Grade I listed buildings in Plymouth

There are over 9,000 Grade I listed buildings in England. This page is a list of these buildings in the district of Plymouth in Devon.

City of Plymouth

Name Location Type Completed [note 1]Date designated Grid ref.[note 2]
Geo-coordinates
Entry number [note 3]Image
Boringdon Hall Boringdon, City of Plymouth Great House Medieval 20 February 1952 SX5393157780
50°24′06″N 4°03′24″W
1330575
Brewhouse Royal William Victualling Yard Stonehouse, Plymouth Ordnance Factory 1929 13 August 1999 SX4601653553
50°21′42″N 4°09′59″W
1378528
Charles Church City of Plymouth Parish Church 1640–1658 25 January 1954 SX4821654605
50°22′18″N 4°08′09″W
1130021
Church of St Andrew City of Plymouth Parish Church Mid to Late 15th century 25 January 1954 SX4792054395
50°22′11″N 4°08′24″W
1130012
Clarence Steps South West Quay Wall and 2 Bollards Royal William Victualling Yard Stonehouse, Plymouth Gate 1826–1831 13 August 1999 SX4595153405
50°21′37″N 4°10′02″W
1378526
Clarence Store Royal William Victualling Yard Stonehouse, Plymouth Naval Storehouse 1829–1831 13 August 1999 SX4597153460
50°21′39″N 4°10′01″W
1378527
Devonport Column Devonport, City of Plymouth Column 1824 25 January 1954 SX4531654402
50°22′09″N 4°10′35″W
1322008
Devonport Guildhall and Attached Walls Devonport, City of Plymouth Wall 1821–1822 25 January 1954 SX4532854385
50°22′08″N 4°10′35″W
1322009
Dock Basin Walls and 6 Associated Bollards, Royal William Victualling Yard Stonehouse, Plymouth Mooring Bollard 1826–1832 13 August 1999 SX4612253626
50°21′45″N 4°09′53″W
1378529
East Ropery, Formerly Spinning House (s 132), and Attached Retaining Walls Devonport Dockyard, City of Plymouth Fireproof Factory Rebuilt 1813–1817 13 August 1999 SX4518854215
50°22′03″N 4°10′41″W
1388400
Main Gate, Royal William Victualling Yard Stonehouse, Plymouth Gate 1829–1833 13 August 1999 SX4626053635
50°21′45″N 4°09′46″W
1378530
Melville, Royal William Victualling Yard Stonehouse, Plymouth Fireproof Building 1828–1832 13 August 1999 SX4616253536
50°21′42″N 4°09′51″W
1378531
Mills and Bakery, Royal William Victualling Yard Stonehouse, Plymouth Bakery 1830–1834 13 August 1999 SX4618553628
50°21′45″N 4°09′50″W
1378532
North East Quay Wall and 2 Bollards, Royal William Victualling Yard Stonehouse, Plymouth Wall 1826–1831 13 August 1999 SX4612353659
50°21′46″N 4°09′53″W
1378533
Oddfellows Hall Devonport, City of Plymouth Oddfellows Hall 1823 21 January 1954 SX4538054413
50°22′09″N 4°10′32″W
1322006
Old Cooperage Royal William Victualling Yard Stonehouse, Plymouth Ordnance Factory 1891 13 August 1999 SX4604253476
50°21′40″N 4°09′57″W
1378536
Plympton House Plympton St Maurice Country House 1952 23 April 1952 SX5466055896
50°23′06″N 4°02′45″W
1113363
Police Buildings Royal William Victualling Yard Stonehouse, Plymouth House Before 1891 13 August 1999 SX4625653615
50°21′44″N 4°09′47″W
1378534
Prysten House City of Plymouth Merchants House c.1498 25 January 1954 SX4792354371
50°22′10″N 4°08′23″W
1067152
Royal Albert Bridge (that Part in Plymouth Civil Parish) St Budeaux, City of Plymouth Railway Bridge 1857–1859 25 January 1954 SX4366258711
50°24′27″N 4°12′05″W
1386355
Royal Albert Bridge and 17 Approach Spans Riverside Suspension Bridge 1848 17 January 1952 SX4351558740
50°24′28″N 4°12′13″W
1159292
Saltram House Saltram Park, City of Plymouth Country House 18th century 23 April 1952 SX5203855605
50°22′54″N 4°04′57″W
1386230
Slaughterhouse and Attached Yard Wall, Royal William Victualling Yard Stonehouse, Plymouth Wall 1830–1831 13 August 1999 SX4620853669
50°21′46″N 4°09′49″W
1378535
The Quadrangle (n 173-177, 186-191, 203) Devonport Dockyard, City of Plymouth Boiler House 1852–1861 13 August 1999 SX4490255661
50°22′49″N 4°10′58″W
1378566
Smeaton's Tower Hoe, City of Plymouth Lighthouse 1759 25 January 1954 SX4776253799
50°21′52″N 4°08′31″W
1386470

Notes

  1. The date given is the date used by Historic England as significant for the initial building or that of an important part in the structure's description.
  2. Sometimes known as OSGB36, the grid reference is based on the British national grid reference system used by the Ordnance Survey.
  3. The "List Entry Number" is a unique number assigned to each listed building and scheduled monument by Historic England.
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