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Listed Buildings in Hawarden, Flintshire

  1. II 1. Rear Courtyard Ranges at Glynne Arms
    To the rear of the Glynne Arms, forming the N side of a courtyard.
  2. II 2. Rear Courtyard Ranges at Glynne Arms
    To the rear of the Glynne Arms, forming the N side of a courtyard.
  3. II 50
    On the street line, opposite the junction with Cross-tree Lane.
  4. II 75m Section of Kitchen Wall to NW of New Castle
    Hawarden
  5. II Adjacent Malting Tower at Castle Hill Farm
    Opposite the Main House to the NE.
  6. II Aedocular Gateway at Aston Hall
    To the W of Aston Hall, and adjoining a modern, single-storey building.
  7. II* Aston Hall
    Situated off the road in its own walled grounds.
  8. II Attached Boundary Wall to the East
    Adjacent to, and flush with No. 29a, set behind a low chequered brick wall.
  9. II Attached Former Bank Manager Manager's House to Lloyds Bank
    Standing prominently at the junction of The Highway and the A550.
  10. II Attached Stable Range to Brick-House
    Set back from the road behind a raised, hedged garden.
  11. 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.
  12. II Brick-House Farmhouse
    Set back from the road behind a raised, hedged garden.
  13. II Broadlane
    Facing the New Castle to the E.
  14. II Church Hall of Church of St Deiniol Photos
    On the street line.
  15. II Church of the Holy Spirit
    Set back on the east side of the road at the crest of Aston Hill.
  16. II County Record Office (former Rectory) Photos
    At the end of Rectory Lane in its own walled grounds, to the E of the church.
  17. II Curtain Walls and Precinct Walls to Hawarden Castle
    At the cross-roads in the centre of the village, on the S side.
  18. II Detached Coach House to SW of Stafford House
    Set back slightly behind a walled garden, facing the road.
  19. II Domestic and Agricultural Range to the NE of Kearsley Farm
    Hawarden
  20. II Elms Cottage
    Facing the street behind a low chequered brick wall.
  21. II Entrance Gate to Hawarden Castle Photos
    At the cross-roads in the centre of the village, on the S side.
  22. I Ewloe Castle Photos
    Hawarden
  23. II Foot Bridge to old Castle, Hawarden Castle Estate
    To the S of the New Castle spanning a dry ditch, until 1804 the course of the Chester-Holyhead road.
  24. II Former Brewery at Castle Hill Farm
    Opposite the Main House to the NE
  25. II Former Estate Granary
    Set back behind the road to the SW of the Fox and Grapes PH.
  26. 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.
  27. II Former Police Station
    On the street line.
  28. II Former Shambles
    Adjoining the Glynne Arms to the E.
  29. II Former Stable Block at Castle Hill Farm
    Opposite the brewery to the SE.
  30. II Former Town Hall
    On the street line.
  31. II Garage Yard and Gallery (former stables and coach-house)
    To the N of the New Castle, near the kitchen garden.
  32. II Garage Yard and Gallery (former stables and coach-house)
    To the N of the New Castle, near the kitchen garden.
  33. II Gate Lodge
    Within the park, behind gateway and abutting to E.
  34. II Gatepiers at former St John's Lodge, Hawarden Estate
    At S edge of Top Park, Hawarden Castle estate, and reached by public footpath which skirts the estate boundary wall from the car park adjoining the A550 in Hawarden village.
  35. II Gateway adjoining Hawarden New Castle to the E, with Flanking Crenellated Wales
    Hawarden
  36. II Gladstone Memorial Fountain Photos
    At the cross-roads, and situated in the centre of the road.
  37. II Glynne Cottage
    Overlooking the park to the N, and secluded in its own grounds.
  38. II Granary at Castle Hill Farm
    Adjacent to the main house, to the N.
  39. II Harwarden Hayes
    At the end of a track leading on from Station Road.
  40. I Hawarden Castle (New)
    Set in its own park, to the E of the Old Castle, and with formalised gardens to the S.
  41. I Hawarden Castle (Old)
    Hawarden
  42. 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.
  43. II Kentigern
    On the street line.
  44. II L-Plan range of Farm Buildings
    To the N/E of Plas Moor, on the opposite side of the farm house.
  45. II Lloyds Bank
    Standing prominently at the junction of The Highway and the A550.
  46. II Low attached extensions at Castle Hill Farm
    Located at the end of its own lane, off Holywell Road, and forming one side of an irregular courtyard
  47. II Main House at Castle Hill Farm
    Located at the end of its own lane, off Holywell Road, and forming one side of an irregular courtyard.
  48. II Masonic Hall
    On the slope of the hill, on the W side.
  49. II N Entrance to Gatepiers and Scree Walls to Hawarden Castle
    Set back on the N side of Glynne Way, opposite Moor Lane.
  50. II No 1, Rectory Lane (W Side),,,,,clwyd,
    At the end of Rectory Lane, close to the rectory.
  51. II No 10, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  52. II No 12, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  53. II No 14, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  54. II No 16, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  55. II No 17, the Highway (N Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the corner at the junction of Glynne Way with Church Lane.
  56. II No 18, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  57. II No 2, Rectory Lane (W Side),,,,,clwyd,
    At the end of Rectory Lane, close to the rectory.
  58. II No 20, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  59. II No 22, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  60. II No 24, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  61. II No 24, the Highway (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    At the junction of the road with Mossley Court.
  62. II No 26, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd, Photos
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  63. II No 28, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd, Photos
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  64. II No 3, Rectory Lane (E Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, behind a dwarf garden wall.
  65. II No 30, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd, Photos
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  66. II No 33, Glynne Way (N Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Raised up slightly behind railed dwarf walls and facing the street.
  67. II No 35, Glynne Way (N Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Raised up slightly behind railed dwarf walls and facing the street.
  68. II No 37, Glynne Way (N Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Raised up slightly behind railed dwarf walls and facing the street.
  69. II No 39, Glynne Way (N Side),,,,,clwyd,
    39 Glynne Way
  70. II No 4, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd, Photos
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  71. II No 4, Rectory Lane (E Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, behind a dwarf garden wall.
  72. II No 41, Glynne Way (N Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Adjoining No.39 to the E and stepped-down.
  73. II No 42, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, opposite the junction with Cross-tree Lane.
  74. II No 43, Glynne Way (N Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Adjoining No.39 to the E and stepped-down.
  75. II No 44, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, opposite the junction with Cross-tree Lane.
  76. II No 46, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, opposite the junction with Cross-tree Lane.
  77. II No 48, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, opposite the junction with Cross-tree Lane.
  78. II No 5, Rectory Lane, (E Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, behind a dwarf garden wall.
  79. II No 52, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, opposite the junction with Cross-tree Lane.
  80. II No 54, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, opposite the junction with Cross-tree Lane.
  81. II No 56, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line, opposite the junction with Cross-tree Lane.
  82. II No 58, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Adjoining Nos 42-56 to the E.
  83. II No 6, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  84. II No 60, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the street line.
  85. II No 62, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Raised up above street level, behind a stone retaining wall.
  86. II No 7, Rectory Lane (W Side),,,,,clwyd,
    At the end of Rectory Lane, close to the rectory.
  87. II No 8, Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Located immediately to the E of the castle entrance, opposite the Glynne Arms.
  88. II No 8, Rectory Lane (W Side),,,,,clwyd,
    At the end of Rectory Lane, close to the rectory.
  89. II No, 32 Glynne Way (S Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Stepped-down from the terrace range of Nos 4-30, and advanced slightly.
  90. II* Parish Church of St Deinol Photos
    Situated at the end of Church Lane within a walled churchyard.
  91. II Plas Moor
    On the N side of the road, set in its own lawned gardens with farmyard to the rear.
  92. II Range to rear of The Fox and Grapes PH
    On the street line.
  93. II Registry Office (Ice House to East)
    At the end of Rectory Lane in its own walled grounds, to the E of the church.
  94. II Retaining Wall to Street
    Raised up above street level, behind a stone retaining wall.
  95. 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.
  96. II Squire's Thatched (Formaly listed as Thatched Cottages)
    Facing the road behind a hedged front garden.
  97. I St Deiniol's Library Photos
    Set back from the road in its own walled grounds.
  98. I St Deiniols Ash
    Set back from the road on the W side in its own gardens.
  99. II Stafford House
    Set back slightly behind a walled garden, facing the road.
  100. II Surgery House
    On the street line.
  101. II Tea Pavilion, Hawarden Castle Estate
    In the garden, to the SW of the new castle, adjacent to the perimeter wall.
  102. 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.
  103. II* The Correction House
    Hawarden
  104. II The Elms Photos
    Adjacent to, and flush with No. 29a, set behind a low chequered brick wall.
  105. II The Fox and Grapes PH Photos
    On the street line.
  106. II The Gladstone Monument Photos
    Set back behind the perimeter walls of St. Deiniol's Library in its own formal garden.
  107. II The Glynne Arms PH Photos
    Standing prominently on the street-line, opposite the castle entrance gates.
  108. II The Hawarden Gymnasium
    On the street line.
  109. II The Hawarden Institute
    Adjoining the Hawarden Gymnasium to the E.
  110. II The Post Office Photos
    Located on the corner of The Highway and Rectory Lane, and adjoining the S side of Kentigern.
  111. II The Rear of Hawarden Insitute
    Adjoining the Hawarden Gymnasium to the E.
  112. II The Village Pump
    In a recess in the St. Deiniol's Library perimeter wall, facing the pavement.
  113. II The War Memorial
    Prominently situated at the junction of Gladstone Way and the Highway, facing E.
  114. II Tithe Barn
    On the street line, S of churchyard.
  115. II Tithe Barn Cottage
    On the street line, S of churchyard.
  116. II White Cottage
    Set back from the road and adjoining Rose Cottage to the E
  117. II White House (formerly School Mistresses House)
    Located behind St. Deinol's Church Hall, adjacent to its car park.
  118. II Wynt Lodge
    Set back behind the Hawarden Castle park wall.

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