnant village; accessed via a long drive running NE from the A 525 St. Asaph to Denbigh road.
  170. II* No 5 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnant village; accessed via a long drive running NE from the A 525 St. Asaph to Denbigh road.
  171. II* No 6 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnant village; accessed via a long drive running NE from the A 525 St. Asaph to Denbigh road.
  172. II* No 7 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnant village; accessed via a long drive running NE from the A 525 St. Asaph to Denbigh road.
  173. II* No 8 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnant village; accessed via a long drive running NE from the A 525 St. Asaph to Denbigh road.
  174. II* No 9 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnant village; accessed via a long drive running NE from the A 525 St. Asaph to Denbigh road.
  175. II* No 10 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnant village; accessed via a long drive running NE from the A 525 St. Asaph to Denbigh road.
  176. II* No 11 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnant village; accessed via a long drive running NE from the A 525 St. Asaph to Denbigh road.
  177. II* No 12 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnant village; accessed via a long drive running NE from the A 525 St. Asaph to Denbigh road.
  178. II* No 13 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnant village; accessed via a long drive running NE from the A 525 St. Asaph to Denbigh road.
  179. II* Penbedw Uchaf, including attached garden wall
    Approximately 1.5km SW of Nannerch village, reached by farm road on the S side of a minor road between Nannerch and Llandyrnog. The house faces S with farm buildings to the N, pond to the S and orchar
  180. II* Walgoch
    Approximately 0.7km SW of Nannerch village on the S side of a minor road between Nannerch and Llandyrnog.
  181. II* Railway Viaduct over River Dee Photos
    Carries the railway over the River Dee between Newbridge and Cefn-Bychan
  182. II* Cefn (Newbridge) Viaduct (partly in Cefn Community) Photos
    The viaduct carries the railway across the wide valley of the River Dee between Newbridge and Cefn-bychan,
  183. II* Dolwen Photos
    Located off a lane which runs W from the main crossroads in Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog, following the River Ceiriog. The house is in a fine position on the N bank of the river with the hills rising be
  184. II* Brynkinallt Hall
    The Brynkinallt Estate lies to the E of Chirk town, and straddles the national boundary.
  185. II* Queen Anne's Cottage
    The cottage is located within Whitehurst Gardens, which are accessed directly from the A5 200m N of the roundabout at the N end of Chirk.
  186. II* War Memorial Photos
    The war memorial is set on a traffic island at the junction of Station Avenue with Church Street, near the centre of Chirk
  187. II* Chirk Tunnel, including the N and S Portals, and Chirk Basin. Photos
    The Chirk tunnel continues the canal N from Chirk basin at the N end of the aqueduct, and is reached by a path from Castle Road.
  188. II* Stable Ranges
    The stables adjoin the castle to the S, forming two sides of the service courtyard
  189. II* Manley Hall
    Situated 600m NW of Erbistock reached from a track running SE off the A539.
  190. II* Dovecote at Erbistock Hall
    Situated SE of Erbistock Hall which is 1.5 km N of Erbistock.
  191. II* Manor Farmhouse (Also Known As Eyton Manor Farmhouse)
    Situated on the W side of the A528 N of Overton Bridge.
  192. II* Esclusham Hall
    Between the B5097 and the B5426 at Talwrn, S of the reservoir associated with the Legacy Waterworks.
  193. II* Octagonal Building at Bersham Ironworks Site
    In the centre of Bersham Village, towards the E end of the Ironworks site.
  194. II* Hafod-y-Bwch Hall
    Between the A483 and the B5605, and approached via a drive from the B5605 immediately W of the roundabout at Croesfoel.
  195. II* Esless Hall
    Set back down a drive on the NE side of the Old Hall Farm estate on the E side of Rhostyllen, and above the River Clywedog.
  196. II* Single Storeyed Building to SE of Octagonal Building at Bersham Ironworks Site.
    In the centre of Bersham Village, towards the E end of the Ironworks site.
  197. II* Church of Saint Mary
    In a wooded churchyard on the W side of Bersham village.
  198. II* Bersham Colliery No 2 Headframe Photos
    On the SE side of the lane which leaves Wrexham Road opposite Church Street towards the W end of Rhostyllen.
  199. II* Ceiriog Memorial Institute including retaining wall and railings Photos
    Located towards the S end of the High Street. The ground rises to the W and the building is slightly raised above road level.
  200. II* Lower Berse Farmhouse
    Down a drive off Berse Lane, near its junction with the A525 Wrexham-Ruthin Road.
  201. II* Tomb of Elihu Yale, west of Church of St Giles
    West of the tower of Saint Giles' church.
  202. II* St. Giles' Churchyard Gates Photos
    Main entrance gates to churchyard, on principal alignment of NW door to church and Church Street, with side arches over College Row and Temple Row.
  203. II* No 7, Church Street (W Side),,,,,clwyd, Photos
    Situated on west side of Church Street, in a prominent position on approach to the church.
  204. II* Croesnewydd Hall
    In Wrexham Technology Park, S of the junction of Rhyd Broughton Lane and Watery Lane.
  205. II* No.7 Town Hill (S Side),,,,,clwyd, Photos
    Part of a continuously built up building line on the S side of the street, the burgages stretching back towards College Street to the rear.
  206. II* ,8,church Street,,,clwyd,
    Situated on west side of Church Street, in a prominent position on approach to the church.
  207. II* No 9, Church Street (W Side),,,,,clwyd, Photos
    Situated on west side of Church Street, in a prominent position on approach to the church.
  208. II* No 10, Church Street (W Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Situated on west side of Church Street, in a prominent position on approach to the church.
  209. II* Wynn Hall Photos
    On the corner of the B5097 Ruabon road and Plas Bennion Road, at the SE end of the village.
  210. II* Miners' Institute
    An imposing public building above street level, up steps in a railed forecourt.
  211. II* Trevalyn Hall (including former lodge)
    Situated in its own grounds set back, and to the south-east, of the Chester Road (B5102)
  212. II* Rossett Mill Photos
    Situated slightly back from the north-west of the B 5102 Chester Road and to the north of the main village of Rossett. Stands in its own grounds with new stable developments to the rear south of the A
  213. II* Plas Newydd
    Situated off Pont Adam to the NW of the town centre.
  214. II* Wynnstay Hall Photos
    Set in an important landscaped park 1.3 km SE of Ruabon and reached by a private drive running S from Broth Lodge on A539.
  215. II* The Bath House Wynnstay
    Situated within Wynnstay Park, 450m S of Ruabon in Bathground Wood. Reached from a drive running S off the slip road to the A539 E bound off the A483 at Ruabon.
  216. II* Wynnstay Kennels (Including Valeting House and Attached Courtyard Buildings and Boundary Walls)
    Situated 2.5km E of Ruabon reached from a track running W off the by-road to Pen-y-Lan off the A539; on the edge of The Drive Wood.
  217. II* Vertical Winding Engine House at the Former Wynnstay Colliery
    Situated 1km SW of Ruabon at the former Wynnstay Colliery.
  218. II* The Dairy at Wynnstay Hall
    Situated 200m E of Wynnstay Hall.
  219. II* Wynnstay Column
    Situated near the eastern edge of Bathground Wood, 500m NW of Wynnstay Hall.
  220. II* Cascade
    Remotely sited within Wynnstay Park; in Bathground Wood 230m east of Wynnstay Column.
  221. II* Plas yn y pentre Photos
    Situated in the Vale of Llangollen on by-road between Trevor and Trevor Uchaf, approximately 1km SW of Pont Cysylltau.
  222. II* Henblas
    Just south of the River Tanat, about 1½ km west of Pont Llangedwyn.
  223. II* Plas-uchaf
    In private grounds to the north of the B4396 about 1 km west of Llangedwyn Hall.
  224. II* Henfache
    To the north of the farmyard of Henfache, about 1 km north of the village of Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant.
  225. II* Church of St Dogfan Photos
    In the village of Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, in a large churchyard now principally entered by a C20 lychgate at north; stone churchyard wall and railings. Gates at west and south.
  226. II* Lloran Ucha
    Llansilin
  227. II* Glascoed
    At east of farmyard, about 1 km south-east of the village of Llansilin.
  228. II* Hafod
    Reached by a short lane to the north of the Rhiwlas to Rhydycroesau road.
  229. II* Ty-newydd
    To east of farm buildings, 1 km south of the village of Llansilin.
  230. II* Tyddyn Cynar
    Reached by a track to the south of the minor road from Llangadwaladr to Rhydycroesau.
  231. II* Pen-y-bryn
    To west of farm buildings, 1 km south-west of the village of Llansilin.
  232. II* Berse Vicarage with Flanking Walls to Garden
    Set back from Berse Road down a drive opposite Berse Drelincourt Church.
  233. II* Former Agent's House at site of Brymbo Ironworks
    On the hillside to the S of the old ironworks site at Brymbo, adjacent to the rail line to Brymbo Colliery. Access by track and then steps from the main level of the ironworks.
  234. II* Pen-Rhos Engine House
    On the N side of the road running on the W side of the former Steel Works site, W of Pen-Rhos Farm.
  235. II* Borras Head
    Situated to the S of Borras Road, just before the turning for the by-road which runs from the A534 to Gresford.
  236. II* Borras Hall
    Situated 0.5km N off the A534 on the by-road which runs N to Gresford.
  237. II* Holt Castle
    Situated at the end of a path to the S side of Deeside. The castle remains are situated on a sandstone boss around which a quarry was later dug out.
  238. II* Stable Courtyard Range
    Situated immediately to the S of the kitchen block at Erddig.
  239. II* Church of SS Marcella and Deiniol
    Situated in the centre of the village set back from the road in a rectangular churchyard.
  240. II* Bryn-y-Grog Hall
    Situated c1km NW of Marchwiel in open countryside above the main road from Marchwiel to Wrexham.
  241. II* Kitchen and attached laundries, bakehouse and scullery at Erddig
    Situated immediately to the S of Erddig and attached to the house by a late C19 linking block.
  242. II* Screen and gates closing the formal garden at Erddig
    Situated at the far end of the ornamental canal in the formal garden to the E of Erddig.
  243. II* Cup and Saucer
    Situated c0.2m NW of Erddig to the W of the carriage drive.

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