List of Grade I listed buildings in Cambridgeshire


List of Grade I listed buildings in Cambridgeshire

There are over 6000 Grade I listed buildings in England. This page is a list of these buildings in the county of Cambridgeshire, sub-divided by district.

Cambridge

* Church of St Andrew, Cambridge
* Little Trinity, Cambridge
* Little Trinity: garden walls, railings & gates
* Anstey Hall, Cambridge
* 5 Market Hill, Cambridge
* Chapel of St Mary Magdalene, Cambridge
* Church of St Mary the Great, Cambridge (Grade A)
* School of Pythagoras, Cambridge
* Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Cambridge
* Church of St Botolph, Cambridge
* Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
* Christ's College, Cambridge: Fellows Building
* Christ's College: bathing pool & summer house, inc busts & stone vase
* Christ's College: buildings surrounding entrance court, and SE range of Second Court
* Clare College, Cambridge: buildings surrounding fore & principal courts
* Clare College: Clare Bridge
* Clare College: gates & railings
* Clare College: gateway on Clare Bridge, railings & gates
* Corpus Christi College, Cambridge: buildings surrounding Old & New Courts, & Master's Lodge
* Downing College, Cambridge: E&W ranges, The Hall, The Master's Lodge & the E&W Lodges
* Emmanuel College, Cambridge: buildings surrounding Front & New Courts & the brick building
* The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge: fence along street frontage of main block
* Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge: buildings surrounding Gonville Court & Caius Court inc The Hall, Chapel, Master's Lodge & Gate of Virtue]
* Gonville & Caius College: The Gate of Honour & flanking walls
* Gonville & Caius College: The Gate of Humility
* Jesus College, Cambridge: North range of Outer Court
* Jesus College: buildings surrounding Cloister & Outer Courts, & East range of Pump Court
* King's College, Cambridge: Chapel
* King's College: Fellows' Building
* King's College: King's Bridge
* King's College: Screens & entrance gateway on King's Parade
* King's College: S range of First Court, inc Library & The Former Provost's Lodge
* Magdalene College, Cambridge: buildings surrounding First Court
* Magdalene College: Pepys Building
* Pembroke College, Cambridge: buildings surrounding Old Court & Ivy Court
* Pembroke College: Chapel with Hitcham's Cloister
* Peterhouse, Cambridge: entrance screen to First Court
* Peterhouse: gates & piers of The Master's Lodge
* Peterhouse: buildings surrounding First Court, Old Court & Gisborne Court
* Peterhouse: The Master's Lodge
* Queens' College, Cambridge: buildings surrounding Front Court, Cloister Court, Pump Court & Walnut Tree Court
* Queens' College: Railings & Gates Round Senate House
* Sidney Sussex College: buildings surrounding Hall Court & Chapel Court
* St Catherine's College, Cambridge: buildings surrounding Principal Court
* St Catherines College: railings, piers, gateway & screen wall on East side of Principal Court
* St John's College, Cambridge: buildings surrounding First, Second & Third Courts
* St John's College: gateway & piers adj Old Bridge
* St John's College: gateway to Kitchen Yard to E of Old Bridge
* St John's College: gateway to St John's St to S of college buildings
* St John's College: New Bridge
* St John's College: New Court
* St John's College: Old Bridge
* St John's College: Cockerell Building (Squire Law Library)
* St John's College: Law School & University Offices
* St John's College: The Senate House
* Trinity College, Cambridge: Bishop's Hostel
* Trinity College: Field Gates to Queen's Rd
* Trinity College: Fountain in Great Court
* Trinity College: Buildings Surrounding Great Court, Nevile's Court & New Court, inc King's Hostel
* Trinity College: Trinity Bridge
* Trinity Hall: buildings surrounding Front Court with W range of S Court, The Masters Lodge & The Library

East Cambridgeshire

* Church of Holy Trinity, Bottisham
* St Marys Church, Burwell
* Church of St Mary & the Holy Ghost in Heaven, Cheveley
* Church of St Margaret, Chippenham
* Church of St Peter-Ad-Vincula, Coveney
* Church of St Leonard, Downham
* Church of St Mary, Dullingham
* St John's Farmhouse, Ely (Grade A)
* St John's Farmhouse: barn to SW
* St John's Farmhouse: barn to N
* St John's Farmhouse: dovecote
* Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Ely
* The College, Ely: Great Hall (Bishops Residence)
* The College, Ely: barn & storehouse of the Monastery
* The College, Ely: Bishop's Palace (The Palace School)
* The College, Ely: Cellarers House (Boarding House of King's School)
* The College, Ely: Ely Porta
* The College, Ely: guest quarters of the Monastery
* The College, Ely: Powcher's Hall
* The College, Ely: Prior Craudens Chapel
* The College, Ely: Prior's House
* The College, Ely: Almonry
* The College, Ely: Black Hostelry & Cellarers Chamber
* The College, Ely: Chapel of the Infirmary (Deanery)
* The College, Ely: Dark Cloister
* The College, Ely: Painted Chamber (Walsingham House)
* The College, Ely: Queen's Hall (Headmaster's House)
* The College, Ely: Sacristy Gate & Goldsmith's Tower
* The College, Ely: wall to the garden of Almonry & Painted Chamber
* The College, Ely: walls to the guest quarters of the Monastery & Ely Porta
* Bishop's Palace, Ely: stables
* Church of St Peters, Fordham
* Church of Holy Trinity, Haddenham
* Church of St Andrew, Isleham
* Priory Church of St Margaret of Antioch, Isleham
* All Saints Church, Kirtling
* Kirtling Tower, Kirtling
* Anglesey Abbey, Lode
* Church of St Andrew, Soham
* The Burystead, Sutton
* Church of St Andrew, Sutton
* Church of St Mary The Virgin, Swaffham Bulbeck
* The Abbey, Swaffham Prior
* Church of St Mary, Swaffham Prior
* Church of St Peter, Wilburton
* Church of St Martin, Witcham
* Church of St Mary, Woodditton

Fenland

* Church of SS Peter & Paul, Chatteris
* Church of All Saints, Elm
* Leverington Hall
* Church of St Leonard, Leverington
* Church of St Wendreda, March
* Bell Tower, Church of St Giles, Tydd St Giles
* Church of St Mary, Whittlesey
* 14 North Brink, Wisbech
* Peckover House, 15 North Brink, Wisbech
* Church of SS Peter & Paul, Wisbech

Huntingdonshire

* Church of St Andrew, Abbots Ripton
* Church of SS Peter & Paul, Alconbury
* Church of St Andrew, Alwalton
* Church of St Mary, Bluntisham
* Church of St Mary, Brampton
* Pepys House, 44 Huntingdon Rd, Brampton
* Church of St Mary, Buckden
* Buckden Palace: curtain wall
* Buckden Palace: The Great Tower
* Buckden Palace: The Inner Gatehouse
* Church of Holy Cross, Bury
* Church of St John the Baptist, Bythorn & Keyston
* Church of St Leonards, Catworth
* Church of St Michael, Chesterton
* Church of All Saints, Conington
* Church of St Peter, Easton
* Church of All Saints, Ellington
* Elton Hall
* Church of SS Peter & Paul, Fenstanton
* Church of St Nicholas, Glatton
* Church of All Saints, Grafham
* St Bartholomew's Church, Great Gransden
* Church of Holy Trinity, Great Paxton
* Church of St Andrew, Great Staughton
* Church of St Margaret, Hemingford Abbots
* Church of St James, Hemingford Grey
* The Manor House, Hemingford Grey
* Church of St Mary Magdalene, Hilton
* Church of St John the Baptist, Holywell Front
* Church of All Saints, Houghton & Wyton
* Hitchingbrooke House, Huntingdon]
* Hitchingbrooke House: gatehouse & walls
* Huntingdon Bridge
* 4 Princes St, Huntingdon
* Kimbolton School
* Kimbolton School: gatehouse
* Church of St Andrew, Kimbolton
* Church of St Mary, Leighton Bromswold
* Church of St John the Evangelist, Little Gidding
* Church of All Saints, Morborne
* Church of St Peter, Offord Darcy
* Gatehouse to Ramsey Abbey
* Church of St Thomas A Becket of Canterbury, Ramsey
* Bodsey House, Ramsey
* Ramsey Abbey School
* Stibbington Hall
* Stibbington Hall: gateway & boundary wall to forecourt
* Wansford Bridge, Sibson cum Stibbington
* Church of St John the Baptist, Somersham
* Church of St Leonard, Southoe & Midloe
* Church of St James, Spaldwick
* Chapel of St Ledger, St Ives
* The Bridge, St Ives
* Church of All Saints, Tilbrook
* Church of St Peter, Upwood & The Raveleys
* Church of St Mary Magdalene, Warboys
* Church of St John the Baptist, Wistow
* Church of St Peter, Yaxley

Peterborough

* Church of St Mary, Bainton
* Village Cross, Bainton
* Church of St John the Baptist, Barnack
* Church of St Kyneburgha, Castor
* Milton Hall, Castor
* Milton Hall: stables
* Church of St Stephen, Etton
* Church of St Benedict, Glinton
* Church of St Botolph, Helpston
* Church of St Mary, Marholm
* Church of St Peter, Maxey
* Church of St Andrew, Northborough
* Northborough Manor House
* Northborough Manor House: gatehouse & stable range
* Church of the Holy Trinity, Orton Longueville
* Church of St Mary, Orton Waterville
* Church of St Pega, Peakirk
* Cathedral Church of SS Peter, Paul & Andrew, Peterborough (Grade A)
* Church of St John the Baptist, Peterborough
* Church of St Margaret, , Peterborough
* Longthorpe Tower House
* 16 Precincts, Peterborough
* Chapter Office, 17 Precincts, Peterborough
* 19 Precincts, Peterborough
* Diocesan House, 24 Precincts, Peterborough
* Bishop's Palace, Precincts, Peterborough
* Bishops Gate, Precincts, Peterborough
* Canonry House, Precincts, Peterborough
* Chapel of St Thomas of Canterbury, Precincts
* Deanery Gateway & Wall, Precincts, Peterborough
* Former barns & stabling to S of No 20, Precincts, Peterborough
* Former outbuilding to Laurel Court facing Table Hall, Precincts, Peterborough
* Garden wall & gates to Laurel Court, Precincts, Peterborough
* Great Cloister, Precincts, Peterborough
* Great Gate (Outer Gate, Marsh Foregate), Precincts, Peterborough
* Hostry Passage & Little Dorter, Precincts, Peterborough
* King's Lodging & Abbot's Prison), Precincts, Peterborough
* Laurel Court, Precincts, Peterborough
* Table Hall, Precincts, Peterborough
* Well in the Great Cloister, Precincts, Peterborough
* Thorpe Hall
* Thorpe Hall: former stables
* Thorpe Hall: gateway from garden to stables
* Thorpe Hall: walls, gatepiers & entrance gates
* Walcot Hall, Southorpe
* Bath House or Banqueting House, St Martins Without, Peterborough
* Burghley House, St Martins Without, Peterborough
* Burghley House: North forecourt area railings & gates
* Burghley House: stables, railings, service wings, servants wing, brewery & porters lodge
* Burghley House: the Orangery
* The Bridge, St Martins Without, Peterborough
* Church of St Michael, Sutton
* Church of St Mary & St Botolph, Thorney
* Thorney Abbey & Abbey House
* Church of St Andrew, Thornhaugh
* Church of St Andrew, Ufford
* Ufford Hall, Ufford
* Church of St John The Baptist, Upton
* Church of St Mary The Virgin, Wansford
* Wansford Bridge, Wansford
* Church of All Saints, Wittering
* Gateway & walls to rectangular enclosure, NE, E & SE of Wothorpe Hall
* Wothorpe Towers

South Cambridgeshire

* Church of St Nicholas, Arrington
* Church of St Peter, Babraham Hall
* Church of Holy Trinity, Balsham
* Church of All Saints, Barrington
* Church of St Mary, Bartlow
* Church of SS Peter & Paul, Bassingbourn cum Kneesworth
* Bourn Mill, Bourn
* Church of SS Helen & Mary, Bourn
* Church of St Mary, Comberton
* Church of St Peter, Coton
* Church of All Saints, Cottenham
* Church of St Peter, Duxford
* Church of St John, Duxford
* Church of Holy Trinity, Elsworth
* Church of St Mary, Fowlmere
* Church of St Lawrence, Foxton
* Church of St Mary the Virgin, Gamlingay
* Church of St Mary, Great Shelford
* Church of St Mary, Guilden Morden
* Odsey House, Guilden Morden
* Church of St Mary, Harlton
* Church of All Saints, Haslingfield
* Church of St Edmund, Hauxton
* Church of Holy Trinity, Hildersham
* Church of St Andrew, Histon
* Church of St Peter, Horningsea
* Church of All Saints, Horseheath
* Church of St Mary Magdalen, Ickleton
* St Andrews Church, Impington
* Village College, Impington
* Church of All Saints & St Andrew, Kingston
* Church of All Saints, Landbeach
* Church of St Mary the Virgin, Linton
* Church of All Saints, Longstanton
* Madingley Hall & stable courtyard
* Church of Holy Trinity, Meldreth
* Church of St Andrew, Orwell
* Church of St Mary, Over
* Manor House, Papworth St Agnes
* Church of St Mary, Sawston
* Sawston Hall, Sawston
* The Old Manor House, Swavesey
* Churh of St Andrew, Swavesey
* Denny Abbey, Waterbeach
* Denny Abbey Refectory, Waterbeach
* Church of St Mary, Whaddon
* Church of SS Mary & Andrew, Whittlesford
* Church of St Mary & All the Saints, Willingham
* Wimpole Hall
* Church of SS Mary & Andrew, Whittlesford
* Church of St Mary & All the Saints, Willingham

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References

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