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Listed Buildings

Limpley Stoke, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire

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Buildings that are considered to be of architectural and/or historic importance have been listed, currently by Historic England (in England). The term “building” is taken loosely and covers all sorts of things in the built environment and can include, for example, telephone boxes. There are three grades: Grade I are considered the most important; Grade II*; Grade II.

There are 27 listed buildings (including some monuments in the churchyard) in the modern Civil Parish of Limpley Stoke

Grade I

There is no Grade I listed building in Limpley Stoke

Grade II*

St Mary’s Church

Grade II

Nos 17-20, 21 & 22, 25, 28, 33, 36 Middle Stoke, former Baptist Chapel, the Hop Pole, 24 Weir House, gates at Weir House, Manor House, Stoke Lodge, War Memorial, Daniel memorial in the churchyard and three others, Chatleigh House, Cleeve Hill House, Lynton Cottage, Lower Hayze, Brook Cottage, Waterhouse, Barn at Brett Farm, bridge over Midford Brook, Limpley Stoke Viaduct (partly in Monkton Combe, Somerset).

Stokeford Bridge is a Scheduled Monument.

Note- what is sometimes called Limpley Stoke Canal Bridge is actually in Winsley.