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Listed Buildings in Holywell, Flintshire

  1. II 1
    Prominently sited facing SE along the High Street.
  2. II 1
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in slope, facing Nos 14 to 29 (NW side).
  3. II 10
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in slope, facing Nos 14 to 29 (NW side).
  4. II 11
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in slope, facing Nos 14 to 29 (NW side).
  5. II 12
    Set into a line of frontages towards the NW end of the street.
  6. II 12
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in slope, facing Nos 14 to 29 (NW side)
  7. II 12A (including D.W. Roberts & Son)
    Set into a line of frontages towards the NW end of the street
  8. II 13
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in slope, facing Nos 14 to 29 (NW side).
  9. II 14
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side).
  10. II 15
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side).
  11. II 15 (Threshers)
    Stepped down and back from the Midland Bank to right
  12. II 16
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side).
  13. II 17
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side).
  14. II 17, Midland Bank (including Bank chambers)
    Prominent building towards the NW end of the street with lane to the right
  15. II 18
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side).
  16. II 1a
    Prominently sited facing SE along the High Street.
  17. II 2
    Prominently sited facing SE along the High Street.
  18. II 2
    On the corner with Cross Street; set in the slope.
  19. II 2
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in slope, facing Nos 14 to 29 (NW side).
  20. II 21
    At a splayed angle to the road midway up the hill. Red brick forecourt wall with Gothic inspired caps to the gate piers. Formerly Ysgol-y-Fron.
  21. II 23
    Midway along the street, stepped down and back from London House to right.
  22. II 25
    Midway along the street, stepped down and back from London House to right
  23. II 27
    Midway along the street, stepped down and back from London House to right.
  24. II 29
    Midway along stepped up from adjoining properties to left; The Mews to right.
  25. II 2a
    Holywell
  26. II 3
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in slope, facing Nos 14 to 29 (NW side).
  27. II 3 (Frank Beech)
    On the corner with Cross Street; set in the slope.
  28. II 3 (The Apple Tree)
    End on to the street, midway along between Caernarvon Square and Bank Court. Once a draper's shop and known as Manchester House
  29. II 4
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in slope, facing Nos 14 to 29 (NW side).
  30. II 4 (Exchange House)
    Stepped up from neighbouring properties close to corner with Cross Street.
  31. II 5
    Set in the slope facing along Whitford Street.
  32. II 5
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in slope, facing Nos 14 to 29 (NW side).
  33. II 6
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in slope, facing Nos 14 to 29 (NW side).
  34. II 6 (Exchange House)
    Stepped up from neighbouring properties close to corner with Cross Street.
  35. II 7
    Stepped in the slope immediately above the modern road. (A 5026); at the base of the upper part of Bank Place.
  36. II 7
    Set in the slope facing along Whitford Street.
  37. II 7
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in slope, facing Nos 14 to 29 (NW side).
  38. II 8
    Stepped in the slope immediately above the modern road. (A 5026); at the base of the upper part of Bank Place.
  39. II 8
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in slope, facing Nos 14 to 29 (NW side).
  40. II 8 (Harris & Rushton)
    Stepped down from neighbouring properties and set back.
  41. II 9
    At the junction with Pen-y-Ball Street and Whitford Street; stepped forward from the adjoining No 1 Pen-y-Ball Street and set in the slope.
  42. II 9
    Midway along the street, at a splayed angle. Rubble boundary wall with brick gate piers.
  43. II 9
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in slope, facing Nos 14 to 29 (NW side).
  44. II Abbey House
    Reached off Greenfield Road down lane to SE of the Alpha United
  45. II* Agricultural Range to south side of the Framyard at the Grange
    The Grange farmhouse is situated at the top end of the lane, reached S from the Holyway area. This building is to SW of the modern farmhouse; faces N.
  46. I Basingwerk Abbey
    Near the N end of the Greenfield Valley.
  47. II Betnea
    Set back slightly from the road; detached
  48. II Crystal Designs
    Below the road (A 5026), beside car park. Stepped in the slope
  49. II Facade of Former Town Hall
    Midway along the street. Only the facade is retained - modern shops behind.
  50. II Feathers Inn Public House.
    On the W corner with Pen-y-Ball Street; facing NE down Cross Street.
  51. II Fomer Coach House & Stables at Plas-Yn-morfa
    Immediately to rear of Plas-yn-Morfa. Situated between main coastal road and the Chester to Holyhead Railway. Plas-yn-Morfa is reached along short drive.
  52. II Former Chapel at Lluesty Hospital
    Immediately to N of the main hospital building with E gable end facing the road.
  53. II Funny Business
    Below the road (A 5026), beside car park. Stepped in the slope.
  54. II Gatehouse to St. Winefride's Chapel & Well
    Set in the clope on the corner to N of St Winefride's Chapel and Well.
  55. II Glanllyn
    Approximately 0.5km SE of the junction with Greenfield Road (B 5121). Set back behind small forecourt.
  56. II Glyn Abbot
    Holywell
  57. II Greenfield House
    Set back from the road on corner of the lane to Abbey Farm. Iron-railed boundary wall with chamfered stone gate piers to main entrance.
  58. II Groed Onen Windmill
    Set back from the bend in the road on the edge of the town centre.
  59. II Holway House
    Immediately beside the western boundary of Holywell Community Council area. Reached up short drive, approximately 0.25km W of the junction with Holway Road. Rubble boundary wall with gate piers.
  60. II Holy Trinity Church
    Set in small churchyard near NE end of Greenfield; E end faces main road.
  61. II Holywell County Court
    Detached forward to the street.
  62. II* Holywell Junction Railway Station
    Situated at the far end of the road on the SW side of the coastal railway.
  63. II Hotel Victoria
    Detached, facing NW down the High Street; Halkyn Street to right.
  64. II Lluesty Hospital
    High up near the S end of the Community Council area; approximately 1km from the town centre.
  65. II Maes-Y-Dre
    Set back behind raised forecourt with railings curving around at ends, at right running back towards screen wall linking No 10 and the neighbouring chapel; round arched entrance to courtyard of Maes-y
  66. II Maggies Kitchen
    At the bottom of the street, stepped in the slope and adjoining the rear of Feathers Inn PH (Whitford Street).
  67. II Masonic Hall
    Long building at right angles to the road and to left of Nos 10 and 12; set back behind walled forecourt.
  68. II Minffordd Cottage
    Below the main coast road near the NW boudary of the Holywell Community Council area. Reached via main entrance to Bodlondeb Farm. Detached to NW.
  69. II National Westminster Bank
    On the corner with Panton Place towards the SE end of the street.
  70. II No.1 Pen-Y-Ball Street,,,,,clwyd,
    At the junction with Cross Street and Whitford Street; set in slope and set back from No 9.
  71. II No.1 Well Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Detached and set back close to the NW end of the High Street; opposite No 8 and with side elevation facing modern road (A 5026).
  72. II No.19 Panton Place,,,,,clwyd,
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side).
  73. II No.20 Panton Place,,,,,clwyd,
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side)
  74. II No.21 Panton Place,,,,,clwyd,
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side).
  75. II No.22 Panton Place,,,,,clwyd,
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side).
  76. II No.23 Panton Place,,,,,clwyd,
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side).
  77. II No.24 Panton Place,,,,,clwyd,
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side).
  78. II No.25 Panton Place,,,,,clwyd,
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side).
  79. II No.26 Panton Place,,,,,clwyd,
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side).
  80. II No.27 Panton Place,,,,,clwyd,
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side).
  81. II No.28 Panton Place,,,,,clwyd,
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side).
  82. II No.29 Panton Place,,,,,clwyd,
    Planned terrace leading off the SW side of the High Street; adjoins National Westminster Bank at NE end; Memorial Gardens to SW end. Set in the slope, facing Nos 1 to 13 (SE side).
  83. II No.44 Well Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set in the slope opposite the Old Vicarage; detached to the right. Good forecourt railings with latticework, round-headed gateposts.
  84. II No.46 Well Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set in the slope opposite the Old Vicarage; detached to left. Good forecourt railings with latticework, round-headed gateposts.
  85. II No.8 Well Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Close to the NW end of High Street and with gable end facing modern road.
  86. II Old Bank House
    Set back behind raised forecourt with railings curving around at ends, at right running back towards screen wall linking No 10 and the neighbouring chapel; round arched entrance to courtyard of Maes-y
  87. II Old Vicarage
    Set in the slope above Plas Dewi to S of the St James' Parish Church. Red brick forecourt wall with low cast-iron railings; gated entry uphill with panelled gate piers.
  88. II* Parish Church of St. James Photos
    Immediately above and to E of St Winefride's Well Chapel; churchyard to S. Also reached from the lower end of Well Street.
  89. II Pedestal & Statue of Christ (outside the former St. Winefride's school)
    On elevated site above the road, immediately N of St Winefride's Voluntary Primary School; facing downhill and set on a high pedestal. Reached by stone steps from the pavement.
  90. II Pillar Box on Pavement (outside no. 6 High Street)
    At the NW end of the street near the corner with Cross Street.
  91. II Plas-yn-Morfa
    Situated between the main coast road and the Chester to Holyhead Railway. Set in its own grounds and reached from the main road along short drive.
  92. II Presbytery at St.Winefride's Roman Catholic Church
    Adjoining the right hand side of St Winefride's RC Church; set in the slope with steeply terraced gardens to rear down to New Road.
  93. II Railway Bridge Spanning the main coast road on a skewed line
    0.3km from SE of the Junction with Greenfiled Road and Bagillt Road
  94. II Royal Oak PH
    Below the road approximately 0.5km N of St Winefride's Well. Detached and entered from N.
  95. II Signal Box at Holywell Junction Railway Station
    Immediately NW of the railway station; set between the main line tracks.
  96. II St Winefride's Roman Catholic Church
    On slopping site set back from the new road (A 5026). Presbytery to right.
  97. I St. Winifrides's Chapel & Well Photos
    Immediately below the Parish Church. The steeply sloping site is used to best advantage by placing the chapel over the well.
  98. II* Stokyn Hall
    Holywell
  99. II Tabernacle English Congregational Church
    Set back from the road behind walled and railed forecourt with pedimented end piers.
  100. II Telephone Call-box outside The Post Office
    Set against the front wall of the Post Office, at right hand corner.
  101. II Territorial Army Drill Hall
    Midway along the street, at a splayed angle. Rubble boundary wall with brick gate piers.
  102. II The King's Head PH
    Detached to left, at the top (SE) end of the street by Victoria Square.
  103. II The Mount
    Holywell
  104. II The Red Lion PH
    Set into the line of street frontages near facade of former Town Hall.
  105. II The Surgery
    Set back slightly from the road; detached.
  106. II The Valley Lodge
    Set back slightly from the road; detached.
  107. II The Woodlands
    Holywell
  108. II Vron Chambers (John Morris & Co.)
    Set forward to right of King's Head Hotel; lane to right beside Post Office.
  109. II War Memorial Gates, Railings & Stone Piers
    Closing the top of Panton Place at the entrance to the Memorial Gardens; the piers adjoin the ends of the two brick terraces.

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