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Listed Buildings in Leeswood and Pontblyddyn, Flintshire

  1. II 10 Alyn Terrace
    Situated to the E of the A541; set back form the road with small front gardens bounded by low brick
  2. II 11 Alyn Terrace
    Situated to the E of the A541; set back form the road with small front gardens bounded by low brick
  3. II 12 Alyn Terrace
    Situated to the E of the A541; set back form the road with small front gardens bounded by low brick
  4. II 13 Alyn Terrace
    Situated to the E of the A541; set back form the road with small front gardens bounded by low brick
  5. II 14 Alyn Terrace
    Situated to the E of the A541; set back form the road with small front gardens bounded by low brick
  6. II 15 Alyn Terrace
    Situated to the E of the A541; set back form the road with small front gardens bounded by low brick
  7. II 6 Alyn Terrace
    Situated to the E of the A541; set back form the road with small front gardens bounded by low brick
  8. II 7 Alyn Terrace
    Situated to the E of the A541; set back form the road with small front gardens bounded by low brick
  9. II 8 Alyn Terrace
    Situated to the E of the A541; set back form the road with small front gardens bounded by low brick
  10. II 9 Alyn Terrace
    Situated to the E of the A541; set back form the road with small front gardens bounded by low brick
  11. II Barn to NE of Pentrehobyn
    Situated on sloping site to north-east of Pentrehobyn house and closing one side of the former walle
  12. II Bethel Calvinistic Methodist Chapel
    Situated at the corner of Oak Park and King Street, set back slightly from the road and behind low b
  13. II Bridge carrying main drive over Servants' Pathway including gate piers at Hartsheath
    Situated to the NW of Hartsheath Hall, the bridge carries the main drive over the ha-ha and sunken s
  14. II Bridge over River Alyn at Hartsheath
    Spanning the River Alyn on the main drive to Hartsheath Hall, N of the A541 Mold - Wrexham Road.
  15. II Bridge over River Terrig at former N Driveway to Leeswood Hall Photos
    Spanning the River Terrig in parkland immediately south of the pair of Lodges flanking the former N
  16. II Bridge over River Terrig near White Gates Cottage Photos
    Situated off the by-road which runs S from the B5444 to Leeswood, near White Gates Cottage.
  17. II Christ Church Photos
    Situated in a walled churchyard, set back from the S side of the A541, to the NW of Pontblyddyn.
  18. II* Coach-house and Stables to NE of Hartsheath
    Situated in the landscape park, at end of track to NE of Hartsheath Hall.
  19. II Farmyard Range to NW of Fferm Farmhouse
    Situated to the NW of Fferm Farmhouse to the N of the track leading to the main house, just before t
  20. I Fferm Farmhouse
    Situated on the N side of the A541, approx. 0.25km to the E of Pontblyddyn.
  21. II Former Dovecote S of Leeswood Hall Photos
    Situated in a field on the W side of the by-road that runs from Mold to Leeswood village, and due S
  22. II Garden Walls and Gateway to S and W of Fferm Farmhouse
    Situated on the S and W sides of Fferm Farmhouse on the N side of the A541.
  23. II* Hartsheath Hall
    Situated in a fine nineteenth century landscape park to the N side of the A541 approximately 0.5 km
  24. II Ice House to NW of Leeswood Hall
    Located on a mound at the S end of the Pond and close to the NE avenue from Leeswood Hall to the Whi
  25. II Ice Tunnels immediately to NE of Hartsheath
    Situated in a stone rubble wall to the NE of Hartsheath Hall.
  26. II Inner Boundary Wall at Pentrehobyn including attached gate piers on main drive
    Bordering the main garden and including the gated entrance from the main drive to the forecourt of t
  27. II* Leeswood Green Farm
    Situated at the end of a track off the main road, Oak Drive, which runs through Coedllai Leeswood.
  28. II* Leeswood Hall Photos
    Situated on the crest of hill close to the by-road from Mold to Leeswood village. Set in an excepti
  29. I Llettau at Pentrehobyn
    Linked to the east side of Pentrehobyn House by a short screen wall.
  30. II* Pair of Lodges flanking N driveway to Leeswood Hall Photos
    Situated facing each other across wide forecourt, linked by late C20 iron work railings. Disused N
  31. II Park Cottage to N of Coach-house and Stables at Hartsheath
    Situated in parkland to the N of the stable block at Hartsheath Hall.
  32. II Pen-yr-Allt Farmhouse and attached byre
    Situated approx. 0.5km to SE of Padeswood and reached along the S side of the by-road which runs thr
  33. I Pentrehobyn Photos
    Set in own grounds south-east of Mold and reached along short drive.
  34. II Plasnewydd Cottage and Farmhouse
    Situated at the end of a track leading from the A5104, approx. 0.5km to the N of Hartsheath Hall.
  35. II Pont Blyddyn
    Situated to the E of the A 5104, at the rear of the Bridge Inn PH, where a former road, now track, c
  36. II Retaining Walls flanking sunken Servants' Pathway at Hartsheath
    Situated to the NW of Hartsheath Hall curving and in part forming the Ha-ha.
  37. II Stables and attached Walled Garden to NE of Pentrehobyn
    Situated to north-east of Pentrehobyn and immediately adjacent to the large barn.
  38. II* The Brewhouse at Fferm Farmhouse
    Situated at the end of the driveway leading to Fferm Farmhouse, to the N sice of the A541 and immedi
  39. II U-shaped Former Stable Blocks and Attached Walls at Leeswood Hall
    Immediately to S and rear of main house. U-shaped complex comprising twin parallel gabled blocks wi
  40. II U-shaped Range of Farm Buildings to the NW of Fferm Farmhouse
    Situated at the end of the driveway to NW of Fferm Farmhouse.
  41. II Walled Garden including Stone Piers, Cottage and Vine House E of Leeswood Hall
    Situated to the NE of the main house on the southern edge of woodland.
  42. I White Gates, Screens and Piers NW of Leeswood Hall Photos
    Situated on the N side of the by-road between Mold and Leeswood Village, situated at the terminus of

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