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Listed Buildings in Hope, Flintshire

  1. II Bridge End Bridge
    Spanning the river Alyn and carrying the A 550 approximately 1km S of Hope and 0.5km W of Caergwrle villages.
  2. I Caergwrle Castle
    Strikingly-sited on a high natural hilltop site in the centre of Caergwrle; accessed via a path leading from the main road.
  3. II Castellated Gateway and Walls at Rhydyn Hall
    Located immediately W of the lane some 100m SE of Bridge End bridge; giving access to the lower approach to Rhydyn Hall and the former spa.
  4. I Church of St Cyngar
    Prominently-sited on a raised circular Celtic Llan in the centre of the village.
  5. II Gatepiers at Bryn Iorcyn Manor
    Situated at the head of the drive which runs W to Bryn Iorcyn Manor House from Bryn Yorkin Road.
  6. II* Gazebo at Plas Teg
    Immediately E of Plas Teg.
  7. II Group of Three Vault Structures immediately N of St Cyngar's Church
    Located immediately N of St Cyngar's Church within the walled churchyard.
  8. II Hope Cottage
    Located on a bend in the lane immediately SE of the parish church, in the centre of Hope village.
  9. II Ice-house NE of Plas Teg
    Within a small mound immediately NE of, and visible from the main Mold to Wrexham road.
  10. II Lilac Cottage
    Set back on a corner site adjacent to a narrow lane leading from Derby Road to the High Street, in the centre of Caergwrle village.
  11. II Milestone at Plas Teg
    On a central reservation on the main road, immediately opposite the N entrance drive to Plas Teg, towards the northern boundary of the community.
  12. II* Pack Horse Bridge
    Spanning the River Alyn in the centre of Caergwrle village, at the end of Fellows Lane.
  13. II Pair of Railed Tombs to S of St Cyngar's Church
    Located approximately 15m S of the church within the raised churchyard.
  14. II Parapetted Steps and Churchyard Walls to SW of St Cyngar's Church
    At the SW corner of the churchyard opposite the junction between Hawarden Road and Kiln Lane; giving access to the raised churchyard.
  15. I Plas Teg
    Prominently-sited, set-back from the main Wrexham to Mold road towards the NW border of the community and set into the gentle slope of the hill; accessed from the road via a pair of gated, sweeping dr
  16. II* Plas-yn-Bwl
    Located at the southern edge of Caergwrle village on an elevated site above the A 541 (Wrexham Road); situated at the end of the lane partly behind low rubble forecourt walls.
  17. II Pont-y-Delyn Photos
    Spanning the Afon Alun immediately S of the road and carrying the old Fagl Lane; approximately 1km W of the village centre.
  18. II Railed and Raised Tomb immediately W of St Cyngar's Church
    Located immediately to the W of the church within the raised churchyard.
  19. II Railed Tomb Monument 30m NW of St Cyngar's Church
    Located NW of the church at the edge of the raised churchyard, opposite Fagl Lane.
  20. II Railed Vault Structure immediately N of the Tower at St Cyngar's Church
    Located immediately N of the church tower, within the raised churchyard.
  21. II Rhanberfydd Farmhouse and Cottage
    Located on the NE side of the main Mold to Wrexham road, approximately 1km E of Hope village.
  22. II* Rhydyn Hall
    Overloking the the river Alyn to the E, on the line of Wat's Dyke, approximately 0.5km E of Caergwrle village centre; accessed via an unmetalled lane running S from the road.
  23. II Sarn House
    Located on a narrow corner plot between Hawarden Road and Sarn Lane in the centre of the village.
  24. II Steps, Gates and Gatepiers to W of St Cyngar's Church
    On the W side of the churchyard, facing the main road.
  25. II Sundial Base at St Cyngar's Church
    Immediately SE of the parish church, within the churchyard.
  26. II Ty Gwyn, including attached wall and outbuildings
    Almost opposite Derby Arms PH.

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