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
Pleased to report it is still there we got a tour by the current tenant whilst searching for our football. Mum got to go in the old cell.
Emily Davis , 20 August 2014
extract from www.kinnairdhouse.co.uk Architectural details of Kinnaird House The House features a prominent port cochere beneath a battlemented tower in the centre of the entrance (west) front. The ground floor has a drawing room, library and lounge along the south facade, with an east-facing dining room and a billiard room in the [...]
B Russell, 20 August 2014
Dear Violet and Miaad Thank you for placing your comments on this site, regarding Kingmoor House in Harlow Essex, England. If you read this, would you email me on: email@example.com as I would love to communicate with you both and I can send you a photo of me as a 10year old [...]
Barnaby Colin Naughton, 20 August 2014
My name is John Hyett and I am the joint owner with my wife of the listed property known as Thatches. The date of my property is circa 1450 not 1540 as stated in the first comment. I am unable to comment on the beauty or otherwise of my garden [...]
, 18 August 2014
As an addendum to my previous comments regarding Half Yard Barn, Barcombe, East Sussex. Hapless developer Stephen Moffett has surpassed himself with Barcome's once-charming Half Yard Barn. Three and a half years on and he has still not finished. His haphazard development has been a litany of disasters, badly judged changes [...]
David Carter, 18 August 2014
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C.J Hyett, 18 August 2014
What I found interesting was the inclusion on the memorial of a Police Constable, Robert Telford. Telford was fatally injured when he was caught in an explosion caused by a German Air Ship bomb,15 June 1915, he was aged 22. This from the Hexham Courant @]http://www.hexhamcourant.co.uk/2.2961/features/hundreds-of-north-tyne-lads-never-came-back-from-war-1.896866 Men died on the Home Front [...]
Steve Ellwood, 17 August 2014
We had one hell of a good bar out back for many an all night de-brief- the Gettour Inn! 5 of the best years of my life spent there!
SIW Instructor, 16 August 2014
On the building wall is embossed with three years carved inside three garlands. The dates are 1875, 1832 and 1875. It seems then that the central part of the building on the corner was completed in 1832 and the building extended both along Godwin Street and Darley Street in 1875 - [...]
John Yeadon, 15 August 2014
I am originally from Water Mill, NY which was settled by Edward Howell in 1640 just after leaving the Manor. I descended from Edward through both my father and mother but my surname is actually from Richard Howell of Southold. The Manor House, Marsh Gibbon Westbury Manor dates from the [...]
William D Howell Sr, 14 August 2014
Closed as an hotel in 2012.
Andrew Law, 13 August 2014
Just to let you know go the site www.pbase.com/luckytrev/root and go to tree view and go to minister, more photo of bell farm.
Bob Smith, 11 August 2014