Grade II* listed buildings in Three Rivers
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|Name||Location||Type||Completed [note 1]||Date designated||Grid ref.[note 2]
|Entry number [note 3]||Image|
|Church of St Paul||Langleybury, Abbots Langley, Three Rivers||Parish Church||1863-5||3 October 1985||TL0805300569
|Hunton Park||Hunton Bridge, Abbots Langley, Three Rivers||Country House||1909||31 May 1985||TL0892200525
|Langleybury House (the Mansion and Flats 1 to 6 Inclusive)||Langleybury, Abbots Langley, Three Rivers||Apartment||1727||1 September 1953||TL0775700200
|The King's Lodge||Hunton Bridge, Abbots Langley, Three Rivers||House||c. 1640||2 April 1966||TL0835400570
|Tithe Barn About 20 Metres North East of Parsonage Farm||Abbots Langley, Three Rivers||Tithe Barn||15th century||17 October 1977||TL0954202610
|Christchurch||Chorleywood, Three Rivers||Parish Church||1845||16 July 1975||TQ0360096572
|Kings John's Farm, Penn Cottage, Penn Farm and Garden Wall||Chorleywood, Three Rivers||House||c. 1910||19 May 1950||TQ0271295321
|Church of the Holy Cross||Church End, Sarratt, Three Rivers||Parish Church||Late 12th century||1 September 1953||TQ0387498398
|Little Winch||Chipperfield, Sarratt, Three Rivers||House||1935||3 October 1985||TL0383301182
|Redheath||Croxley Heath, Sarratt, Three Rivers||Country House||16th century||1 September 1953||TQ0665796985
|The Grove||Sarratt, Three Rivers||Country House||Late 16th century||15 November 1973||TQ0821298789
|Oxhey Chapel||Oxhey, Watford Rural, Three Rivers||Chapel||1612||1 September 1953||TQ1136493347
|Oxhey Hall||Oxhey, Watford Rural, Three Rivers||House||Early 17th century||3 October 1985||TQ1036794368
|Tithe Barn at Croxley Hall Farm||Croxley Hall Farm, Three Rivers||Tithe Barn||1396-1401||2 April 1970||TQ0699994592
- The date given is the date used by Historic England as significant for the initial building or that of an important part in the structure's description.
- Sometimes known as OSGB36, the grid reference is based on the British national grid reference system used by the Ordnance Survey.
- The "List Entry Number" is a unique number assigned to each listed building/ scheduled monument by Historic England.
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