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Headington history: Listed Buildings/Structures

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Barton Manor
Barton Manor
Bayswater Mill
Bayswater Mill
Britannia
The Britannia
Bury Knowle House
Bury Knowle House
Church House
Church House
The Court
The Court
8 The Croft
8 The Croft
9 The Croft
9 The Croft
11 & 11a The Croft
11 The Croft
Croft Hall
Croft Hall
Wall of The Grange
Wall of The Grange
Headington House
Headington House
Headington Lodge
Headington Lodge
Highfield Farmhouse
Highfield Farmhouse
Hill Top House
Hill Top House
Holy Trinity Church, Headington Quarry
Holy Trinity Church
1 & 2 Larkins Lane
1 & 2 Larkins Lane
3 Larkins Lane
3 Larkins Lane
Lower Farm
Lower Farm
Manor Farmhouse
Manor Farmhouse
Manor House
Manor House
Mather’s Farm
Mather’s Farm
Barn of Mather’s Farm
Mather’s Barn
1, 2 & 2A North Place
1/2/2A North Place
Monkton Cottage wall
Croft wall
69 Old High Street
69 Old High Street
Quarry Nursery School
Quarry School
Ruskin Hall
The Rookery (Ruskin)
St Andrew’s Church
St Andrew’s Church
2-4 St Andrew’s Lane
2–4 St Andrew’s Lane
6 St Andrew’s Lane
6 St Andrew’s Lane
1 & 3 St Andrew’s Road
1 & 3 St Andrew’s Road
10 St Andrew’s Road
10 St Andrew’s Road
16 St Andrew’s Road
16 St Andrew’s Road
Stoke House
Stoke House
Warneford Hospital
Warneford Hospital
White Hart
White Hart
Outbuilding of White Hart
Outbuilding
Well house at Wick Farm
Wick Farm
Quarry War Memorial
Quarry War Memorial
Pavement in St Andrew’s Road
St Andrew’s Road
Milestone
Milestones x 3
Boundary stone
Boundary stones
High Wall in
Pullen's Lane
has a
Grade II
listed garden
The four listed buildings in the next row are actually in St Clement’s rather than Headington
ecclesiastical parish, but are included here as they are in the Headington Hill & Northway ward
Headington Hill Hall
Headington Hill Hall
Bridge over Headington Hill
Bridge
Top Lodge, Headington Hill Hall
Top Lodge
Cheney Barn
Barn at Cheney Farm

Grade I listed (the top 2% of all listed buildings/structures): These are of exceptional interest. Headington has no buildings in this category

Grade II* listed (the next 4%). These are particularly important and of more than special interest. Headington has three buildings in this category:

Grade II listed (the remaining 94%): these are of special interest, warranting effort to preserve them. All the rest of Headington’s listed buildings and structures (about 50 in all) come into this category.


More Headington buildings can be seen in these sections:

See also the Listed Buildings of Marston

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