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Listed Buildings in Hanmer, Wrexham

  1. II Arowry House
    On the E side of a minor road at its junction with Striga Lane, approximately 0.7km SE of Hanmer church.
  2. II* Bettisfield Park, including attached garden walls
    Hanmer
  3. II Boundary wall and gateway to NE side of Bettisfield Park
    Set back from New Road and forming the boundary wall of the grounds.
  4. II Brook Farmhouse
    Approximately 1.3km ENE of Hanmer village centre, set back on the N side of aminor road between Arowry and Bronington.
  5. II Bryn Newydd
    Set back from the road at the junction of Bryn Lane and Rock Lane, approximately 1.9km WNW of Horseman's Green.
  6. II Bryn Rossett (West View House)
    Reached by private drive on the S side of the A525, approximately 1.5km NNE of Hanmer.
  7. II Chadwell and Hanmer Village Stores Photos
    On the E side of the main road through the village just N of the main road junction in the village, 130m SE of the parish church.
  8. II* Church of St Chad Photos
    In a large churchyard and the most prominent building in the village, W of The Square and N of Hanmer Mere.
  9. II Cottage and butcher's shop
    In the NE corner of The Square, at its junction with the main road through the village.
  10. II Croxton Farmhouse
    Set back on the N side of the road just W of a crossroads of minor roads to Little Arowry and Three Fingers, approximately 1.6km N of Hanmer.
  11. II Farm Buildings at Bettisfield Park Home Farm
    To the rear of the stables and on the left side of the entrance drive to the Stables from New Road. The buildings comprise the S and W ranges of the farmyard.
  12. II* Gates and gate piers at S entrance to Hanmer churchyard Photos
    On the S side of the churchyard opposite Hanmer Mere.
  13. II Gates, gate piers and railings at NE entrance to Gredington Park
    Set back on the S side of the road through Hanmer, NE of Home Farm and approximately 400m SW of the parish church.
  14. II Gravestone of Edward Lloyd in Hanmer churchyard
    On the S side of the chancel.
  15. II Halghton Forge
    Set back from the road just SE of Halghton Mill and bridge, approximately 3.5km SE of Bangor-is-y-coed.
  16. I Halghton Hall
    Reached by a minor road and farm road on the S side of the A525, 4km SE of Bangor-is-y-coed.
  17. II Halghton Lodge Farmhouse
    On the E side of a minor road S of the A525, approximately 3.5km SE of Bangor-is-y-coed.
  18. II Hanmer Arms Photos
    Fronting the W side of the main road throught the village, 100m NE of the parish church.
  19. II* Hanmer churchyard cross Photos
    On the S side of the nave, and immediately S of the footpath leading from porch to The Square.
  20. II Hanmer Hall Farmhouse
    Approximately 0.6km NE of Hanmer village centre, on the SW side of a minor road S of the A539.
  21. II Hanmer Voluntary Primary School
    On the W side of the parish church.
  22. II* Hanmer war memorial Photos
    Set into the S churchyard wall W of the main entrance and opposite Hanmer Mere.
  23. II* Horseman's Green Farmhouse
    On the N side of the hamlet, set back on the W side of a minor road to the A525.
  24. II Kitchen garden walls, including former vine house, greenhouses and bothies at Bettisfield Park
    To the E of the main house and The Stables.
  25. II Lower House
    Reached by farm track on the N side of the A539, approximately 1.6km WNW of Hanmer.
  26. II Magpie Cottage
    Prominently sited at the W end of Striga Lane, at the main road junction in the village, and opposite Hanmer Mere.
  27. II Mere House
    Set in its own grounds to NW of Hanmer Mere with the driveway entry approx 200m to W of the churchyard.
  28. II Multi-purpose farm building at Bryn Newydd
    On the N side of the house.
  29. II Multi-purpose farm building at Halghton Lodge
    On the SW side of the farmhouse.
  30. II Nickson family tombs, including railings, in Hanmer churchyard
    To the SE of the chancel, immediately adjacent to The Vicarage and its back garden wall.
  31. II Onion tower and attached walls at Bettisfield Park
    To the E of The Stables.
  32. II Pandy Holding
    Set back on the W side of Halghton Lane just S of its junction with the A525.
  33. II Peartree Farmhouse
    Set back from Peartree Lane approximately 1.4km WNW of Horseman's Green.
  34. II Revetment and balustrade to forecourt and formal garden of Bettisfield Park
    On the S and W sides of the house.
  35. II Sundial in Hanmer churchyard Photos
    In the churchyard SE of the porch.
  36. II* The Bryn
    Reached by a short farm road on the E side of Bryn Lane, approximately 1.6km W of Horseman's Green hamlet.
  37. II The Cottage
    In the SE corner of The Square, at its junction with the main road through the village.
  38. II The Dukes
    On the N side of a minor road approximately 1km WSW of Horseman's Green.
  39. II* The Stables at Bettisfield Park
    On the N side of the house and reached by a separate entrance from New Road.
  40. II The Vicarage Photos
    Immediately E of the churchyard.
  41. II* The Wern
    Accessed via a drive running N from the A539 1km approx. W of Hanmer village.
  42. II Tomb of Henry Parry in Hanmer churchyard
    On the S side of the chancel.
  43. II Top House Farmhouse
    Set back on the E side of a minor road just N of its junction with Striga Lane, approximately 0.7km SE of Hanmer church.
  44. II Top Lodge
    To the NE of and beside the main entrance drive to the house, set back from New Road behind the park boundary wall.
  45. II Water tower at Bettisfield Park
    To the N of the house and SE side of The Stables.
  46. II West View
    Set back on the E side of a minor road at the S end of the hamlet.
  47. II Willington Lodge, including attached farm buildings
    On the S side of a minor road approximately 0.5km E of Horseman's Green.

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