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Grade II* Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Flintshire

  1. II* Knolton Hall
    On the western edge of the Community, approached by a drive which leaves the main road at the top of Barton’s Bank.
  2. II* The Ashes Farmhouse
    Reached by farm road on the NE side of a minor road between Breaden Heath and Penley, approximately 1.9km NW of Bettisfield church.
  3. II* Church of St John
    Threapwood, Cheshire West and Chester, SY14
  4. II* Faenol Fawr
    500m W of the Bodelwyddan to Rhuddlan road, near NW corner of Ysbyty Glan Clwyd.
  5. II* Faenol-bach with Domestic Boundary Walls
    To S side of an unclassified road from Terfyn to Glan-y-morfa, 1km N of Bodelwyddan School. Domestic site separated from farmyard by a low wall; wall also at entrance
  6. II* Church of St Margaret (The Marble Church) Photos
    At N side of the former St Asaph road now bypassed by the adjacent A55. Low perimeter wall separately listed.
  7. II* Gwernigron Dovecote
    In Gwernigron farmyard.
  8. II* Bodelwyddan Castle
    Conspicuously site on rising ground 4km W of St Asaph and 1km S of Bodelwyddan Village, in extensive private grounds enclosed within a perimeter park wall.
  9. II* Bodelwyddan Castle Ice House
    200m NW of Bodelwyddan Castle and 50m NE of Mine Cottage (in area of car parks).
  10. II* Pen-isa'r-Glascoed Farmhouse with Garden Wall and Gate
  11. II* Faenol Fawr Dovecote
    Attached to rear wing of Faenol Fawr.
  12. II* Church of St Stephen Photos
    At the centre of Bodfari Village, approached by a lychgate and long flight of steps. The orientation of the church is north east, but conventional orientation is assumed in this description. Stone chu
  13. II* Church of Saints Mael and Sulien
    In the village of Cwm, 0.5 km east of the Cwm (Dyserth to Rhuallt) road. Stone churchyard wall with gate at west. The Vicarage site encroaches on the churchyard at south, and shares the roadside wall.
  14. II* Pentre Cwm
    At the fork of the Cwm Road and the minor road to Marian Cwm, near the southern fringe of the village of Dyserth. Terracing and retaining walls of site much altered in recent restorations. Former farm
  15. II* Plas-is-llan
    About 1 km west of Cwm Parish Church. The house faces south to a small stone-walled forecourt, and is flanked by its barns
  16. II* Pwllhalog farmhouse
    To the south-east corner of Pwllhalog farmstead, about 2 km east of Cwm Parish Church; the house is within a stone-walled enclosure.
  17. II* Terfyn Farmhouse
    About 2 km north-east of Cwm Parish Church
  18. II* Hooded tomb in the churchyard of Saints Mael and Sulien Photos
    Adjacent to the south wall of the St Mael & St Sulien's church.
  19. II* Dyserth Hall
    At the corner of Ffordd Talargoch and Dyserth Road. Stone-walled forecourt with iron gate and rails; stone-walled drive from road. Garden to S and W, farmyard (now converted to domestic units) to N.
  20. II* Church of St Bridget Photos
    At the centre of the village of Dyserth, within a large churchyard. Stone churchyard wall with triangular coping; steel gates to west, north and south.
  21. II* Tomb group in St Bridget's Churchyard Photos
    About 10 m south-east of the chancel of Dyserth Church.
  22. II* Clive Engine House, Talargoch Mine Photos
    About 50 m east of the A457 Dyserth to Prestatyn road, south of the Graig Park hotel and country club.
  23. II* Old Stable Block and Bodidris Cottage to South-west of Bodidris
    Some 100m SW of Bodidris, forming the E side of a courtyard group, bounded to the north by a range which includes Laundry Cottage, Gardener's Cottage and the Barn; to the west by the Bothy and shelter
  24. II* Church of St Melyd Photos
    In the village of Meliden, at the north junction of Ffordd Talargoch with Meliden Road.
  25. II* Gatepiers of former entrance to Bodwyddan Hall
    Set into the boundary wall at the N side of Ffordd Ffranc (the Dyserth Road), on the boundary with the community of Dyserth. Aligned with the centre of the S elevation of Bodrhyddan Hall.
  26. II* Church of Saint Mary Photos
    Set back behind Church Street, and prominently sited above the river.
  27. II* Rhuddlan Bridge Photos
    Spans the river Clwyd to form the only access to the town from the W.
  28. II* Saint Mary's Well
    In wooded gardens approx. 80 metres W of Bodrhyddan Hall.
  29. II* Main Barn at Abbey Farm
    On the southern edge of Rhuddlan, close to the east bank of the River Clwyd.
  30. II* Cowhouse at Abbey Farm
    On the southern edge of Rhuddlan, close to the east bank of the River Clwyd.
  31. II* Workshop Range at Abbey Farm
    On the southern edge of Rhuddlan close to the E bank of the River Clwyd. The buildings form the W range of the farmyard.
  32. II* Parish Church of St Thomas Photos
    Prominently sited on the corner with Bath Street.
  33. II* St. Asaph
    Spanning the River Elwy.
  34. II* St. Kentigern & St. Asaph Parish Church
    Set back at the bottom of the street in irregularly shaped churchyard.
  35. II* The Old Palace
    Situated below the Cathedral to E on sloping site. Reached by drive near the bottom of the High Street; wooded grounds to W
  36. II* Esgobty Farmhouse
    To SW of the cathedral, reached down farm road with farmyard to E; on sloping ground.
  37. II* Brynbella
    To south west of Tremeirchion village in extensive private grounds. Approach at east side, landscaped park and garden terracing at west side.
  38. II* Bach-y-graig Farmhouse
    About 2 km south-west of Tremerchion Parish Church. Bachygraig is approached from the Denbigh side by a private lane starting at Pont-y-Cambwll. Older farmyard buildings at left, terraced lawn at fron
  39. II* Henblas Hall
    At west side of the B5429 Tremeirchion to Bodfari Road, 1 km south of Tremeirchion Parish Church
  40. II* Church of Corpus Christi (Holy Trinity)
    In the village of Tremeirchion. The churchyard (extended 1864) is walled in similar stone without coping; gate to west, lychgate to south; war memorial to west.
  41. II* Bach-y-graig South East Farm Range
    In the farmyard of Bach-y-graig
  42. II* St Beuno's College
    On high ground to the east of the B5249 Cwm to Bodfari road
  43. II* Bodeugan Farmhouse
    2 km east of St Asaph, about 100 m south of the A55, reached by a lane west of the Rhuddlan/Trefnant minor road.
  44. II* Dovecote at Bodeugan Farm
    In field to west of Bodeugan farmstead
  45. II* Church of St Mary
    In the angle between Church Road and Chester Road (A5104), to the E of a large roundabout. Set in a large rectangular churchyard retaining some original boundary walling, the NW wall replaced when the
  46. II* St Matthew's Church Photos
    Situated in a churchyard off the E side of Church Road in the NE part of Buckley.
  47. II* Church of St Michael Photos
    At the centre of a large square churchyard on the SW side of the town, with the main entrance from Pen y Cefn Road.
  48. II* Maes-y-coed Farmhouse
    Reached down a short farm road on the S side of the A541, just W of the junction of the A541 and B5122.
  49. II* Old Court
    Fronting the road approximately 40m E of the junction with North and South Streets.
  50. II* Brithdir Mawr
    Situated 2.5 km SW of Cilcain, reached from a minor road running W off the by road to Cilcain from Loggerheads.
  51. II* Church of St John
    Situated in the churchyard close to the centre of the village
  52. II* Top y Fron Hall
    Located off the E side of the lane at the top of the hill.
  53. II* Coed-y-cra Uchaf
    On the NE side of the A55 and reached by minor road from the W side by a bridge across the main road.
  54. II* Maes-y-Groes Bella
    Situated set back from the road 2.2 km SE of Cilcain, reached from the by road between Loggerheads and Cilcain.
  55. II* Garden walls and pavillions at Rhual (including attached walls and Gatepiers to the drive entrance)
    Reached from a drive which runs N off the Mold/Gwernaffield by-road.
  56. II* U-Shaped Agricultural Range to the west of Fron Hall
    Located to the W of Fron Hall, on raised ground and behind an overgrown cobbled courtyard.
  57. II* Gwysaney Photos
    In extensive grounds on the N side of Mold and reached by private drive on the N side of the A541.
  58. II* Halkyn Castle and attached Stable Block
    In extensive grounds approximately 300m S of Halkyn Church.
  59. II* Parish Church of St Deinol Photos
    Situated at the end of Church Lane within a walled churchyard.
  60. II* The Correction House
  61. II* Aston Hall
    Situated off the road in its own walled grounds.
  62. II* Parish Church of St. James Photos
    Immediately above and to E of St Winefride's Well Chapel; churchyard to S. Also reached from the lower end of Well Street.
  63. II* Holywell Junction Railway Station
    Situated at the far end of the road on the SW side of the coastal railway.
  64. II* Agricultural Range to south side of the Framyard at the Grange
    The Grange farmhouse is situated at the top end of the lane, reached S from the Holyway area. This building is to SW of the modern farmhouse; faces N.
  65. II* Plas-yn-Bwl
    Located at the southern edge of Caergwrle village on an elevated site above the A 541 (Wrexham Road); situated at the end of the lane partly behind low rubble forecourt walls.
  66. II* Pack Horse Bridge
    Spanning the River Alyn in the centre of Caergwrle village, at the end of Fellows Lane.
  67. II* Rhydyn Hall
    Overloking the the river Alyn to the E, on the line of Wat's Dyke, approximately 0.5km E of Caergwrle village centre; accessed via an unmetalled lane running S from the road.
  68. II* Gazebo at Plas Teg
    Immediately E of Plas Teg.
  69. II* The Brewhouse at Fferm Farmhouse
    Situated at the end of the driveway leading to Fferm Farmhouse, to the N sice of the A541 and immediately adjacent to Fferm Farmhouse.
  70. II* Leeswood Green Farm
    Situated at the end of a track off the main road, Oak Drive, which runs through Coedllai Leeswood.
  71. II* Hartsheath Hall
    Situated in a fine nineteenth century landscape park to the N side of the A541 approximately 0.5 km to the E of Pontblyddyn.
  72. II* Coach-house and Stables to NE of Hartsheath
    Situated in the landscape park, at end of track to NE of Hartsheath Hall.
  73. II* Leeswood Hall Photos
    Situated on the crest of hill close to the by-road from Mold to Leeswood village. Set in an exceptional early C18 landscape park.
  74. II* Pair of Lodges flanking N driveway to Leeswood Hall Photos
    Situated facing each other across wide forecourt, linked by late C20 iron work railings. Disused N driveway to Leeswood Hall runs from lodges across meadow to S.
  75. II* Church of SS Asaph and Kentigern Photos
    In the centre of Llanasa surrounded by a walled churchyard.
  76. II* Pentre Farmhouse
    Approximately 0.2km S of the Gronant village, reached by farm road from the centre of the village.
  77. II* Orchard Wall at Berthymaen Farm
    On the SE side of the farmhouse and on the opposite side of the road.
  78. II* Talacre Abbey Photos
    In its own grounds E of Gronant village, on an elevated site overlooking the Dee Estuary to the N.
  79. II* Riding school & stable at Talacre Abbey
    To the SW of the house and set into the bank of the main approach road.
  80. II* Banqueting House in Walled Garden at Talacre Abbey
    Within the E wall of the walled garden W of the house.
  81. II* Grotto adjoining Folly Tower at Talacre Abbey
    In woodland on the SE side of the house, and S of the Folly Tower.
  82. II* Home Farm at Talacre Abbey Photos
    On the N side of a track leading from the end of Abbey Drive in Gronant to Talacre Abbey, and approximately 350m SW of the house.
  83. II* Berthymaen
    On the W side of a minor road on the NE side of Trelogan.
  84. II* Bryn Iorcyn Manor
    Situated c1km NE of Cymau at the head of a drive running W from Bryn Yorkin Road.
  85. II* Trimley Hall
    Situated c1km NW of Ffrith, reached from a series of by-roads running W from the B5101.
  86. II* Bethesda Welsh Presbyterian Chapel and Schoolroom Photos
    Set back from the street behind railed forecourt on corner of entry to Ambrose Lloyd car park from New Street.
  87. II* Drybridge Lodge Photos
    Built above a minor road between Rhewl Mostyn and Tre-Mostyn to the S of Mostyn Hall at the end of a long drive, now a footpath, from Pennsylvania Lodge in Whitford.
  88. II* Stokyn Hall
  89. II* Dovecote and adjoining range at Mostyn Hall
    Forming the SE boundary of the farmyard and at right-angles to Porth Mawr.
  90. II* South-west Farm Building at Mostyn Hall Farm
    Along the SW side of the farmyard at Mostyn Hall, and at right-angles to the dovecote.
  91. II* North-east Barn at Mostyn Hall Farm with adjoining stable range and flanking wall
    Forms the NE range of the large farmyard, and in staggered alignment with Porth Mawr, bounding the hall gardens on their SW side.
  92. II* North-west Range at Mostyn Hall Farm
    Forms the NW boundary of the main yard at Mostyn Farm.
  93. II* Church of St Michael and All Angels Photos
    At the northern end of the village set back from the road.
  94. II* St Mary's Parish Church
    Situated near the village cross-roads on a slight rise and set in its own churchyard.
  95. II* Black Gates & Screens at Entrance to the Tower
    Located on the W side of the main Mold-Nercwys road, slightly set back and at right angles with it.
  96. II* Barn at Nequis Hall Estate
    Located at the E side of the service court.
  97. II* Soughton Hall
    Reached by the S driveway, a formal tree-lined avenue, and set in parkland.
  98. II* Garden Walls, Corner Turrets, Gates and Gate Piers at Soughton Hall
    The walled gardens surround all 4 sides of Soughton Hall; the entrance gates are to the S.
  99. II* Stable Block at Soughton Hall
    In a tree-lined enclosure to the SW of the house and facing N. The coach house range is attached at the NW corner.
  100. II* Coach-house Range at Soughton Hall
    In a tree-lined enclosure to the SW of the house and attached to the stable block at the SE corner. Tall rubble retaining wall to N, beyond which are formal gardens.
  101. II* Parkgate Farm Farmhouse and attached Shippon
    On the S edge of Northop and on a triangular site bound by roads. Reached by a narrow by-road which cuts off the NE angle of the triangle. The farmhouse faces E with shippon to N.
  102. II* Plymouth House and adjoining Coach-house
    Near the E end of the High Street, approx 70m from the junction with Northop Road. Set back from the street and facing N.
  103. II* Grammar School
    Located in the churchyard and forming part of the E boundary. The church is to the SW.
  104. II* Northop Hall Farm (Llaneurgain)
    To S of road, about 300m SE of crossroads with Smithy Lane.
  105. II* St John the Baptist's Church Photos
    Situated in a churchyard on the N side of the A5104 at the N end of Penymynydd in an area also known as Pentrobin.
  106. II* Church of St Mary
    In a walled churchyard in the centre of the village.
  107. II* Ty Isaf
    At the S end of the village, in a farmyard on the W side of a minor road between Trelawnyd and Gwaenysgor.
  108. II* Church of St Michael & All Angels
    On the W side of the village and on the E side of a minor road S of London Road (A5151), the main road through the village.
  109. II* Cross in churchyard of the Church of St Michael & All Angels
    On the S side of the church.
  110. II* Plas Uchaf
    Set down and on the W side of the lane which runs N from Whitford to Tre Mostyn.
  111. II* 2 Gelli Fawr
    On the S side of a lane which runs NW from a roundabout on the A5151. The house, now divided, is set back from the road with long front gardens. To the rear, a boundary wall divides the rear gardens
  112. II* The Roman Catholic Church of St David
    Adjoining the R side of Pantasaph Friary and in the grounds.
  113. II* Franciscan Friary
    Set back from the road in grounds and approached by driveways. The Church of St David adjoins to the R. A linking range to the L joins the friary with the guest house and includes the entrance to th
  114. II* Guest House including linking range at Pantasaph Friary
    Set back from the road and approached by driveways. The linking range, which includes the main entrance, joins the guest house with the friary, which is to the R.
  115. II* 1 Gelli Fawr
    On the S side of a lane which runs NW from a roundabout on the A5151. The house, now divided, is set back from the road with long front gardens. To the rear, a boundary wall divides the rear gardens
  116. II* Bryn Sion
    Approximately 0.75km NE of Afonwen and reached by private road on the W side of a minor road between Afonwen and Babell.
  117. II* Pantgwynmawr
    Approximately 0.8km NNE of Ysceifiog church, on the NE side at the end of a lane N of a minor road between Ysceifiog and Lixwm.
  118. II* Llwyn-erddyn
    Approximately 1.8km NNE of Lixwm and reached by private road W of a minor road between Lixwm and Brynford.
  119. II* Colomendy
    Approximately 2km SSW of Ddol reached at the end of a minor road S of the A541.
  120. II* Barn at Gellilyfdy
    Approximately 100m SE of the farmhouse.
  121. II* Church of St. Dunawd Photos
    Situated in a rectangular churchyard set back from High Street.
  122. II* Althrey Hall Photos
    Situated c0.8km SW of Bangor Is-y-coed, reached from a drive running W from the B5069.
  123. II* Iscoyd Park
    In its own grounds on the N side of the A525 at Redbrook, and E of a minor road to Higher Wych.
  124. II* Maes-y-Groes Farmhouse
    On the W side of a minor road between Higher Wych and Redbrook, approximately 550m S of Higher Wych hamlet.
  125. II* Pen-y-bryn
    Reached by private road on the W side of a minor road and approximately 1.1km W of Higher Wych.
  126. II* Fenn's Moss Peat Processing Works
    An isolated building on the S side of a former railway, approximately 2.2km NE of Bettisfield.
  127. II* The Gelli
    Reached by private road on the N side of a minor road between Tallarn Green and Tybroughton, approximately 1.9km ESE of Tallarn Green church.
  128. II* The Groves (Also Known as Grove Farm)
    Situated at the end of a track running E off a by-road which runs S off the A528 to Erbistock.
  129. II* Llan-y-Cefn
    Approached by a track adjacent to Gwalia, and about 1 km from the road, above the River Dee.
  130. II* The Bryn
    Reached by a short farm road on the E side of Bryn Lane, approximately 1.6km W of Horseman's Green hamlet.
  131. II* Bettisfield Park, including attached garden walls
  132. II* Church of St Chad Photos
    In a large churchyard and the most prominent building in the village, W of The Square and N of Hanmer Mere.
  133. II* The Wern
    Accessed via a drive running N from the A539 1km approx. W of Hanmer village.
  134. II* Horseman's Green Farmhouse
    On the N side of the hamlet, set back on the W side of a minor road to the A525.
  135. II* Gates and gate piers at S entrance to Hanmer churchyard Photos
    On the S side of the churchyard opposite Hanmer Mere.
  136. II* Hanmer churchyard cross Photos
    On the S side of the nave, and immediately S of the footpath leading from porch to The Square.
  137. II* Hanmer war memorial Photos
    Set into the S churchyard wall W of the main entrance and opposite Hanmer Mere.
  138. II* The Stables at Bettisfield Park
    On the N side of the house and reached by a separate entrance from New Road.
  139. II* Bettisfield Hall
    Set back from the main road through Bettisfield, opposite the parish church.
  140. II* Church of St John the Baptist
    In a large churchyard opposite Bettisfield Hall Farm, beyond the N end of the village.
  141. II* Church of Saint Mary
    At right-angles to High Street, in churchyard which runs between High Street and School Lane.
  142. II* Willington Cross
    Located off a lane from the cross-roads at Willington Cross, set in open fields and approached by a private drive.

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