Manchester UK

Manchester’s Major Listed Buildings (2)


Alphabetical Listings

Listed by Street Name:

A
B C
D E
F G
H J
K L
M N
O P
Q R
S T
U V
W Y

D

Daisy Bank Road, Rusholme:
– 80, Newbury. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 84-106, Addison Terrace. Grade II, 7.6.73
– 108-112 (even numbers), Buckingham Crescent. Grade II, listed
3 Oct 1974.
– 114 & 116, Buckingham Crescent. Grade II, listed 3 Oct
1974.
– 118 & 120, Buckingham Crescent. Grade II, listed 3 Oct
1974.
– 65, Summerville. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Edgar Wood Centre – formerly First Church of Christ Scientist.
Grade I, listed 18 Dec 19 63. (Upgraded 6 Jun 1994.)
– Arched Gateway-Edgar Wood Centre. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Dale Street, City Centre:
– 3, Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 22, Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 24, 26 & 28. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 56, Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 58, Eleska House. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 64 & 66. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 68. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 5 & 7, Sevendale House. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Dale Warehouse, former warehouse of the Rochdale Canal Company.
Grade II, listed 10 Oct 1972.
– Entrance Archway and Lodge, Rochdale Canal Company. Grade
II, listed 10 Oct 1972.
– 25 & 27. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 29 & 31. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 33, Bradley House. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 35. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 45. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 47. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 49 & 51. Grade II, 17.9.92
– 53 & 55, Langley Buildings. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 57, Industry House. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 75, Rochdale Canal Company office. Grade II, listed 6 Jun
1994.

Danes Road, Rusholme:
– Former Church of St James. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Dantzic Street, City Centre:
– 6-16. ‘Victoria Buildings’. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 29. Co-operative Society Building. Grade II, listed 6 Jun
1994.
– Union Bridge. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Deansgate, City Centre:
– 62-66 (even numbers), Hayward’s Building. Grade II, listed
25 Sept 1973.
– 98-116 (even numbers), Kendal Milne Department Store. Grade
II, listed 9 Mar 1982.
– 138, Sawyers Arms Pub. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– John Rylands Library. Grade I, listed 25 Jan 1952. Upgraded
listing as of 6 Jun 1994.
– 184 & 186. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 74.
– 188-202 (even numbers), Royal London House. Grade II, listed
3 Oct 1974.
– 322-330 (even numbers), including No 2 Liverpool Road. Grade
II, listed 17 May 1974.
– 378. Artingstall Auctioneers. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

– 51-63 (odd numbers). Barton’s Building, including Barton Arcade.
Grade II, listed 25 Jan 1972.
– 95-103 (odd numbers). Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 105-113 (odd numbers). Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 205-209, Onward Buildings. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Elliot House. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 223-233 (odd numbers). Former entrance-Deansgate Goods Station.
Grade II, listed 23 Nov 1979.
– 235-291 (odd numbers). Grade II, listed 28 Feb 1989.
– Castlefield Railway Viaduct from G-MEX, Dawson Street. Grade
II, listed 4 Feb 1988.
– Red brick viaduct from Knott Mill and Deansgate Station. Grade
II, listed 4 Feb 1988.
– Boundary Stone, Knott Mill Bridge. Grade II, listed 6 Jun
1994.
– Floodgate, east side of Knott Mill Bridge. Grade II, listed
6 Jun 1994.

Dene Road, Didsbury:
– Nazarene Theological College. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

– Walls and steps-Nazarene College. Grade II, listed 20 Jun
1988.

Denison Road, Rusholme:
– Denison House. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Didsbury Park, Didsbury:
– Pine House. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 62, Park End House. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Dover Street, Chorlton-on-Medlock:
– Faculty of Economic & Social Studies, Manchester University
and attached railings. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Ducie Street, City Centre:
– London Warehouse. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 40, former Junction Works, Paradise Wharf. Grade II, listed
6 Jun 1994.
– Stable block, Junction Works. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

E

Egerton Street:
– Former Canal Flour Mill. Grade II, listed 9 Nov 1992.

Elm Grove, Didsbury:
– Church of England Girls’ School. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

Every Street, Ancoats:
– Former Church of All Souls. Grade II, listed 15 Oct 1984.

Exchange Street, City Centre:
– 1-13 (odd numbers), Royal Exchange. Grade II, listed 3 Oct
1974.

F

Fairfield Street, City Centre:
– 18 & 20, Star & Garter Pub. Grade II, listed 20 Jun
1988.

Far Lane, Gorton:
– 46-50 (even numbers). Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Faulkner Street, City Centre:
– 41 & 43. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 45-47. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.
– 49. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994
– 55. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994
– 57. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994
– 59 & 61. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994
– 46, 48 & 50. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994
– 52 & 54. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994
– 56. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994

Fennel Street, City Centre:
– Manchester Cathedral. Grade I, listed 25 Jan 1952.

Ford Lane, Northenden:
– 23. Cottage end of Northen House. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994
– 25, Northen House. Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– The Old Rectory. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– St Wilfrid’s Church. Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– Churchyard wall & gate, St Wilfrid’s Church. Grade II,
listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Sundial, St Wilfrid’s Church. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
(Amended 2.8.94.)

Fountain Street, City Centre:
– 46. Former Estate Exchange. Grade II listed 3 Oct 1974.
– s 66 & 68. Grade II, listed 28 Jun 1974.

G

George Street, City Centre:
– 37 & 39a. Grade II,listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 39 & 41. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 63. Grade II, 3.10.74.

Gloucester Street, City Centre:
– Railway Viaduct. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Gorton Lane, Gorton:
– St Francis Roman Catholic Church and attached monastic building.
Grade II, listed 18 Dec 1963.

Goulden Street, Ancoats:
– Former Police and Ambulance Station. Grade II, listed 20 Jan
1992.

Granby Row, City Centre:
– 61 & 63, Granby House. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 65 & 67, Orient House. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

Grange Lane, Didsbury:
– Beech Cottage, Moor Cottage and rear adjoining cottage. Grade
II, listed 25 Feb 1952.

Great Ancoats Street, Ancoats:
– Former Daily Express Building. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 29, Derros Building. Grade II, listed 5 May 1998.

Great Bridgewater Street, City Centre:
– 90, Lee House extension to Tootal Building. Grade II, listed
17 Nov 1987.
– 50, Briton’s Protection Pub. Grade II, listed 16 Mar 1990.

Great John Street, City Centre:
– St. John’s College of Further Education. Grade II, listed
6 Jun 1994.

Grosvenor Street, Chorlton-on-Medlock:
– Former Grosvenor Picture Palace. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 94-98 (even numbers). Grade II, listed 13 May 1974.
– Former Adult Deaf and Dumb Institute. Grade II, listed 3 Oct
1974.
– Royal Northern College of Music Museum Building. Grade II,
listed 6 Jun 1994.

H

Hall Lane, Baguley:
– Baguley Hall. Grade I. Ancient Monument. Listed 25 Feb 1952.

Hanging Ditch, City Centre:
– Corn Exchange, now known as The Triangle. Grade II, listed
30 Mar 1973.

Hanover Street, City Centre:
– Holyoake House. Formerly Co-operative Union Ltd. Grade II,
listed 20 Jun 1988.

Harter Street, City Centre:
– 2. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 12. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994

Hasty Lane, Ringway:
– Rose Cottage’. Grade II, 17.11.86

Hathersage Road, Longsight:
– Victoria Baths. Grade II, listed 18 Jan 1983. Upgraded 13
Apr 1993.

Heaton Park, Crumpsall
– Heaton Hall. Grade I, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– Former stables at Heaton Hall. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

– Temple north-east of Heaton Hall. Grade II, listed 25 Feb
1952.
– Dower House Cottage at Heaton Hall. Grade II, listed 3 Oct
1974.
– Grand Lodge to Heaton Hall, Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.

– Smithy Lodge to east of Heaton Hall. Grade II, listed 25 Feb
1952.
– Colonnade by lake at Heaton Park. Grade II, listed 25 Feb
1952.
– Sundial, Orangery at Heaton Hall. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994
– Rose Cottage. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994

High Bank, Gorton:
– 60-66 (even numbers). Grade II, listed 16 Nov 1971.

High Street, City Centre:
– Former Wholesale Fish Market. Grade II, listed 8 Oct 1973.

– 79 and Nos 9-19 Thomas Street. Grade II, listed 8 Oct 1973.

– 75 & 77. Grade II, listed 15Mar 1989.
– 104 & 106. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Higher Ardwick, Ardwick:
– 4, Fenton House. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Hilton Street, City Centre:
– 45, 47 & 47a. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Holyoak Street, Newton Heath:
– Former Newton Silk Mill. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

Hough Hall Road, Moston:
– Hough Hall. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Hulme Hall Lane, Miles Platting:
– Entrance lodge to Philips Park Cemetery. Grade II, listed
20 Jun 1988.
– Gates and railings to main entrance, Philips Park Cemetery.
Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.
– Cemetery Chapel, Philips Park. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

– Cemetery Office, Philips Park. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

Hulme Hall Road, Hulme:
– Former Albert Mill, corner with Ellesmere Street. Grade II,
listed 6 Jun 1994

Hulme Street, City Centre:
– Mill Chimney Stack at junction with Cambridge Street. Grade
II, listed 6 Jun 1994
– Former cotton mill at junction with Cambridge Street, Grade
II, listed 6 Jun 1994

Hyde Road, Ardwick:
– Ellen Wilkinson High School – formerly Nicholls Ardwick High
School. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Forecourt walls, gate piers and gates to Ellen Wilkinson High
School. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Benjamin Nicholls Memorial at Ellen Wilkinson High School.
Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– John Nicholls Memorial at Ellen Wilkinson High School. Grade
II, listed 6 Jun 1994

Hyde Road, Gorton:
– Brookfield Unitarian Church. Grade II, listed. 3 Oct 1974.
Upgraded 6 June 1994.
– 716. Churchyard Lodge, Brookfield Unitarian Church, with attached
wall. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Peacock Mausoleum, Brookfield Unitarian Churchyard. Grade
I. Listed 3 Oct 1974. Upgraded 6 Jun 1994.
– Brookfield Unitarian Church Sunday School. Grade II, listed
3 Oct 1974.
– The Plough Hotel. Grade II, listed 7 Mar 1994.

 


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