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Welcome to British Listed Buildings, an online database of buildings and structures that are listed as being of special architectural and historic interest.
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Absolutely disgraceful that this listed building and its gardens has been allowed to fall into such a state of disrepair. It has been this way for years.
Jane Martin, 7 February 2017
This once elegant large house right opposite the better known Hill House of Mackintosh has proved to be rather daunting for those wishing to restore it yet in a sustainable way. It has been derelict for some time, but this year (2017) sees renewed interest in a solution. Note that [...]
Jeremy Watson, 7 February 2017
Since 1997 this property has been called Thatchers Cottage. Michael Tiddy Owner
Michael Tiddy, 3 February 2017
We discovered this area today and have to say I agree with many comments left concerning the Throop flour mill. How sad that this amazing building has been locked up and left to decay. It would make a good craft centre or gallery plus tea room. It is [...]
Janet Going, 28 January 2017
I did write to the British Listed Buildings website, some weeks ago, about an error on this page. The Beacon Tower, at the East End of the North Pier, is in Hartlepool with a TS postcode and has nothing at all to do with Otham in Kent.
Stan Laundon, 27 January 2017
I have recently completed site trials for the purpose of cleaning/paint and coatings removal as part of the restoration/renovation works currently taking place. The Farmers Arms section of this structure has a new thatched roof and internal and external restoration is being carried out along with a considerable extension.
Rory, 25 January 2017
George Argyle born 1780 lived at Padley Hall (I believe) when the Pentrich Revolution happened in 1817, (bicentenary this year) the marchers took his manservant who was hid and forced him to march the route, www.pentrichrevolution.org.uk www.spanglefish.com/pentrichrevolution hope this helps?
, 23 January 2017
The Turret clock of All Saints Church was made by Thomas Comins Pollard of Crediton in 1852 whilst he was working in London for EJ Dent. In the same year Dent had won the commission to manufacture the ‘Great Clock’ later known as Big Ben. All Saints turret clock [...]
Barry Healey, 23 January 2017
Correction on comment of 10 mins ago: George, not Gilbert! Of course, you'd have picked it up...
Judith Martin, 20 January 2017
As of January 2017, this church has been unused for the best part of two decades, and is at risk. The owner (not apparently the CofE) is asking an unreasonable price for it, and the parish council is struggling. It may only be Grade II but [...]
Judith Martin, 20 January 2017
https://www.facebook.com/thisbritain/photos/a.314416505362262.1073741828.314405362030043/968790589924847/?type=3¬if_t=notify_me_page¬if_id=1484629479584542 There are several photos posted of the house in this link. One recent, and one from circa 2000.
Linda Rexroad, 19 January 2017
The building needs urgent repair. It can still be rescued and subsequently rented or used by the owners. Please don't let this little gem disappear!
Miklos Bansaghi, 18 January 2017