Grade I Listed Buildings in Derbyshire - Amber Valley

Amber Valley

  • North Mill, Belper
  • Church of St Mary, Crich
  • Church of St Mary, Denby
  • Church of St Alkmund, Duffield
  • Church of St Clement, Horsley
  • Church of All Saints, Kedleston
  • Kedleston Hall
    • Kedleston Hall: boathouse
    • Kedleston Hall: bridge & cascade
    • Kedleston Hall: North Lodge
  • Church of St Michael, Kirk Langley
  • Church of All Saints, Mackworth
  • Mackworth Castle: gatehouse
  • Church of St Matthew, Pentrich
  • South Wingfield Manor House: ruins, inc Manor Farmhouse & aisled outbuilding

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