British Listed Buildings Online
Welcome to British Listed Buildings, an online database of buildings and structures that are listed as being of special architectural and historic interest.
As well as reading the official listing data for each building, you can also view the location on a map, and, where possible, see it in Google Streetview and Bing Birds Eye View. You can also add your own comments, information and photos and view comments and photos submitted by other users of the site.
You can browse for listed buildings by country, county and parish/locality:
Alternatively, you can use the search page to search for buildings by name/description text or by postcode.
Recent Listed Building Comments
As i live in town i can tell you the whole building is flats which includes the old warehouse next door
Andy Williams, 12 April 2014
It is now under the EDf - Hinkley Point ownership and at the moment they wont allow access
Andy Williams, 12 April 2014
The Nag's Head is long gone. I don't know the exact date.
Ron Adams, 12 April 2014
I'm another born in East Haddon Hall on 30/12/1942 my mother being evacuated from Plaistow London E13. Would love to know how long we were there. firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian C Drew, 9 April 2014
So to start; my uncle and aunt live in this beautiful cottage, which is surrounded by 74 acres of woodland, which they also own... The front garden has a amazing stream (which my English Cocker Spaniel loves) and the back garden is just as pretty! The neighbours are very nice [...]
Charity H, 9 April 2014
There is now a web site for Harlow Hill Tower at www.harlowhilltower.org.uk. You can also follow on Twitter via @HarlowHillTower. Lots os useful background and photos.
Harlow Hill Tower, 8 April 2014
This farmhouse has been a Grade II listed building for 60 years. It has been allowed to fall into disrepair such that the eastern part of the roof is about to collapse bringing down that gable end. The owners are doing nothing to preserve the building, which now has missing [...]
Egg Bramhill, 8 April 2014
This property is unoccupied and appears to be suffering the ravages of time. Should by chance, the current owner or other parties know of any information relating to the property Please add info as comments below. We are genuinely interested in the property, but will require a viewing and home report as previously prepared Many Thanks
Bert Taylor, 6 April 2014
And me! George was my 10th great grandfather. He married Isabel Towndrow and they had four sons. Thomas, the eldest, inherited the house. George, the youngest died before his father (who died in 1679). John I know little about. Richard (1637-1707) was my 9th GGrandfather. He lived at Hill Top [...]
Kate Packwood, 4 April 2014
The picture Shown is in fact the former H M Excise office situated on Cardiff Bay Harbour Drive,not the Old Custom House on Custom House Street/East Canal Wharf.
Kim Judd, 1 April 2014
I have passed this Chapel many,many times,always meaning to stop and look around,being very interested in isolated Welsh Chapels. I did visit on the 29th March 2014 when the chapel was surrounded in daffodils.I approached the double gates from the bottom of the slope,the gates are not tall and were painted [...]
Dianne Surrey, 31 March 2014
This Church School was converted to a dwelling in 1965. Now a four bedroom two floor residence with the address Old Church School, 64 Harnham Road. The original ground floor parquet flooring exists.
John Bussey, 31 March 2014