Grade II* listed buildings in Folkestone and Hythe
There are a number of Grade II* listed buildings in the district of Folkestone and Hythe in Kent.
In the United Kingdom, the term listed building refers to a building or other structure officially designated as being of special architectural, historical or cultural significance; Grade II* structures are those considered to be "particularly important buildings of more than special interest". Listing was begun by a provision in the Town and Country Planning Act 1947. Listing a building imposes severe restrictions on what the owner might wish to change or modify in the structure or its fittings. In England, the authority for listing under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 rests with English Heritage, a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, while local authorities have a responsibility to regulate and enforce the planning regulations.
Buildings and monuments
|Name||Location||Type||Completed [note 1]||Date designated||Grid ref.[note 2]
|Entry number [note 3]||Image|
|Acrise Place and Acrise Court||Acrise||House||16th century||27 August 1952||1250981|
|Hoad Farm||Acrise||Farmhouse||1697 dated||27 August 1952||1251021|
|Church of St Augustine||Snave, Brenzett||Parish Church||13th century||9 June 1959||1061152|
|Church of St Eanswith||Brenzett||Parish Church||Late 11th century or 12th century||9 June 1959||1344185|
|Church of All Saints||Burmarsh||Parish Church||12th century||9 June 1959||1061163|
|Church of St Peter and St Paul||Dymchurch||Tower||1821||9 June 1959||1061130|
|New Hall, New Hall Cottage and the Expenditors House||Dymchurch||House||Addition, probably early 19th century||9 June 1959||1061129|
|Boyke Manor||Ottinge, Elham||Farmhouse||17th century||29 December 1966||1252276|
|Elham Manor||Elham||Continuous Jetty House||Early 16th century or earlier||29 December 1966||1253867|
|King Post||Elham||House||18th century||29 December 1966||1260568|
|Parsonage Farmhouse||North Elham, Elham||Farmhouse||13th century or earlier||29 December 1966||1252342|
|The Abbots Fireside Hotel and Restaurant||Elham||House||19th century||27 August 1952||1252338|
|Dean Farm||Elmsted||Farmhouse||18th century||17 October 1988||1241760|
|Old Leigh Place||Elmsted||Farmhouse||16th century||29 December 1966||1241849|
|Spong Farm House||Elmsted||Farmhouse||Early-mid 16th century||29 December 1966||1260301|
|Church of the Holy Trinity||Folkestone, Folkestone||Church||1866-69||11 March 1975||1344160|
|Folkestone War Memorial||Folkestone||Monument||Unveiled 2 December 1922||24 June 2010||1393854|
|The Parish Church of St Mary and St Eanswythe||Folkestone, Folkestone||Parish Church||13th century||5 December 1949||1068556|
|18 and 20, Church Street||Folkestone, Folkestone||House||18th century||5 December 1949||1356216|
1 and 2, Bartholomew Street
|Hythe||House||13th century||3 January 1950||1069006|
|Town Hall||Hythe||Guildhall||1794||3 January 1950||1068981|
|Dungeness Lighthouse||Dungeness, Lydd||Lighthouse||Designed 1957||26 March 2003||1390640|
|Lindon Hall||Lyminge||House||c. 1668, possibly with earlier core||29 December 1966||1260204|
|Sibton Park||Lyminge||House||c. 1602||27 August 1952||1242126|
|French House||Lympne, Lympne||House||c. 1930||29 December 1966||1344206|
|Port Lympne House, Stable Block, Forecourt Walls to East, and Loggia, Patio, Terrace and Shell Fountain to South||Port Lympne, Lympne||House||1912||29 December 1966||1344207|
|Church of St Peter||Monks Horton||Parish Church||13th century||29 December 1966||1344171|
|Kite Manor||Monks Horton||House||mid to late 16th century||27 August 1952||1061121|
|St John's Priory, including the ruins of the Priory||New Romney, New Romney||House||18th century, possibly older||28 August 1951||1025316|
|3 and 4, West Street||New Romney, New Romney||House||c. 1400||28 August 1951||1025299|
|Church of St Nicholas||Newington, Newington||Bell Tower||late 18th century or early 19th century||29 December 1966||1061089|
|Church of St Peter and St Paul||Saltwood, Saltwood||Tower||1873||29 December 1966||1344199|
|Spade House||Sandgate, Sandgate||House||1899||11 March 1975||1061164|
|Church of St Dunstan||Snargate||Parish Church||13th century||9 June 1959||1061105|
|Church of St Mary||Stowting||Parish Church||13th century||29 December 1966||1061070|
|St John's Commandery||Swingfield||Farmhouse||16th century||17 October 1988||1242361|
- 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 and scheduled monument by Historic England.
- "What is a listed building?". Manchester City Council. Retrieved 2007-12-08.
- "Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 (c. 9)". Ministry of Justice. Retrieved 2007-12-17.
Media related to Grade II* listed buildings in Kent at Wikimedia Commons