Far headingley village listed buildings

 
 

Listed Buildings
• St Chad’s Church, a grade II* listed building dating from 1868, and set in spacious grounds
• War Memorial, St Chad’s
• Castle Grove Masonic Hall, Moor Rd
• 17 Cottage Road
• 23-29 Cottage Road
• 46 Cottage Road, with stables, boundary wall and gate piers
• 4-7 Ellis Terrace
• 2–8 Heathfield Terrace/22-30 Cottage Road
• Former Chapel, 1a Moor Road
• 5 Moor Road
• Holly Dene, 58 Otley Road
• 114-120 Otley Road
• Glebe House, wall and gate piers, 5 Shaw Lane
• Shaw House, wall and gate piers, 11 Shaw Lane
• Shaw Grange, 19 Shaw Lane
• 23–29 Shaw Lane
• 2-4 Weetwood Lane/2-3 Back Bailey’s Place
• 3 Weetwood Lane
• Victoria Buildings, Weetwood Lane/Moor Road
• 1-8 Victoria Terrace with boundary wall and gate piers

Other buildings of interest
• All “positive buildings” noted in the Far Headingley Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan In particular:
• Cottage Road Cinema (oldest surviving suburban cinema in Leeds, opened in 1912)
• West Grove, 29 & 31 Moor Road (part of Tetley Hall)
• Alpha Cottage, 64 Otley Road
• 19th century villas on Burton Crescent


Extracted from Far Headingley, Weetwood & West Park Neighbourhood Design Statement, Leeds City Council, 2ed, 2014.  The whole document is available online at <http://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/FH%20NDS%20Adoption%20Version.p

See also Far Headingley Village.