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Building: 150

Random rubble siltstone retaining wall approx 700mm high and extending for approx 50m when replaced on inside of pavement by garden wall extending for a further 90m Comments: This and the similar ...

Bank House, Leintwardine

Building: 151

Probably early C19 with later alterations & extensions. Squared sandstone rubble &sandstone dressings. Welsh slate roofs & sandstone rubble end stacks with brick shafts. Rectangular plan aligned no...

St Mary Magdalene, Leintwardine

Building: 153

C12, C13, C14 & C15 with restorations in 1865, 1894/96 & 1920/25. Roughly coursed sandstone rubble & brick, partly rendered. Sandstone ashlar & dressings. Lead & Welsh slate roofs. South-west tower...

Ebenezer Congregational Church & Library

Building: 154

Church & schoolroom, now library. 1869 & 1881 on respective plaques. Sandstone rubble with sandstone & polychromatic brick dressings. Welsh slate roofs. Three-bay church with polygonal west end, al...

Temperance Villa

Building: 155

End terrace of 4 attached cottages, double fronted, roughly coursed rubble siltstone under slate roof. Brick quoins and window surrounds. Stone: Ludlow Rocks, Lithology: Siltstone, Roof: Slate

Primitive Methodist Chapel, Leintwardine

Building: 6099

1841. stone, west doorway with blocked window above, square-headed side windows.
In 2013 this was an active Methodist Church and part of the Southern Area of the Shropshire and Marches Methodist Ci...

7 Church Street

Building: 6367

Probably C17 with later alterations. Sandstone rubble & timber-frame, partly rendered. Welsh slate roof & sandstone end stack with brick shaft. Rectangular two-bay plan aligned north/south. Three s...

Former Endowed School, Leintwardine

Building: 6368

1845/46 enlarged 1871. Stone, Tudor, gabled, square hood-moulds above latticed windows; former master's house, south end.

Reading Room, Leintwardine

Building: 6369

1887. Stone, brick trim.

Leintwardine House & Garden Walls attached to east

Building: 6370

Early C19 with earlier origins. Sandstone rubble & brick mainly colour-washed. Welsh slate roofs, some hipped. Roughly rectangular plan with main front to south. Two & three storeys. Garden walls t...