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Grade I Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Flintshire

  1. I Bodrhyddan Hall
    Set in parkland approx. lkm east of Rhuddlan.
  2. I Rhuddlan Castle Photos
    Prominently sited on the east bank of the River Clwyd to the SE of the town.
  3. I Cathedral Church of st. Asaph Photos
    At the top of the hill, dominating the views of the city from the W.
  4. I Church of St Mary
    Situated in an oval churchyard close to the centre of the village.
  5. I Flint Castle including Revetment Wall of Ditch
    To NE of town centre overlooking estuary of River Dee.
  6. I Rhual (including attached wall to the North side)
    Reached from a drive which runs N off the Mold/Gwernaffield by-road.
  7. I Church of St Mary Photos
    In a walled churchyard at the N end of Halkyn and opposite the Old School.
  8. I St Deiniols Ash
    Set back from the road on the W side in its own gardens.
  9. I Hawarden Castle (New)
    Set in its own park, to the E of the Old Castle, and with formalised gardens to the S.
  10. I Ewloe Castle Photos
  11. I Hawarden Castle (Old)
  12. I St Deiniol's Library Photos
    Set back from the road in its own walled grounds.
  13. I St. Winifrides's Chapel & Well Photos
    Immediately below the Parish Church. The steeply sloping site is used to best advantage by placing the chapel over the well.
  14. I Basingwerk Abbey
    Near the N end of the Greenfield Valley.
  15. I Plas Teg
    Prominently-sited, set-back from the main Wrexham to Mold road towards the NW border of the community and set into the gentle slope of the hill; accessed from the road via a pair of gated, sweeping dr
  16. I Church of St Cyngar
    Prominently-sited on a raised circular Celtic Llan in the centre of the village.
  17. I Caergwrle Castle
    Strikingly-sited on a high natural hilltop site in the centre of Caergwrle; accessed via a path leading from the main road.
  18. I Fferm Farmhouse
    Situated on the N side of the A541, approx. 0.25km to the E of Pontblyddyn.
  19. I White Gates, Screens and Piers NW of Leeswood Hall Photos
    Situated on the N side of the by-road between Mold and Leeswood Village, situated at the terminus of axis of the landscaped avenue which slopes downhill from the NW fa├žade of Leeswood Hall.
  20. I Golden Grove
    In its own grounds on the N side of minor road between Llanasa and Gwaenysgor.
  21. I Henblas
    Approximately 100m NW of Llanasa church, on the S side of the Llanasa to Gwespyr road, set back from road behind a high forecourt wall.
  22. I Parish Church in St Mary Photos
    In a spacious churchyard on high ground at upper end of the High Street.
  23. I Porth Mawr, Mostyn Hall
    To the SW of Mostyn Hall.
  24. I Mostyn Hall
    Surrounded by gardens and parkland and approached from the S driveway. The former gatehouse, Porth Mawr, is to the SW and a complex of farm buildings to the W.
  25. I Pentrehobyn Photos
    Set in own grounds south-east of Mold and reached along short drive.
  26. I Nerquis Hall
    To the E of a subsidiary road leading from Mold to Treuddyn, approached via a tree-lined drive and facing a large forecourt.
  27. I The Tower
    Situated in its own park off the main N-S road from Mold by-passing the village.
  28. I Llettau at Pentrehobyn
    Linked to the east side of Pentrehobyn House by a short screen wall.
  29. I Church of St Eurgain and St Peter Photos
    Prominently sited in the village at the corner of Church Road and Northop Road.
  30. I Church of St Beuno and St Mary
    Located NW of the cross-roads in the centre of Whitford Village, and approached by lychgates to the S and E.
  31. I Bangor Bridge (Partly in the Sesswick community)
    Situated at the end of the High Street crossing the River Dee.
  32. I Halghton Hall
    Reached by a minor road and farm road on the S side of the A525, 4km SE of Bangor-is-y-coed.
  33. I Parish Church of St Deiniol
    Located to the west of the centre of the village, a short distance along Church Road, within a walled graveyard. Fine views of the church across open meadows on the approach to the village from the s

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