Grade I Listed Buildings in Derbyshire - South Derbyshire

South Derbyshire

  • Church of All Saints, Aston upon Trent
  • Church of St Wilfrid, Barrow-upon-Trent
  • Calke Abbey
  • Church of St Michael & All Angels, Church Broughton
  • Church of St Wilfrid, Egginton
  • Church of St Bartholomew, Elvaston
  • Church of St Helen, Etwall
  • Church of St Saviour, Foremark
  • Foremark Hall
  • Church of St Mary, Marston on Dove
  • Church of SS Michael & Mary, Melbourne
  • Melbourne Hall: tea rooms
    • Melbourne Hall: aisled barn
    • Melbourne Hall: garden walls & railings
    • Melbourne Hall: Muniment Room
    • Melbourne Hall: covered seat to E of fountain pond
    • Melbourne Hall: covered seat to W of fountain pond
    • Melbourne Hall: five flights of steps between terraces
    • Melbourne Hall: pair of cherubs to N of statue of Mercury
    • Melbourne Hall: pair of cherubs to S of statue of Mercury
    • Melbourne Hall: pair of pedestals supporting fruit bowl vase
    • Melbourne Hall: pair of pedestals with lead slaves
    • Melbourne Hall: pedestal & Four Seasons Vase
    • Melbourne Hall: pedestal with statue of Andromeda
    • Melbourne Hall: pedestal with statue of Mercury
    • Melbourne Hall: pedestal with statue of Perseus
    • Melbourne Hall: pedestal with vase to SW of Fountain Pond
    • Melbourne Hall: stone fountain to N of Lower Terrace
    • Melbourne Hall: stone fountain to S of Lower Terrace
    • Melbourne Hall: birdcage Arbour
    • Melbourne Hall: three pairs of vases flanking central path of Upper Terrace
    • Melbourne Hall: two pairs of cherubs to NW of Grand Basin
    • Melbourne Hall: two pairs of cherubs to SW of Grand Basin
    • Melbourne Hall: vase & pedestal to NW of Four Seasons Vase
  • Church of St Andrew, Radbourne
  • Radbourne Hall
  • Market Cross, Repton
  • St. Wystan's Church, Repton
  • Repton School: Repton Hall with Prior Overtons Tower
    • Repton School: The Old Priory, walls & gate piers,
    • Repton School: Priory Gateway, precinct walls, Tithe Barn & The Lodge,
    • Repton School: Remains of Priory Church & The Chapter Block
  • Church of St James, Smisby
  • Swarkestone Bridge & causeway, Stanton-by-Bridge
  • Swarkestone Hall Pavilion: grandstand, cuttle & gate
  • Church of St Michael, Stanton by Bridge
  • Church of St Andrew, Twyford
  • Church of St Mary, Weston upon Trent

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