List of Grade I listed buildings in Cheshire


List of Grade I listed buildings in Cheshire

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

Chester

* Iron Bridge, Aldford
* Beeston Castle: walls of outer bailey
* Beeston Castle: walls, towers & gatehouse of the inner bailey
* Lower Carden Hall, Carden
* No 12 Bridge St & row, Chester
* No 39, 30 Bridge St & row, Chester
* No 48 & 50, 48 & 50 Bridge St & row, Chester
* Chester City Walls: Barnabys Tower
* Chester City Walls: Bonewaldesthorne Tower
* Chester City Walls: from Bonewaldesthorne Tower to Pembertons Parlour
* Chester City Walls: Kaleyard Gate
* Chester City Walls: Morgans Mount
* Chester City Walls: from Morgans Mount to Northgate
* Chester City Walls: from Barnabys Tower to Tower E of Bridgegate
* Chester City Walls: from County Hall to Grosvenor Rd
* Chester City Walls: from Eastgate to Thimblebys Tower & gravestones
* Chester City Walls: from Grosvenor Rd to Watergate
* Chester City Walls: from Northgate to Phoenix Tower
* Chester City Walls: from Pembertons Parlour to St Martins Gate
* Chester City Walls: from Phoenix Tower to Kaleyard Gate
* Chester City Walls: from St Martins Gate to Morgans Mount
* Chester City Walls: from Newgate to Barnabys Tower
* Chester City Walls: from Watergate to Bonewaldesthorne Tower
* Chester City Walls: from Thimblebys Tower to Old Newgate
* Chester City Walls: with Tower Base from Kaleyard Gate to Eastgate
* Chester City Walls: from Bridgegate to Drum Tower
* Chester City Walls: Pembertons Parlour
* Chester City Walls: Phoenix Tower
* Chester City Walls: Recorders Steps
* Chester City Walls: SE angle tower & wall of Roman legionary fortress
* Chester City Walls: spur wall & water tower
* Chester City Walls: Thimblebys Tower
* Chester City Walls: drum tower
* No 28 Eastgate St & row, Chester
* Church of St Peter, Eastgate St & row, Chester
* The Eastgate & clock, Eastgate St & row, Chester
* Roman Shrine to Minerva, Chester
* Grosvenor Bridge, Chester
* Old Dee Bridge, Chester
* Remains of Roman Amphitheatre, Chester
* Falcon Inn, Chester
* Bear & Billet Public House, Chester
* Bridgegate, Chester
* No 63 & 65, The Blue Bell, 63 & 65 Northgate St & row, Chester
* Abbey Gateway, Northgate St & row, Chester
* Northgate, Chester & row
* St Marys Centre, Chester
* Cathedral Church of Christ & The Blessed Virgin Mary, Chester
* Former Monastic Buildings, Cathedral Church of Christ & the Blessed Virgin, Chester
* Church of St John the Baptist, Chester
* Watergate, Chester & row
* No 11 Watergate St & row, Chester
* No 17 Watergate St & row, Chester
* Nos 28-34 Watergate St & row, Chester
* No 37 Watergate St & row, Chester
* No 41 Watergate St & row, Chester
* Chester Weir & Salmon Leap, Chester
* Chester Castle: A Block
* Chester Castle: Assize Courts Block
* Chester Castle: B Block
* Chester Castle: Propylaea
* Chester Castle: Agricola Tower, Inner Bailey
* Chester Castle: curtain wall W & SW of Inner Bailey
* [Church of St Edith, Church Shocklach
* Golden gates & overthrow, screens & pair of wing lodges, Eaton
* Eaton Chapel, Chester
* Church of St Mary, Eccleston
* Farndon Bridge
* Church of St Oswald, Malpas
* Church of St Peter, Mickle Trafford
* Abbey Gate College, Saighton: gatehouse and gateway
* Church of St Michael, Shotwick
* Church of St Andrew, Tarvin
* Church of St Mary, Thornton Le Moors
* St Chad's Chapel Rd, Tushingham cum Grindley

Congleton

* Brereton Hall
* Sir Bernard Lovell Telescope, Jodrell Bank Laboratory, Goostrey
* Church of St Luke, Holmes Chapel
* Church of St Mary, Newbold Astbury
* Little Moreton Hall, Odd Rode
* Old Hall Hotel, Sandbach
* Sandbach Crosses

Crewe & Nantwich

* Church of St Mary the Virgin, Acton
* Dorfold Hall, Acton
* Moss Hall
* Church of St James, Stafford St, Audlem
* Church of St Michael, Baddiley Hall Ln, Baddiley
* The Church of St Bertoline, Barthomley
* Highfields, Buerton
* The Church of St Boniface, Bunbury
* The Chapel of St Nicholas, Cholmondeley
* Crewe Hall
* Combermere Abbey, Dodcott cum Wilkesley
* Delves Hall, Doddington
* Doddington Hall
* Woodhey Chapel, Faddiley
* Haslington Hall, Haslington
* Crown Inn, Nantwich
* Churche's Mansion, Hospital St, Nantwich
* Peckforton Castle, Stone House Ln, Peckforton

Ellesmere Port & Neston

* Manor House of Abbey of St Werburgh Chester, Old Hall & Monastery Cottages, Ellesmere Port

Halton

* Halton Castle, Runcorn
* Remains of Norton Priory Rd, Runcorn

Macclesfield

* Adlington Hall
* Chorley Old Hall, Alderley Edge
* Arley Hall: cruck barn
* Church of St James, Gawsworth
* Gawsworth Old Hall
* The Old Rectory, Gawsworth
* Brook St Unitarian Chapel, Knutsford
* Lyme Park, Lyme Handley
* Church of SS James & Paul, Marton
* Church of St Wilfrid, Mobberley
* Church of St Mary, Nether Alderley
* Church of St Lawrence, Peover Hall Park
* Peover Hall: old stable block
* Church of St Christopher, Pott Shrigley
* Church of St Peter, Prestbury
* Church of St Mary, Rostherne
* Church of St Peter, Tabley House
* Tabley House, Tabley Inferior
* Tatton Hall
* Church of St Bartholomew, Church St, Wilmslow

St Helens

* Sankey Viaduct, Burtonwood

Vale Royal

* Church of St Peter, Aston
* Church of St Lawrence, Frodsham
* Church of St Mary & All Saints, Great Budworth
* Belmont Hall Rd, Great Budworth
* Church of St Oswald, Nether Peover
* Church of St Helen, Northwich
* Winnington Hall, Northwich
* Sutton Hall
* Utkinton Hall
* Church of St Mary, Weaverham

Warrington

* Church of St Wilfred, Grappenhall & Thelwall
* Lymm Cross

* Town Hall, Warrington
* Town Hall, Warrington: Western outbuilding
* Town Hall, Warrington: Eastern outbuilding
* Church of St Oswald, Winwick

ee also

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References

[http://www.imagesofengland.org.uk/ English Heritage Images of England]


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