Listed Buildings

Winsley, 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; then Grade II*; Grade II.

There are 58 listed buildings (including some monuments in the churchyard) in the modern Civil Parish of Winsley.

Grade I

Dundas Aqueduct (partly in Monkton Combe, Somerset)

Grade II*

Avoncliff Aqueduct (partly in Westwood)

Turleigh Manor House

Grade II

Winsley: Houses nos. 115, 117, 126 to 128, 146, St Nicholas’ Church, Burghope Manor, Conkwell Grange, Rose garden walls at Conkwell Grange, Wall of Winsley House with stone talbot dogs, Barn E of Manor House, War Memorial, Manor farmhouse, Bleak House,  Murhill House, Winsley Hill canal bridge, The Seven Stars, Scarth, Wesleyan Chapel, The Barn, Atwood monument and some others in the churchyard

Turleigh: Nos. 247, 269 & 270, 273, gate and walls of Turleigh Manor House, Stable block of Turleigh Manor House, Barn at former Turleigh Farm, The Lyns, K6 telephone box, Rose Cottage, The Old Tannery, Turleigh  Mill, Innocks, Stoneleigh, Rock Cottage, Turleigh Down, Turleigh Grange, Turleigh House, Turleigh Cottage, Uplands, Elbow canal bridge

Ashley & Haugh: Little Ashley Farmhouse, Barn at Little Ashley Farm, Monks House, Haugh Farmhouse and barn, Parsonage Farmhouse