Listed Buildings of Wrexham

Erddig
Erddig house and gardens from Pennants A Tour in Wales 1778

Listed Buildings of Wrexham.

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Grade I Listed Buildings.

  • Bangor Bridge
    Situated at the end of the High Street crossing the River Dee.
  • Chirk Castle
    The castle stands on a bluff overlooking and controlling the Ceiliog Valley.
  • Chirk Castle Gates, Screen and Piers
    The screen stands on the skyline at the Llwyn-y-Cil entrance to Chirk Castle Park
  • Church of St Mary, Chirk
    The parish church stands at the S end of the main street of Chirk, within its own graveyard.
  • Church of St Mary, Chirk including churchyard walls and lych gate
    Situated in the church yard which is between Bridge Street and Church Street.
  • Entrance Gates and Railings at Newbridge Lodge
    South-western entrance to the Park, on the W bank of the Dee immediately NW of New Bridge
  • Erddig
    Situated c3km W of Marchwiel, reached from a series of by-roads running E from the A483.
  • Halghton Hall
    Reached by a minor road and farm road on the S side of the A525, 4km SE of Bangor-is-y-coed.
  • Holt Bridge
    Spanning the broad River Dee which forms the boundary between Wales and England.
  • Newbridge Lodge
    South-western entrance to Wynnstay Park, on the W bank of the Dee immediately NW of New Bridge.
  • Parish Church of All Saints, Gresford
    Set in rectangular churchyard at the centre of the village.
  • Parish Church of St Chad, Holt
    Set within a rectangular churchyard, at the end of a lane, and retaining good C19 monuments.
  • Parish Church of St Deiniol, Worthenbury
    Located to the west of the centre of the village of Worthenbury, a short distance along Church Road.
  • Parish Church of St Giles, Wrexham
    In enclosed churchyard, standing at southern boundary of town centre to rear of High Street.
  • Pont Cysylltau
    Situated near a looping bend in River Dee between Trevor and Froncysyllte.
  • Pontcysyllte Aqueduct
    Located over the River Dee between Trevor and Froncysyllte.

Grade II Listed Buildings.

Abenbury

  • Cefn Park (including attached stableyard range to N)
    Situated to the east of Cefn Road and surrounded by its own land, Cefn Park is reached by a private drive.
  • Cefn Park Lodge
    Located to the east side of Cefn Road on the private drive to Cefn Park.
  • Erlas Hall
    On the E side of a lane which runs parallel to the western side of Wrexham Industrial Estate.
  • Gates and gate-piers at Cefn Park Lodge
    Located to the east side of Cefn Road in front of the private drive to Cefn Park.
  • Ice-house of Llwyn Onn Hall Hotel
    Situated to the rear of the former farm buildings to Llwyn Onn Hall Hotel.
  • Kingsmills Bridge over River Clywedog
    Partly in the Communities of Offa and Marchwiel.
  • Llwyn Onn Hall Hotel
    Llwyn Onn Hall Hotel is reached via a private track from the east side of Cefn Road at Pentre Gwyn.
  • Pavilion including attached Skittle Alley at Cefn Park
    Situated S of the main house at Cefn Park and W of the path to Cefn Park gardens.
  • The Red Lion Public House
    Near the junction of Abenbury Road with King’s Mills Road.

Acton

  • 95, DEAN ROAD,Wrexham
    Set back in gardens from the west side of Dean Road towards its junction with Borras Road.
  • Acton Park Lodge
    Set back to one side of Acton Park gates.
  • Cherry Hill
    Above the road in extensive grounds, on the edge of the town.
  • Entrance Screen to former drive of Acton Drive
    On the east side of the Chester Road towards the brow of the hill.
  • Former Grove Park School
    To the north of the town centre, on the east side of Chester Road, north of its junction with Powel Road.
  • 35 Chester Street (E Side)
    In a terrace of buildings on the east side of Chester Street to the north of its junction with Holt Street.
  • 93, Dean Road (W Side)
    Set back in gardens from the west side of Dean Road towards its junction with Borras Road.
  • Royal Welch Fusiliers Memorial
    At the junction of Bodhyfryd and Chester Road, sited so as to face down Chester Road.
  • St Giles House
    Set back from the road in its own grounds, near the junction with Park Avenue.
  • The Cottage
    Set back from the road on the corner of Penymaes Avenue.
  • The Lodge
    At the SE entrance to Acton Park, close to the junctions with Dean and Borras Roads.

Bangor On Dee

  • Althrey Hall
    Situated SW of Bangor Is-y-coed, reached from a drive running W from the B5069.
  • Althrey Woodhouse Barn
    Situated immediately to the E of Althrey Woodhouse Farmhouse.
  • Bangor Bridge (Partly in the Sesswick community)
    Situated at the end of the High Street crossing the River Dee.
  • Brynhovah Cottage
    Situated on the W side of the B5069, c1km SW of Bangor.
  • Church of St. Dunawd
    Situated in a rectangular churchyard set back from High Street.
  • Graig Cottage
    Set back from Station Road at the outskirts of the village.
  • Hole in the Wall
    Overton Road (B5069)
  • Old Bridge House
    Situated on High Street opposite the Church of St Dunawd.
  • The Stableyard
    Bangor is-y-Coed
  • War Memorial
    Situated near the end of High Street adjaoining the W end of the churchyard wall.

Bronington

  • 1 Hall Green Cottages, Bronington
    One of a pair of houses set back from a minor road between Redbrook and Higher Wych.
  • 1 Iscoyd Cottages
    One of a pair of cottages on the N side of a minor road between Redbrook and Higher Wych.
  • 1 Smokey Lane
    Set back on the N side of a lane approximately 0.9km NW of Whitewell church.
  • 1 Warren Cottages
    One of a pair of cottages reached by a short private drive.
  • 2 Hall Green Cottages
    One of a pair of houses set back from a minor road between Redbrook and Higher Wych.
  • 2 Iscoyd Cottages
    One of a pair of cottages on the N side of a minor road between Redbrook and Higher Wych.
  • 2 Warren Cottages
    One of a pair of cottages reached by a short private drive.
  • Barn and shippon at Gelli Farm
    On the S side of the farmhouse.
  • Barn at Fenns Old Hall
    On the E side of a minor road from the A495 to Fenn’s Moss, occupying the S side of a farmyard.
  • Bronington war memorial
    To the E of the village at the entrance to the drive to Bronington church.
  • Brunett Farmhouse and Brunett Annexe
    On the W side of a minor road between Eglwys Cross and Lower Wych.
  • Bryn Owen Cottage
    On the N side of a minor road between Redbrook and Higher Wych, approximately 400m NNW of Iscoyd Park.
  • Carriage shelter at Whitewell Church
    On the E side of the churchyard, adjacent to Church House.
  • Chapel House (former Bronington Chequer Methodist Chapel)
    Set slightly back from the road approximately 1.4km W of the road junction at Redbrook.
  • Church Holding
    On the N side of the lane leading to the church, approximately 150m WSW of the church.
  • Church of St Mary
    At the end of a lane reached by minor roads N of the A525 and approximately 1.3km WNW of Redbrook road.
  • Church of the Holy Trinity
    An isolated church to the SE of the village, reached by a short drive on the S side of the A495.
  • Coach house and granary on back drive to Iscoyd Park
    On the W side of the back drive to the N of the house.
  • Crabmill
    On the N side of a minor road W of Mill Lane, approximately 1.2km NW of Bronington village centre.
  • Crofts Bank
    Set back on the N of the A525 on the W side of a junction with a minor road to Whitewell.
  • Crossfield
    On the NE side of a minor road between Redbrook and Higher Wych, approximately 600m NW of Iscoyd Park.
  • Eglwys Cross Cottage
    On the E side of a junction with a minor road, approximately 2km SW of Hanmer.
  • Farm buildings at Higher Lanes Farm
    On the N side of the farmhouse.
  • Fenn’s Moss Peat Processing Works
    An isolated building on the S side of a former railway, approximately 2.2km NE of Bettisfield.
  • Former laundry at Iscoyd Park
    Facing the back drive N of the house.
  • Former shippons at Iscoyd Park
    On the N and E sides of the former stock yard at Iscoyd Park.
  • Former stable and coach house at Green Dragon Farm
    On the SW side of the house.
  • Garden walls and bothy at The Gelli
    On the S side of the house.
  • Gate Lodge
    At the entrance to Whitewell Lodge, opposite the junction with a minor road to Crofts Bank.
  • Gate piers and attached walls to back drive to Iscoyd Park
    The back drive is NW of the house, set back from a minor road to Higher Wych.
  • Gate piers at entrance to Iscoyd Park, including oak pale to park boundary
    To the SW of the house, on the E side of a minor road to Higher Wych.
  • Gelli Farmhouse
    Reached by private road on the N side of a minor road between Tallarn Green and Tybroughton.
  • Green Dragon Farmhouse
    Prominently sited set back on the W side of the road approximately 1km SW of Bronington church.
  • Hall Green Holding
    Set back from a minor road between Redbrook and Higher Wych.
  • Henrwst
    On the E side of a minor road between Higher Wych and Redbrook, approximately 550m S of Higher Wych.
  • Higher Barns Lodge
    On the NW side of a minor road between Lower Wych and Tybroughton.
  • Higher Lanes Bank Farmhouse
    On the SE side of a minor road approximately 1.2km WSW of Higher Wych.
  • Higher Lanes Farmhouse
    On the NW side of a minor road and apprximately 1.8km SW of Higher Wych.
  • Higher Wych
    Set back on the S side of a minor road to the W of the road junction in Higher Wych.
  • Iscoyd Park
    In its own grounds on the N side of the A525 at Redbrook, and E of a minor road to Higher Wych.
  • Iscoyd Park war memorial
    Set back on the WE side of a minor road to Higher Wych, approximately 200m W of Iscoyd Park house.
  • Kennels at Iscoyd Park
    In the yard behind the main stable and coach house block to the E of the house.
  • Kil Green Cottage
    Set back on the S side of a minor road approximately 400m WSW of Higher Wych.
  • Kitchen garden walls at Iscoyd Park
    To the N of the house and service buildings and set back from the minor road to Higher Wych.
  • Lane Farmhouse including attached garden wall
    Set back on the S side of the road approximately 2.9km SW of Bronington village.
  • Lower Wych Bridge (partly in Wigland Civil Parish, Cheshire)
    Spanning the Wych brook immediately NW of Brook Farm.
  • Maes-y-Groes Farmhouse
    On the W side of a minor road between Higher Wych and Redbrook.
  • Maesllwyn House
    Bronington.
  • Manure shed at Iscoyd Park
    In the centre of the stock yard, between the stable and coach house and the walled garden.
  • Miles Cottage
    On the S side of a minor road between Whitewell and Iscoyd Park.
  • Moss Villa
    Just beyond the S end of Chapel Lane, on the S side of a private track.
  • Multi-purpose farm block at The Hully
    On the W side of the house and farmyard.
  • Multi-purpose farm range at Higher Lanes Bank Farm
    On the NE side of the farmhouse.
  • New Hall Farmhouse
    On the W side of New Hall Lane approximately approximately 350m N of the main road junction at Bronington.
  • Parkley Lodge
    At the entrance to Parkley Farm on the S side of a minor road between Whitewell and Iscoyd Park.
  • Pen-y-bryn
    Reached by private road on the W side of a minor road and approximately 1.1km W of Higher Wych.
  • Pigeon house at Iscoyd Park
    In the garden on the n side of the house.
  • Redbrook House
    Set back from the road approximately 250m S of Redbrook road junction.
  • Shippon and piggery at Higher Barns Lodge
    To the SW of the cottage.
  • Shippon at 1 Smokey Lane
    On the N side of the house.
  • Shippon at Brunett Farm
    On the SW side of the farmhouse.
  • Shippon at Bryn Owen Cottage
    On the N side of the cottage.
  • Shippon at Church Holding
    On the SW side of the house.
  • Shippon at Crossfield
    On the N side of the house.
  • Shippon at Hall Green Holding
    On the NW side of the cottage.
  • Shippon at Kil Green Cottage
    On the W side of the cottage.
  • Signpost at road junction in Higher Wych
    On the NW side of the junction, immediately S of the Shothill brook.
  • Sniddlebog Cottage
    Set back on the S side of a minor road between Iscoyd Park and Whitewell.
  • Stable and cart house at Tybroughton Hall
    On the NE side of the house.
  • Stable and coach house at Iscoyd Park
    On the E side of the house.
  • Stable at Gelli Farm
    On the S side of the farmhouse.
  • Stable at Iscoyd Park
    In the yard behind the main stable and coach house block.
  • Stable at The Hully
    On the NW side of the farmhouse, backing on to the road.
  • Stable at Whitewell Church
    On the W side of the churchyard.
  • Stable, groom’s accommodation (The Flat) and dairy at Iscoyd Park
    On the E side of the house.
  • The Gelli
    Reached by private road on the N side of a minor road between Tallarn Green and Tybroughton.
  • The Hully
    On the S side of a minor road approximately 1.6km WNW of Whitewell Church.
  • The Old Rectory
    Set back from the road in its own grounds W of the parish hall.
  • The Vicarage, including attached garden wall
    On the NW side of the parish church.
  • Ty bach at Higher Lanes Bank Farm
    In the garden on the NW side of the house.
  • Tybroughton Hall
    On the NE side of a minor road approximately 2.6km SE of Tallarn Green church.
  • Walls, gate piers and gate between forecourt and service yard at Iscoyd Park
    On the E side of the house.
  • Walls, gate piers and gates to forecourt and formal garden at Iscoyd Park
    Around the S and W sides of the house.
  • Whitewell Lodge, including arcaded screen to garden and wall to service yard
    In its own grounds reached by private drive N of Whitewell Road, approximately 350m SE of Whitewell
  • Whitewell parish hall
    Fronting the road approximately 350m SSE of Whitewell church.

Broughton, Wrexham.

  • Berse Drelincourt Church
    Alongside the road, 400m approx. W of the Wrexham by-pass.
  • Berse Vicarage with Flanking Walls to Garden
    Set back from Berse Road down a drive opposite Berse Drelincourt Church.
  • Broughton Hall and Broughton Hall Farmhouse
    On the NW side of Brynteg, in the angle between Long Lane and Broughton Road.
  • Bryn Seion Chapel
    Alongside the road and prominently sited above the deep valley.
  • Church of St Peter
    Towards the top of Church Road, which is at the NE of Brynteg.
  • Former Plas power Colliery Eastern winding Engine House
    A sandstone building located at the eastern end of the group of former Plas Power Colliery buildings.
  • Former Plas Power Colliery Heapstead
    A long sandstone terrace at the eastern end of the group of former Plas Power Colliery buildings.
  • Former Plas Power Colliery Power House
    Located at the W end of the group of former Plas Power Colliery buildings now known as Southsea Ind Estate.
  • Former Plas Power Colliery Western Winding Engine House
    A tall red-brick building located at the centre of the group of former Plas Power Colliery buildings
  • Former Plas power Colliery Workshops
    Located at the centre of the group of former Plas Power Colliery buildings now known as Southsea Ind Estate.
  • Gatewen Hall
    Set back from the main road and approached via a narrow lane.
  • Millward House
    Close to the roundabout at the NW end of New Broughton, on the N side of the road leading to Souths
  • No 41 Westminster Road (W Side), Pentre Broughton.
    On Westminster Road, N of its junction with Pisgah Road.
  • No 42 Westminster Road (W Side), Pentre Broughton.
    On Westminster Road, N of its junction with Pisgah Road.
  • No 43 Westminster Road (W Side), Pentre Broughton.
    On Westminster Road, N of its junction with Pisgah Road.
  • No 44 Westminster Road (W Side), Pentre Broughton.
    On Westminster Road, N of its junction with Pisgah Road.
  • No 45 Westminster Road (W Side), Pentre Broughton.
    On Westminster Road, N of its junction with Pisgah Road.
  • Orphanage
    Immediatey N of the vicarage, set back from Berse Road opposite Berse Drelincourt Church.
  • The Vicarage
    At the junction of Smithy Road with Higher Berse Road.

 

Brymbo, Wrexham

  • Church of Saint Mary
    On the N side of Brymbo.
  • Former Agent’s House at site of Brymbo Ironworks
    On the hillside to the S of the old ironworks site at Brymbo.
  • Pen-Rhos Engine House
    On the N side of the road running on the W side of the former Steel Works site.
  • Pentre Saeson Foundry Building
    Close to the B5102, between Brymbo and Bwlchgwyn.
  • Stone Chimney at Pentre Saeson Foundry
    Close to the B5102, between Brymbo and Bwlchgwyn.
  • The Bottle Chimney
    Occupies an elevated site to the E of the Brymbo Lead Smelting Works site.

 

 

To be continued.


Sources: Above list from British Listed Buildings.