There are over 9,000 Grade I listed buildings in England. This page is a list of these buildings in the unitary authority of Cheshire East.

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  • There are over 9,000 Grade I listed buildings in England. This page is a list of these buildings in the unitary authority of Cheshire East. (en)
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  • Gawsworth Old Hall
  • St James' Church, Audlem
  • Highfields, Buerton
  • Saint Mary Church
  • Sandbach Crosses
  • Combermere Abbey
  • St James' and St Paul's Church, Marton
  • St James' Church, Gawsworth
  • St Mary's Church, Rostherne
  • St Nicholas' Chapel, Cholmondeley
  • Woodhey Chapel
  • Tatton Hall
  • Little Moreton Hall
  • Lyme Park
  • Adlington Hall
  • Arley Cruck barn
  • Beorhthelm of Stafford Church
  • Brereton Hall
  • Chorley Old Hall
  • Churche's Mansion
  • Crewe Hall
  • Dorfold Hall
  • Lovell Telescope
  • Peckforton Castle
  • Sandbach Old Hall
  • St Bartholomew's Church, Wilmslow
  • St Boniface's Church, Bunbury
  • St Christopher's Church, Pott Shrigley
  • St Lawrence's Church, Over Peover
  • St Luke's Church, Holmes Chapel
  • St Mary's Church Nantwich
  • St Mary's church, Nether Alderley
  • St Mary's, Acton, Cheshire
  • St Michael's Church, Baddiley
  • St Peter's Chapel, Tabley
  • St Peter's Church, Congleton
  • St Peter's Church, Prestbury, Cheshire
  • St Wilfrid's Church, Mobberley
  • Tabley House
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  • 1790.0
  • Churche's Mansion is a timber-framed, four-gabled black-and-white mansion house by Thomas Clease. The two storeys and attics all have overhangs; the corbels in the eaves are decorated with carvings of animals. The upper storeys have decorative panels. Originally the residence of the Churche family, the mansion has housed a school and later a restaurant; it is now a shop.
  • The Crown Inn is a timber-framed, three-storey black-and-white inn rebuilt shortly after the 1583 fire, and formerly the principal inn of the town. The street-facing front is flat and features close studding with a middle rail, lacking ornamental panels. There are slight overhangs at each storey, with carved brackets. The second floor has unusual continuous windows along the front; it was originally a single gallery, which was partitioned in the 18th century. An 18th-century assembly room lies at the rear. It was used as a place of worship during the Civil War.
  • St Mary's is a large cruciform parish church in sandstone, sometimes referred to as the "cathedral of South Cheshire". Mainly in decorated style with later perpendicular additions, it was restored in 1854–61 by George Gilbert Scott. The exterior has an octagonal tower; the interior has an unusual stone lierne-vault above the chancel, carved oak canopied choir stalls , a perpendicular stone pulpit and a later wooden example . The church was used as a prison during the Civil War.
  • This is a brick building with a stone-slate roof, expressed externally in two storeys, but interiorly is a single cell. The chapel was attended by Mrs Gaskell, who is buried in the churchyard. It is in use as a Unitarian chapel.
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  • Church
  • House
  • Stable
  • Chapel
  • Castle
  • Cross
  • Parish church
  • Manor house
  • Country house
  • Barn
  • Radio telescope
  • Cruck house
  • Loggia
  • Moat
  • Assembly rooms
  • Unitarian chapel
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  • Church of St Mary the Virgin
  • Gawsworth Old Hall
  • The Old Rectory
  • Church of St James
  • Church of St Mary
  • Church of St Michael
  • Church of St Peter
  • Church of St Lawrence
  • Doddington Hall
  • Sandbach Crosses
  • Combermere Abbey
  • Haslington Hall
  • Woodhey Chapel
  • Highfields
  • Church of St Luke
  • Church of St Wilfrid
  • Delves Hall
  • Old Hall Hotel
  • Church of St Bartholomew
  • Church of St Christopher
  • Tatton Hall
  • Little Moreton Hall
  • Lyme Park
  • Church of St James and St Paul
  • Sir Bernard Lovell Telescope, Jodrell Bank Laboratory
  • Adlington Hall
  • Brereton Hall
  • Brook Street Unitarian Chapel
  • Chorley Old Hall
  • Churche's Mansion
  • Coffee Inn
  • Crewe Hall
  • Dorfold Hall
  • Moss Hall
  • Peckforton Castle
  • Tabley House
  • The Chapel of Saint Nicholas
  • The Church of St Bertoline
  • The Church of St Boniface
  • Cruck Barn Approximately 100 Yards to West of Arley Hall
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  • There are over 9,000 Grade I listed buildings in England. This page is a list of these buildings in the unitary authority of Cheshire East. (en)
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  • Grade I listed buildings in Cheshire East (en)
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