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Listed Buildings in Gresford, Wrexham

  1. II 1 of a pair of Graves in the Graveyard to the E of All saints Church
    Situated to the E of the church close to the graveyard wall
  2. II 2 of a pair of Graves in the Graveyard to the E of All Saints Church
    Situated to the E of the church close to the graveyard wall
  3. II Achill
    Situated to the N of All Saints Church
  4. II All Saints Primary School
    Situated on the corner of School Hill and Clappers Lane close to the centre of the village.
  5. II Allington Farm Gatehouse
    Situated on a drive off the W side of Cox Lane c 0.8km E of Marford.
  6. II Allington Farmhouse
    Set back from the W side of Cox Lane c0.8km E of Marford.
  7. II Base of Cross
    Situated on a traffic island at the junction of Chester Road (B5445) and the B5373 at the SW edge of the village
  8. II Beech Cottage
    Situated on the E side of Marford Hill close to the centre of the village.
  9. II Beechmount
    Situated in its own grounds on the E side of Marford Hill opposite the Trevor Arms Hotel.
  10. II Cedar House
    Situated in its own grounds off the B5373 close to the NW edge of the village.
  11. II Church House
    Situated to the N of All Saints Church
  12. II Circular Privy at Green Farm
    Situated behind Green Farm farmhouse set into a wall which divides the farmhouse garden from the farmyard
  13. II Courtyard Walls and three gazebos to rear of Roft Castle House
    Situated to the rear of Roft Castle House where there is a sunken courtyard with an entrance to a drive which led to the former stables on Springfield Lane.
  14. II Former Schoolroom
    Situated on the corner of School Hill and Clappers Lane close to the centre of the village.
  15. II Gatepiers and attached Walls flanking main drive entrance to Roft Castle House
    Situated on the S side of Springfield Lane.
  16. II Grave of Ann Williams in the Graveyard to S of All Saints Church
    Situated S the church approximately midway between the church and the graveyard wall.
  17. II Graveyard Wall and Gatepiers to All Saints Church (included gates to S gateway)
    Situated close to the centre of the Gresford around the graveyard of All Saints Church, continuing along School Hill and Clappers Lane.
  18. II Greenbank
    Situated on the N side of Vicarage Lane on the S edge of the village.
  19. II Holly Cottage
    Situated on the E side of Marford Hill close to the centre of the village.
  20. II Hoseley Bank Farmhouse
    Situated at the end of a drive running E off Hoseley Lane c1.7km SE of Gresford
  21. II Jessamine Cottage
    Group of cottages situated on the W side of Marford Hill close to its junction with Springfield Lane, sometimes known as `The Sofa' because of its shape.
  22. II Marford Hall
    Situated at the end of a drive running E off Marford Hill close to its junction with Hoseley Lane.
  23. II Myrtle Cottage
    Group of cottages situated on the W side of Marford Hill close to its junction with Springfield Lane, sometimes known as `The Sofa' because of its shape.
  24. II No 1 of 6 Graves in the Graveyard to W of All saints Church
    Situated to the W of the church immediately to the S of the path leading to the S churchyard gateway.
  25. II No 1 of 3 Grave in the Graveyard to SE of All Saints Church
    Situated to the SE of the church close to the graveyard wall.
  26. II No 1 of 5 Graves in the graveyard to NW of All Saints Church
    Situated to the NW of the church of All Saints close to the edge of the graveyard.
  27. II No 18, Oakmount
    Situated in its own grounds close to the end of Sunnyridge Avenue which is on the uphill side of Marford.
  28. II No 2 of 3 Graves in the Graveyard to SE of All Saints Church
    Situated to the SE of the church close to the graveyard wall.
  29. II No 2 of 5 Graves in the Graveyard to NW of All Saints Church
    Situated to the NW of the church of All Saints close to the edge of the graveyard.
  30. II No 2 of 6 Graves in the Graveyard to W of All Saints Church
    Situated to the W of the church immediately to the S of the path leading to the S churchyard gateway.
  31. II No 3 of 3 Graves in the Graveyard to SE of All Saints Church
    Situated to the SE of the church close to the graveyard wall.
  32. II No 3 of 5 Graves in the Graveyard to NW of All Saints Church
    Situated to the NW of the church of All Saints close to the edge of the graveyard.
  33. II No 3 of 6 Graves in the Graveyard to W of All Saints Church
    Situated to the W of the church immediately to the S of the path leading to the S churchyard gateway.
  34. II No 4 of 5 Graves in the Graveyard to NW of All Saints Church
    Situated to the NW of the church of All Saints close to the edge of the graveyard.
  35. II No 4 of 6 Graves in the Graveyard to W of All Saints Church
    Situated to the W of the church immediately to the S of the path leading to the S churchyard gateway.
  36. II No 5 of 5 Graves in the Graveyard to NW of All Saints Church
    5. Flat slab on an area of raised stone slabs in an enclosure c1.8 x 2.8m formed by cast-iron railings with simple curly finials. Listed as a fine group of C19 graves with enclosures formed by cas
  37. II No 5 of 6 Graves in the Graveyard to W of All Saints Church
    Gresford
  38. II No 6 of 6 Graves in the Graveyard to W of All Saints Church
    Situated to the W of the church immediately to the S of the path leading to the S churchyard gateway.
  39. II Pair of Circular Privies
    Situated off the E side of Marford Hill on the S side of a driveway between Beechmount and Poplar Cottage.
  40. II Pant-yr-ochain Hotel
    Situated in its own grounds at the end of a drive running E off Old Wrexham Road c1.5km SW of Gresford.
  41. I Parish Church of All Saints Photos
    Set in rectangular churchyard at the centre of the village.
  42. II Pistyll Bank
    Situated on the N side of Springfield Lane.
  43. II Primrose Cottage
    Group of cottages situated on the W side of Marford Hill close to its junction with Springfield Lane, sometimes known as `The Sofa' because of its shape.
  44. II Roft Castle House
    Situated in its own grounds at the end of a drive running S off Springfield Lane.
  45. II Roft Castle Stables
    Situated on the S side of Springfield Lane near the NW edge of the village.
  46. II Roft Lee
    Situated on the S corner of Marford Hill and Springfield Lane.
  47. II Romney Cottage
    Group of cottages situated on the W side of Marford Hill close to its junction with Springfield Lane, sometimes known as `The Sofa' because of its shape.
  48. II Schoolhouse and attached Walls and gatepiers
    Situated on the corner of School Hill and Clappers Lane close to the centre of the village.
  49. II Smithy Cottage
    Situated on the E side of Marford Hill at the N edge of the village.
  50. II Springfield Cottage
    Situated on the W side of Marford Hill near the N edge of the village.
  51. II Springfield Farmhouse
    Situated on the W side of Marford Hill.
  52. II Stable Block at Trevor Arms Hotel
    Situated to the N of the Trevor Arms Hotel set back from the W side of Marford Hill
  53. II Stables at Cedar House
    Situated to the rear of Cedar House and linked to it by a brick screen wall.
  54. II Stone Cottage
    Group of cottages situated on the W side of Marford Hill close to its junction with Springfield Lane, sometimes known as `The Sofa' because of its shape.
  55. II Strode House
    Situated to the N of All Saints Church
  56. II Summerhouse at Holly Cottage
    Situated in the garden to the S side of Holly Cottage on the E side of Marford Hill.
  57. II The Cottage also known as Walnut Cottage
    Backing on to the W side of Marford Hill at the S end of the village.
  58. II The Trevor Arms Hotel
    Situated on the W side of Marford Hill at the bend in the hill.
  59. II Yew Tree Cottage Photos
    Situated on the W side of Marford Hill close to the Trevor Arms Hotel.

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