Listed Buildings

Holt, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire


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 55 listed buildings (including some monuments in churchyard) in the modern Civil Parish of Holt.

Grade I

There is no Grade I listed building in Holt

Grade II*

The Courts

St Katharine’s Church

Grade II

Ham Green area: 17, 18 Leigh Road, Devon Cottage, Holt House, Nos. 56-59, 60 & 61, 64, 70, bollards around the green, Ham House,, War Memorial, The Toll Gate, Marlborough House, The Old Ham Tree, Ostlers House, Holt Farmhouse,

The Star: Thurles, some monuments in the churchyardForster’s Cottage (former school), Gaston Farmhouse, Avonview Farmhouse, Starfield

Midlands: Nos 125 & 127, 140, J. &T. Beavens’ offices, Spa Pump

The Street: No. 349, The Three Lions, Rose Cottage, Beak House, United Reform Church Hall, some structures in the Courts garden

The Gravel: No. 272. Bradley Lane: Berry Cottage

Holt Manor: Holt Manor House, drive gate piers, Stable at Holt Manor, Old Beer House at Holt Manor

Staverton Bridge (partly in Staverton); Lady Down Farmhouse; Leigh House (former Blackacre Farmhouse); Oxen Leaze Farmhouse; sign at Staverton Bridge.