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Listed Buildings in Prestatyn, Denbighshire

  1. II Christ Church Photos
    On rising ground to the east of High Street, with a large graveyard mainly to south; lychgate to street, prominent war memorial.
  2. II Christ Church Vicarage
    To east of High Street, 100 m north-west of Christ Church, in a walled garden. Surrounding limestone rubble garden wall with Gothic wrought-iron gates to east. Gothic timber door to west, similar ga
  3. II* Church of St Melyd Photos
    In the village of Meliden, at the north junction of Ffordd Talargoch with Meliden Road.
  4. II East Range of Farm Buildings at Pydew Farm
    Attached to Pydew Farmhouse at N.
  5. II Foelnant Telegraph Station (former)
    In isolation, about 250 m to the south of Gronant Road and about 1 km west of Gronant village
  6. II Former Goods Shed
    At south side of railway line, east of present railway station, reached via yard at east of High Street
  7. II Goods Shed
    In Meliden reached by Ffordd Tanrallt and Pen-y-maes, at west side of the former Prestatyn to Dyserth branch railway.
  8. II Hillside Gardens Shelter Photos
    To the south side of Hillside, about 150 m east of junction with Bishopswood Road.
  9. II Limekiln
    To E of Bishopswood Road alongside track.
  10. II Llys Isfryn Farmhouse
    In Llys farmyard about 300 m to the north east of Ffordd Penrhwylfa and 200 m west of Meliden Road.
  11. II Lychgate at Christ Church
    At entrance to Christ Church graveyard.
  12. II Lychgate at Church of St Melyd
    Facing Ffordd Talargoch, Meliden.
  13. II Mountain Ash
    Midway between St Melyd's church and the Melyd Arms public house.
  14. II Nant Hall Hotel
    Located in Prestatyn Road (to south of Prestatyn Golf Course), set back 100 m to the north side.
  15. II Nant Mill
    To the north side of Gronant Road, about 50 m west of the junction with Nant Drive. Set into the slope with a large millpond to the south.
  16. II North Range of Farm Buildings at Pydew Farm
    About 60 m north-north-west of Pydew Farmhouse.
  17. II Old Farmhouse at Pydew Farm
    At N end of Pydew Farmyard.
  18. II Old Station
    At south side of railway line, east of present railway station, reached via yard at east of High Street.
  19. II Plâs Ifan
    Close to Fforddlas with a square walled garden to rear and side. Rubble stone wall to front, with steel gates.
  20. II Plasnewydd Farmhouse
    About 500 m north of a minor road from Prestatyn to the B5119 Rhyl to Dyserth road, north of a caravan park.
  21. II Presbytery of the Roman Catholic Church of SS Peter and Frances
    To south of Plâs Avenue about 100 m east of junction with Clwyd Avenue.
  22. II Presents With A Difference
    On the west side of High Street, at right of centre of a terrace of shops situated between Maes-y-groes and Fern Avenue.
  23. II Pydew Farmhouse
    About 1 km north-east of the B5119 Rhyl to Dyserth road, reached by a minor road and a farm lane. The farmhouse forms the S side of a large farmyard.
  24. II Retaining Wall of Meliden Railway Yard
    On the west side of the yard of Meliden goods shed, facing Pen-y-maes.
  25. II Roman Catholic Church of SS Peter and Frances Photos
    To south of Plâs Avenue about 75 m east of junction with Clwyd Avenue.
  26. II Shelter Shop
    On the west side of High Street, at left of centre of a terrace of shops situated between Maes-y-groes and Fern Avenue.
  27. II Tai Tywyn
    To the west side of Glan-y-gors, close to junction with Victoria Park Avenue
  28. II The Priory
    To the west side of Ffordd Penrhwylfa, about 400 m from Meliden Road. Front wall to garden with finials on gatepiers; timber gate with horseman's latch.
  29. II War Memorial at Christ Church Photos
    Close to the west end of Christ Church, within the churchyard.
  30. II West Range of Farm Buildings at Pydew Farm
    About 30 m north-west of Pydew Farmhouse

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