Grade II* listed buildings in Somerset
The ceremonial county of Somerset consists of a non-metropolitan county, administered by Somerset County Council, which is divided into five districts, and two unitary authorities. The districts of So...
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Birnbeck Pier
Birnbeck Pier is a pier situated on the Bristol Channel in Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset, England, approximately 18 miles (29 km) south west of Bristol. It is the only pier in the country whi...
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St Andrew's Church, Chew Stoke
The Anglican St Andrew's Church is on the outskirts of Chew Stoke, within the English county of Somerset. The church, parts of which date from the 15th century, is a Grade II* listed building.The ston...
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Victoria Bridge, Bath
Victoria Bridge in Bath, England, was built in 1836 across the River Avon. The bridge has been recognised as a Grade II* listed building.The bridge is an important example of a suspension bridge which...
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Hadspen house and garden
Hadspen house and garden is an estate between Pitcombe and Ansford, Somerset.Hadspen House was purchased before 1747 by Vickris Dickinson, and then sold in 1767 to Charles Medows and subsequently to J...
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Bagborough House
Bagborough House in West Bagborough, Somerset, England was built circa 1730. It was designated a Grade II* listed building on 4 May 1984.Bagborough House was built in 1739 by the Popham family, next t...
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Gants Mill
Gants Mill is a watermill on the River Brue in Pitcombe near Bruton, Somerset, England.Much of the current mill was built in 1810 but includes parts of the 18th century building and possibly some mat...
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Church of St John the Baptist, Hinton Charterhouse
The Church of St John the Baptist is an Anglican parish church in Hinton Charterhouse, Somerset, England. It was built in the 12th century and has been designated as a Grade II* listed building.The ch...
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Barford Park
Barford Park is a Georgian country house and park to the south of Spaxton, west of Bridgwater, Somerset, England. It was built as a two-storey farmhouse, but the front was built in 1710, and another s...
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Taunton Grammar School
Taunton Grammar School was an English grammar school in Taunton, Somerset, founded by Bishop Richard Foxe in 1522. It was sometimes called Bishop Foxe's School.The founder, Richard Fox, was both Bisho...
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Nynehead Court
Nynehead Court is a Grade II* listed building at Nynehead in Somerset, England.
The building dates back to the late 14th century with major additions in 1675 and the 18th century.It was occupied b...
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Babington House
Babington House is a Grade II* listed manor house, located in the village of Babington, between Radstock and Frome, in the county of Somerset, England.Converted to a private members club and hotel by ...
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St Thomas à Becket Church, Widcombe
St Thomas à Becket Church is a parish church of Widcombe in Bath, Somerset southwest England, and is one of a number of churches named after Thomas Becket. It is a Grade II* listed building.The church...
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The Rectory, Chew Stoke
The Rectory in Chew Stoke, Somerset, England was built in 1529. It is a Grade II* listed building.It was built in 1529 for Sir John Barry, who was the rector between 1524 and 1546 of the nearby St And...
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Church of the Holy Ghost, Midsomer Norton
The Church of the Holy Ghost, Midsomer Norton, Somerset, England is a Roman Catholic parish church housed in a converted tithe barn. It is served by monks of the Order of St. Benedict from Downside Ab...
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Castle House, Bridgwater
Castle House in Bridgwater, Somerset, England was built in 1851 for William Ackerman. Much of the building is made of brick but it was one of the first buildings to make extensive use of Portland ceme...
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Marston Bigot
2°20′50″W / 51.202751°N 2.347118°W / 51.202751; -2.347118Marston Bigot is a small village near Nunney and 3 miles (5 km) south of Frome in Somerset, England.
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Witham Friary
2°21′58″W / 51.169°N 2.366°W / 51.169; -2.366Witham Friary is a small English village and civil parish located between the towns of Frome and Bruton in the county of Somerset...
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Church of St John the Baptist, Frome
02°19′14″W / 51.22972°N 2.32056°W / 51.22972; -2.32056The Church of St John the Baptist, Frome is a parish church in the Church of England located in Frome, Somerset.
The ...
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Bridgwater railway station
Bridgwater railway station serves Bridgwater in Somerset, England. It is on the Bristol to Taunton Line and is operated by First Great Western. Originally built to the designs of Isambard Kingdom Brun...
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Church of St Andrew, Northover
The Church of St Andrew, Northover, in Ilchester, Somerset, England, dates from the 14th and 15th centuries. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II* lis...
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Hammet Street, Taunton
Hammet Street is a street in Taunton, Somerset, England, that runs between the Church of St Mary Magdalene and the town centre. It is named after Sir Benjamin Hammet, who had a bill passed through par...
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Anglo-Bavarian Brewery
The Anglo-Bavarian Brewery was originally established in Shepton Mallet in Somerset, England in 1864. It has been claimed as the first lager brewery in the United Kingdom, although the claim is disput...
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Building of Bath Collection
2°21′37″W / 51.386807°N 2.360293°W / 51.386807; -2.360293The Museum of Bath Architecture (formerly known as the Building of Bath Museum and the Building of Bath Collection) in...
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East Lambrook Manor
East Lambrook Manor is a small 15th-century manor house in East Lambrook, Somerset, England. It has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade II* listed building, and is surrounded by a Grade I l...
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Saltford Brass Mill
Saltford Brass Mill is a brass mill on the River Avon at Saltford, Somerset, England. It dates from the 1720s is listed as Grade II* and is also a Scheduled Ancient Monument.There was a watermill on t...
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Church of St Mary, Seavington St Mary
The Church of St Mary in Seavington St Mary, Somerset, England, dates from the 15th century and is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II* listed buildin...
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Sandhill Park
Sandhill Park in Bishops Lydeard, Somerset, England is a derelict country house built in about 1720. It was used in the 20th century as a prisoner of war camp, a home for handicapped children and lat...
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Gatcombe, Somerset
Gatcombe at Ashton Watering within the civil parish of Long Ashton, Somerset, England, is the location of a Grade II* listed building which was built on the site of a Roman settlement.It is close to t...
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