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Listed Buildings

Atworth, 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 35 listed buildings (including some monuments in churchyards) in the modern Civil Parish of Westwood (including Iford)

Grade I

St Mary’s Church

Westwood Manor House

Grade II*

Avoncliff Aqueduct (partly in Winsley)

Iford Manor House

Greenhill House

Grade II

Lower Westwood: Nos. 47, 48, 49, 79, 82-84, 86; Barn at Westwood Manor, Stable at Westwood Manor, The New Inn, The Old Malthouse, some monuments in the churchyard

Upper Westwood: Ashlers, No.109 Avoncliff Lane, Upper Westwood Farmhouse, The Cottage, Walls and gate of Greenhill House

Avoncliff: The Cross Guns, former Chapel at Ancliff Square, former Drying Stove at Ancliff Square

Iford: The Casita, The Cloisters, various other structures in Iford Manor Gardens