History in Structure

This site is entirely user-supported. See how you can help.

Search for 'CH5 1SR'

Listed Buildings

Listed Buildings within five miles of CH5 1SR, sorted by distance

Maximum of 100 matching results shown

  1. II Queensferry War Memorial Institute
    Located at a traffic junction on the S side of Queensferry village, in front of a retail park.
  2. II Bascule Bridge Photos
    Crossing the River Dee on the N boundary of the community, at the N end of Station Road.
  3. II Bascule Bridge (also listed in Queensferry rec no 84434)
    The bridge carries the B5441 across the River Dee, linking Garden City with Queensferry.
  4. II Former Willans & Robinson Factory, West Block
    Located on the industrial estate between Queensferry and Sandycroft, between Factory Road and the River Dee. Factory Road is reached off Chester Road (East) and Chemistry Lane.
  5. II Former Willans & Robinson Factory, Central Block
    Located on the industrial estate between Queensferry and Sandycroft, between Factory Road and the River Dee. Factory Road is reached off Chester Road (East) and Chemistry Lane.
  6. II Former Willans & Robinson Factory, East Block
    Located on the industrial estate between Queensferry and Sandycroft, between Factory Road and the River Dee. Factory Road is reached off Chester Road (East) and Chemistry Lane.
  7. II The Vicarage
    Located immediately E of the Church and set back from the main road in gardens.
  8. II Church of St Ethelwold
    Towards the W of Shotton, at the junction of Chester Road (B5129) and Shotton Lane.
  9. II Churchyard boundary wall, Church of St Ethelwold
    Bounding Chester Road (B5129) and Shotton Lane.
  10. II Ferry bank Farm
    Located on Fox's Drive which leads E from Welsh Road (B5441). The gable end of the farmhouse fronts the road.
  11. II Office Building, Corus Steelworks
    Located on the N bank of the River Dee adjacent to Hawarden Bridge. Reached by a works road, which runs W off Welsh Road and follows the river.
  12. II Former Office Buildings, Shotton Steelworks
    On the north side of the River Dee just to the NE of the former Corus Steelworks office building, via a road leading from the Bascule Bridge.
  13. II Hawarden Bridge (also listed in Sealand rec no )
    The bridge crosses the River Dee on the N boundary of Shotton Community.
  14. II Hawarden Bridge (also listed in Shotton rec no 84399)
    Railway Bridge spanning the River Dee between Shotton and Sealand. A station for the Corus Steelworks is located at the N end of the bridge.
  15. II The Clwyd PH
    On a corner site and in a prominent position, at the junction of Chester Road (B5129) and King Edward Street.
  16. II Shotton Infants School
    Located in the centre of Shotton, to the S of Chester Road (B5129). The school faces N into the playground, the main entrance to the W fronting Plymouth Street, a secondary entrance to the E.
  17. II Forecourt walls, gates and railings, Shotton Infants School
    Walls and railings bounding the E, S and W sides of the school and playground (the N side is bound by later brick ranges and walls).
  18. II Former Police Station, including forecourt wall, gates & railings
    In the centre of Shotton, fronting Salisbury Street, which is to the N of the B5129.
  19. II* Aston Hall
    Situated off the road in its own walled grounds.
  20. II Aedocular Gateway at Aston Hall
    To the W of Aston Hall, and adjoining a modern, single-storey building.
  21. II War Memorial
    Set back from the road in a paved area, adjacent to the Wepre Bridge.
  22. II Attached Stable Range to Brick-House
    Set back from the road behind a raised, hedged garden.
  23. II Brick-House Farmhouse
    Set back from the road behind a raised, hedged garden.
  24. I St Deiniols Ash
    Set back from the road on the W side in its own gardens.
  25. II L-Plan range of Farm Buildings
    To the N/E of Plas Moor, on the opposite side of the farm house.
  26. II Plas Moor
    On the N side of the road, set in its own lawned gardens with farmyard to the rear.
  27. II Old Marsh Farm
    Fronting the E side of the main A550 road.
  28. II Church of the Holy Spirit
    Set back on the east side of the road at the crest of Aston Hill.
  29. II Masonic Hall
    On the slope of the hill, on the W side.
  30. II West Pair of Aircraft Hangars
    Located towards the SE corner of Deeside Industrial Park and reached off the B5441. About 150m N of the railway line, and adjacent to a later Type 'C' hangar.
  31. II* Parish Church of St Deinol Photos
    Situated at the end of Church Lane within a walled churchyard.
  32. II Registry Office (Ice House to East)
    At the end of Rectory Lane in its own walled grounds, to the E of the church.
  33. I St Deiniol's Library Photos
    Set back from the road in its own walled grounds.
  34. II County Record Office (former Rectory) Photos
    At the end of Rectory Lane in its own walled grounds, to the E of the church.
  35. II Saint Deiniol's Parish Churchs Entrance Gates and Churchyard Walls
    At end of Church Lane, the walls bordering St. Dieniol's Library, Cross Tree Lane, and the Rectory gardens.
  36. II Tithe Barn
    On the street line, S of churchyard.
  37. II Tithe Barn Cottage
    On the street line, S of churchyard.
  38. II No 8, Rectory Lane (W Side),,,,,clwyd,
    At the end of Rectory Lane, close to the rectory.
  39. II No 7, Rectory Lane (W Side),,,,,clwyd,
    At the end of Rectory Lane, close to the rectory.
  40. II No 2, Rectory Lane (W Side),,,,,clwyd,
    At the end of Rectory Lane, close to the rectory.
  41. II No 1, Rectory Lane (W Side),,,,,clwyd,
    At the end of Rectory Lane, close to the rectory.
  42. II White House (formerly School Mistresses House)
    Located behind St. Deinol's Church Hall, adjacent to its car park.
  43. II Former Head Master's House at Hawarden High School
    Adjacent to the NW of the main school block, the former Head Master's house, now the 6th form centre.
  44. II Church Hall of Church of St Deiniol Photos
    On the street line.
  45. II No 5, Rectory Lane, (E Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, behind a dwarf garden wall.
  46. II The Gladstone Monument Photos
    Set back behind the perimeter walls of St. Deiniol's Library in its own formal garden.
  47. II No 4, Rectory Lane (E Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, behind a dwarf garden wall.
  48. II Hawarden High School, original, central block with contemporary wings and including 1905 additions
    Set back slightly from the road, behind a railed, grassed forecourt.
  49. II No 3, Rectory Lane (E Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, behind a dwarf garden wall.
  50. II South Pair of Aircraft Hangars
    Located towards the SE corner of Deeside Industrial Park and reached off the B5441. The southernmost of 2 pairs of hangars.
  51. II Stafford House
    Set back slightly behind a walled garden, facing the road.
  52. II Kentigern
    On the street line.
  53. II The Village Pump
    In a recess in the St. Deiniol's Library perimeter wall, facing the pavement.
  54. II 1. Rear Courtyard Ranges at Glynne Arms
    To the rear of the Glynne Arms, forming the N side of a courtyard.
  55. II 2. Rear Courtyard Ranges at Glynne Arms
    To the rear of the Glynne Arms, forming the N side of a courtyard.
  56. II Detached Coach House to SW of Stafford House
    Set back slightly behind a walled garden, facing the road.
  57. II No 17, the Highway (N Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the corner at the junction of Glynne Way with Church Lane.
  58. II The War Memorial
    Prominently situated at the junction of Gladstone Way and the Highway, facing E.
  59. II The Post Office Photos
    Located on the corner of The Highway and Rectory Lane, and adjoining the S side of Kentigern.
  60. II Surgery House
    On the street line.
  61. II Telephone Call-box on the corner with Rectory Lane
    At the crossroads in the centre of the village: set on the pavement outside Hawarden Post Office, and on the corner with Rectory Lane.
  62. II The Glynne Arms PH Photos
    Standing prominently on the street-line, opposite the castle entrance gates.
  63. II No 24, the Highway (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    At the junction of the road with Mossley Court.
  64. II Former Shambles
    Adjoining the Glynne Arms to the E.
  65. II The Fox and Grapes PH Photos
    On the street line.
  66. II Gladstone Memorial Fountain Photos
    At the cross-roads, and situated in the centre of the road.
  67. II Lloyds Bank
    Standing prominently at the junction of The Highway and the A550.
  68. II Attached Former Bank Manager Manager's House to Lloyds Bank
    Standing prominently at the junction of The Highway and the A550.
  69. II Former Police Station
    On the street line.
  70. II Former Town Hall
    On the street line.
  71. II No 4, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd, Photos
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  72. II No 6, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  73. II Range to rear of The Fox and Grapes PH
    On the street line.
  74. II No 8, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  75. II No 10, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  76. II No 12, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  77. II Curtain Walls and Precinct Walls to Hawarden Castle
    At the cross-roads in the centre of the village, on the S side.
  78. II No 14, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  79. II No 16, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  80. II Entrance Gate to Hawarden Castle Photos
    At the cross-roads in the centre of the village, on the S side.
  81. II Gate Lodge
    Within the park, behind gateway and abutting to E.
  82. II No 18, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  83. II No 20, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  84. II No 22, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  85. II No 24, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  86. II No 26, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd, Photos
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  87. II No 28, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd, Photos
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  88. II No 30, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd, Photos
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  89. II* The Correction House
    Hawarden
  90. II Former Estate Granary
    Set back behind the road to the SW of the Fox and Grapes PH.
  91. II No, 32 Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Stepped-down from the terrace range of Nos 4-30, and advanced slightly.
  92. II North Pair of Aircraft Hangars
    Located towards the SE corner of Deeside Industrial Park and reached off the B5441. The northernmost of 2 pairs of hangars.
  93. II Base of Former Village Pump
    Located in front of the House of Correction in Cross Tree Lane, and beside the Cross Tree, a lime tree planted in 1742.
  94. II No 42, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, opposite the junction with Cross-tree Lane.
  95. II No 44, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, opposite the junction with Cross-tree Lane.
  96. II No 46, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, opposite the junction with Cross-tree Lane.
  97. II No 48, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, opposite the junction with Cross-tree Lane.
  98. II Elms Cottage
    Facing the street behind a low chequered brick wall.
  99. II 50
    On the street line, opposite the junction with Cross-tree Lane.
  100. II No 52, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, opposite the junction with Cross-tree Lane.

The text search facility carries out a text search of the listing entry title, as well as parish or locality names.

Text Search Tips

Enter a single word or combination of words to search for all entries containing that word or words. To search for an exact phrase, enclose it in quotes. For example:

village searches for all entries containing the word "village"

village green searches for all entries containing the words "village" and "green"

"village green" searches for all entries containing the phrase "village green"

"village green" garden searches for all entries containing the phrase "village green" and the word "garden"

Postcode Search

Alternatively, enter a valid British postcode to look for listed buildings within a five mile radius.

ID Search

If you enter either a current or legacy listing ID, any matching entries will be shown.

Because of the possibility that different sources may use the same ID, ID searches do not necessarily return a unique result. Also, some buildings have subsequently been split into multiple inividual listings, so a legacy ID may return more than one current result.

Full Text Site Search

Alternatively, you can use the full text site search powered by Google.

Google Search

BritishListedBuildings.co.uk is an independent online resource and is not associated with any government department. All government data published here is used under licence. Please do not contact BritishListedBuildings.co.uk for any queries related to any individual listed building, planning permission related to listed buildings or the listing process itself.

British Listed Buildings is a Good Stuff website.