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Listed Buildings in Dyserth, Denbighshire

  1. II* Church of St Bridget Photos
    At the centre of the village of Dyserth, within a large churchyard. Stone churchyard wall with triangular coping; steel gates to west, north and south.
  2. II* Clive Engine House, Talargoch Mine Photos
    About 50 m east of the A457 Dyserth to Prestatyn road, south of the Graig Park hotel and country club.
  3. II Coronation Hall (former Chapel)
    Set back from the main street, reached by Maes-y-llys or by a footpath to the side of Chelsea Cottage.
  4. II Craig-y-castell
    To south side of Allt-y-graig, 1/2 km east of Ffordd Talargoch, in a large garden. In the grounds are earthworks of Dyserth Castle and minor masonry traces.
  5. II* Dyserth Hall
    At the corner of Ffordd Talargoch and Dyserth Road. Stone-walled forecourt with iron gate and rails; stone-walled drive from road. Garden to S and W, farmyard (now converted to domestic units) to N.
  6. II Estate Boundary Stone
    At the south-east side of the junction of Lower Foel Road with Cwm Road in Dyserth village, at foot of the garden wall of Anwylfa.
  7. II Ice-house of Bodrhyddan Hall
    At the corner of Bodrhyddan Gardens, about 250 m east of Bodrhyddan Hall and about 100 m north of Dyserth Road.
  8. II Limekiln 2 off Upper Foel Road
    Second limekiln from the north in a group of five surviving at the east side of Upper Foel road (200 m north of Sunningdale).
  9. II Limekiln 4 off Upper Foel Road
    Fourth limekiln from the north in a group of five surviving at the east side of the Upper Foel road (100 m north of Sunningdale).
  10. II Llewerllyd farmhouse
    About 250 m north of the A547 Rhyddlan to Prestatyn road.
  11. II Old Barn at Rhyd Farm
    At right angles to long range of outbuildings at Rhyd farm; opposite entrance to farm from lane.
  12. II Rhyd Farmhouse
    About 1km west of Meliden, on SE side of lane off B 5119.
  13. II Roadside Well opposite Dyserth Hall
    At side of road, just south of turning to Dyserth Hall Mews
  14. II South Agricultural Range at Rhyd Farm
    Between farmhouse and lane; aligned roughly E-W, at right angles to farmhouse.
  15. II Telephone Call-box at Entrance to Car Park for Waterfall
    Set back from the road beyond the Afon Ffyddion stream, at the entrance to the car park for the waterfall opposite Bethel Chapel.
  16. II The Old Manor (Dyserth Care Hotel)
    Set back from the main street on the west side, on a site bounded by the Afon Ffyddion to the south and Glan Ffyddion cul-de-sac to the north; reached by a small private drive.
  17. II Threshing Barn at Tre-castell Farm
    Tre-castell farmyard, 100 m south of Newmarket Road and about 500 m east of Dyserth Village.
  18. II* Tomb group in St Bridget's Churchyard Photos
    About 10 m south-east of the chancel of Dyserth Church.
  19. II Tre-castell Farmhouse
    100 m south of Newmarket Road (A5151), about 500 m east of Dyserth Village. On rising ground facing N; farmyard reached by trackway from main road.
  20. II Viaduct over Dyserth and Cwm Railway
    Over Prestatyn-Dyserth walkway, formerly the Dyserth and Cwm branch railway, about 200 m north-west of Anglia Buildings offices

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