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Listed Buildings in Rossett, Wrexham

  1. II 1 Yew Tree Cottages
    On south side of B 5102 Llay Road as it begins to ascend Croes Howell Hill. Approx. 1.2 km west of Rossett, at right angles to road.
  2. II 2 Yew Tree Cottages
    On south side of B 5102 Llay Road as it begins to ascend Croes Howell Hill. Approx. 1.2 km west of Rossett, at right angles to road.
  3. II Ball's Hall
    Set amidst open farmland 1 km north-east of Burton Road. Reached by a private track which leaves Burton Road at its junction with Rosemary Lane and Burton Hall Road to traverse an open field.
  4. II Burton Hall
    Located amidst open agricultural land to the south of Burton Hall Road with a northern aspect. Reached by a private track coming off the south side of Burton Hall Road.
  5. II Canister Cottage
    Situated in its own enclosed garden to the eastern side of the Chester Road. Opposite open agricultural land farmed by Rossett Hall Farm.
  6. II Christ Church
    Located to the north of the B 5102 Chester road as it turns south towards the Alyn Bridge. Reached by a Lych gate with carved bargeboards and an inscription dated 1899.
  7. II Cook's Bridge
    Cook's Bridge crosses the River Alyn to the south-east of Cooksbridge Farm roughly half a kilometre from Rossett Road.
  8. II Cooksbridge Farmhouse
    Situated in open agricultural land near the junction of Rossett Road and Park Lane with the River Alyn, and Cook's Bridge, to the south.
  9. II Darland Hall
    Located to the south of Darland Lane approximately 1km off the B 5445 Chester Road, set back in its own garden.
  10. II Former Stable-block to NE of Trevalyn Hospital
    Located to the south-east of Trevalyn Hall and to the north-east of Trevalyn House, reached by a private drive from Manor Lane.
  11. II Hem House
    Located in open countryside to the east of Rossett Road, approached by a private drive and with walled garden to front.
  12. II Ivy Cottage (formerly known as Ravensbourne Cottages)
    Located at the end of a lane off the east side of Burton Hall Road between Ravensbourne and Burton House with open farm land to the east.
  13. II Llyndir Hall Hotel
    Situated in its own grounds approx. 1 km north of Rossett. Currently reached by new access made from Llyndir Lane.
  14. II Lodge Farmhouse
    Located in open fields at the end of a private drive from the north of Borras Road.
  15. II Lower Honkley Farmhouse
    Located close to the road to the north side of Stringer's Lane between Cherry Cottage and Honkley Hall Cottages. Reached from Burton Green along Cobblers Lane which forms a junction with Stringer's La
  16. II Meifod
    Situated to the north side of Llay Road and to the west of the River Alyn. Adjacent to the former Lodge to Stoneleigh House.
  17. II Mount Alyn Lodge (including gate piers at drive entrance)
    Situated towards the top of Croes Howell Hill adjacent to the south side of the B 5102. The Lodge lies roughly 0.4km to the west of the lower Lodge and Yew Tree Farm.
  18. II Outbuilding range immediately E of Yew Tree Farm
    On south side of the B 5102, Llay Road, as it begins to ascend Croeshowell Hill. Approx. 1.2.km west of Rossett. Immediately to the east of Yew Tree Farm, close to the cottages and adjoining contemp
  19. II Pergola and gazebo at Darland Hall
    Located in the rear garden of Darland Hall to the east side of the Hall.
  20. II Rossett Hall Hotel
    Located in its own grounds and set back from the north side of the B 5445 Chester Road, and with Rossett Hall Farm to the north. Reached by a private drive from the road opposite the corner of Rosse
  21. II* Rossett Mill Photos
    Situated slightly back from the north-west of the B 5102 Chester Road and to the north of the main village of Rossett. Stands in its own grounds with new stable developments to the rear south of the A
  22. II Rossett War Memorial
    Located in the graveyard of Christ Church, Rossett, adjacent to its front wall to Chester Road as it turns a corner towards Marford and crosses the River Alyn.
  23. II The Courtyard (formerly known as Trevalyn Hall Service Wing)
    Situated, and adjoined to, the rear of Trevalyn Hall by a linking corridor and Porter's Lodge. In its own grounds to the south-east of the B5102, Chester Road.
  24. II The Stone House
    Located in its own grounds off the B5102, Llay Road, and approached by private drive. Site enclosed by stone garden walls, to match fabric of house, and containing much of original garden lay-out.
  25. II Trevalyn Farmhouse Photos
    Set back from, and to the east of, Darland Lane on the borders of Trevalyn and Darland and lying in open agricultural land.
  26. II* Trevalyn Hall (including former lodge)
    Situated in its own grounds set back, and to the south-east, of the Chester Road (B5102)
  27. II Trevalyn Hospital (formerly known as Trevalyn House)
    Located off a private drive from Manor Lane which joins the B 5445 Chester Road at the Alyn Bridge. Set within an important garden and pleasure grounds including associated structures.

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