Listed buildings of Malpas, Cheshire

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Malpas, Cheshire, has many listed buildings; part of the town is in a Conservation area. There is one building at Grade I, one at Grade II*, two gateways are also Grade II*, and many more buildings are Grade II.

Grade I[edit]

Grade II*[edit]

  • The Old Printing House, Church Street, according to English Heritage, is an 'unusual classical treatment of a small building'. It was built on a sandstone bedrock plinth in 1733. It was listed as Grade II* in 1952. The front gable carries a stone depicting the Cholmondeley Griffin. In 'The Buildings of England, Cheshire', Nikolaus Pevsner notes it as "dated 1733 but is in the style of the late C17". [1].

Grade II[edit]

  • The Cross, Malpas

Victorian neo-gothic upper with medieval octagonal steps.

  • 1 Church Street, Malpas [2] Is situated opposite the Market Cross in Malpas, Cheshire. Built of irregular bond brown brick with a grey slate roof, it has a probably late C18 exterior and earlier interior.
  • 3 and 5 Church Street
  • 14 Church Street
  • The Wyvern (Wycherleys), Church Street, [3] Originally a coaching hotel constructed in the C18. Many alterations have occurred since. It was listed as Grade II on 22 October 1952.
  • Market Place, 2 Church Street, [4] Late C17 and early C18 with a colonnade of 8 Tuscan pillars of red sandstone.
  • 21 Church Street
  • Church View, Church Street
  • Churchyard wall between South East Gates and Motte, Church Street
  • Churchyard wall to Church Street, Church Street
  • Cobblestones, Church Street
  • Duncall table tomb, 10 metres South of East bay of nave of St Oswald's Church, Church Street (North side)
  • Gate piers and flight of steps to west gateway to churchyard, Church Street
  • Gates, gate piers and steps at South West corner of Churchyard, Church Street
  • Georgian House (formerly Ivy Cottage), with plinth and railings to garden, Church Street
  • Glebe Cottage, Church Street
  • Hopley headstone South of nave of church, Church Street
  • Red telephone box by Lloyds Bank, Church Street
  • Sundial pedestal in churchyard 5 metres South West of porch, Church Street
  • The Bolling, with garden wall to left, Church Street
  • The Gates, Church Street
  • The Rectory, Church Street
  • The Sanvern, Church Street
  • Tithe Barn, Church Street
  • Tomb of John Bassett, circa 8 metres north of West bay of nave of church of St Oswald, Church Street
  • Walls to sunken paths in churchyard, South of church, Church Street
  • Guidepost at Ebnal Lane
  • Brose Lake Farmhouse, Greenway Lane
  • 11 High Street
  • Alport Cottage, High Street
  • Alport House, High Street
  • Chester Villa, High Street
  • Drake's Cottage and Drakes House, with walls to front gardens, High Street
  • Ivy Cottage, High Street
  • Malpas High Street Church (United Reformed/Methodist), High Street
  • Malpas Post Office, High Street
  • Prospect House, High Street
  • Rock House with retaining wall and steps, High Street
  • The Old School House, High Street
  • Woodville, with walls to yard to right, High Street
  • Bank Cottage, Old Hall Street
  • Tudor Cottage, Old Hall Street
  • White Cottage, Old Hall Street
  • Ebnal Old Hall
  • Bridge to South of Overton Hall, Overton Heath
  • Gate piers to South of Overton Manor, Overton Heath
  • Overton Hall, Overton Heath
  • Overton Manor, Overton Heath