Listed Buildings in Thrapston

Kings Arms Inn, Thrapston (1940)
St James Church, Thrapston (2005)
Thrapston Union Workhouse Building, Cedar Drive - (Became ENC Offices 1996)
Mile Stone - Near to junction of Oundle Rd and Windsor Drive, Thrapston

National Classification of Listed Buildings

Listed buildings are classified nationally in three grades:

  Grade I                  – 2.5% of listed buildings       

of exceptional interest, sometimes considered to be internationally important 

 Grade II                  – 92% of listed buildings

nationally important and of special interest 

 Grade II*              –  5.5% of listed buildings    

particularly important buildings of more than special interest  

 Thrapston Listed Buildings

All Thrapston Listed Buildings are Grade II Listed    (except St James Church II*)

Church Walk                    1             

High Street                      32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 43, 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 55,  62, 64, 66 & 71 – 77

Chancery Lane               3-5,  7,  9, 11, 13, & 15 (and attached buildings)

Huntingdon Road           15, 27, 29, 31, 83 & 89

Church Yard                    Chest Tomb, 5 m S of Tower of Church

Church Yard                    Chest 3  Tombs, 12 m S of Chancel of Church

Cedar Drive                     East Northants Council Offices

Kings Arms                      Public House & Attached Outbuildings to Rear 57 & 59 High Street                

Milestone                         Approx 30 Metres NW Grays Garage

Oakleigh House

The Old Rectory

Thrapston Baptist Church

Thrapston House

Church of St James

Thrapston Bridge

 More information at:

British Listed Buildings

This page was added on 23/12/2013.

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