Harewood Castle

These are the 22 Grade I-listed buildings in Leeds

Historic Leeds has buildings awarded the highest level of heritage protection.

They include country houses, churches and grand civic buildings.

The second-oldest church in Yorkshire also has England's oldest Anglo-Saxon church tower. Building began around 850 AD.

1. All Hallows Church, Bardsey

The second-oldest church in Yorkshire also has England's oldest Anglo-Saxon church tower. Building began around 850 AD.
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The 18th-century house itself - the seat of the Lane-Fox family - is listed along with several buildings along the estate, including temples, the stables, ponds and a chapel. It's still occupied by the family.

2. Bramham Park

The 18th-century house itself - the seat of the Lane-Fox family - is listed along with several buildings along the estate, including temples, the stables, ponds and a chapel. It's still occupied by the family.
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Built in 1649 and still open to the public. It's one of the few religious buildings in England that date from this tumultuous period - it was built in the year of King Charles I's execution.

3. Bramhope Puritan Chapel

Built in 1649 and still open to the public. It's one of the few religious buildings in England that date from this tumultuous period - it was built in the year of King Charles I's execution.
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It was built in 1639 as one of a group of mansions known as the Halifax Houses. Oliver Cromwell is said to have stayed at the Hall before losing the Battle of Adwalton Moor in 1643. Still a private house.

4. Lumb Hall, Drighlington

It was built in 1639 as one of a group of mansions known as the Halifax Houses. Oliver Cromwell is said to have stayed at the Hall before losing the Battle of Adwalton Moor in 1643. Still a private house.
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