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Listed Buildings in Chirk, Wrexham

  1. II ,1,Castle Road,Chirk,Wrexham,,LL14 5BS
    The building is one of a row of at the start of Castle Road.
  2. II ,1,Hand Terrace,Chirk,Wrexham,,LL14 5EU
    The terrace fronts the Holyhead Road, immediately N of the Hand Hotel.
  3. II ,2,Hand Terrace,Chirk,Wrexham,,LL14 5EU
    The terrace fronts the Holyhead Road, immediately N of the Hand Hotel.
  4. II ,3,Hand Terrace,Chirk,Wrexham,,LL14 5EU
    The terrace fronts the Holyhead Road, immediately N of the Hand Hotel.
  5. II ,4,Hand Terrace,Chirk,Wrexham,,LL14 5EU
    The terrace fronts the Holyhead Road, immediately N of the Hand Hotel.
  6. II ,5,Hand Terrace,Chirk,Wrexham,,LL14 5EU
    The terrace fronts the Holyhead Road, immediately N of the Hand Hotel.
  7. II ,6,Hand Terrace,Chirk,Wrexham,,LL14 5EU
    The terrace fronts the Holyhead Road, immediately N of the Hand Hotel.
  8. II ,7,Hand Terrace,Chirk,Wrexham,,LL14 5EU
    The terrace fronts the Holyhead Road, immediately N of the Hand Hotel.
  9. II Arbour within Brynkinallt Park
    The arbour is located on the ascending driveway from Lady's Bridge to Brynkinallt Hall, with a dramatic view over the narrow valley of the Afon Ceiriog.
  10. II Barc-du, also known as Sawmill Cottage
    The cottage lies on the approach driveway to New Hall.
  11. II Bronze Statue on a plinth in the E garden Photos
    The figure stands at the S end of the top cross walk in the eastern gardens.
  12. II Bryn Coed
    The house stands in its own grounds at the E end of Castle Street, overlooking the valley to the rear.
  13. II Bryn Eglwys
    The house is the end of the terrace of brick faced buildings at the beginning of Castle Street, in the centre of Chirk.
  14. II* Brynkinallt Hall
    The Brynkinallt Estate lies to the E of Chirk town, and straddles the national boundary.
  15. II* Chirk Aqueduct (continued into England) Photos
    The aqueduct straddles the Ceiriog Valley, approximately 55m SW of the parish church, and can be reached by a footpath from Castle Road. The aqueduct passes into England (Weston Rhyn) at its S end.
  16. I Chirk Castle Photos
    The castle stands on a bluff overlooking and controlling the Ceiliog Valley. It is reached by Station Avenue running directly W from Chirk township.
  17. I Chirk Castle Gates, Screen and Piers Photos
    The screen stands on the skyline at the Llwyn-y-Cil entrance to Chirk Castle Park at the end of Station Avenue, and set back from the right-angled bend.
  18. II Chirk Furniture and Carpet Centre and Dwelling
    The building is at the N end of Chirk centre, facing across the recreation ground.
  19. II Chirk Lodge, Brynkinallt Park
    The lodge stands on the N side of the W driveway to Brynkinallt, on the W side of the park.
  20. II Chirk Mill Photos
    The mill stands by the former bed of the Afon Ceiriog, at the bottom of Chirk Hill.
  21. II Chirk Surgery Photos
    The building is one of a row of at the start of Castle Road.
  22. II Chirk Town Council Offices
    The building lies 250m N and on the same side of the road as the Hand Hotel.
  23. 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.
  24. I Church of St Mary
    The parish church stands at the S end of the main street of Chirk, within its own graveyard, on the N edge of the valley of the Afon Ceiriog.
  25. II Cottage at The Kennels
    The group of buildings known as The Kennels stand on the NE side of the road bounding the NE side of Chirk Castle park.
  26. II Cross Street Tunnel and Archways
    Runs beneath Llangollen Canal, about half way between Froncysyllte and Pentre
  27. II Deer Park Wall
    The wall extends from the the escarpment S of the S drive at Deer Park Lodge, N to Deershed Wood.
  28. II Deerpark Lodge
    The lodge is on the original S aproach driveway from Baddy's Gate along the escarpment of the Afon Ceiriog to the Castle, placed where the drive passes through the boundary wall to the deer park.
  29. II Dog Kennel and Mounting Block at Halton Farm
    The mounting block with kennel are built into the rear garden wall, against the farmyard, at Halton Farm.
  30. II Dovecote
    The dovecote stands to the S of the S range of the Home Farm buildings, on the edge of the National Trust park.
  31. II Drumore
    The house stands back and lower than the road, opposite Whitehurst Gardens and approximately 200m N of the roundabout at the N end of Chirk.
  32. II Farm Building at Fron-uchaf Farm, with front garden wall Photos
    The farm lies on the hill road from Fron-isaf to Froncysyllte. The farm building stands at right angles to the road, and forms the N side of the walled front garden.
  33. II Fron-uchaf Farmhouse
    The farm stands N of the hamlet of Fron-isaf, on the W side of the road running NW to Pen-y-graig and Froncysyllte.
  34. II Gates to E Garden
    The gates are at the N end of the main cross walk at the head of the E gardens of the Castle, set within hedging.
  35. II Gates, Piers and Railings to the W Gate of Brynkinallt Park
    The W entrance to Brynkinallt forms the W extension of Trevor Road, the gates being set within a funnel re-entrant.
  36. II Gazebo Photos
    The gazebo stands at the far end of the E gardens, facing S along the ha-ha wall.
  37. II Ha-ha at the E end of the E Garden Photos
    The ha-ha extends across the E end, of the E gardens, extending from the N side of Pleasure Ground Wood to the S junction with Garden Wood.
  38. II Halton Farmhouse
    The farmhouse is in the hamlet of Halton, lying on the S side of the old lane to Pont-y-Blew.
  39. II Halton Former Mission Church
    The mission church is located in its own churchyard in the SW quadrant of the cross roads at the centre of the hamlet of Halton.
  40. II Hand Hotel
    The hotel is placed at the N end of Church Street, facing down Station Avenue.
  41. II Hawk House in the E Garden Photos
    The building stands on a slightly elevated platform overlooking the lower lawns of the E garden of Chirk Castle.
  42. II Irishman's Bridge on the Llangollen Canal Photos
    The bridge carries the Chirk to Newbridge road over the Llangollen Canal.
  43. II Johnston's Cottage and Farm Buildings of Home Farm
    Home farm stands in Chirk Castle park, approximately 170m NW of the castle, from which it is largely hidden by the configuration of the ground.
  44. II Lady's Bridge with Attached Gate Piers, Gates and Railings
    Chirk Community, Shropshire, SY11
  45. II Lady's Bridge, Brynkinallt Park (continued into England)
    The bridge carries the E drive from Bryn-gwyla Lodge across the Afon Ceiriog, running across the valley floor to ascend to Brynkinallt Hall.
  46. II Ley Farmhouse
    Green Lane leads off a minor road from Halton to Chirk Green, connecting with Colliery Road in Chirk. Ley Farm is aligned on the lane, approximately 120m from the road junction.
  47. II Llwyn-y-cil Cottage
    The building stands on the E side of the road, raised on a bank, with the former farm barn to the N.
  48. II Llwyn-y-cil Lodge Photos
    The lodge stands within the gates, on the N side and facing the drive.
  49. II Lowest Terrace Wall at Whitehurst Gardens
    Whitehurst Gardens adjoin the Holyhead Road c150m NW of the roundabout at the N end of Chirk.
  50. II Lychgate outside Church of St Mary
    The lychgate provides the entrance through the churchyard wall on the W side of the churchyard, leading off a small paved square.
  51. II Medieval Font in the E Garden Photos
    The font is placed at the topmost point of the rock garden, behind the Hawk House, in the E gardens of Chirk Castle.
  52. II Milestone
    The milestone is set against a wall at the rounded corner between the Holyhead Road and Castle Road, opposite the church.
  53. II Milestone
    The milestone is in the hedge, close to the road and opposite a property named Hilbre on the Maes-y-waun estate at the N end of the town.
  54. II New Hall
    The building stands in a moated site, E of New Hall Gate. It is reached by a farm lane off the road from New Hall Gate to Whitehurst.
  55. II New Hall Gate to Chirk Park: the N Lodge
    One of a pair of lodges that flank the present service access to Chirk Castle park, opposite New Hall Road.
  56. II New Hall Gate to Chirk Park: the S Lodge
    One of a pair of lodges that flank the present service access to Chirk Castle park, opposite New Hall Road
  57. II North Gate Piers to Chirk Town Council Offices
    The Council Offices are opposite the recreation ground at the N end of Chirk. The paved forecourt has two entrances, one at each end of the frontage.
  58. II Nos 1 and 2 Home Farm Cottages Photos
    Home Farm Cottages are a pair of estate cottages, lying ENE of Home Farm and facing E over the former pool.
  59. II Nos 6 & 7 Coed-derw
    The pair of cottages stand parallel and set back from the road N of Llwyn-y-cil Cottage.
  60. II Pen-y-bont Brick and Tile Co Office
    The office stands guarding the entrance to the former brickworks, approximately 600m E of Newbridge.
  61. II Pen-y-clawdd Farmhouse
    The farmhouse as at the S end of the village of Pentre, close to the railway cutting and bridge, overlooking the B5605 at the rear.
  62. II Plas-Offa
    The farmhouse stands on the SE side of Offa's Dyke where it crosses the main Holyhead Road. The farm buildings range to the W.
  63. II Pont-faen (continued into England)
    The bridge carries the road from Chirk to Weston Rhyn across the Afon Ceiriog.
  64. II Pont-Faen Bridge (That Part in Weston Rhyn Cp)
    Chirk Community, Shropshire, LL14
  65. II Pont-y-blew Photos
    The bridge carries the road from Chirk to Glynmorlas across the Afon Ceiriog.
  66. 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.
  67. 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.
  68. II Remains of Forge at Pont-y-blew
    The remains of the forge lie in the front garden of the house called The Forge, approximately 170m from Pont-y-blew bridge.
  69. II Rob's Cottage, Greenfield and Arosfa
    The building, now subdivided, stands in the hamlet of Fron-isaf, at the sharp bend in the road running down and E to Stryt-y-veri and Chirk.
  70. II Screen Wall and Towers defining the S Stable Yard on the S side
    The structure runs parallel to the S wing of the stables, on the lip of the escarpment
  71. II Screen Wall to the service yard at Brynkinallt Hall
    The structure screens the service yard at the rear of the Hall, as approached from the Pont-y-Blew road.
  72. II Second Terrace Wall at Whitehurst Gardens
    Whitehurst gardens adjon the Holyhead Road c1560m NW of the roundabout at the N end of Chirk.
  73. II Smithy at Whitehurst Gate and House attached
    The building stands on the NW angle of the road junction with the B5605 Newbridge Road
  74. II South Gate Piers to Chirk Town Council Offices
    The Council Offices lie 250m N of the Hand Hotel, on the same side of the street.
  75. II Squash Court at Chirk Castle Photos
    Situated 200m to the south of Chirk Castle Home Farm
  76. II St Michael's Nursing Home
    The building stands back from Trevor Road in its own grounds, and is reached by a curving driveway.
  77. II* Stable Ranges
    The stables adjoin the castle to the S, forming two sides of the service courtyard
  78. II Statue by the lily pond in the E Garden Photos
    The statue stands on the edge of the circular lily pond at the lower end of the gardens.
  79. II Statue in the E Garden
    The two statues flank the opening in the hedge between the upper cross lawn, and the lower fruit tree lawn in the E gardens of the Castle.
  80. II Statue in the E Garden
    The statue flanks the opening in the hedge between the top cross lawn and the lower fruit tree garden, E of Chirk Castle.
  81. II Statue of Hercules Photos
    Hercules is now sited on the axis of the E axial view from the castle where it passes through woodland.
  82. II Sundial in churchyard of the Church of St Mary
    The sundial stands in grass within the churchyard, 2m S of the path from the lychgate to the church door.
  83. II Sundial in front of the Hawk House in the E Garden Photos
    The sundial stands on the lawn below, and on the axis of, the Hawk House.
  84. II Sundial in the E Garden Photos
    The sundial is set in a pathway between the privy garden and the main top cross walk of the Eastern gardens of the Castle.
  85. II The Forge
    The house stands above the river crossing at Pont-y-blew, and above the remains of the forge.
  86. II The Kennels
    The Kennels stand back from the Kennels Cottage, off the road bounding the Chirk Castle Estate on the NE side.
  87. II The Lodge
    The building stands in its own grounds back from the minor road from the B5070 to the village of Halton, at the N end of Chirk.
  88. II The Mount, with front garden railings and gate
    The house stands at the S end of Church Street facing N, with the motte of the early castle to the rear.
  89. II Town Reservoir
    The reservoir is in Reservoir Wood, S of Station Avenue, and E of the S extension of Llwyn-y-cil Road to the caravan park.
  90. II Trevor House
    The house stands back in its own grounds facing extensive views over the Ceiriog Valley to the S, and approached by a driveway from the road.
  91. II Trevor Mausoleum in churchyard of the Church of St Mary Photos
    The mausoleum is located in the burial ground extension, 90m E of the chancel of the church.
  92. II Two adjoining Ranges of Farm Buildings, with a Horse Gin at Halton Farm
    The farm buildings lie between the farmhouse and the lane from the hamlet of Halton to Pont-y-Blew.
  93. II Upper Terrace Wall at Whitehurst Gardens
    Whitehurst gardens adjoin the Holyhead Road c150m NW of the roundabout at the N end of Chirk.
  94. II Wall bounding driveway to the Stables and continuing the stable yard screen
    The driveway from Deepark Lodge drive climbs up to the stables. The wall defines the road on the SW side.
  95. II Wall on the NE side of the driveway to the Stables
    The wall bounds the NE side of the driveway, and encloses the service access from the park to the N.
  96. II Walls to the Privy Garden
    The privy garden adjoins the castle on the SE side. The walls define the it on the E and S, and on the W to the lower service yard
  97. 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
  98. II Ward Monument in churchyard of the Church of St Mary
    The tomb is set 3m S of the S nave wall of the church.
  99. II Whitehouse Bridge
    Carries lane over Llangollen Canal between Pentre and Bryn-yr-Eos: half way between N portal of Whitehouse Tunnel and B5605
  100. II Whitehurst Garden Gatepiers with Gates and perimeter Garden Wall
    Whitehurst gardens adjoin the Holyhead Road c150m NW of the roundabout at the N end of Chirk. Two points of access, the upper to Whitehurst House.
  101. II Whitehurst House
    Whitehurst Gardens are on the NE side of the Holyhead Road, approximately 200m from the roundabout connection with the Chirk Road. The house stands within the NW corner of Whitehurst Gardens, with its
  102. II Whitewalls
    The house lies back from the road in its own grounds, with access off the road from Castle Road to Station Avenue.

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