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Listed Buildings in Overton, Wrexham

  1. II ,2,HIGH STREET,Overton,,CLWYD,
    Forms a terrace at the N end of the High Street at its junction with Wrexham Road.
  2. II ,26,SALOP ROAD,Overton,,CLWYD,
    Set back from the road at the edge of the village.
  3. II 1st Outbuilding to Gwydyr House
    Abuts the pavement at the corner of Pen-y-llan Street and High Street.
  4. II 2nd outbuilding to Gwydyr House
    Abuts the pavement at the corner of Pen-y-llan Street and High Street.
  5. II Argoed Farmhouse
    Down a short drive, close to the junction of Argoed Lane and Bangor Road.
  6. II Ash Grove
    Towards the junction of the B5069 and the A528 Overton to Ellesmere Road.
  7. II Asney Park Farmhouse
    To the north of the community, in a loop of the River Dee about 5km NW of the village, approached from a lane running N of the A539 just E of Overton Bridge.
  8. II Barton's Bridge
    Ellesmere Rural, Shropshire, SY12
  9. II Barton's Bridge
    Carries the B5069 across the Shell Brook which forms the border between Wales and England and the counties of Clwyd and Shropshire. On a bend in the road, approximately 4km SW of Overton.
  10. II Bryn Cottage, including iron forecourt railings
    Near east end of S side of Wrexham Road.
  11. II Bryn-y-Pys Estate Office
    At the southern end of High Street, at the corner with Pen-y-llan Street.
  12. II Bryn-y-Pys Lodge
    At the western end of the village, next to the gates which formerly led to the drive to Bryn-y-Pys Hall.
  13. II Byre/Stable Range at Gwalia Farm
    Parallel to the street, forming the S boundary of a yard to the E of Gwalia Farmhouse.
  14. II Candlewick Cottage
    Set back from the road at the edge of the village.
  15. II Church Cottage
    Alongside the churchyard, at the end of a row of commercial buildings and houses.
  16. II* Church of Saint Mary
    At right-angles to High Street, in churchyard which runs between High Street and School Lane.
  17. II Cintra
    Opposite the Bryn Y Pys Arms Public House.
  18. II Dispensary Row
    Towards the junction of Wrexham Road and High Street, adjoining Pendas House on High Street.
  19. II Dispensary Row
    Towards the junction of Wrexham Road and High Street, adjoining Pendas House on High Street.
  20. II Dispensary Row
    Towards the junction of Wrexham Road and High Street, adjoining Pendas House on High Street.
  21. II Dispensary Row
    Towards the junction of Wrexham Road and High Street, adjoining Pendas House on High Street.
  22. II Dispensary Row
    Towards the junction of Wrexham Road and High Street, adjoining Pendas House on High Street.
  23. II Dispensary Row
    Towards the junction of Wrexham Road and High Street, adjoining Pendas House on High Street.
  24. II Dispensary Row
    Towards the junction of Wrexham Road and High Street, adjoining Pendas House on High Street.
  25. II Dispensary Row
    Towards the junction of Wrexham Road and High Street, adjoining Pendas House on High Street.
  26. II Fairfield
    Opposite the corner with Millwood Rise.
  27. II Farm-Buildings and Icehouse at Llan-y-Cefn
    Built against the slop on the approach of Llan-y-Cefn.
  28. II Ferndale
    Opposite the Bryn Y Pys Arms Public House.
  29. II Former Lloyd's Bank Premises
    Towards the junction of Pen-y-Llan Street and Salop Road, adjoining the former Cocoa Rooms.
  30. II Former Stable-Range including Dovecote at Bryn-y-Pys
    Approximately 2 km N of Overton; reached off the by-road that links the A539 and B5069. Situated S of the River Dee on the edge of parkland and immediately to the E of the site of Bryn-y-Pys House.
  31. II Gate Piers and Gates to former Bryn-y-Pys Hall
    At the western edge of the village, next to Bryn-y-Pys Lodge.
  32. II Gwalia
    Set back from the road west of Gwalia Farm, alongside the track leading to Llan-y-Cefn.
  33. II Gwalia Farmhouse
    Close to the road on the corner with the lane leading south to Knolton Bryn.
  34. II Gwaylod House
    On the corner of the main Overton-Wrexham road and the lane leading to Asney Park Farm, close to the River Dee.
  35. II Gwydyr House (former RS & P Garden Machinery Specialists)
    Prominently sited on the SE side of Overton at the crossroads of the A 539, A 528 and B 5069; on the corner between Pen-y-llan Street and Church Road.
  36. II House, including iron forecourt railings.
    Near east end of S side of Wrexham Road.
  37. II Jubilee Pump
    Set back in a small brick-walled recess immediately adjoining the former Police Station.
  38. II Kew Cottage
    Opposite the Bryn Y Pys Arms Public House.
  39. II* Knolton Hall
    On the western edge of the Community, approached by a drive which leaves the main road at the top of Barton’s Bank.
  40. II Knolton Mission Church
    On the S side of the lane leading to Knolton Bryn, c300m from the A528.
  41. II Lightwood Hall Farmhouse
    On the western edge of Lightwood Green, about 4km SE of Overton village.
  42. II* Llan-y-Cefn
    Approached by a track adjacent to Gwalia, and about 1 km from the road, above the River Dee.
  43. II Metcalfe Building
    Part of a continuous building line on High Street, adjoining the White Horse Public House.
  44. II Metcalfe Building
    Part of a continuous building line on High Street, adjoining the White Horse Public House.
  45. II Mile Post adjacent to Trotting Mare Public House
    Alongside the road, adjacent to the car park of the Trotting Mare Public House on the boundary of Overton Community.
  46. II Mile Post opposite drive to Queensbridge
    Opposite the drive to Queensbridge, on the edge of a ditch alongside the main road.
  47. II Min-Yr-Afon
    Close to Overton Bridge, alongside the River Dee.
  48. II No 1, High Street (W Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Forms a terrace at the N end of the High Street at its junction with Wrexham Road.
  49. II No 16, Salop Road (W Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the edge of the village, set back from the road in narrow gardens.
  50. II No 17 High Street E Side (Previously Listed As Chemist and Bank),,,,,clwyd,
    Between Church Cottage and the White Cottage.
  51. II No 17, Salop Road (W Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the edge of the village, set back from the road in narrow gardens.
  52. II No 18 High Street E Side (Previously Listed As Chemist and Bank),,,,,clwyd,
    Between Church Cottage and the White Cottage.
  53. II No 18, Salop Road (W Side),,,,,clwyd,
    On the edge of the village, set back from the road in narrow gardens.
  54. II No 3, High Street (W Side),,,,,clwyd,
    Forms a terrace at the N end of the High Street at its junction with Wrexham Road.
  55. II Outbuildings attached to rear of Fairfield
    Opposite the corner with Millwood Rise.
  56. II Outbuildings to Gwaylod House
    On the corner of the main Overton-Wrexham road and the lane leading to Asney Park Farm, close to the River Dee.
  57. II Overton Bridge
    Spans the River Dee at the boundary of Overton and Erbistock Communities, approximately 3km NW of the Overton.
  58. II Park View
    Overton
  59. II Pen Dyffryn
    On the edge of the village, above the steep slope of the valley of the Dee, set back from the road in tree-lined grounds.
  60. II Pen-y-Llan House
    On the corner of Pen-y-Llan Street and High Street, prominently sited to face down High Street.
  61. II Pendas House
    On the W corner of Turning Street, in a prominent position facing down High Street.
  62. II Plas-yn-Coed Farmhouse
    About 2km from the road, down a drive circa one and 3km east of the centre of the village.
  63. II Poulton Bridge
    Carries Cloy Lane over a small stream towards the NW boundary of the community, about 5km NW of the village.
  64. II Quinta Cottage
    Immediately adjacent to outbuildings to the rear of The Quinta on High Street.
  65. II Railings and Gates (to 16, 17 & 18)
    On the edge of the village, set back from the road in narrow gardens.
  66. II Railings to forecourt of Gwaylod House
    On the corner of the main Overton-Wrexham road and the lane leading to Asney Park Farm, close to the River Dee.
  67. II Saint Mary's House
    At the southern end of High Street, at the corner with Pen-y-llan Street.
  68. II Stable-Block at Gwernheylod
    Approximately 2 kms N of Overton; reached off the by-road that links the A539 and the B5069.
  69. II Telephone Call-box
    Situated on S corner with Willow Street.
  70. II The Brow
    On the western edge of the village, set back from the road in tree-lined grounds immediately above the steep slope of the Dee Valley.
  71. II The Homestead
    In a narrow plot of land alongside a lane W of the main settlement of Knolton Bryn.
  72. II The Old Smithy, including iron forecourt railings
    Near east end of S side of Wrexham Road.
  73. II The Quinta
    At the northern end of High Street, on its junction with Turning Street, facing down Wrexham Road.
  74. II Top Farmhouse
    Towards the SW boundary of the community, W of the main settlement of Knolton Bryn.
  75. II Ty Gwernen
    Just to north of the village, on the edge of the built-up area.
  76. II Wall with two former Outbuildings
    Abuts the pavement at the corner of Pen-y-llan Street and High Street.
  77. II War Memorial
    Set back from the pavement opposite the church.
  78. II West Lodge to Bryn-y-Pys
    About 2km from the centre of the village, alongside a track leading to Bryn-y-Pys Home farm.
  79. II White Cottage
    Between the White Horse Public House and Nos.17-18.
  80. II White Horse Public House
    Part of a continuous building line on High Street, between No.20 and Metcalfe Building.

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