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Listed Buildings in Holt, Wrexham

  1. II ,2,Frog Lane,Holt,,,LL13 9JA
    Situated on the W side of Frog Lane, on the edge of the village.
  2. II 1 Holt Hall (including the Peking Garden)
    Situated on the W side of Castle Street, set back from the road with tarmac forecourt.
  3. II 2 Holt Hall (including the Peking Garden)
    Situated on the W side of Castle Street, set back from the road with tarmaced forecourt.
  4. II Borras Farm
    At the western edge of the community, close to the A 5156, and reached by a farm track.
  5. II* Borras Hall
    Situated 0.5km N off the A534 on the by-road which runs N to Gresford.
  6. II* Borras Head
    Situated to the S of Borras Road, just before the turning for the by-road which runs from the A534 to Gresford.
  7. II Cornish Hall
    Situated S of the A534, approx 1.5 km W of Holt
  8. II Deeside Farmhouse
    Situated at the end of Deeside Lane next to the River Dee.
  9. II Former Baptist Chapel (including forecourt walls, gates and railings)
    Situated on the E side of Chapel Street.
  10. II Former Wages Office at Bellis' Farm
    Situated in the front garden of the Bellis' Farmhouse, to the south of the Strawberry Pickers' Barracks.
  11. II Gates, Gate-piers and Railings at W entrance to churchyard at Parish Church of St Chad
    Situated to the E side of Church Green, set back from the road at main entrance to churchyard. Attached red brick walls border path down to west door of Church.
  12. I Holt Bridge Photos
    Spanning the broad River Dee which forms the boundary between Wales and England. Carries the main road, formerly the A 534, between Holt and Farndon
  13. II* Holt Castle
    Situated at the end of a path to the S side of Deeside. The castle remains are situated on a sandstone boss around which a quarry was later dug out.
  14. II Holt Hill
    Situated on a prominent hill, off Green Street, overlooking the River Dee.
  15. II New Holt Lodge Farm
    Situated at crossroads where Hugmore Lane meets Francis' Lane and Brynestyn Road.
  16. I Parish Church of St Chad
    Set within a rectangular churchyard, at the end of a lane, and retaining good C19 monuments.
  17. II Pate Gate
    Situated next to the Wrexham Road near the junction with the A534. Now set into the boundary of Sycamore House
  18. II Plas Bostock
    Situated on a sharp bend to the west of the by-road Shepherds Lane, which runs N from the A534 to Gresford.
  19. II Presbyterian Church (including forecourt walls and railings)
    Situated on the W side of Castle Street. The church is set within its own enclosure surrounded by a low sandstone wall surmounted by cast-iron railings.
  20. II Puddleducks (including forecourt walls and railings)
    Situated on the W side of Castle Street, set back in its own garden bordered by cast iron railings, continuous with those in front of the adjacent Presbyterian Church.
  21. II Smithfield House
    Situated on the corner of Castle Street and Wrexham Road, set back behind front garden bordered by iron railings.
  22. II Strawberry Pickers' Barracks at Bellis' Farm
    Situated to the N of Bellis Farm, off the Wrexham Road.
  23. II Sundial in churchyard at Parish Church of St Chad
    Situated on the S side of the churchyard at the Parish Church of St. Chad.
  24. II Village Cross
    Situated at the junction of Castle Street, Church Street and Frog Lane at the former Market Place.
  25. II War Memorial (including railings)
    Situated at the junction of Castle Street, Church Street and Frog Lane at the former Market Place. Set within a square enclosure surrounded by cast iron railings.

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